Blue Girl Productions is a DIY No-budget B-movie horror film company run by Nadine L'Esperance.It currently has 4 short films under this name.Maya's Journal,Madame Soleil's Tea Party and The Unknown Alter Ego and No Pets Allowed
Contact me at bluegirlfilms(at)hotmail.ca
Sunday Feb 24th was fun watching Madame Soleil's Tea Party on the big screen at CanadaDrome 2.I saw it on the big screen at it's world premiere at the Montreal Horrorfest and I can say it's so neat to watch and hear peoples reactions.The other movies were fantastic.The short film JACK was so awesome!!And then there was The Hard Cut Double Feature which was really,really cool,got to see Rob Carpenter get multiple beatings..hahaha...And I was very pleased to have Siobhan Quinn, who played the crazy Granddaughter in Madame,Patrice L'Esperance,who played the Milk Man, in attendance as well as Jennifer Campbell the director of HIKE.It was really amazing to be part of such a cool event.This video is just a few small clips from the screening :D Thanks to Vince D'Amato!! Blue Girl Productions Facebook Creepy Six Films Creepy Six Films Facebook
Today Feb 24th is the day Madame Soleil's Tea Party finally gets big screen time in my hometown of beautiful Vancouver,British Columbia.Some of my cast and crew will be present so if your in Vancouver,come hang out this us,it's raining today so what's a better way to spend it then with Indie horror?I will be there at 12:30pm,movies at 1pm SHARP!!Have no one to go with?Come sit with me then,just look for the blue hair ;) MAYBE there might be a t-shirt giveaway!!Links at the bottom!! There will be 2 short films and 2 features,PLUS a Q&A with the Directors,ask me something!!Here's what the event page says "The second CanadaDrome is
at the Pacific Cinematheque on Sunday, February 24th! Come and see the
award-winning and totally warped short film "Jack" along with Madame
Soleil's Tea Party and Creepy Six Films' The Hard Cut Double Feature -
all shot in Vancouver! The all-day event will be topped off with Bruce
McDonald's seriously awesome Canadian zombie apocalypse/radio station
As usual, tix are $12 bucks at the door ($10 if you're already a member - bring your card!!) Visa, MC, Cash all good.
Licensed event! $3.50 brewskis and vinos! Concession open, too.
Local filmmakers in attendance! Doors open at 12:30pm.