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DANCES WITH FILMS FILM FEST PRESENTS Thursday, June 14th at 5pm (Part of the Fusion Shorts Program) TCL Chinese Theatres + IMAX (Auditiorium 1) 6925 Hollywood Blvd Hollywood, CA 90028

Written By: Marcelle - Jun• 11•18

Bridget and Iain is based on the award-winning play “Bridget and Iain” written by Norelle Scott which was originally produced in New Zealand and then Los Angeles


Link to tickets for the DWF screening:
Thursday, June 14th at 5pm (Part of the Fusion Shorts Program)
TCL Chinese Theatres + IMAX (Auditiorium 1)
6925 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood, CA 90028
Auditorium 1

About the film:
“Bridget and Iain” A mother struggles to accept the man her adult son has become.
Bridget and Iain is the story of a mother’s love for her adult son.
Bridget, who tries to do everything ‘right’, learns the limits of her power to manage others. Her son Iain is charming, funny, and at times kind. He’s also an addict. Worried sick, Bridget finally gets support to make the changes that need to happen.The film charts the shifting relationship between Bridget and Iain as it reaches crisis point. It’s about maturation, change, and the struggle of trying to help someone you love while possibly enabling the very behavior you see as destructive.
Bridget and Iain will resonate with anyone who has experienced the impact of any form of addiction in their lives or who have family members with mental health problems, or challenging relationships.

About Producer Diana C. Zollicoffer
Zollioffer produced the well-received and NAACP Theater Award nominated play “innocentFLESH” about teen-sex trafficking. The play premiered in Los Angeles (The Matrix Theater) and New York (Actors Temple Theater). The play was also produced twice in Malta [a country with a huge sex-trafficking problem as an easy port of entry] and she was elected to the Board of Directors for Journey Out for two terms of service. In 2017, she was the one of the first woman of color to direct for the Australian Theater Company. I also produced the environmental/social justice documentary “Forgotten Bayou”. In addition to “Bridget and Iain,” she’ve produced numerous short films and web series including Schmoolie the Deathwatcher (winner of the 2015 San Antonio Film Festival). She recently directed the pilot episode of “Annny Minute Now” and assisted in developing the characters and storyline for the web series. She co-wrote “Free Agent: The Benjamin Brown Story” to be directed by Mykelti Williamson (Purge, Fences, Forest Gump), and has several projects that she is developing and two of which, with the intention to direct.

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For more info contact:

Annie Jeeves





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