A Seattle production company created to produce 'Crazy Cat Lady' by Carrie Wachob.
Our small cast and large Seattle crew had a blast on the first day of shooting Crazy Cat Lady. We're excited for our second (and last) day of shooting (with cats) on November 15, 2017. Our Crazy
Cat Lady will be channeling Ann Margaret's beans and chocolate. Draft of film coming soon.
Producer: Wendy M. Corlett
This is Wendy's 3rd short film. She previously produced “Daniel” through the Northwest Film Forum, and “What We Want,” currently on the festival circuit, written and directed by Seattle local Craig Downing. She is passionate about helping artists create, bringing to life the vision of their films. Wendy also likes the challenge of keeping the production plates spinning, then seeing a finished product come together in the end. Voila!
Director/Director of Photography: James Winters
James Winters is an award winning filmmaker currently based out of Tacoma, WA with Portland and Hollywood roots. He gained viral notoriety with his tribute to fallen Beastie Boy MCA. Check out his short films, music videos, and cinematography reel: https://www.wintersfilm.com/
Screenwriter/Co-Director/Producer: Carrie Wachob
Carrie Wachob is a Seattle-based writer, video editor, and Stowe Story Labs alum. Her feature scripts, teleplays, and short stories have been recognized by Coppola’s American Zoetrope, Final Draft, Page, and others. More about Carrie: https://www.bitingowl.com/
Crazy Cat Lady: Tonya M. Skoog
Tonya M. Skoog is an actor, writer, director and producer living in Tacoma, Washington. She has produced several independent feature length and short films and worked as the Unit Production Manager on features including Last Seen in Idaho with Casper Van Dien, and Better Than Love with Andrew Lawrence and Matthew Lawrence. Tonya has also written, directed and produced music videos and PSA's. Her acting resume includes roles in numerous feature films, short films, and commercial work for several Microsoft projects, Committee for Children, Swedish Hospital and Health Care Consulting.
Filmmakers: When Betty can't make it home to her darling Waffles, she must find another way to spread feline love.
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