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Witchy

Witchy - Sat, Oct 15, 2022 - 5:00PM
Film Info
Category
Short
Runtime
10:36
Country
United States
Directed by
Liz Manashil
Produced by
Elena Weinberg, Robby DeVillez, Liz Manashil
Written by
Liz Manashil
Main Cast
John Ross Bowie, Morgan Bastin, Christine Weatherup, Sean Wright
Shorts Included
Short Block

A broken-hearted teenager learns an important lesson about fidelity and family from an immersive Halloween experience that may or may not be organized by an actual witch.

Director

Contact Info
lizmanashil.com

Liz

Manashil

Writer/Director
Post-graduation from USC Film School, Liz spent several years directing for the PBS/Hulu series "Just Seen It." She also directed shorts and music videos at this time, including Beth Thorney's "You're So Pony." In 2015, her debut feature (which she wrote, directed, produced and cast), BREAD AND...Read more
Post-graduation from USC Film School, Liz spent several years directing for the PBS/Hulu series "Just Seen It." She also directed shorts and music videos at this time, including Beth Thorney's "You're So Pony." In 2015, her debut feature (which she wrote, directed, produced and cast), BREAD AND BUTTER, was released by The Orchard. It played on Hulu and airlines across the globe in addition to VOD platforms. HelloGiggles called it, "an absolute must-watch for women everywhere.” Her second feature (which she wrote, directed, produced and cast), SPEED OF LIFE, was called "delightful in just about every way" by noted film critic Tim Cogshell (of NPR's "FilmWeek") and aired on Showtime. Recently, Liz directed "Lina," starring Laura San Giacomo, Erika Longo, and Sandra Seacat and "Witchy starring John Ross Bowie, Christine Weatherup, Sean Wright and Morgan Bastin. She’s attached to direct I CAN CHANGE a sci-fi feature written by Amy Starbin, and starring Jennifer Carpenter as well as Bloodlist script THIN BLUE VEINS. She is also the co-host of hit podcast Making Movies Is Hard!!! Liz Manashil specializes in feminist content with a whimsical twist. Read less
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