51.0 Rhymes for Young Ghouls - With Michelle D'Alessandro Hatt
This week, actress Michelle D'Alessandro Hatt joins Becky and Cam to talk 2013’s stunning and vicious “Rhymes for Young Ghouls”. We discuss indigenous revenge films, writing female characters, narration on film, and creating antagonists that you love to hate. “Rhymes for Young Ghouls” is available on iTunes and through the NFB.
The end credit song this week is “PCB” from A Tribe Called Red. Visit their website to learn more.
Toronto-based actor Michelle D'Alessandro Hatt recently made the film festival rounds as a 1950s housewife cannibal in the award-winning comedy Guess Who's Not Coming to Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner? and appears alongside indie veteran Tom Noonan in the soon-to-be-released surreal short, Tom Works Nights. Her latest film, Friends on Facebook, is set to premiere this fall (check back here in September for details). Michelle also has her own production company, Black Lab Film Co, and a voice that can be heard frequently on national radio and TV.
This week's Shrimpton Suggested Short is Incident at Restigouche by Alanis Obomsawin.