LIZA ANONYMOUS – Feminocentric short film led by an Award-winning all-women team: Writer, Director, Producer, Director of Photography to World Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival

How far would you go to belong?
Written by LEAH MCKENDRICK
Starring DANIELLE BECKMANN, DANIEL FOX, RAFAEL SARDINA
Directed by AUBREY SMYTH
TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL
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The world premiere of Leah McKendrick’s (Summer Lovin’) LIZA ANONYMOUS, directed by Aubrey Smyth. LIZA ANONYMOUS will screen as part of the Tribeca Film Festival in June, both on screen in New York City and virtually around the world.  Tickets and more information will be available starting Monday, April 26 at TribecaFilm.com. 

How far would you go to belong? In LIZA ANONYMOUS, Liza takes it too far.

In ​Latinx writer Leah McKendrick’s film, Liza’s desperate search to fit in gets her wrapped up in a tangle of lies and ill-informed emulation. As her charade crumbles, she learns that imitation is not the sincerest form of flattery, but finds solace in the most unlikely of places.

The theme of isolation and loneliness in the film are particularly resonant right now during the Covid-19 crisis, a time of unprecedented forced separation.

The film stars Danielle Beckmann (Eat Our Feelings) as Liza, Daniel Fox (In My Skin) as Milton, Rafael Sardina (War of the Worlds) as Diego, Malikha Mallette (Daredevil) as Kris, Lida Darmian (The Place We Live) as Carmen, Sharon Gallardo (Live from the Drive) as Esperanza, and Jane Geller as Susan. 

LIZA ANONYMOUS is produced by Katie Rosin, Danielle Beckmann, Aubrey Smyth, and Daniel Ornitz. The Director of Photography is Chloe Smolkin (Isolated Incident), Production Designer is Daniel Ornitz (BUCK), Costume Designer is Keely Bembry (Top Five), First AD is Catriona Rubenis-Stevens (Feeling Through), Composer is Joanna Katcher (It’s Not a Burden: The Humor and Heartache of Raising Elderly Parents), Editor is Samantha Smith(Aish Divine: BBC), Sound Recordist is Vera Quispe (The Subject), and Makeup Artist is Gianna Gutierrez (Snatched). Casting by Kristen Paladino (Robot & Frank) and Publicity by Katie Rosin/Kampfire PR. The indie band, Satellite Mode provided the song “Click Now”.

Website: www.lizaanonymousfilm.com

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