Exciting news! I’ve been cast in the incredibly suspenseful horror short film THE THING IN THE APARTMENT! I play Lindsay, a girl grappling with her own reality. Check out the fantastic new trailer and don’t forget to catch the world premiere at SCREAMFEST on October 17th.
Carly has been cast in the upcoming sci-fi film “Apocalyptic Playground!” She will be playing the role of Christian, a girl in search of her identity. The film takes place on two planets and involves interstellar human trafficking.
Be sure to check back often for more updates on “Apocalyptic Playground” and become a fan on Facebook or stop by the Official Site to keep up with the latest news!
Here’s a sneak peek of some test footage from the project:
Exciting news! VidCon will be featuring a LonelyGirl15 reunion. The original cast will be assembled together for the first time since the show ended in 2008.
LonelyGirl15 was one of the most successful projects of early YouTube. The fictional vlog had a huge impact on the online video landscape as we know it today. Now, the LG15 cast re-unites on the main stage of VidCon.
VidCon is a yearly conference for people who love online video and this year it takes place in Los Angeles from July 28th thru the 30th. If you’re planning on attending VidCon this year, make sure to stop by the main stage on the 29th at 1:15pm to catch all of the excitement in person.
“Battery Row” has interviewed its actresses for the upcoming release of the 30 minute Noir Serial. Watch as Carly Jones, Caitlyn Carradine and Heidi Hamilton share their experiences from the production of “Battery Row.” Carly’s interview starts at the 42 second mark.
Carly has been cast in the film noir short “Battery Row” playing the role of Laura, a “Veronica Lake” type character who sets up the films beginning plot lines. A trailer for the Brash Studios film has been released and the world premiere of the film will take place on August 31st, 2011.
Ticketing information for the premiere can be found here, which includes a complimentary wine and vodka Bar. Stay up-to-date on the films happenings here!
As of today, “The Last Exorcism” viral marketing video has amassed more than 6.4 million views and continues to grow. Alexia Tsotsis at Tech Crunch summed up the campaign pretty well, “Once again, it seems as though the horror genre is light years ahead of the Hollywood curve when it comes to grassroots viral marketing and you know, using the Internet. The tactic seems to be working, as IMDB’s Movie Meter is plotting a 23% rise in the film’s popularity in the past week, caused by links on sites like Gizmodo and this one.”
Lionsgate was so thrilled with the success of the viral marketing campaign that they invited me to the premiere of the movie! It was a fairytale evening and definitely a night I will never forget.
Below are some photos from the event:
Here are links to a few articles that covered the campaign: