Waterloo Productions is proud to announce the casting of our new feature film — MINE
Veronique Hurley as RUBY
Sean Duffy as MICHAEL
Pietro Rotondi as MIGUEL
Vanita Trippe as MOTHER
Patrice Sarath as Carol
Donnie G. Reynolds – Director
It is with great pleasure that we introduce you to our cast for the upcoming short THE GHOST OF A GIRL WHO NEVER LIVED based on the short story by Keffy R. M. Kehrli.
As our lead, SARA, we have the wonderful Maddie Benbenek.
As her brother, BEN, we were fortunate to find Dashiell Smith.
The strong-willed and protective MOM of our family will be played by the lovely Mia Rangel.
And our emotionally torn DAD will be played by David Flannigan.
As the mysterious “DR. CARAWAY”, we have the intriguing Kat Tait.
As our hard working lab tech, ADAM, we have newcomer Eric Del Buono.
And our genius scientist DR. EMORY will be portrayed by Terry D. Pfeifer.
Principal photography is set for May 2013.
We had many wonderful auditions for our film THE GHOST OF A GIRL WHO NEVER LIVED based on the short story by Keffy R.M. Kerhli. It was an arduous task to process all of the auditions and find our perfect cast.
In the coming days, we will announce our entire cast but we wanted to leave tonight’s casting announcement all to our ghost of a girl.
It is with great pleasure that we announce the casting of Maddie Benbenek in the title role of Sara.
Maddie faced some incredibly stiff competition for the role but after the dust had settled, the role was hers. We were very impressed with her audition and are excited to be working with her.
As a veteran of stage and film, Maddie has the chops to tackle this difficult role.
Welcome, Maddie, to the Waterloo Production family!
We’ve cut a new trailer as the story continues to unfold. This trailer takes us from the beginning of filming through March, 2013.
This trailer also introduces new music by composer Will Manning.
Pre-production has commenced on the narrative short film GHOST OF A GIRL WHO NEVER LIVED, based on the short story by Keffy Kehrli that originally appeared online in Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show.
Filming will take place in and around Austin, Texas in the spring of 2013.