To Live Forever
Film by Jennifer Dean

    To Live Forever

    Synopsis

    Set in Los Angeles, To Live Forever is a modern adaptation of the Greek myth of Sybil the prophetess who sleeps with Apollo in exchange for eternal life. Sybil fails to heed the warnings of her sister Cassandra and the goddess Aphrodite who both do their best to protect her from Apollo’s charms – and her own folly. Eventually she realizes living forever isn’t all she had hoped it would be… but is it too late?

    Credits

    Producers - Jennifer Dean, Roee Messinger, Luis Reyes, Eric Rice
    Writer/Director - Jennifer Dean
    Director of Photography - Kalechi Noel
    Assistant Camera - Andrew Hodgdon
    Gaffer - Ryan VanDalinda
    Grips - Peter Li, Katie Walker
    Production Sound Mixer - Victor Bouzi
    Boom Operator - Tomasso Pompei
    Assistant Director - Roee Messinger
    Production Assistant - Saira Karim
    Production Designer - Heather Stephenson
    Costume Designer - Angi Ursetta
    Costume Assistant - John Masuzumi
    Lead Make-up Artist - Renae Goodhew
    Make-up Artist - Roczane Enriquez
    Make-up Artist - Rikki Techner
    DIT - Luis Reyes
    Casting Director - Mandy Dunlap
    Casting Assistance - Deb Napier
    Editor - Jennifer Dean
    Composer/Sound Designer - Barbara J. Weber
    Dialogue Editor/Sound Mixer - Quentin Chiappetta
    Color Correction - Andrew Abballe
    Effects - Russell Wolfle
    Social Media Consultant - Alona Volinsky
    Poster Design - Dave Ampola

    Cast

    Sybil - Laura Emanuel
    Young Sybil - Lillian Solange
    Older Cassandra - Laura Kuper
    Cassandra - Amber Wegner
    Young Cassandra - Ali Mueller
    Aphrodite - Diahnna Nicole Baxter
    Apollo - Sonny Shackelford
    Chorus Girl #1 - Karla Solarte
    Chorus Girl #2 - Reena Dutt
    Chorus Girl #3 - Rachel Boller
    Daphne - Jessica Rosilyn
    Hippocrates - Gary Rubenstein
    Doctor - Eric Rice
    Singer - Claire Rifelj

    Bio

    Jennifer produced theatre for many years in California and formed La Vache Enragée Productions, a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit organization, where she produced numerous plays and an annual festival of short plays and silent short films accompanied by originally composed live music. She was a runner-up for the London Sundance/Nokia Competition with her short documentary The “Underground” Music Scene of the NYC Subways and is currently working on a feature documentary on female filmmakers, The 2nd Sex and the 7th Art, fiscally sponsored by IFP. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in theatre from UCLA, a Master of Arts in Film Studies from the CUNY Graduate Center and did post-graduate work at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London. Her narrative work includes the short film Fear of Heights, screened as part of the SAG Shorts Showcase and the Katra Film Series, and Through the Valley (now in development as a feature film) which screened at the Orlando Film Festival, the Chain Film Festival and for which she was nominated for Best Director at the Northeast Film Festival. As an actor she has appeared in theatre productions, independent film, commercials and television shows (Baywatch Hawaii, As the World Turns, One Life to Live and Law & Order: SVU). At CCNY she received the Bert Saperstein Award. Upon graduation she hopes to continue to tell stories in a variety of forms. More information can be found on her website – jenniferdean.biz

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