Silly Sharkeisha Gets Lost in the Valley of Hope “Short Film”

 

Silly Sharkeisha Gets Lost in the valley of Hope
Silly Sharkeisha Gets Lost in the valley of Hope

 

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So finally made the second short Film called, “Silly Sharkeisha Gets Lost in the Valley of Hope” is a short film about a girl named “Sharkeisha who is on a trip traveling through the land of Hope to find the pot of gold. But they run into mean people. LOL. The basic underlying premise is open to interpretation as there are many. Here is the cast: Sharkeisha Tina Renee Tina played Sharkeisha for the fill and did a wonderful job. She was very funny and just as silly as the role requested. She is very easy to work with and follows thru with what she says. I was late to filming and she and everyone were really understanding. Tina played an excellent Silly Sharkeisha looking forward to working with her again in the future. Here’s a link to Tina’s backstage page and her bio. https://www.backstage.com/actresstinarenee/

Tina Renee, an Arkansas native moved to California at the age of 13. Her parents immediately took note of her one and only dream of becoming an actress and immediately placed her in various acting workshops and classes. Tina has stared and co-starred in three independent films and has hosted several radio and web programming segments. Tina’s advise to anyone following their wildest dreams is this: When life hands you lemons, make some of the best chocolate milk anyone has ever tasted then leave the onlookers puzzled wondering how you did it *wink*

God Bless

Tina Renee…The Doll 

“What’s a dream if you can’t
make that dream come true”
Silly Sharkeisha gets lost in the valley of hope
Silly Sharkeisha gets lost in the valley of hope

Amber      Tiffany Kieu Tiffany played Amber. Amber was the guiding force that was supposed to help Sharkeisha along the way because she just happens to get lost at different times. Tiffany was very modest and played her role effortlessly. I look forward to working with Tiffany in the future as she was very humble and a pleasure to work with. Until her bio posts her is a link to her backstage page. https://www.backstage.com/Tiffany_Kieu/ Bio Tiffany Kieu is a 24 year old Vietnamese American originally from Irvine, Ca. She self-prescribed Drama class in 7th grade to overcome her fear of public speaking, and not only that, but also discovered her passion for acting. This passion sat latent in the following years as she turned her focus to getting her bachelor’s in Biology from UC Irvine. Upon graduating in 2011, Tiffany reconnected with her love for acting and fully committed to pursuing her dreams. She packed up and moved to Silverlake, emerging herself in all that LA and acting the world had to offer. She began studying the craft with Eric Morris (from whom she continues to learn) Scott Sedita, Jack Stehlin and Alfred Molina, while actively auditioning and filming as often as possible. Her latest achievement was playing the lead role in the indie psychological horror film, “The Purgation”. When she isn’t acting, Tiffany explores modeling and helps behind the camera as a production team member.

Sharkeisha gets lost in the valley of hope
Sharkeisha gets lost in the valley of hope

Wiccard the Wallow/Franswa the Dreamer           Waleed Hussain                   Waleed was very energetic and jumped right into his role of being Wiccard the Wallow and Franswa the dreamer. Waleed has a lot of energy and is very quick on his fight. As most of the dialogue was improvised and he flowed from scene to scene. I really look forward to working with Waleed in the future as well. Here’s a link to his backstage page and his bio. https://www.backstage.com/waleedhussain/

Silly sharkeisha gets lost in the valley of hope
Silly sharkeisha gets lost in the valley of hope

Bio Waleed Hussain is an up-and-coming actor and comedian. He’s performed for TV show pilots and short films. As a comedian, he goes to many of the open-mics in the LA area and has performed in an improv comedy show locally. He looks forward to becoming the next big thing and working opposite big names.

 

 

Yummy The Eater            Prince Tez/Dontez Sharpley                  Dontez has a very warming smile and friendly personality. He makes you feel as if you’ve known him for years. He is very approachable and manageable. Some of the lines that Dontez came up with during the filming were really funny. The costume design covered up Dontez’s face for most all of the shoots but he still was motivated to finish the film which I take my hat off to him for. He is a great all around guy and I look forward to working with him in the future. Here’s a link to his bio and backstage page. https://www.backstage.com/dontezsharpley/

Bio Dontez Sharpley

age 23
Inspired actor
Los Angeles
Sharkeisha gets lost in the valley of hope
Sharkeisha gets lost in the valley of hope

Here is a link to the trailer and film to download https://vimeo.com/ondemand/sillysharkeisha Winjoy.

Creativity and Exercise by James Creative Arts & Entertainment Company

Creative Ideas are with you always. So I went for a walk today to get rid of some frustration that I was feeling regarding things occurring that are out of hands. I decided that I was going to climb this hill. I had drunk some water earlier and I was relaxing but getting ready to do the deed. Lol. Fontana Hills Sky

The link above will take you to the picture. Let me see if I can figure out how to insert it here.

James Creative Arts & Entertainment Company
James Creative Arts & Entertainment Company

So as you can see. Ah, destiny to climb the mountain. Right. Well that’s what I thought to myself. It was so hard. There is a path that goes around the mountain but I didn’t start there. I started at the bottom of the face of the mountain. It was such good exercise but man it hurt. I had to stop at least 7 to 9 times, maybe even 10. It was a lot of rest because at some points there were only rocks and you had to low crawl to make it up some of the ridges. but it was good. As you get to the top there are rocks that are painted with various figures like star wars, alice in wonderland, and various other cartoons, lol. Here is one.

James Creative Arts & Entertainment Company
James Creative Arts & Entertainment Company

Whoever created this did an Awesome job and really took there time. But the paintings acted like land marks cuz like I said there is like 4 or 5 false/fake ridges before you reach the pinnacle of the mountain. One thing that was really weird/cool was at certain points on some ridges you could hear complete silence/stillness. It was so quiet I could hear my heartbeat. Yes, that quiet. So the experience was pretty cool in and of itself. I really liked it. And last but not least the grand finale. The top. Here are some pictures from the top.

 

 

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James Creative Arts & Entertainment Company

 

James creative Arts and Entertainment Company
James creative Arts and Entertainment Company

 

As I walked and continued to walk it dawned on me(as it always does during exercise) no one was with me. I was all alone. It was scary but thrilling at the same time, but more scary. I have heard countless stories of people getting bit by snakes and mountain lion scares but another part of me wanted to climb the mountain in spite of all those obstacles or perceived difficulties. What I realize a lot of time is fear or the things that are stopping us are in our head. But my persistent effort in spite of the fear, little step, by little step, We get there. Not as fast as some others or as fast as we would like but we get there. Another thing in todays age of hyper connectivity if a lot of people aren’t cheering you on or championing your idea then your a loser/nobody. But I realized that’s not true. Who makes the determination what is great to a person’s sense of accomplishment and what is not. A five year old learning how to ride a bike doesn’t compare themselves to a tour de france racer. IF they were they would never get on the bike because that’s extremely self destructive. So where does creativity come from? anywhere. But when you creating or trying things out if you only have an audience of 10 or 12. Be grateful for even that. Which is also my way of saying Thank You to anyone and everyone who follows me and likes my instagram pics as I take this journey and reads this blog from time to time. Climbing the hill reminded me that the route to your goal is long and laborious, but with determination and will power you can get there.