Thursday, July 22, 2010

7/23-Caroline Le Duc, Sarah Louise Wilson, Mercedes Le Anza

Caroline Le Duc-The Accidental Death of Joey by Sue Carrie
In the wake of Dia Day Los Muertos, a young couple has 24 hours to decide if their love should live or die. With Sue afraid of love and Joey afraid of not figuring out what he did wrong in the first place, the couple is swept away by the intoxication of Dia De Los Muertos where the dead walk the earth for a day and where phantoms of Sue’s past may force Joey to end up on the altar as well.

Sarah Louise Wilson-The Accidental Death of Joey by Sue
Producer, Director, Writer
Sarah Louise Wilson is a well rounded artist. She writes, directs, produces, paints and acts. She received her BFA from Cal-Arts. She has appeared in numerous national commercials and worked with awarding winning director Heidi Van Lier in her film Monday which premiered at the Slamdance festival 2006. Since then with her production company, Stella Bella Productions,

she penned and starred in her pseudo-autobiographical romantic comedy Jelly (Starring Natasha Lyonne, Ed McMahon) which premiered at the San Diego Black Film Festival 2010. Jelly also screened at WIFF and TIFF. More to come... The film also won four Accolade awards:

Jelly is repped by Cinetic media and set for wide release in 2010. For now Jelly is on Fancast: and will screen in select areas on PBS starting May 22/2010:

She also recently wrote and directed the short film Olivia starring Camille Winbush (The Secret Life of the American Teenager) and Andrew James Alan (The Lovely Bones) which will premiere in this years FRAMELINE festival in June!

The Accidental Death of Joey by Sue is her feature film directorial debut starring Steve Talley(American Pie) and Lin Shaye(There's Something About Mary).

The Accidental Death of Joey by Sue will premiere in NYC July 28th and 31st 2010 at the HBO New York Latino International Film Festival. Check it out:

Her many years of outreach work at Plaza De La Raza and her direction of the children in Lorca's, Blood Wedding, sparked her interest in Dia De Los Muertos which led to the writing of The Accidental Death of Joey by Sue. Sarah will direct her next feature Scarlet Ibis slated to begin production in late 2010.

Mercedes Le Anza-The Accidental Death of Joey by Sue

Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago


5' 6" (1.68 m)


Born in Port of Spain, Trinidad. Mother Sandra Voris, Broadway singer/actress.

Is of Spanish, Italian, Danish, Venezuelan and Trinidadian descent.

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