|VIDEO DIARY OF A LOST GIRL|
|Cast: ||Priscilla McEver, Chris Shields, Casey Puccini, Monica Panzarino, Erica Gressman|
|Crew: ||Producer: Erin Nixon - Screenplay: Lindsay Denniberg and Chris Shields - Cinematography: Casey Puccini and Taylor Wood - Editing: Lindsay Denniberg - Music: Bestial Mouths, Teaadora, Cemetery, Mr. Transylvania - Sound: Kimo Knowles - Assistant Directors: Brianne Milder and Danny Gallegos - Art Directors: Danny Gallegos and Chelsea Welch - Production Design: Lindsay Denniberg|
A rock and roll horror fantasy where we meet the immortal Louise and her beloved Charlie. Unfortunately due to Louise's supernatural origins, every man she sleeps with must die so that she can survive! A heart felt love letter to 80's horror, punk, VHS and german expressionism.
Lindsay Denniberg: Hi, I'm Lindsay! I was born in the tacky wilderness known as southern florida back in the 80's. I saw Edward Scissorhands in the theater when I was seven, and decided I wanted to become a filmmaker. I used to wander the dusty corridors of haunted video stores and daydream about all the movies I was never allowed to see. The horror and adult sections contained all the obscure objects of my desire- and this fantasy world became the primordial ooze that would eventually spawn Video Diary of a Lost Girl. I made a handful of weirdo short films at the University of Central Florida, and then moved to New York to work as Lloyd Kaufman's assistant at Troma. From their I took Lloyd's motto of 'Make Your Own Damn Movie' to heart - and ventured off to the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where I made Video Diary. I currently reside in Chicago and am working on finding funds for my next feature 'Third Eye of Medusa', a psychedelic odyssey of lost love and lost eyeballs.
Bela Lugosi once said "It is women who bear the race in bloody agony. They are born with horror in their very bloodstream." I believe this quote describes the core of my work. In every film I try to find a new way to harness and understand the horror that pumps through my veins by exploring themes of death, sex and pizza.