While she moved to Los Angeles with her best friend Lindsey (Aubrey Reynolds) for a fresh start, aspiring blogger Bridget Caprice (Lauren Swickard née Lorynn York) finds her job hunt to be harder than she anticipated. Things seem to turn around, however, when Bridget meets Anthony Glonz (Brent Bailey), a CEO who offers her a position as his executive assistant. With no other prospects in sight, Bridget takes the job.
Those who remember my short film review set of the Workobey catalogue or my review of the company's first feature-length piece We Are The Missing might recognize the subject of this post. That subject: Tristan McIntosh, who had a bit part in We Are The Missing and a main role in The Becky Carmichael Fan Club (not to be confused with the female singer/former American Idol contestant of the same name). After learning that he's also been directing and producing films of his own, I decided to give his collection of films a look. So let's dive right in and see if McIntosh is as good behind the camera as he has been in front of it!
Trevor Wells: Thank you for agreeing to this interview, Carl! It's much appreciated. Like most of my interviews, let's start with the basics: what first inspired you to go into acting?
Trevor Wells: Hello Carrie! It's nice to officially meet you and I thank you again for agreeing to this interview. So, to start with the basics: what got you interested in acting?
Trevor Wells: Thank you for your time, Brianne! Lovely to speak with you. So, let's start things off with the basics: what first drew you to the world of film?
Trevor Wells: Hello Courtney! Thank you for agreeing to this interview, it's much appreciated. Congrats on your debut to Lifetime filmmaking! So, first things first: what first drew you to pursue acting?