The second season of Strange Angel premieres on Thursday June 13 on CBS AA. I’ve had the pleasure of working on this series both seasons — as a science consultant in season 1 and as a story editor in season 2. Make sure to watch — this is going to be a wild ride!
Brave New World has cast its three leads! So thrilled to have worked on this show as my first writing job in TV. It’s going to be spectacular.
Honored to be a part of the 2018 Purple List along with three other talented writers. Find out more about our projects on The Hollywood Reporter
Check out some reflections from my experiences as one of 6 writers at this year's Black List Labs!
First up is Dagny Looper, author of SLEEPING WITH THE DEAD: "This is film school packed into one intense week that is centered around not just improving your script but making you a better writer. This is the best experience I’ve ever had in my life as a writer."
Excited to announce that "Tiny Mammals" will have its international premiere as one of 8 shorts in the American Indie shorts section at the Leiden International Film Festival on Sunday, November 5, 2017.
Pack those bags for the Netherlands!
Happy to announce that I was picked for the 2017 Black List Labs taking place in Los Angeles this month! I'll be working on my script, "Sleeping with the Dead," with the brilliant mentors: Scott Myers, Phil Hay (“Ride Along”), Jamie Linden (“Money Monster”), Phyllis Nagy (“Carol”), Allison Schroeder (“Hidden Figures”) and Kiwi Smith (“Legally Blonde”).
When Halley's Comet passes perilously close to Earth in 1910, the small town of Little Flock, Arkansas is gripped by fear of the end of the world, which forces its undertaker to stand up against religious zealots in order to protect his family.
Mood shots for the film with Sophia and Jake Lillis:
Catch Sophia Lillis as Beverly Marsh in the upcoming remake of Stephen King's "It" this Thursday! Congrats Sophia!
Sophia recently gave an interview for W Magazine on the film:
Sophia starred as the lead in our short films: "Tiny Mammals" (2017) and "The Lipstick Stain" (2014).
Congratulations are in order again for Sophia Lillis who has just been cast to play a young Amy Adams in HBO's upcoming series, "Sharp Objects." Looking forward to the series!
Sophia plays the lead in both Tiny Mammals (2017) and The Lipstick Stain (2014).
Congratulations to Sophia Lillis on her role as Beverly Marsh in the upcoming remake of Stephen King's "It." The film is on the cover of IMDB today and the trailer has over 27 million views. Check it out!
Sophia is the lead in our shorts "Tiny Mammals" and "The Lipstick Stain."
So happy for you! This film looks terrifyingly delightful.
Happy to premiere my NYU thesis film "Tiny Mammals" at the Florida Film Festival on April 23rd, 2017! If you're in the area, please come out and join us for the screening. I also premiered my last short "The Lipstick Stain" at FFF, and so happy to be back!
So proud of our actress, Sophia Lillis, who will next be starring as the lead, Beverly Marsh (the only female of the Losers Club!), in the film adaptation of Stephen King's "It." Sophia's first role was in my NYU 2nd year film, The Lipstick Stain, She recently starred in my short NYU thesis film, "Tiny Mammals." Congratulations Sophia! Can't wait to see you in the movie that will soon haunt many children's dreams to come. Xx
Check out the announcement in Deadline:
We're currently submitting "Tiny Mammals" to film festivals, but you can watch Sophia in her first film, "The Lipstick Stain," here: http://thelipstickstain.com/
SINGULARITY, written by Dagny Looper, was recently named one of 3 finalists for the 100k Sloan production grant. The film is a psychological drama set in the Nevada desert where a group of astronomers isolate themselves after a startling discovery.
Thank you so much to Sloan for their generous grant to finish writing SINGULARITY!
Thank you so much to NYU grad film and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for awarding Tiny Mammals a post-production grant to help us realize the completion of our film! We have also been nominated for the Martin E. Segal award at Lincoln Center. We're coming fast on completion and looking forward to screening the film for all of our supporters.
IndieLoop is honored to be selected by our entrepreneurial cohort at the Summer Launchpad Accelerator to represent NYU in the 2015 NYU/Yale Pitch-Off Competition on Thursday, July 16th from 6:30-9:00 pm.
Join us as 3 NYU teams face-off with 3 Yale teams, judged by a panel of 5 Venture Capitalists and an audience of 250 people interested in tech and entrepreneurship.
Stay afterwards to enjoy beer and food and network with other entrepreneurs.
NYU Global Center for Academic & Spiritual Life
238 Thompson Street
Grand Hall, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10003
Please join us on Wednesday, June 16th from 7:30 - 9 pm at Anthology Film Archives (2nd ave and 2nd st) for a screening of "The Lipstick Stain."
Dagny Looper (co-founder of IndieLoop) will be joining the Leslie e-labs 2015 Summer Launchpad Accelerator on June 3rd.
IndieLoop is a media platform that allows filmmakers to brand themselves to find work, collaborate, and share resources.
Read more about the 10 accelerator teams (selected from over 100 teams) here:
Writer/director Dagny Looper also took home the Fusion prize for best TV half hour comedy for her script, "Dating by Numbers."
She reflects on her festival experience here:
Our feature length documentary, "Oil and Water," currently in production won the Fusion Film Festival 2015 doc pitch prize.
"Oil and Water" follows a group of Caltech scientists working to produce Hydrogen fuel from water to run cars cleanly everywhere. The lead scientist on this project, Dr. Harry Gray, has mobilized thousands of high schoolers from around the world to help with his research.
The winning 20 minute pitch was selected by execs at HBO, VICE, POV, Chicken & Egg and Impact Partners. Thank you Fusion Film Festival for putting this together!