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Renaissance Girl: The Short Film (2005)

A young girl wants to be lady-in-waiting to the Queen at the Renaissance Faire, but so does every other girl at the Faire. Machiavellian maneuvers are needed to land the job.

Director:

David Jay Willis (as David Jackson Willis)

Writer:

David Jay Willis (as David Jackson Willis)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Melanie Brooks ... Kimber
Elyse Scafidi ... Penelope
Gay Linn Kirkpatrick ... Queen Elizabeth
Jesse Phillips March ... Jester
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Angela Baker Angela Baker ... Noble Woman
April M. Bloom April M. Bloom ... Noble Woman
John M. Bloom John M. Bloom ... Paymaster
Greg S. Bratton Greg S. Bratton ... Noble Man
Roy Samuelson ... Additional Voices
Serena Scholl Serena Scholl ... Additional voices
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A young girl wants to be lady-in-waiting to the Queen at the Renaissance Faire, but so does every other girl at the Faire. Machiavellian maneuvers are needed to land the job.

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Short | Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Corona, California, USA

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Color
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Written and cast in 1 week, then filmed in 3 days at the Koroneberg European Old World Festival. See more »

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I was in this short film and it was a great deal of fun to make.
11 September 2005 | by gaylinnkSee all my reviews

This film was fun to be a part of and a true labor of love for those who directed and produced it as well as for those of us in the cast. Filmed in Southern California at the Corona Renaissance Faire, it is filled with the color and character of faire. The story is simple and the heroine is "everygirl", wanting to enjoy the magic of the Renaissance era. The writer/director put in many hours of hard work to get it right and spent a great deal of time talking with folks who work the faire circuit. If you're looking for a heavy, thought provoking film, this isn't it, but if you want to have a bit of fun then Renaissance Girl is the ticket.


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