Popcorn Talk Network University, the online broadcast network that features movie discussion, news, interviews and commentary proudly presents “On The Fly Filmmaking (OTFF). Each episode of OTFF centers upon one movie title where Marielou Mandl interviews expert Guerilla Filmmakers from different facets of the industry, and discuss how to make affordable movies on the fly. Here you will learn free tips and tricks of filmmaking that they do not teach you in film school, and then you too can make a movie! Host & Producer Marielou Mandl (@MarielouMandl) interview filmmakers and actors, Marlee & Karlee Roberts. In this interview they discuss their feature film “Little Miss Perfect” and their process of making their film on the fly! ABOUT MARLEE ROBERTS:
Marlee Roberts started began her career in the entertainment industry as an actress. At four years old, she showed America her dimpled smile in an Orajel national commercial. Soon after, she made appearances on David Letterman’s The Late Show and ABC’s One Life to Live. At ten years old, Roberts was cast in the musical The American Girls Revue. She has appeared on TV shows for ABC and the Adult Swim Network as well as in films such as Night Has Settled, starring Spencer List and Oscar-nominated actress Adriana Barraza and The English Teacher, starring Julianne Moore and Greg Kinnear. She can also be found as the “Rachel” cover model for the Scholastic Animorphs book relaunch. A graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Roberts produced over twenty projects since 2010 including Mastodon, which was selected by Film Shortage as one of their featured short films. Two other films Elm Gardens and Justice in D Minor world premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2012 and 2013, respectively. Broadway World claims that Roberts’ feature directorial debut Little Miss Perfect “handles what is an extremely delicate subject matter with careful precision”. The film has garnered critical acclaim and Roberts has interviewed for and appeared in The Huffington Post, Backstage, The Examiner, and Fox 5 News, among others. The film premiered at the Irvine Int’l Film Festival where it was nominated for Best Feature Narrative and was selected to screen in the Soho House Cinema Program. Roberts was dubbed a “Big Screen Filmmaker” on the cover of 201 Magazine’s April 2016 issue. She serves on the California Docu Film Festival’s Youth Advisory Board and has appeared on Sunywide Film Festival’s “Breaking into the Business” and Annapolis Film Festival’s “Young Hollywood” panels. She is a member of the Alliance of Women Directors, New York Women in Film and Television, Women in Film, and the Women in Moving Pictures Society and is currently in development for her next film.