Ayvianna Snow (White Colour Black, Black Lake, Barun Rai And The House On The Cliff, Hollow, The Lockdown Hauntings) is continuing to embrace her darker side with two new film releases, LOLA and Orchestrator of Storms.
“I have always been drawn to the dark side; Sci-Fi and horror are such versatile genres; therereally are no limits.”Ayvianna Snow
LOLA, directed by Andrew Legge and starring Emma Appleton and Stefanie Martini, is a sci-fi film set in 1941. The plot centres on two sisters who create a time machine, allowing them to visit the punk generation before it existed. World War II results in the use of this time machine as a weapon of intelligence. Ayvianna stars as reporter Rebecca Cavendish.
“I love that LOLA centres the relationship between two womenand explores female solidarity in exceptional circumstances. I am thrilled to have worked with suchan exciting creative team.”Ayvianna Snow
The second film that Ayvianna will showcase her talents is Orchestrator of Storms. Here she is narrating a fascinating documentary about the life and work of Eurocult director Jean Rollin. Orchestrator of Storms will screen at FrightFest UK this weekend.
“As an actress who works mainly in the horror genre, I am thrilled to narrateOrchestrator of Storms, as Jean Rollin is, in many ways, the father of modern horror. His influence onhorror has been so far-reaching.”Ayvianna Snow
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