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Scene Work: Hard Eight (1998)

Scene Study for the Paul Thomas Anderson drama: Hard Eight (1998)

Players: S.Crowe, B.McIntosh

Director: Darcy Fehr
DOP: Jean-Jacques Javier, Glenn Odero
Editor: Jean-Jacques Javier
Sound: Samantha Wood
Boom: Gino Anania
Script Supervisor: Liberty Des Roches

Filming Date: April 2017

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Scene Work: American Horror Story: Murder House (2001) – Pilot

Scene Study from the Psychological-Horror Television Anthology:
American Horror Story: Murder House (2011) – Pilot

Players: K.Dawson, S.Moroz, S.Crowe

Director: Darcy Fehr
DOP: Darcy Fehr, Glenn Odero
Editor: Jean-Jacques Javier
Sound: Reegan Bourgeois
Boom: Justin Fry
Script Supervisor: Karl Thordarson

Filming Date: April-2017

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Scene Work: Lost in Translation

January 2016

Director: Darcy Fehr
Editor: Jean-Jacques Javier

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Scene Work: Me, Earl and the Dying Girl

January 2016

Director: Darcy Fehr
Editor: Jean-Jacques Javier

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Scene Work: Harper

December 2015

Director: Darcy Fehr
Editor: Jean-Jacques Javier

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Shatara Crowe – Actor / Director

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“Shatara Crowe was born in Winnipeg and joined the film industry at the early age of 15.

She is already a multi-ribboned equestrian, and travelled percussionist, her father, a former Winnipeg based director, inspired her to pursue a career in the arts.

By the young age of 18 years old, she had moved to Vancouver to pursue a degree in film and perfect her craft by attending classes at The Vancouver Academy of Dramatic Arts. Before moving to Vancouver, she found training at the Acting Studio Winnipeg, under the guidance of Darcy Fehr, to hone her craft and better understand herself as an actor. She has since worked on several feature films, as well as starring in many short films.

As an actress in a competitive industry, she uses her special skills to set her apart from other actors. Her special skills include advanced Equestrian, pole-fitness and Taekwondo.

Shatara is currently working as an actress in the film industry, while also continuing her training at AMAW Vancouver.”

Submitted by Shatara Crowe

 

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Acknowledgements

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