I play the lead role of Annette in this suspenseful short 1960’s period film, directed by Nancy Menagh. We had a fantastic turnout and it was wonderful seeing it on the big screen for the first time and hearing the overwhelming words of praise for our project. We’ll have more festival announcements coming soon but, in the meantime, have a look at our TRAILER!
Talking As It Seems – A Film by Nancy Menagh – with @ bill Bill Spadea & @ Nancy Menagh on New Jersey 101.5!
Posted by Heather Brittain O'Scanlon on Thursday, April 20, 2017
Every morning should start by sharing a conversation with Bill Spadea – after a few cups of coffee! ????
Thanks, Bill, for having me on New Jersey 101.5 this morning to discuss my new film As It Seems, our premiere this weekend at the Manhattan Film Festival, expired leftovers, and bathtub scenes…
This gorgeous little film will be hitting festivals soon! Until then, have a look at the trailer and fall in love…
I had such a fantastic time as the guest host this weekend for two episodes of REFRESH on LittleThings! We counted down some of the best viral videos – and kept an eye on April, our favorite Mama Giraffe! OH – and watch me botch up an egg hack on live TV!
This abbreviated week has barely begun and I’m already looking forward to this weekend – even more than usual – BECAUSE I’ll be hosting two episodes of LittleThings Live!
10 AM – Saturday AND Sunday (EST)!
This weekend start your mornings off right – pour yourself a cup of coffee (Jameson optional), head on over to the Little Things Facebook page and watch me countdown the top warm-fuzzy-inducing viral videos from the interwebs!
I had such a wonderful experience filming THE WAITING ROOM! Starring Jennifer Jiles (Emmy award winner, actress & producer of Mother Of The Week, and former Rockette), Ciarán Sheehan (formerly the Phantom in Broadway’s The Phantom Of The Opera), Justin L. Wilson (Madame Secretary, The Path), Noelle Yatauro (The Last Taxi Driver) …and ME!! Directed by Debra Markowitz (By Blood, Leaving, The Last Taxi Driver) – this incredibly talented cast and crew were SUCH a pleasure to work with! I look forward to sharing this charming film with you all!
I am incredibly honored to have a principal role in a film that TIME Magazine lists as one of the “Most Innovative Drone Videos of 2016“.
“At The End of The Cul-deSac” is the first narrative film to be filmed entirely by drone. Written and directed by the ever-innovative Paul Trillo, starring the wickedly talented Gabe Fazio, and skillfully filmed by Aerobo – this one will make your head spin – both in its concept and execution!
Here’s a little making-of video – SUPER cool stuff!
Great write up in the Asbury Park Press about “House Broken” screening this weekend at the Boardwalk Film Festival!
“The struggle is real — and a short film by a Monmouth County native documents it.
Little Silver’s Heather Brittain O’Scanlon is bringing her short film “House Broken” home to screen at the inaugural Boardwalk Film Festival in Asbury Park this weekend.”
Read the full story here:
My New Commercial for Blue Buffalo / PetSmart is on the air! I enjoyed working with this crew – and this super cute dog! And I am thankful to Bella Agency and Don Case Casting for this opportunity! You can check it out HERE.