Peacemakers, a feature film, where I played Jenna Hilton has received the honor of First Place in The Philadelphia International Film Festival & Market, “PhilaFilm” for 2020. The festival is sponsored by the International Association of Motion Picture and Television Producers, Inc. Our poster is featured on the front cover of their Souvenir Book. They are also shopping our film as a 150 minute movie and as a mini serious. Can’t wait to see this film! Excited for director @belindamwilson for all her accomplishments and for believing in me in the role of Jenna.
Booked it!! So blessed to be working again with @prinzewhyee2018. I can’t wait to step into this role. The character and I even share the same name. crazy
New @NYWIFT #WomenCrushWednesdays#Podcast — more stories from our listers in the popular “Have Story, Will Tell” & “My First Time” segments. Victoria Stevens (@victoriastevensactor) tells us how she became her professor’s prime example for all the wrong reasons, Blondean Young (@iamblondean) discusses her first theater audition and Toni Fernandez (@toni_filmmaker_fernandez & @still.got.the.juice) shares the touching story behind the name of her film.
In the Women Crush Wednesdays Spotlight January Green tells us why Tammy Reese (@TammyReeseMedia & @Visionarymindsnys) is crushing it this week.
Hosts Leah Curney (@leahcurney) and Janine (@2ndchapterprod) discuss the re-opening of NYC movie theaters & the decision by Amazon Prime Video Direct to stop taking documentary and short film submissions and recommend CBS’s The Equalizer, John Sayle’s The Secret of Roan Inish and a few other St. Patrick’s Day inspired films.
Katie Chambers (@katiegchambers) gives us an update on NYWIFT programming.
Thanks to additional team member Kelsey (@misskelseyj)
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The very versatile Victoria Stevens is returning to VOID for season 3 portraying Deliva Flur as well as a host of other characters. We are in production now for season 3 coming back in late April. Be sure to catch up on seasons 1 and 2 available now and please leave a rating and review on your favorite podcast app. Follow VOID at @void_scifipodcast.
A picture is worth a thousand words and this was one of my most memorable moments on the #doctorozshow To be featured on the show was a joy and really made me feel so accomplished. The woman who worked on my hair was so fabulous. She took the time to make me look so pretty and it was amazing. I would do it again in a heart beat.
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THIS WEEK IT’S ALL ABOUT THE ACTORS LIFE AND BEING A STUDENT OF OUR CRAFT.
TUNE IN AND HERA IT FROM A SUPER TALENTED ACTRESS WHO IS DOING BIG THINGS IN THE INDUSTRY AND WHO EXEMPLIFIES WHAT IT REALLY MEANS TO LIVE “THE ACTORS LIFE.”
Hey gang! Tune in this Wednesday, December 30th right here on Our Group Page! Our Special Guest is
, the Multi Talented Actress, Model, Makeup Artist, Dancer, Unarmed Fighter, Editor, Camera Operator, Sketch Artist, Film Festival Judge, Writer for the “Hollywood Times” Animal Lover, Animal Activist, Passionate Christian and much, much more!
Victoria Stevens started her acting career at the age of 12. She began performing in musicals at Camden County College and then graduated with a Bachelors Degree in R/T/F Communications from Rowan University with a minor in Theatre and a minor in Journalism.
From there, Victoria booked one of her dream jobs working for Disney. Since then, she has emerged into an experienced Multi Talented Actress with over 76+ credits on IMDB. Victoria is most known for her roles in Copycat Killers (2019), Fight Valley (2016), and Hell House (2015) just to name a few.
Victoria’s passion is to become a series regular on a sitcom and a lead character in a cop drama and she has been focusing her time on becoming a bi-coastal Actress with representation on both coasts. Besides acting, Victoria is a sketch artist who is currently creating a new sketch show called “PU” which can be seen on her YouTube channel, a hip hop dancer, is certified in unarmed fighting, mascots for many branding companies such as “Kellogg’s” and “Pringles” and is a 3rd year judge for the “Hoboken Film Festival” and the “Katra Film Festival.”
When not on set, Victoria is also a head writer for the “Hollywood Times” which has allowed her to expand her network with entertainment professionals, an elementary substitute teacher in Bellmawr, NJ. and she likes to volunteer at “Paws” animal shelter as well as at “Philabundance” where she helps package care boxes for those in need. As talented as Vickie is she is an even better person with all of the things that she does off the set. You have to hear about them. It’s going to be another good show!
I am so happy to share with everyone my recent article for Money Talks Magazine. I had a great time talking to Crystal Evans. Please check out @MoneyTalksMagazine. It is a great publication.
Great zoom call with 9 amazing writers/directors who are bound to make their name in Hollywood. Loved talking with these amazing women who have been hustling during this quarantine and making strides forward with their dreams. Definitely a group to look up to and hopefully work with in the near future. @somahelmi @ajennpagefilm @sharoneveritt @myfabuloushollywoodlife @elisamanzini @dgbrock @randshami @sarahjeagen
Check out my latest article in The Hollywood Times. It was an awesome experience to be able to share my latest accomplishments and what is coming up for me. The industry may be shut down but I am still thriving and keeping myself busy. Thanks for reading and being so supportive. Be safe out there.