New Sketch out with comedian Adam Richmond

From the people who didn’t bring you ‘Top Chef’ we present the worst of the culinary world in the debut of ‘Bottom’ Chef. Who needs the complications, intricacies and technicality’s of the real cooks when meal time can just be simplified. Bon Apetit!

Written: Adam Richmond

Directed: Cosmos Kiindarius

Starring: Adam Richmond & Jessica Howell

 

“50 Shades of Clay” a 50 Shades of Grey Parody

Written and co-directed by yours truly:  I offer you Fifty Shades of Clay, a Fifty Shades of Grey Parody.  The whole movie in just 6 minutes.

Fifty Shades of Clay — A Fifty Shades of Grey Parody

Written: Jessica Howell
Directed: Jessica Howell & Dan Stowell
Produced: Dan Stowell
Director of Photography: Rich Chris www.richchris.com
Edited: Jono Seneff
Re-recording Mix: Lindsey Alvarez
Music: www.bensound.com

Re-animator! The Musical directed by Stuart Gordon -extended Los Angeles run!

Catch Jessica performing in LA as the leading lady in Re-animator The Musical !  Now through November 2nd!

Reanimator Trading Card JHow“Broadyway’s Ritchie and leading lady Howell, fresh off The Max Factor Factor, are terrific 2014 cast additions, the stellar duo making for a sympathetic pair of lovers amidst the mayhem that surrounds them, Howell in particular adding an extra bit of sass to sweet-and-sexy girl next door Megan.”  -StageSceneLa Full article at StageSceneLa.com/Re-animator

 

*Artwork by Simpsons Character Designer and fan, Eric Keyes!*

Jessica’s Podcast Interview makes the Front Page of BroadwayWorld LA!

Jessica was featured on the front page of BroadwayWorld LA  this week with her interview with the podcast, ‘That’ll Play with Matt and John’!  Listen to her talk about her upcoming directing projects, her recent time on the set Showtime’s Masters of Sex, and what it was like to return to the theatre in Los Angeles!

Read the article on Broadway World LA here,  or listen to the podcast of That’ll Play with Matt and John below!

Max Factor Factor publicity Photo

Max Factor Factor publicity Photo

Watch the HTF Magazine Video Interview in Cannes

HTF Mag InterviewI had the great pleasure in Cannes to get to sit down – on the beach no less! – with the totally awesome Chris Hines of Hit The Floor Magazine for an interview.  We talk about the two films I’m in at Cannes, the work I’m doing next, my Cannes experience, and straight up goof around a bit.

Had such a great time hanging with these UK peeps, and I can’t wait to see them again soon.

http://www.hitthefloor.com/interviews/film-interviews/jessica-howell-interview/

 

Jessica is going to Cannes!

B&W leather jacketGet ready for an instagraam explosion as Jessica heads to Cannes this week to support her recent features: “Courting Chaos” and “Pull Away”!

She’ll be blogging about her experience, her encounters, and her screenings so check back here

and stay tuned!

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Courting Chaos racks up more awards!!

Jessica Howell with Alan Clay and Stewart FulljamesCourting Chaos takes home the Accolade award of Merit for Best Feature and Best Director, Special Jury award at the WorldFest in Houston, and Writer/Director Alan Clay awarded Best Director at the Geneva Film Festival!

Check out the Courting Chaos website for the list of all the awards! Several festivals have yet to announce their awards but Courting Chaos has already been selected to screen at the Julien Dubuque festival in late April, Seattle True Independent Film Festival and Big Island Film Festival, Hawaii, in May, so stay tuned!

 

Trailer for “The Hitchhiker” is out!

So excited to share this gorgeous trailer for “The Hitchhiker.”  A spoof on a twilight zone episode.  The teaser says it all. I have a featured part in this amazing short as none other than, ‘the alien.’  Oh Yeah.  You won’t see me on this, but you can get a real taste for the film.  Which, by the way, was shot on actual film.  Really incredible work done on this and I’m so happy to share.  Directed by Alexander Jacobs and Starring Nora Zehetner.  Enjoy! http://thehitchhikershort.com

-Jess

The Hitchhiker is a parody of the original Twilight Zone series.  Set in 1959, an aspiring actress drives from Manhattan to Hollywood, pursued by an unrelenting stranger who may be a figment of her imagination.  Shot in black and white on super 16mm, the film is a homage to the series, satirizing the tropes and updating the sensibility for a modern day audience.

Nora Zehetner (Brick, Grey’s Anatomy) stars as the damsel in distress.   Jerry Mathers (Leave it to Beaver) plays the Hitchhiker with a hidden agenda.
Featuring guest appearances by: Barry Corbin, Beau Knapp, Mike Nelson, Kyle Overstreet, Helen Wilson, Yogi Roth and Jessica Howell.

Directed by: Alexander Harrison Jacobs
Written by: David Gallic
Produced by: Adam Blake Carver & Melissa Panzer
Production Designer: Lauren Meyer