My Irish Barmitzvah

Feb. 23, 2014, It was snowing and I had 8 hours in total to load in, wrap out and Direct a 5 page short film that needed 4 locations and took place in Liverpool 1901, on a ship 1901, in Cork, Ireland in 1901 and in a modern day synagogue’s restroom.

A wonderful script written by Gregg Jacobs, a creative and giving cast and a hard working crew pulled us through… and now onto post production.

Director: Patti Henderson
Writer: Gregg L. Jacobs
Daniel/Boy: Grayson M. Gurnsey (Saints)
Dakota/Woman: Valerie Tian (Juno, Arrow, Motive, The Secret Life of the American Teenager, The Hundred, Long life, Happiness & Prosperity)
1901 Father: Sol Pavony (The Possession)
1901 Mother: Gabrielle O’Neill (Miss Pearlman)
1901 Liverpool Emigration Officer: Colin Cunningham (Falling Skies, Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis, Da Vinci’s Inquest, Living in Your Car, Klondike)
1901 Irish Immigration Officer: Noah Beggs (Hawaii Five-O, Fringe, Da Vinci’s Inquest)

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About creatornorthshoregirl

Adopted at birth, orphaned by her adoptive parents by age 15 - Patti has made her way in the world since that time until recently... reunited with birth relatives - she is thrilled to be a Mayflower descendent, 5 x great grand daughter of Ezekiel Gooderham (of Gooderham & Worts Distillery, Toronto), 21 degrees of separation from Queen Victoria, a descendent of United Empire Loyalists - Butler's Rangers - which help establish Upper Canada and a London Born Mother who made it through the bombings of WW2. What this means to Patti? Her tenacity and adaptability are not only proudly her own but also passed down through her genetics. Human Journey Storyteller www.youtube.com/channel/UCuqugfbhcwO8qzqlCaBDuIw vimeo.com/user1892390
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