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A Lighter Shade of Green: Seth Green’s wife, Clare Grant, to star in pivotal new role
A young girl becomes psychic to fight the forces of evil in this 2012 sci-fi-action-flick cross between "The Matrix" & "Indiana Jones."
By: Thomas Allen
Says co-producer Thomas Allen Bibiyan “I’m truly thrilled to be a part of such an incredible project. As co-producer, and as a team, we’ve managed to make this yet another indie film success story. Join the light!”
For more info on the project please see the kickstarter page below:
Film: A young girl becomes psychic to fight the forces of evil in this 2012 sci-fi-action-
The forces of Evil have infected humanity with the fear virus, making us believe we are separate and alone. A savior has been born, she alone has the ability to crack the ancient code to start the cosmic download of the next level of consciousness. Her time is running out because the download is only possible when our Earth and Sun are in direct alignment with the Milky Way. This alignment occurs every 26,000 years and will be perfect on the winter solstice, December 21st, 2012. If our young hero fails, humanity will fall further into darkness for eternity. Who will win? Join the Light!
About Clare Grant:
Clare Grant is a Memphis born actress who grew up heavily involved in the local theater scene. Upon graduating from the University of Memphis for Theater Performance, she had a short modeling career overseas before she began acting professionally after booking a small but pivotal role in Walk the Line, after which, she moved to LA to pursue acting full time.
While in Memphis, Clare met local director, Craig Brewer, who cast her in several independent films before casting her in his first studio film Black Snake Moan & then later as the lead in his MTV series $5 Cover. After that, Clare immediately found luck in LA, booking a leading role in the Emmy award winning Showtime series Masters of Horror as well as several other film and television guest and starring roles such as CSI: Miami, Robot Chicken, Warren the Ape & The Graves.
As a producer, Clare has really gotten to let her geek flag fly. With Vanderbilt, she created & starred in the short film Saber, which won two awards (Audience Choice & Best Action) in the LucasFilm Star Wars Fan Film Awards. With her creative partners in Team Unicorn, she has helped to create and produce viral sensations such as G33K & G4M3R Girls, A Very Zombie Holiday and superHarmony.
About the Producers:
Kelly Rigg Born and raised in Woodside, CA, Rigg grew up riding horses, playing sports, and working hard excelling in private schools to keep up with her genius of Silicon Valley Father. At a very young age Rigg found her passion in Directing/Producing when she felt a calling to grab her video camera and document all her friends and events, which led her to be the youngest student in New York Film Academy’s (New York) Director’s Course, while still in high school (1998). Eventually drawing her to Los Angeles in August 2003 after graduating from University of California, Berkeley with a Film BA, School of Letters & Science, Rigg started working as an intern at Brett Ratner’s Production Company (“Rush Hour”), which with her smart upbringing and hard work ethic, quickly thrust her into the producing scene.
Rigg has produced TV (Reality and Episodic), Feature Films, Commercials, Music Videos, 3D Compositing, Animated Cartoons, Internet Content, Still Photo Shoots, Concert Tour Visuals, and Multi Media, with the likes of Pam Brady (“South Park”), Maryanne Garger (Dreamworks)
Light Masters is her biggest project to date, due to release 2012.
Born and raised in Pocatello, Idaho from Greek immigrant factory workers, Papapavlos started his career in Hollywood as a studio publicist at 20th Century Fox in 1995. Making the transition to development and production, Papapavlos left the publicity world in 2003, and started a new career as an actor. Over the course of 5 years Papapavlos worked on over 50 Feature Film and TV projects including co-star, guest-star, and lead roles on “Passions”
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Thomas Bibiyan -- all of 27 years of age -- is a known philanthropist and executive producer, having donated hundreds of thousands of dollars in aggregate to the arts and charitable foundations across the country