SIMONE MCINTYRE

I am a London born actress on a mission to kindle emotions and imaginations.  I am also a US green card holder and spend my time between my homes in New York and London.

I speak fluent French  and Spanish and these skills as a linguist have led me to work internationally.

Current Productions

I have recently begun my journey as writer/producer and my first project "Double Entendre" is about a shadow intelligence agent, haunted by guilt and suspicion as she seeks to learn the truth about her estranged father's underworld connections.  Directed by Justin "Juice" Black of XL Films it will screen at the Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner on 18th May 2018.

I have four projects in post-production as an actress which include:

 "Z-List", a Pia Pressure New Voices 2017 award winning comedy script in which I play a cutthroat agent to a hapless reality star.  

"Transit" with Barefeet Films a "Black Mirror"-style Sci-Fi Short playing a cold and robotic therapist.

"Revolt" a comedy short playing a self-absorbed TV writer aiming to sabotage a colleague's claim to success at an awards ceremony written by upcoming writer director Yvette Ross.

As a producer in addition to "Double Entendre" I also have two other short films in post production.  Romantic comedy "Love Lies" written and directed by Lucy Linger and "Survival" a coming of age story about identity written and directed by Remi Laudat.  All three projects will be on the festival circuit in 2018.

 

Recent Productions

"Pale Imitations" had a London reprise at the Rosemary Branch in September with a full live band, following a successful run at The Space Triplex during the 2016 Edinburgh Festival and a hugely successful sell-out preview at the RosemaryBranch in July.  The play is a poetic mix of sophistication and style, about love and relationships set against a backdrop of art, featuring new original live jazz.

My most recent feature "Sweetboy" made its UK television debut in May 2016 on the London Live Channel. Following Official Selections at the 2014 American Black Film Festival and the 2015 San Francisco Black Film Festival.   It is now available to buy on reelhouse.org.


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