Youtube shows are everywhere now, but back in 2008 the idea of watching a show on the web wasn't exactly something people did. After all, this was only three years after the service was founded. Nevertheless, a little show about a very Southern Jewish woman popped up and started making waves. The Gilda Sue Rosenstern Computer Internet Show has been going strong ever since.
If you watch the show you may have noticed updates are few and far between the past few years. That's because creator and lead actress Kelly O'Neal has focused on making a feature film version! Gilda Sue Rosenstern: The Motion Picture! She came on Atlanta Film Chat to tell us all about the film version of the show and its post-production Kickstarter, why she started the show in the first place, all the "talking breasts" roles women get offers for, and much more.
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If you're an actor in Atlanta you should be attending MonSTAR Mash October 19th at Get Scene Studios. A ticket gets you a chance to drink, network, a 10 minute headshot session, and a one on one career counseling session with Hakim Callender (Alvin & The Chipmunks: Road Chip, Being Mary Jane, Burn Notice, Ballers). Come and #GetSocial in Atlanta!
Film Bar Monday tonight (10/12) is at Joystick and next week (10/17) it's at Argosy.
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