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Helen Baldwin’s Psychological Thriller To Debut in 2018 Film Festivals

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In our focus on Women in Horror Month DecayMag Sessions Episode 7 features Actress, Director, Writer Helen Baldwin. Baldwin worked as Director and along with her spouse Howard Kingkade Co-wrote the psychological Horror, Thriller Songbird. This fourteen minute short film will make the rounds in the 2018 film festival calendar. As of press time Songbird is an official selection to the 2018 Film Fest La at L.A. LIVE Film Festival,

On Friday, The 9th of February 2018 I had the pleasure to speak with Baldwin. Our conversation encompassed different facets of her upcoming film, Songbird. With all the information on the film discussed I have to add, this interview is spoiler free. In addition, Baldwin discusses her contributions to Horror and her career.

The synopsis for Songbird reads:

A troubled street musician finds a magical camera that ends his loneliness while opening a door to his darker side

Below is an excerpt from the press release for Songbird

Originally from Mount Vernon, New York, Helen Baldwin studied theatre at Indiana University, and also at Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London. She currently live in Columbia, South Carolina. Her last short film, Saint Dee Dee, was a finalist and official selection in a number of festivals, including the Global Peace Festival in Florida and the Mirabile Dictu Film Festival in Rome, Italy.

Stay tuned for more information on Songbird as updates develop.

Related Article: Songbird Trailer First Impressions

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