Natasha Pascetta Discusses Road Trash and Filmmaking Ambitions
Natasha Pascetta Exclusive Interview
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In DecayMag Sessions Episode 6 I had the pleasure of speaking with first-time filmmaker Natasha Pascetta. Her upcoming film Road Trash is completing post-production.
The synopsis of Road Trash reads as follows:
Road Trash is a short horror film about a girl who is addicted to burying road kill. One day, she unknowingly buries a werewolf. The burial incites the beast and he escapes his grave to stalk the girl around the town she lives in. Chaos ensues.
Related Article: Road Trash Trailer First Impressions
Pascetta’s film enters the post-production phase with its visuals accented by a score from musician James Malone. Malone is renowned for his contributions as one half of the Virginia Beach-based death metal band, Arsis. Visit DecayMag for our initial analysis of the film, our trailer first impressions. Road Trash will circulate in the 2018 film festival calendar. We’ll be providing updates on screenings as it develops.
In my conference with Pascetta, which is her first interview discussing Road Trash she delves into the hardships surrounding Road Trash. Pascetta also talks about pursuing creative dreams and dedication toward goals.