Rachel Galvin helped Kurt Donath to run the Super Geek Film Festival at Florida Supercon (June 25-28 at the Miami Beach Convention Center). She conducted two panels — one was Women in Film with Cerina Vincent, Jacqueline Journey and Joey Lauren Adams, and one with independent filmmakers — Terry Cronin, Jon Schnepp, Daryl Rodriguez, Jeanette Garcia and Billy Corben.
Rachel Galvin, who plays Master Kim, is excited to be a part of the new anti-bullying movie, “Illume,” directed by Danny Debs.
Rachel Galvin’s artwork, titled “Inferno” is displayed at the Bear & Bird Gallery at Tate’s Comics until Nov. 9. The painting went up on Oct. 4 when there was also an artist’s reception, in which Rachel was in attendance. The piece was based on a drawing she did as the illustrator of “Davy Jones & the Heart of Darkness,” written by Dave Montalbano, who also attended the reception. The pair was featured in an artistic blog while there.
Rachel already created a new piece, which is completely different, called A Jew of All Seasons, which was created for an art contest. Both pieces were created on canvas with acrylics and pencil.
Women in the Arts gave awards to many creative individuals, including actors, actresses, directors, screenwriters, models, hairstylists, makeup artists, fashion designers, humanitarians, iconic women and more. Winners were determined by votes on the website given to nominees.
The event included a silent auction, the awards ceremony, a fashion show, a short film screening and music by DJ Excel. For more information on the fashion show, visit http://letstalkfashion.blogspot.com. For more on the event, visit www.womenintheartsmiami.com. For more on Rachel Galvin, visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rachel_Galvin or http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1320999/.
Rachel Galvin is looking forward to being a part of Jose Prendes’ “The Haunting of Whaley House.” Galvin has been anxious to work with Prendes for quite some time ever since she found out some of her friends were in his film “Corpses Are Forever.” Since she lives in Florida and the production is taking place in Los Angeles, instead of flying to LA, he devised a plan for her to be a part of the film while still in Florida. She will play the 9-11 operator. She has been an operator before and also has done many voice over roles.
Rachel Galvin has joined the team at Campfire Productions to help with the making of “Dakota Documentary,” a documentary about the iconic Dakota Apartments in New York City. Being a History major, Galvin is pleased to be doing research on the history of this landmark. To find out more about this project, directed by Scott Cardinal, visit www.dakotadocumentary.com.
In an attempt to raise excitement about the upcoming filming of the highly anticipated Sci-Fi webseries “Absolution,” Rachel Galvin created a series of video blogs Oct. 16, which will be aired weekly starting soon on the Absolution website and other venues. Galvin plays Mary Jane Carson, the president of the Scott Dru Fan Club and creator of video blogs done in his honor, as well as his Facebook page, entitled Scott Dru Fans Unite (The site will be launched soon). Carson is not just any fan. This No. 1 fan plans to be Dru’s number one … at all costs.
Check out Absolution’s fan page: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150412325161648.418225.504906647&type=3#!/SWAbsolution.