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An Interview with Jocelyn Osorio, Star of Stagknight

by Mike Haberfelner

February 2006

... also check out my article on Stagknight, Jocelyn's first feature ...


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1. Your film debut, the horror-comedy Stagknight by Simon Cathcart [read Simon Cathcart interview here], is just months away from release. What can you tell us about the movie, and your role in particular ?


The movie is comic-horror.

My character is reluctanly sucked into a stagnight party where a group of blokes are camping in the woods for the weekend having fun. My character, Blossom, agrees to go along with her friend, Ginger, who has been engaged by the boys to provide dancing enternainment. Anyway as part of the fun we decide to spook the guys, except the joke backfires, which is where it all starts to get scary. In the end, I am one of the few survivors ...


2. The shoot was pretty much an outdoor night shoot in not-so-warm conditions. What can you tell us about the filming of Stagknight ?


It was indeed very cold. In some of the scenes in the woods I am actually shaking, not because I was scared but because I was freezing! But the atmosphere and morale on the set were great - somehow we always had a good time.


3. You were pretty much the only girl thrown into the woods with 10 guys. Did that feel at all weird ?


Yes I did feel a bit exposed ! But the cast was fantastic. They were all very supportive. It didn't take me long to warm up and feel comfortable among the other fellow actors.


4. Contrary to many other actresses in horror films you studied drama for three years and have, as I understand, a background in theatre. What made you choose a horror comedy for your first film, and did you have any difficulties come to terms with your role ?


Yes. I have a degree in Acting at Italia Conti. Stagknight was truly unexpected because I was still studying when Simon Cathcart offered me a short scene at the begining of the film only. I was very lucky to have had that opportunity, but after one day of shooting he approached me together with the producer, Rob Mercer [read Rob Mercer interview here], to offer me the main role, Blossom. I remember I thought about it all night, because next day I had to go to Drama school. But I knew I wanted to do it, after nearly three years studying theatre mainly, it was very refreshing to have the opportunity to create a film, and that it is what I wanted to pursue really. So I was thrown to Blossom very quickly and I had virtually no time to get to know her. But soon we came to terms and the times that I enjoyed being her were countless.


5. In your private life, do you watch horror films at all, and if yes, were there any you found particularly good or bad ?


Up to now, I have not been a big horror fan. But I enjoyed Saw and also Shaun of the Dead which made me laugh a lot!


6. Would you like to do more horror flicks or horror comedies, or would you rather do something more serious and substantial ?


I have enjoyed doing Stagknight and it always going to be my first movie, so it will have a special part in my heart. But what really drives me is Drama, Realism, Naturalism, Romanticism, Modern drama and fiction. So yes, you are more likely to see me doing something more serious and substantial in the future.


7. Are there any dream roles for you (both in theatre and in film and regardless of how impossible it would be to play them) ?


Umm...dream roles! I would love to play a role in a Spanish fictional movie like Zorro but also biographical films like Frida (Salma Hayek). I am equally interested in theatre plays by Spanish or South American authors like Gabriel Garcia Marquez or Federico Garcia Lorca as well as Italian authors like Luigi Pirandello. My favourite character to play would be the Step-daughter in Six Characters in Search of an Author.


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8. Who are your biggest influences in acting ?


I really don't have acting heroes, but I admire Rachel Weiss, she is so natural and beautiful. Mel Gibson is so daring as an actor and director. Tony Collette, I loved her performance in Japanese Story. Robert Duvall. Charlize Theron. Cornie Nielsen in Gladiator.  Alec Guinness. Diane Lane, she was truly amazing in Unfaithful. Glenn Close, she was so chilling in House of the Spirits. Maria Grazia Cucinotta in Il Postino. I have also watched Turkish films and I think their actors are very good, my favourite is Head On. Also Palestinean films like Uzak, and Angel on The Right which is from Tajikistan. I find it very refreshing watching these types of films. I should not forget to mention Chilean cinema, which is really developing - Los Debutantes is a very good film.


9. Any future projects you'd like to plug ?


Umm ... my next movie with Simon Cathcart. It is called Runners, my character is an aeroplane hostess in a fantasy-action film shot by the end of this year.


Thanks for the interview, and the best of luck with Stagknight !


© by Mike Haberfelner

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