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by Mike Haberfelner

April 2022

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Your new movie Reed's Point - in a few words, what is it about, and what can you tell us about your character in it?


Two teenagers survive an RV crash near the Jersey Pine Barrens. On the anniversary of the accident, Sarah (me) and Alex drive to Reedís Point to investigate the crash site. Things go downhill quickly as they find themselves stuck in the woods unsure of who they can trust and questioning if monsters really do exist. My character, Sarah Franklin, is a student college reporter writing for the college newspaper, and her project is investigating the crash and what happened to her cousin, Kelsey.


What did you draw upon to bring your character to life, and how much Sasha Anne can we find in Sarah?


In order to bring Sarah to life, I tried to find things we both have in common, and that helped a tremendous amount. I didnít act like Sarah off camera and off set. Meaning, I didnít become the character when I wasnít filming, but when I was I just told myself to be myself only with a different name. We are both very determined to get to the bottom of things. We donít take no for an answer, and neither of us are very athletic.


How did you get involved with the project in the first place, and how did you end up on the producing side of things as well?


My manager, Sandy, knew Suzanne DeLaurentiis and told her I wanted to act and I sing too. So then Suzanne looked at all my YouTube videos and TikToks and told my mom that I have that ďit factorĒ and that I have star potential. So then she made this movie for me and Iím so thankful and blessed. I couldnít have done this without her. She made my dream of being an actress come true. I also have a YouTube channel. I edit and film myself. So for this movie, I was able to have my own input as well.


What were the challenges of bringing Reed's Point to the screen from a producer's point of view?


Iím very controlling with how I look and how I present myself to the camera. Thatís why I edit and produce my own YouTube videos. Iím happy I was able to do my own natural makeup for the movie, but I was too excited to see the final product after it was finished editing. Iím a perfectionist. I was definitely patient but I was so happy to see my movie for the first time.


What can you tell us about Reed's Point's director Dale Fabrigar, and what was your collaboration like?


Dale is an amazing director. Working with him was super easy. Since it was my first movie, I did have some trouble with my lines when we had to cram around 10 pages 1 of the days. But he was so nice about it and helped me out. He helped me pace myself. I also love Daleís vision and ideas. He has an idea, asks me what I think, and I say ďletís go for it!Ē I was down for anything to see his creative ideas come to life.


A few words about the shoot as such, and the on-set atmosphere?


The shoot was so fun, exhausting, and a dream. The on-set atmosphere was very nice. Everyone was so much fun to be around and so supportive. Each actor is so talented and helpful. Off camera we all had a great time, making jokes when being exhausted and rehearsing lines.


Any future projects you'd like to share?


Possibly some new music in the works. I was also just in an upcoming pilot comedy called On All Fours. I had a small part and itís produced by Suzanne DeLaurentiis as well. Itís based on Jeff Lazarusís books called Dogtology and Catakism. Itís coming soon and they are in the editing process of it now. They did have a few pick up days with filming.


From what I know, your first claim of fame wasn't as an actress but as a makeup artist doing makeup tutorials and beauty transformations on YouTube - so what can you tell us about that aspect of your career?


I wouldnít say claim to fame, haha, but thanks! When I was 13 I started a YouTube channel doing basic makeup tutorials. I became a professional makeup artist and my friends and family asked me to do their makeup, and then I got some bookings. I was inspired by YouTubers Jaclyn Hill and Kandee Johnson. I still am. I then wanted to make videos on makeup and transformations. In 2017 I was a finalist in the Shorty Awards for best in beauty. I did a modern day Cinderella makeup look. Then in 2018 I won the audience honor award in best in beauty for my Wonder Woman makeup transformation. My campaign was called Empowering Young Women, and that really stood out. Now Iím a professional, certified makeup artist.


What made you go into acting eventually, and did you receive any formal training on the subject?


In middle school I was always in the school plays/musicals. Iím dyslexic so I was slow at memorizing lines and had trouble, so they gave me all the lead roles in singing. I definitely wanted to act though. After chemotherapy in 2020, my mom asked me what I wanted to do with my career. I said I want to act again. So she told my manager Sandy Lo, and she knew Suzanne DeLaurentiis. So she told her I wanted to act and that I sing too. Suzanne then made this movie for me as my debut film, and I will never stop thanking her for making my dream of being an actress come true. So thankful and blessed. I couldnít have done it without her. After Reed's Point I did have training at Stella Adler Studio of Acting in New York. Then I moved to LA right after to pursue my career. I just finished a few classes with an amazing acting coach, Catlin Adams, and I have done some Zoom coaching sessions with Craig Compobasso, who was actually the casting director for Reed's Point.


What can you tell us about your filmwork prior to Reed's Point?


Reed's Point is my debut film. So itís my first movie Iíve ever been in and Iím the main actress. I havenít been in anything prior but I had a little part in an upcoming pilot comedy called On All Fours as I said before.


How would you describe yourself as an actress, and some of your techniques to bring your characters to life?


As an actress, you need to have drive, dedication, the passion for it, and a good mindset. The business is extremely competitive and hard. Everyone is fighting to be on top. I love the hard work because itís a distraction from everything around me. Iím a very hard worker so I think I will thrive. I know there are some actors out there who can have an attitude, but I surround myself with people who keep me grounded and in a good head space so I will never turn out like those actors. Some techniques I have are to watch movies or shows that are the same genre as the movie or show you will be in. Or to watch how other actors react to the ones speaking to them. That makes it easier for me when Iím the one speaking. When Iím the one whoís speaking I can relax slightly because reacting to others takes a lot of focus. You need the perfect facial expression for whatever it is you are reacting to and you need to hold it. What also helps me, is to think of something in your life that youíve possibly been through. Think of a memory and bring it to your scene.


Actresses (and indeed actors) who inspire you?


Julia Roberts from Pretty Woman, Audrey Hepburn, Lady Gaga from A Star is Born, Emma Roberts, Zendaya from Euphoria, Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway from The Devil Wears Prada and The Princess Diaries, Jennifer Lawrence, Reese Witherspoon, Miley Cyrus.


Your favourite movies?


A Star is Born, Cinderella (2015), Pretty Woman, The Princess Diaries, Breakfast at Tiffanyís, West Side Story, and of course Reed's Point.


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I know I said one of my favorite movies is West Side Story, but I also didnít like some of it. The acting, singing and dancing was incredible, and the fact that they did it all together is amazing. But certain scenes towards the end made me really upset.


Your website, social media, whatever else?


My website is, Instagram: @simplysashaanne, TikTok: @sashaanne, YouTube: Sasha Anne


Anything else you're dying to mention and I have merely forgotten to ask?


Make sure to check out my debut single remake Catch Me Iím Falling, out on all streaming platforms and the music video is on my YouTube channel. Produced by my incredible producer, Suzanne DeLaurentiis and director, Dale Fabrigar. Already over 200k Spotify streams.


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