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An Interview with Jennifer Scott, Star of The Other Side of the Door

by Mike Haberfelner

March 2013

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Your upcoming film The Other Side of the Door - in a few words, what is it about, and what can you tell us about your character in it?

 

It's about a woman's redemption. Beth was raped at a young age, spent some time in prison and now is trying to face her demons and get her life back. My character takes a deep journey from where she came, from to gaining the strength to make her life better for her and her daughter by beating the odds.

 

Beth in The Other Side of the Door seems to be a rather difficult character to get just right - so how do you prepare for a role like this, what do you draw upon to bring her to life?

 

Right now I'm drawing from my own life experiences so it comes a bit natural to me. Though I am so far from removed from how I was treated as a child (verbal and physical abuse), I can dissever between the two. My goal as an actress is to bring the truth to the character so I concentrate on that.

 

In The Other Side of the Door, Beth has to suffer through a few quite, ummm, uncomfortable and uncomforting situations. So how do you deal with these as an actress, how do you get into (and out of) the right frame of mind to convincingly portray them (and unwind afterwards)?

 

Truthfully I'm not sure, I just go into production really understanding my character and the rest follows. I just take myself out of the equation and allow myself to just be.

 

What drew you to the project in the first place, and generally, what are some of the criteria you choose your roles by?

 

As an actress I'm always looking for new roles to challenge me. I discovered a few years back that I am a character actress so I bring into the role what fits best. In this role I play a mother of a 15 year old and I'm a chronic smoker. I had to get over the fact that it was ok to gain some weight because I had a baby and to not whiten my teeth due to the smoking. It was hard at first to come to the terms of Beth because she is so insecure and I'm a strong woman. But I could relate so I brought that in as well.

 

What can you tell us about your collaboration with screenwriter/director Ira Farmer [Ira Farmer interview - click here]?

 

Ira is an ideal director. We collobrated in the beginning and continue to do so on set. He lets me bring in challanges to keep the film real. What I love about him is that he is editing the film in his head as we film and that is a unique quality. By doing this he saves time on several takes because he knows what he wants and gets it.

 

Could you talk about the shoot as such and the on-set atmosphere for a bit?

 

The production team is very professional. We have that family feel and we all want to make a great movie. I would work with all of them in a heartbeat.

 

Any idea when and where the film might be released yet?

 

With film making (especially independent) it usually takes a year after completion so I would say some time in 2014.

 

Any future projects beyond The Other Side of the Door?

 

I'm currently attached as the lead actor in a indie/drama/thriller called Sin Verite to start production in 2014. Basically it's Fight Club meets The Game with a nice twist. The writer wrote this feature with me in mind and it is a very tight, unique script that brings on another challenge as an actor. Currently I am also producing and acting in Eyes Upon Waking. This is a passion story because it not only is about me but about others that suffer from the disease of depression and suicide.

 

Besides being an actress, you're also a producer - so how do you choose your projects when it comes to producing, and what are projects you really like to produce? And feel free to talk about some of the movies you have produced!

 

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I joke but am being serious when I say I want to be the next Harvey Weinstein. I look for projects that are unique and challenging but stay true to stories people can relate to or are fascinated with. Ideally I would love to produce the Janis Joplin-story and I just read a novel A Hobo Odyssey written by Larry O. Nichols that I would like to adapt into a feature film. I'm also producing a feature called 3rd & Goal about the first female football player to make it in the NFL and a love story called Je T'aime, Au Revoir directed by Bennie Woodell [Bennie Woodell interview - click here].

 

Your/your movie's website, Facebook, whatever else?

 

http://www.eyesuponwaking.com

http://www.jenniferscottactress.com

https://twitter.com/jenscott1

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2157090/

 

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

 

Only that I am thankful that film makers believe in me and continue to attach me to their projects. I would hope this is because I always bring in my "A" game and can bring in thruth to the role and their vision.

 

Thanks for the interview!

 

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