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An Interview with Jennifer Scott, Star of Sin Verite

by Mike Haberfelner

August 2013

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Your upcoming movie Sin Verite - in a few words, what is it about, and what can you tell us about your character in it?


It's about a talented but self destructive actress named "Abby" who falls under the influence of a group of renegade thespians who practice their craft in real life situations, where anything can happen and nothing is what it seems.


As far as I know, your character Abby in Sin Verite was written specifically with you in mind - so to what extent do you find yourself in Abby, and being an actress yourself, did you go through anything even remotely comparable to her experiences? And what (else) do you draw upon to bring Abby to life?


It's funny, I was playing around with the character last night and she is going to be so much fun portraying. There are so many dynamics to her. She and I are very similar in that we are both stubborn and stern yet there is a very soft genuine side to her. Abby is a bit more daring than I am. I could never go up to a stranger and just act out, I'm too shy for that, but for Abby there seems to be no fear. I see her loneliness which brings out her insecurities but only for brief moments. At the end she does not know how to give up to get what she truly wants.


How did the project come into being in the first place, and what convinced you to not only star in but also produce the movie?


Tommy Sigmon [Tommy "Lomai" Sigmon interview - slick here] and I have been trying to find a project to work on together. He kept telling me that he was going to write something for me after I moved to LA from Chicago. Then one day he surprised me and sent the script for Sin Verite. I expected it would need to go through some re-writes, but it was very solid and unlike anything I have read or watched, so of course I was in! I was not planning on producing this project because I knew how hard it is to play the lead and produce. Plus I did not want people thinking that the only way I get these roles is by producing the film. Then Tommy told me that one of the executive producers said they were interested only if I was producing as well... so I signed on as a producer.


What can you tell us about your writer/director Tom Sigmon, how did you first hook up, and what has your collaboration been like so far?


Tommy and I met at a screen festival where they were screening a film I was in, either Sprinkles or Alex October. We vastly became friends and kept talking about wanting to make a quality film together. I love collaborating with Tommy because he thinks things through and continuously comes up with new ideas. We discuss everything together, especially the crew and cast. It's also nice that he is willing to do work on his end especially since he is in Chicago (where the film will be shot) and I am on the West Coast. The first film I ever produced, I was basically doing it all on my end and it takes a lot out of you, so by the time we got to production I was so worn out and looked very tired. I know that won't be repeated because Tommy wants to see his project succeed and therefore he helps out in any way he can.


Tom Wright

Jeremy Jordan

Anything you can tell us about your projected cast yet, and as a producer, how much say did you have in casting the movie?


So far we have Tom Wright and Jeremy Jordan attached and have some offers out to some great A-list names.

Tom Wright

Jeremy Jordan

We're hoping to have our IMDb-page up soon so we can start listing the other cast members as they become announced. In the mean time I have been up-dating our production site When we started putting the business plan together, I asked Tommy to send me a list of actors he would like to see in each role. Our budget is only 350K so I knew we would not be able to achieve all the names he listed. I then sent him links to amazing actors I have either worked with or been following throughout my career. Lo and behold, he has loved all my suggestions, so we started putting them on tape.


As far as I know, Sin Verite is still in pre-production as we speak. So what's the schedule, and any idea when the film might be released yet (and I know it's probably waaay too early to ask)?


The film mostly takes place in the fall early winter, so were aiming for September/October of 2014. If we do get the full funding earlier, we could begin shooting in December of 2013. Turnaround is usually at least a year after the film is in the can.


Any future projects beyond Sin Verite?


I started filming part of Eyes Upon Waking - - and am hoping to achieve further funding to finish up filming in Tucson by next summer. Je T'aime, au Revoir by Bennie Woodell [Bennie Woodell interview - click here] just finished wrapping so it is now in post.
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As a producer, what are some of the qualities you look for in projects, and how would you describe yourself as a producer to begin with?


I'm looking for projects that will not only have a market but will bring in an appeal because of their uniqueness. It all comes down to how solid the story is. Without a good story you will not have a good movie. As a producer I need to prove that I can get my investors a return on their money. In order to achieve this I need to build up great relations with distribution. I am very honest in my approach and am a no-bullshit kinda gal. I would love to earn the respect in this industry so I can continue to move forward onto bigger projects.


Your favourite movies?


Though they change daily, here are a few I have off the top of my head: Newfound Girl, Spork, Butter, Skateland, Devil's Carnival, Red White & Blue, Lawless, Red State, Country Strong, Jolene, Shakespeare in Love, Cabin Fever, It's Complicated, Fargo, Something's Gotta Give, Five Easy Pieces, Whip it, Thumbsucker, Almost Famous, Wrist Cutters and Orphan.


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Twitter: @jenscott1




Thanks for the interview!


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