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An Interview with Kaylee Williams, Star of Once, When I Was Dead

by Mike Haberfelner

July 2015

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Your new movie Once, When I Was Dead - in a few words, what is it about, and what can you tell us about your character in it?

 

Well I donít want to give anything away but in a nutshell itís about an artist struggling with her demons. My character, Alice, is also an artist who has her own demons to battle.

 

How did you prepare for the role, and considering your character is dialogue-less, how much of a challenge was it to bring her across?

 

Itís much more difficult to tell a story with no dialogue. You rely solely on conveying all of your thoughts and emotions thru your eyes and facial expressions. So in that respect, preparing for this role was a bit more difficult than other roles I have prepared for, but I welcomed the challenge.

 

How did you get involved with Once, When I Was Dead in the first place?

 

Scott [Scott W. Perry interview - click here], the director, approached me with the script and the character and, after reading it, I really felt like I could connect and relate to both the script and the role of Alice. And I really enjoy working with Scott, so I told him that of course I was on board.

 

What can you tell us about your director Scott W. Perry [Scott W. Perry interview - click here], and what was your collaboration like?

 

I love working with Scott. We have worked together twice so far (on Once, When I Was Dead and the In Fear of-episode Merinthophobia) and I feel like we work very well together and make a great team. We have become good friends in real life and I think that also helps our working relationship, because we both trust one another. Heís on the (very) short list of filmmakers that I would work with on everything and anything.

 

You appear topless in most of your scenes in Once, When I Was Dead - was that at all a problem for you?

 

In Fear of: Merinthophobia

Nope. Iíve done nudity in several other films, so at this point it doesnít bother me at all. I also do burlesque every weekend, so Iím used to running around half naked in front of people :P

 

What can you tell us about the shoot as such, and the on-set atmosphere?

 

The atmosphere was pretty serious for the most part, but itís a very dark film, so we all tried to stay in that kind of mindset as much as we could. I really enjoyed working with everyone in the cast and crew. Everyone involved is super cool and extremely professional.

We actually shot in the same studio that we shot a lot of the scenes for Merinthophobia in, so it was fun to be back there.

 

You also have to talk about Steven-Mark Glassner's [Steven-Mark Glassner interview - click here] rather impressive Blood Wings-picture that's prominently featured in the movie, and about its creation!

 

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I actually flew out to NY a couple months before the actual filming dates so we could do the wings. I basically laid down on the material and Steve painted the picture around me. It took awhile but it turned out amazing! Steve is a great artist.

 

Any future projects you'd like to share?

 

I do have a couple films coming up, so keep an eye on my Facebook! Thatís where I post info on all the fun things Iím working on.

 

Your website, Facebook, whatever else?

 

www.facebook.com/actresskayleewilliams

http://www.imdb.me/kayleewilliams

http://kaylee-williams.blogspot.com/

 

Thanks for the interview!

 

Thank YOU!! J

 

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