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An Interview with Melanie Robel, Star of Lamb Feed

by Mike Haberfelner

December 2014

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Your new movie Lamb Feed - what is it about, and what can you tell us about your character? And what did you draw upon to bring your character to life, how much Melanie Robel can we find in her?


Lamb Feed is a short film about a car ride with a very unhappy ending. I am Kitty, the fiance of Mitchell, who takes the car ride. During the film, Luke and I argue and then I am worried when I don't hear from him.

What did I do for my character, well, I asked Camden Toy to help me with my role. He worked with me on the set of Joe Hollow's A Blood Story [Joe Hollow interview - click here]. He knows what I needed to work on and what my strong points are. I was so focused on getting mad for my part, that Camden told me to focus on the journey.
Also, you won't find anything of myself in this character. When I am mad, I don't yell nor do I get loud. I actually become very quiet, and somewhat withdrawn. That is how I cope with anger and will then hibernate in my room, watch a movie and hug my cats. I know that sounds funny, but it's the truth. Now, if I need to get a really good sob out, I just think of Walt Disney's Fox and the Hound. I cry when I think about how those two friends were separated and then supposed to attack each other when they are grown. It's so sad.


How did you get hooked up with the project in the first place?


I got done shooting A Blood Story, where I got to work with Robert Z'Dar, who was great to work with. We hit it off, I learned so much from him and we wanted to work with each other again. Lamb Feed was in pre-production for a year and Michael Rodriguez [Michael S. Rodriguez interview - click here] and I had been talking because I am involved in another project that he is co-producing. So a year went by, I did my thing and Michael said they were ready to do Lamb Feed. I said ok and that is how it happened. The bad thing was that Robert Z'Dar was unable to be involved as the Butcher, which really still makes me sad. I so adore him and still hope to work with him again.


What can you tell us about your director Michael S. Rodriguez [Michael S. Rodriguez interview - click here], and what was your collaboration like?


What to say about Michael. Well, I've know him for about five years. I think he chooses good actors to play the main character parts. He has great ideas, knows what he wants and the direction that he needs the film to go. He basically told me the background of the film, my character and let me do my own thing. So, I did my lines and played off Luke Church, who played my fiance.


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


The shoot went pretty well, I was there for one day of shooting and it went pretty well. For me, it was a great lesson on being politically correct, to be patient and I learned what I wouldn't allow on my set. You know, that was the first time ever that another actor tried to throw me under the bus, because they were unprofessional and couldn't admit that they couldn't remember their lines.

It was a very strange feeling.


You have only just recently won an award for Lamb Feed - and even if it might sound like a stupid question, how did that make you feel?


It was great feeling, because part of the process for getting a nomination was getting the social media, fan vote. For me, that meant a lot, because that is why we make films, do conventions and work with the media. I am always very grateful to everyone who supports me in what I do. After the nomination, it was based on talent. Getting "best supporting actress", in a short film, from FANtastic Horror Film Festival [FANtastic Horror Film Festival interview - click here] was so cool. It is my first award for acting and I have it on my wall above my desk. Very cool.


Any future projects you'd like to talk about?


Technoplis, my sci-fi project is completed, their marketing and press kit is being put together. So we will see what happens. Disciples and A Blood Story might be out this year. Waiting for a release date for them, but Joe Hollow [Joe Hollow interview - click here] said that I was awesome in both. Can't wait to see them. I am no longer with La Fleur De Mai, but it is on Vimeo, on demand. I had a lot of fun working on that project the past few years and hope for the best for everyone. I met some great people while on it. I was also on a web-based show in California called, Hell's Kitty. It was so much fun and I can't wait for it to air. Can't say much without giving the plot away. Unfortunately, Angel, the kitty, wasn't on set that day.


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Take care.


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