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An Interview with Pamela Sutch, Actress and Filmmaker

by Mike Haberfelner

October 2016

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To kick this off, why don't you introduce yourself to those of us who don't already know you?


Iím Pamela Sutch, filmmaker, actress, cinematographer, director of many years. Just doing my thing.


Do talk about some of your current and future projects for a bit!


Currently, as a filmmaker from my business Siren Tales, Iím working on the fourth segment of my series The Gift. Itís a sci-fi series with minimal CGI effects except for morphs. It has a body swap theme which has been popular through the years for Siren Tales Movies. Parts I to III can be purchased thru downloads or on DVD from the website. Iíve been fortunate to build my own niche with these movies thru the years. People like them so I keep making them.

Iíve also recently taken part in a few shorts, acting. One is called Red Balloon, I play a business type woman that finds this homeless man attractive. Directed by Charles Casciano. Another is a cool Friday the 13th spoof from Cycloptyc Films (, produced by Hector De La Rosa. Itís really funny. Called The Final Crapter.


What got you into acting in the first place, and did you receive any formal training on the subjects?


My personality has always been to try a lot of things. And no. Not too much formal training. Iím one to wing it with things. I pretty much learn everything I need to know from YouTube. Haha.


Do you still remember your first time in front of a movie or TV camera, and what was that experience like?


I do remember seeing myself for the first time acting. It was devastating! I was better looking in my head than how I looked on camera. Acting was really bad. Was easy to fix after seeing that.


From what I know, early on you've done quite a few movies with Gary Whitson - so what can you tell us about those, and what was working with him like?


That was the gig that devastated me! Itís amazing what good lighting (and bad lighting) can do. Well Garyís movies definitely have a niche audience. And he has done well. I think his movies are best described as ridiculous. Just by the titles alone. Working with him and the other girls was always fun. We laughed a lot and nothing is better than that. Gary became a good friend and he was always good to the people that worked for him.


More recently, you've also been in quite a few movies directed by Len Kabasinski [Len Kabasinski interview - click here] - so do talk about your collaborations with him for a bit!


Len will always continue to make movies and build his following. He keeps putting them out and has a great passion for it. To finish any feature length production without decent backing is a big accomplishment all by itself. Iíve been in four of his features.


You've also been in cult director Ted V. Mikels' very recent Paranormal Extremes: Text Messages from the Dead - so you obviously have to talk about that experience!


I didnít see that movie yet. lol. Guess I should if Iím in it. I shot that segment in Montreal with my good friend Luc Bernier [Luc Bernier interview - click here]. Iíll have to look it up.


With Trakked and The Gift, you have also moved behind the camera - so what prompted that step, and what can you tell us about these projects?


I have numerous other projects as well that you can find on that I have produced and directed. Trakked is by far my largest and most polished project. It has a great tagline, ďwoman inserts camera inside cheating boyfriend's head and watches his every move.Ē Iím happy with how it came out and like a lot of the scenes I wrote. Rob Villano was my partner in this production and we will probably work together again. I also learned a lot from doing that production and will be sure to apply it to my next large project.

The Gift is a series that is now in production on the 4th segment. Each segment is a half hour long. The transformation morph theme that it has is popular. The YouTube trailers to each segment generate many views and the series keeps building a following. I like writing it and developing the characters as it goes along. I see what someone brings to the table and it triggers the next segment. Most everything I write has dry humor to it.


Any other films of yours you'd like to talk about?


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I believe next spring Iíll be producing a movie called More than a Conversation, written by Luc Bernier [Luc Bernier interview - click here]. It will have a darker feel then what I usually write myself. Story is about a female jogger who ends up playing a game over the phone with a killer. Itís already credited on IMDb so keep a look out for it.


Having made movies since the 1990s, how has the filmworld changed over the years?


A lot more indie filmmakers. A lot better product with the equipment we have access to. A lot easier to get your product out in the world. Still hard to make a lot of $ at it.


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


Itís very easy for me to portray terrified, mad, emotional for some reason. Improving will also add life to any of my scenes. Building the characters is more challenging for me. Working scenes with good opposing actors makes all the difference in the chemistry. It feels really good to feed off the other person and react to what they give you. Especially if they are good.


Your website, Facebook, whatever else?


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


I think you covered about everything. Just check out my sites and stream Trakked on Amazon Prime.


Thanks for the interview!


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