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An Interview with Trista Robinson, Star of Promise

by Mike Haberfelner

April 2021

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Trista with Joe Cornet

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


My character is reunited with someone from her past and we're after a treasure, but it's the Wild West, so we're not the only ones chasing it.


What did you draw upon to bring your character to life, and how much Trista Robinson can we find in Promise?


After approaching this character by trying to learn all about how life was then, I realized I also needed to concentrate on what we actually had in common in order to connect. Although I am fortunate to live during this day and age, I'll tell ya, indie filmmaking does correspond to the Wild West in more ways than one. I've certainly struggled and had hardships and have had to overcome obstacles. There is more Trista than I even expected. So much of the human condition is evergreen.


How did you get involved with the project in the first place?


Curt Lambert, who plays Wildeye, had a role in a film I was also in called Echoes of Fear. Joe Cornet [Joe Cornet interview - click here] came to a screening of that and then he and Curt offered me this role.


With Promise being a western, is that a genre you can at all relate to?


This was a whole new genre for me, which is why I wanted to do it. Quite a challenge and out of my wheelhouse, indeed!


To put the last question somehow onto its head, how much fun was it to be in a western?


It was surreal. Whitehorse Ranch is a special location! I was very serious about it at first, but about halfway through I reminded myself to also have fun. I'm glad I remembered to play.


What can you tell us about Promise's director Joe Cornet [Joe Cornet interview - click here], and what was your collaboration like?


Nobody loves this genre more than Joe Cornet. He didn't need to remind himself to have fun, he was always enthusiastic and excited. He allowed me a lot of freedom to make choices and trusted me with the character.


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Do talk about the shoot as such, and the on-set atmosphere!


Everyone was excited to be there and we moved quickly. That is due in great part to Sam Wilkerson, the cinematographer, who was a joy to be around and a huge talent.


Any future projects you'd like to share?


Well, I co-host a horror podcast called Without Your Head, and we do live shows every Thursday at 4pm Pacific Time as well as sporadic interviews throughout the week. I am also gearing up to shoot Terror Toons 4, which is described as Warner Bros. cartoons vs. Nightmare on Elm Street!


Your website, social media, whatever else?


Thanks for the interview!




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