Crazier Bitches Film

Summary

Christmas ornaments turn deadly, when mommies behave badly and someone can't take it anymore. 

Full details

We're the team behind CRAZY BITCHES: Live Vain, Die Ugly. (Trailer)

We shot the film in summer of 2013, and debuted in the summer of 2014 (if you're LA based, you may have caught our crazy fun Outfest screening at the Ford Amphitheater - Here's a little audience reaction video from that show), and we released Feb. 13, 2015, with the idea of ultimately shooting a trilogy. 
 
CRAZY BITCHES 2: Mommies Behaving Badly is written and ready to go, so we are turning to you - fans of CRAZY BITCHES, fans of horror/comedy, fans of our actors, fans of our director, fans of indie film, fans of films made by women about women. We are laying the future of this film in your hands and promising in return that you will have a sequel that is funnier, sexier, crazier, creepier and scream-ier than the first.
 
Jane’s second feature, horror/comedy satire CRAZY BITCHES, played 25 fests, was nominated for Best Film, Best Soundtrack and Best Supporting Actress and won Best Ensemble Cast at QCinema. It released through Gravitas Ventures in February 2015. Her feature-directing debut, drug-fueled drama METH HEAD, won 12 awards, played over 30 fests and released through Random Media in June 2014. Prior to METH HEAD, she produced the feature, ELENA UNDONE, which played over 50 festivals and released through Wolfe Releasing in February 2012.
 
Her seventh short as writer/director, BEYOND WORDS, won the Illuminate Award in 2009. All prior films have seen Jane multi-tasking as producer/director/writer/editor, including THE TOUCH, which played 30+ festivals, won best short and aired on HERE TV; and CARRIE’S CHOICE, supported by Planned Parenthood – LA. Both films were fiscally sponsored by Women Make Movies and supported by the Panasonic Digital Filmmakers grant. CARRIE’S CHOICE won 1 award, was nominated for best short, was a finalist in the USA Film Festival and distributed through Intermedia. Her second short, A HOST OF DAFFODILS, played 16 festivals, earned 2 awards and was nominated 4 times for best short film.