"Dragonfly" will be screening next at LA Femme Int'l Film Festival in Los Angeles, CA on Sunday, October 22 at 10:00 AM as part of an animated shorts block. The film will also be available to stream during the festival from October 19-22. Tickets/info here.
Julia's animated short film "Dragonfly" will be screening at Laemmle's Monica Film Center in Santa Monica, CA from Sept. 15-21, 2023. This curation of documentary, animation, and live-action shorts qualifies the film for the Academy Awards.
Also this month, Julia is filming the short film "At Skyview Enterprises," directed by Ashley Song and Suzanne Riley. Julia plays the supporting role of Grace.
"Dragonfly" will be screening at Dances With Films on Monday, June 26 at 4:45 PM as part of the "Perspectives" (group 2) shorts block. Tickets and info here.
Julia is thrilled to announce that her animated short film "Dragonfly" will be premiering at the 2023 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival on Sunday, May 7 at 8:00 PM as part of the animated shorts block "Lost & Found." Tickets and information here.
On April 29 at 2:00 PM, an excerpt from Julia's feature screenplay "Something About the Tide" will be read as part of the Top Secret Club hosted by Desert Island Studios in Portland. It's free and anybody is welcome. Find out more about the event here. The script also has placed in the Top 50 in the 10th Annual Launch Pad Feature Competition.
Julia is filming the psychological horror short film "Home Improvement" (working title) written by Emily Gregory, directed by Erica Terpening, and produced by Jen Rowe and The Theatre Company.
Julia makes a guest appearance in the new adventure podcast "Intra Quest." You can hear her in the role of Ganit in Episode 7: Crater Tales.
Season 5 of "The Amelia Project" is out now! This season, the show goes back in time to reveal the history of The Amelia Project. Julia's episode, "Amelia," will be released on September 23rd, wherever you listen to podcasts. Also, Season 4 of "Greater Boston" has begun. Julia will be heard voicing Omi Ogawa in episodes 42, 44, 46, and 50.
Julia's animated short film, "Dragonfly," has advanced to the semi-finalist rounds of the Screencraft Film Fund and the Chimaera Project's TO.GET.HER Finishing Funds Opportunity.
Julia's feature screenplay, "Something About the Tide," is a semi-finalist in the 2022 WeScreenplay Diverse Voices competition. Also, her animated short film, "Dragonfly," is a second rounder in the fall season of the Screencraft Film Fund.
Julia's feature screenplay, "Something About the Tide," is a quarter-finalist in the 2022 WeScreenplay Diverse Voices competition. Also this month, Julia will be shooting a print job for OHSU.
Julia is excited to announce the official release of "Screenwriting Contest Transparency: A Call to Action." This document, co-created by Women of Color Unite members, Dani Milton and Via Bia, is a demand to increase transparency and accountability from screenwriting contests and coverage services which are often plagued by bias that prohibit the advancement of stories by minoritized writers.
This month, Julia will be filming the short, "Mother," directed by Anchitta Noowong and produced by Triple Echo Studios. Julia also booked and filmed a commercial for Slumberkins, and recorded an episode for season 5 of "The Amelia Project."
Julia's animated short film, "Dragonfly," is a semi-finalist (phase 3) of the OTV Fellowship.
Julia is honored to have been awarded the 2021 Audio Verse Award for Performance of a Leading Role in an Existing Production for "The Amelia Project." Also, Julia's feature film screenplay, "Something About the Tide," is a quarter-finalist in The Script Lab's Free Screenplay Contest.
Julia filmed an industrial for Butterfly Network as part of an initiative to provide ultrasound equipment to larger parts of the world funded by the Gates Foundation.
February 2022 Julia's limited series TV pilot, "Where We Came From," is a quarterfinalist in the 2021-22 Fresh Voices Screenplay Competition and the Creative Screenwriting Unique Voices Screenplay Competition.
Season 4 of "The Amelia Project" premieres on Oct. 15. Julia plays the titular role of Amelia.
Julia will be performing in an online livestream show of the "The Amelia Project" / "Forgive Me" crossover episode on Friday, August 27 at 1:00 PM PDT. The livestream and recorded video is available for supporters of the show on Patreon. Also this month, Julia makes a guest appearance in episodes 7 and 9 of the new scripted fiction podcast, "Bridgewater" created by Aaron Mahnke and written by Lauren Shippen.
Julia's limited series pilot, "Where We Came From" is a quarter-finalist in the 2021 TSL Free Screenplay Contest.
Julia is excited to be making a cameo appearance in episode 188 of "Welcome to Night Vale," available wherever you listen to podcasts. Also, Julia's limited series pilot, "Where We Came From," is a quarter-finalist in the 2021 Screencraft True Story & Public Domain Screenplay Competition.
This month, Julia starred in the short film, "Bee the Change," directed by Alberta Poon. Also, can you believe it? Recording for season 4 of "The Amelia Project" is well on its way, and season 3 part 2 is now being released biweekly wherever you listen to podcasts.
Julia participated in a live show (via Zoom) of "The Bright Sessions" on Thursday, March 18th at 5 PM PST as part of USC's Visions and Voices, "The Power and Pleasure of Podcasting 2." The live show and the Q&A are both available to view in full on YouTube.
This month, Julia made a guest appearance on the fiction podcast, "Paired." She also recorded guest appearances on an episode of "StarTripper" and a new show by iHeartMedia, "Bridgewater."
Julia recorded a guest starring role in the new anthology audio series, "Unseen." You can hear her voice in episode 10, available wherever you listen to podcasts. Although most of the episodes are stand-alone stories, it would be beneficial to listen to the prior episodes first to get the full impact of this season finale.
Also this month, Julia booked and filmed a corporate industrial for Intel, produced by Richochet Partners.
Julia is excited to announce that she is now represented in the Pacific Northwest / Portland area by Damon Jones at Actors in Action! Also, the crowdfunding campaign for Julia's animated short film "Dragonfly" has ended successfully and the project is moving forward into animation right away!
Julia has launched a crowdfunding campaign for her animated short film "Dragonfly." The story is about a young girl who learns of her mother's survival of the Tokyo Firebombing of March 9-10, 1945 through the eyes of her brother's spirit. Check it out at www.dragonflyshortfilm.com.
Season 3 of the audio drama, "The Amelia Project," is now available to listen to for free wherever you get your podcasts. Julia plays the titular role of Amelia. Her voice was featured throughout seasons 1 and 2, but season 3 officially introduces the character as a series regular.
The screenplay for Julia's animated short film, "Dragonfly," is a semifinalist in the 2020 WeScreenplay Animation Competition. Julia will be launching a crowdfunding campaign for the film in October on Seed & Spark. Visit www.dragonflyshortfilm.com for more information.
The improvised sci-fi/comedy web series, "Zenith Run," which Julia co-produced and stars in, is now available on Amazon Prime. Also this month, Julia recorded season 2 of the fiction podcast, "Starship Iris."
This month, Julia is going into production (remotely, in quarantine, of course) for an episode of the new fiction podcast anthology, "Open World," and the newest spin-off from The Bright Sessions universe, "The College Tapes." Both shows will be released later this year.
While season 3 of "The Amelia Project" is on hold due to social distancing, you can hear Julia in a couple episodes of a special mini-series for the show called "The Lockdown Tapes." Check out the feed throughout April and May wherever you listen to podcasts.
Julia is starring in the indie sci-fi web series "Zenith Run," created by Anthony Ferraro of Create Sci-Fi and episode one is available now on YouTube.
Also this month, Julia is guest-starring in the first mini-episode of season 2 of the fiction podcast "The Strange Case of Starship Iris" - out now wherever you listen to podcasts.
This month, Julia is going into production for season 4 of the audio drama podcast, "Super Ordinary" by Tandon Productions. Julia plays the series regular role of Meghan Masters, the founder and leader of Camp Safe Haven, where powered people go for safety and protection.
Thank you to everyone who voted in the 2019 Audio Verse Awards! Julia is so grateful to have been awarded Best Performance of a Leading Role in a New Audio Play Production for her work as Dr. Joan Bright in "The AM Archives."