Tag Archives: Berna Roberts

Barret Mulholland’s ‘Grip’ Short Film Review: Life, Death and Redemption

Described as a powerful story of addiction, redemption and forgiveness by Actress Berna Roberts (read our interview here), Grip immediately sparked my intrigue. I can certainly say that this short film, which served as Barret Mulholland’s directorial debut, does not disappoint. This dark drama utilizes every crucial moment incorporating an …

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Interview with Berna Roberts: Artistic Expression Through Film

Driven by her passion for acting from a young age, Berna Roberts left her home in East Chicago to pursue a career in performance arts. Finding success with a small appearance in the 2004 hit comedy, Meet the Fockers, this talented actress went on to explore filmmaking on both sides …

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Puppet (Horror Short) A Bible Study Bloodbath

Disagreeing with someone’s lifestyle is one thing, but forcing one’s beliefs onto another with threats of Old Testament fire and brimstone is a whole other matter. In their third directorial horror short film, Puppet, DaG (Joseph R. Davis and Brian Gerson) boldly explores the divisive social topic of institutionalized religion …

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