Welcome to the official site of Brighid Fleming. This site contains information for casting directors and includes her resume, headshots and reel. Fans of Brighid can also view production stills from past and current movies Brighid is filming. Enjoy checking out one of the next rising stars in Hollywood!
Upon reading the play for the first time, the actors at the interview had similar responses — that it was dark. Fleming smiles, “I loved it. Just that it’s dark, and she wasn’t afraid to be dark.” The play was different from anything she had read before, and her role was going to be a challenge. “It’s a great part for someone my age.”
The Nether, Center Theatre Group at Kirk Douglas Theatre, 9820 Washington Blvd., Culver City 90232. Tue-Fri 8 pm. Sat 2 pm and 8 pm, Sun 1 pm and 6:30 pm, through April 14. Tickets: $20-50. www.CenterTheatreGroup.org. 213-628-2772.
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Photo by Craig Schwartz. (front row: Brighid Fleming, Robert Joy, Jeanne Syquia; back row: Adam Haas Hunter, Dakin Matthews)
The Nether, by Jennifer Haley, premieres at Center Theatre Group's Kirk Douglas Theatre in Los Angeles, March 19 through April 24.
A new virtual wonderland provides total sensory immersion. Just log in, choose an identity and indulge your every whim. But when a young detective uncovers a disturbing brand of entertainment, she triggers a dark battle over technology and human desire.
Winner of the 2012 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, The Nether is both serpentine crime drama and haunting sci-fi thriller that explores the consequences of living out our private dreams.
Previews start March 19
Opening March 24
Runs Tues—Sun to April 14
WARNING: This play contains adult content, language and sexuality and is recommended for ages 16+.
- Albany International Film Festival 2012 - Winner, Youth Division
- California International Shorts Festival 2012 - Official Selection
- Best Shorts Festival 2012 - Award of Excellence
- Women's Independent Film Festival 2012 - Best Film, Girls Making Movies Division; Best Director; Best Cinematography; Best Actress - Brighid Fleming
- Lighthouse International Film Festival 2012 - Official Selection
- The Film Festival of Colorado 2012 - Winner, Student/Young Filmmaker-Short
- Moving Media Student Film Festival 2012 - Official Selection
An adaptation of Joyce Maynard's novel of the same name, coming-of-age pic is being backed by Indian Paintbrush and Paramount , which had no comment on the casting.
Reitman is writing and directing the film, which follows Frank Chambers (Brolin), an escaped convict who seeks shelter with a depressed single mom (Winslet) and her teen son over Labor Day weekend. "Changeling" thesp Gattlin Griffith landed the young male lead earlier on Tuesday.
While Fleming has not yet closed a deal, she beat out many young thesps for the coveted offer to play Eleanor, the mysterious object of Griffith 's affection who seems to know everything about the world that he doesn't.
Pic's supporting cast includes James van der Beek, Tom Lipinski and Maika Monroe.
Reitman and his Right of Way Films partner Helen Estabrook are producing with Lianne Halfon and Russell Smith of Mr. Mudd. Steven Rales and Mark Roybal of co-financier Indian Paintbrush will exec produce.
In addition to "Gamer," Fleming previously appeared in J.T. Petty's 2008 horror pic "The Burrowers," as well as an uncredited role in " Alice in Wonderland." She's repped by Pantheon Talent and manager Mara Santino of Luber Roklin Entertainment. "Variety"