REPRESENT, the web series that Emily wrote and stars in, has just received its first film festival acceptance (excluding script and trailer selections)! Episode 1x06, titled "The Patriarchy F*cks Up Everything," has been selected as a semi-finalist at the Los Angeles Cinefest! Watch this space for more news as REPRESENT makes its way through the festival circuit!
Recess, a short film that Emily co-wrote with frequent collaborator Marissa Vonn, is in consideration for the RODE Reel Short Film Competition! The synopsis of the film reads: "Recess follows Joy Barnes [Emily Ann Scott] as she waits...and waits...and waits on the verdict of a court proceeding that will change her and her young daughter's life." Recess is available to watch now on the RODE website, and you can even vote for it for the audience award! Please watch the film below, then click here to vote for Recess!
The trailer for Emily's comedy web series, REPRESENT, has officially been released!
Emily wrote, produced, and starred in REPRESENT, a comedy series about two actresses, Ellie and Tess, who struggle with being women in the film industry. After a day of particularly trying auditions, Ellie and Tess decide to write and produce their own film: a multi-genre movie that takes the stereotypes that face each gender in the industry, and flips them around. There's only one problem: they have never made a movie themselves and have no idea how to do it. Yet.
REPRESENT will be hitting the film festival circuit starting this summer! Watch the trailer below!
Emily is currently being featured on the website for Cora, a company that delivers menstrual hygiene products, and on the Phenomenal Woman Action Campaign email newsletter. Cora recently partnered with Phenomenal Woman for their "Equality, Period" campaign. The campaign is using all the proceeds from the "Equality, Period" t-shirt Emily is wearing to support the organizations ZanaAfrica, He For She, and the GirlUp Campaign. These organizations and charities help provide girls and women all over the world with period products that they otherwise wouldn't have access to, causing them to miss school and creating a culture of shame around their bodies' natural processes. Emily is proud to support these organizations that believe that every girl and woman deserves an education and a life free of period shame. Please visit the Cora website to order your own "Equality, Period" t-shirt!