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Current Projects
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Written by Lizzy Walther & Mikayla Hendrickson
Directed by Avery Looser

Logline: Two girls find refuge in an abandoned building as they save up enough money to ditch town and leave their abusive pasts behind them, only to realize that while you can run away from everything and everyone, you can't run away from yourself.


Written by Audrey Lane & Lizzy Walther
Directed by Kate DiRenzi

Logline: After a deadly virus hits New York City two young survivors take refuge on a roof. In efforts to fill the voids of all they’ve lost, the characters work together to complete a list of things they want to do before they die. The story begs the question: When society shatters and tomorrow is no longer guaranteed, what are you left with?



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Boston Film Festival - Best Short Film

Written by Audrey Lane & Lizzy Walther
Based on the Personal Experiences of Lizzy Walther, a Farmer’s Daughter.​

Logline:  A Farmer’s Daughter is a coming of age short film that explores the strained relationship between a girl and her father. Growing up as the first-born on a small family farm in rural Indiana, Betty felt pressured to please her father by fulfilling the traditional expectations of the ideal farmer’s firstborn: a son. However, she quickly finds herself challenged by physical limitations, a strong hate of farm work, and a natural inclination towards potion bottles, make-believe, and the world outside of Indiana. Upon returning home from college, Betty is forced to face her past and accept the tension that has grown between her and her father over the years.


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Now Streaming on Amazon Prime
Written and Directed by Joe Zappa

Logline: A crash victim, a housewife and two repressed teens are connected by hard-working therapist Viola, who helps them battle their addictions while two disillusioned detectives struggle with the mounting war against heroin in Cincinnati.


Awards: Best Young Actress at Actor’s Awards, Los Angeles (Lizzy as Summer Taylor), Best Drama at the 2018 New York Film Awards and Best Picture at the 2018 Los Angeles Film Awards

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