Film Fridays: ‘Ragdoll’

We hit up the archives for this Friday’s showcased film: a 35mm short that premiered at GradFest back in January 2011. Set in Chicago during the Great Depression, Ragdoll tells the story of a young girl from a poor family named Billie who ventures into a fairytale fantasy world at a local toy store. If Billie looks familiar to you, that’s because you may have seen her on the blog before: she was featured in The Healer, which was in last month’s Superhero Edition of Film Fridays.

“Tara is a phenomenal actress and is easy to work with,” says Production Supervisor Andrew Campbell, who worked on Ragdoll. “She approaches the character with a professionalism and understanding that’s not easily found.”



2 thoughts on “Film Fridays: ‘Ragdoll’

  1. Avatar Anonymous says:

    That was a very good film. You did a great job making it. Congratulations! I loved the story and enjoyed watching it. This film is one that all children should see. It will remind them to be thankful for what they have. This film would also make a nice story for a children’s book. It could be a classic! Best of luck to you!

  2. Fun Project to work and be a part of. Wow it has been a year and a half already? Post Fullsail life sure travels faster than lightning. But it was great working with Tara. she is just fun to watch. That young lady is going places. She knows it, I know it, you can see it.

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