GPP Welcomes Molly Coffee to February 2014 Membership Meeting
The Georgia Production Partnership is welcoming Zombie Cat’s Molly Coffee as their February 2014 Guest Speaker.
***From the official GPP Email
We are pleased to announce that our February speaker will be Molly Coffee of Zombie Cat Productions.
Molly Coffee works by day full time in the art department for shows like The Walking Dead and Prisoners. By night, she champions independent film and lends her design skills to feature films like V/H/S 3 and stage shows like “Sunflowers and Starry Nights”. Molly is the creator/director of the puppet short film “Magic The Gathering The Musical” which recently had a very successful festival run and is the owner of the independent production company Zombie Cat Productions. All of this from a girl who was working as a photographer and realized she could start making stop-motion films in her living room with the equipment she currently had in her possession.
Recently Molly and Zombie Cat Productions teamed up with local film superstars Fake Wood Wallpaper (Blood Car, Congratulations!) to produce Molly’s spec pilot “Pepper’s Place.” Starring Hannah Fierman (V/H/S, The Unwanted), Keith Brooks (The Walking Dead), and the local puppet community, Pepper’s Place is a comedy in the 22 minute format. Pepper’s Place exists in a world where real people, puppets, and big foam monsters coexist with no one really noticing any differences between them. It is also the kind of place that people can break out into song and choreographed dance sequences and only look mildly insane. This is a children’s show written for adults with adult themes. Pepper’s Place is very inspired by Pee Wee’s Playhouse and the smart insanity of shows like Yo Gabba Gabba. It’s Pepper’s World. We all just get to live in it with her.
602 N Highland Avenue NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Member meetings are normally held at noon on the first Tuesday of every month. Please plan to arrive by 11:30am to place personal food orders.
Non-members will be asked for $20 at the door.
Video of the speech will eventually be available in the GPP archive on their website.