Mauvaises Têtes (2016)


A multiple award-winning horror comedy in the spirit of classic MGM and Universal monster movies from the 1920s/30s.  It tells the story of an odd woman, Jenny, who loses her mind in the search for love and finds the perfect man in her own peculiar way.  Now available for rent and streaming on Seed&Spark , Amazon Prime US , TruIndie and Amazon Prime UK. For more details follow the film at Facebook and IMDb.



Outstanding Female Filmmaker
Best SFX
Best Sound & Music

Stormy Weather Horror Fest 2017

+16 more nominations

Best Horror Short
Austin Revolution Film Festival 2017

Best Cinematography (Short)
FilmQuest 2017

Best Short Screenplay
Macabre Faire Film Festival 2017



Horrible Imaginings Film Festival
Steel City Underground Film Festival
Medusa Underground Film Festival

Space Jam Multimedia Fest
Insólito: Festival de Cine de Terror y Fantasía

Sick Chick Flicks Film Festival (Nominated: Best of Fest Award)
Monsters of Film Festival
NecronomiCon Providence
FilmQuest (Nominated: Minerva Award -Female Filmmaker)
Fright Fest
Austin Revolution Film Festival (Nominated: The 'Tobe' Award (best genre filmmaker), Best FX in a Short, Best US Actress in a Short)
Grindhouse Nights at Cafe Z
Comic-Con International Indie Film Festival
Stormy Weather Horror Fest (Nominated: Best Actress, Best Cinematography, Best Editing)
Love Hurts Film Festival
The Vancouver Badass Film Festival (Nominated: Best International Short, Best Actress)
Boomtown Film & Music Film Festival
Days of the Dead Independent Film Festival (Atlanta, Indianapolis)
Macabre Faire Film Festival (Nominated: Best Short Film, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Cinematography, Best Costumes)

Ax Wound Film Festival
Scream Queen FilmFest Tokyo
Nightmares Film Festival (Nominated: Best Short Director)
Sacramento Horror Film Festival
NYC Independent Film Festival
DC Independent Film Festival

Dragon Dreaming Film Festival

"on-point in its visual ode to Universal Monster movies [...]
both deeply personal and totally universal"
- Ax Wound

"a winsome horror comedy" - Gruesome Magazine