LGBT Filmmaker Launches Campaign for Action Film

LGBT Filmmaker Launches Campaign for Action Film

Los Angeles, CA. United States.

Harbor Road Entertainment announced they will be going production on an action film entitled No Trace in 2016, which is currently crowdfunding. The film follows Director Miranda Sajdak’s prior projects, including the Outfest premiere Snapshot and Screamfest premiere Zone 2, for which she was a producer.

Miranda Sajdak’s new project, No Trace, is about an undercover cop who robs a bank, only to find herself on the run from her former partners. As a director devoted to diversity in filmmaking, Sajdak has scripted and is casting the project to include minority characters, and is also focused on a diverse and inclusive set environment behind-the-scenes.

Starring Heroes actor James Kyson and Pia Shah (recently seen on Grey’s Anatomy), the film’s team is diverse both in front of and behind the camera, and has a great deal of experience on sets ranging from shorts to studio features and TV. VFX Supervisor James Parris has worked on projects including The Lion King and Snakes On A Plane, while producer Dellany Peace is developing an original series about a body positive superheroine.

About her team, Sajdak says “I’m so excited to be developing this project with such a talented group of people, finding a way not only to tell an entertaining story, but also tell it with inclusive representation.”

Sajdak has been in the film industry for over a decade, and looks forward to bringing this next project to life.

No Trace:


Directed & Written by Miranda Sajdak Twitter: @MirandaSajdak Instagram: say.jack IMDB: Website:

Produced by Dellany Peace Twitter: @IAmDellanyPeace Instagram: dellanypeaceoriginal Facebook: IMDB:

VFX Supervisor James Parris Twitter: @plasterofparris IMDB: Website:

Starring: James Kyson Twitter: @JamesKyson Instagram: JamesKyson IMDB: Website:

Pia Shah Twitter: @piajune Facebook: IMDB: Website:

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