An exhausted young mom on the run from an abusive home life desperately seeks a quiet moment to process all that's happening but parenting an active, watchful toddler along the way means she needs to stay on her game.
Nancy Bannon is a filmmaker and performer. She was recently nominated for a Certain Age grant in honor of Lynn Shelton and was a member of New York Stage and Film’s 2020 Filmmaker Workshop. Her feature screenplays have been recognized by festivals, contests and labs (including 2X Nicholl QF) and her short screenplay, “Blood” was published in The Southampton Review.
Original theater work includes: Cornfield, Puncture, The Pod Project. As movement director: Romeo and Juliet (w/ Orlando Bloom) on Broadway, more. Off-Broadway: Occupied Territories, a play (nominated for five Helen Hayes Awards) which she co-wrote and plays a leading role.
Nancy toured internationally for over a decade as a professional dancer.
Awards: 3 Princess Grace Awards, a New York Dance and Performance (Bessie) Award, multiple prizes and scholarships. BFA: Juilliard.
Recent press: https://redefinemag.net/2020/lynn-sheltons-of-a-certain-age-grant-nominees-women-non-binary-filmmakers/ more...