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Jane Clark on CRAZY BITCHES 2


Today my guest is Jane Clark the director/writer behind METH HEAD and CRAZY BITCHES. I had her on to discuss the Indiegogo campaign for her latest film, CRAZY BITCHES 2.

 "The team behind CRAZY BITCHES is back and we need YOUR HELP to bring this next installment to life. You can back the film and do your Xmas shopping at the same time! We've got some fun swag and exciting opportunities that will ship just in time to put under the tree or on it. Plus you can get a little of your shopping out of the way while you support a bunch of Crazy Bitches in front of and behind the camera. What's not to love?" Jane’s second feature, horror/comedy satire CRAZY BITCHES, played 25 fests, was nominated for Best Film, Best Soundtrack and Best Supporting Actress and won Best Ensemble Cast at QCinema. It released through Gravitas Ventures in February 2015. Her feature-directing debut, drug-fueled drama METH HEAD, won 12 awards, played over 30 fests and released through Random Media in June 2014. Prior to METH HEAD, she produced the feature, ELENA UNDONE, which played over 50 festivals and released through Wolfe Releasing in February 2012.

Click here for more information about the campaign.




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