Mary Elizabeth Boylan Displays Juvenile Behavior In New Film!

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The dark drama JUVENILES, directed by Nico Sabenorio has added Mary Elizabeth Boylan to the cast in a pivotal supporting role. Starring opposite Stephen Moyer as his ex-girlfriend Stacy Lee, the film focuses on a teenager who deals with violence and poverty in small town America. This is Sabenorio’s feature film directorial debut, which he also wrote starring Beau Knapp alongside Stephen Moyer.
Moyer and Knapp join a cast that includes Kathleen Rose Perkins (Showtime’s Episodes),  Martin Henderson (Sundance TV’s The Red Road), Nick Eversman (Wild), Morgan Lily (X-Men: First Class) and Kevin Alejandro (The CW’s Arrow).
Boylan recently wrote, produced and starred in the eccentric award-winning adventure Getting Lemons, which won the award for Best U.S. Short Film at the 3rd annual Film Festival in Columbus, Ohio (FFOCOL).
“I am really excited to be a part of this project” says Mary Elizabeth Boylan, “playing Stacey Lee was an incredible experience alongside such great colleagues; I was so honored to work with such an amazing cast.”
Most recently Boylan was seen as the female lead in the award-winning horror thriller Antisocial Behavior (2014), playing the girlfriend of a socially awkward artist whose forgotten past emerges and incites his disturbing descent into madness. Boylan is currently preparing for the 2015 pilot season with a project of her own in the works.
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Mary Elizabeth Boylan’s Short Film ‘Getting Lemons’ Screens At Film Festival Of Columbus!

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Mary Elizabeth Boylan’s hilarious and deeply personal film Getting Lemons, which she wrote, produced and starred in, has been nominated for Best U.S. Short Film at the 3rd annual Film Festival of Columbus (FFOCOL) and screened during the festival on Wednesday, October 15, 2014.
“My heart is in a state of pandemonium!” laughs Boylan, “I can’t wait for Getting Lemons to screen in front of my home audience, it’s nerve-racking, but it’s an honor to be able to bring my work back here to Ohio where I got started. My Ohio roots inspired so much of this film.”
Boylan was seen most recently as the female lead in the award-winning horror thriller Antisocial Behavior (2014), playing the girlfriend of a socially awkward artist whose forgotten past emerges and incites his disturbing descent into madness.
“It’s only our third year and the festival is already growing exponentially,” explains animated Festival President John Daugherty.  “We have international films, short films, animated films, feature length films; we have exploded in a relatively short period of time.  Having filmmakers like Mary Elizabeth Boylan, who are also Ohio natives really puts it over the top for me.”
The weeklong festival runs from Thursday, October 9 through October 16, 2014. Make sure to check out what’s happening on the last day of the Film Festival by going HERE.  Audience voting will determine the winner in the category of Best U.S. Short.
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