Brie Mattson just completed filming her latest feature half of which was filmed in Philadelphia and half in Los Angeles. While details about the project are still hush-hush, she says, "Filming in Philadelphia was a blast. We had such a great cast a crew that all worked together really well under some pretty harsh conditions to get it done. I can't wait to see this film come together and see the product of everyone's hard work. Dale (Frabrigar, Dir.) was amazing to work with! He is such a generous director who really cares about collaborating and has a crystal clear vision that makes you, as an artist, feel extremely well lead. I'm already so proud of this film and can't wait to share it with our audiences."
Brie Mattson attends the "Wedding Wonderland" premiere on November 12, 2017 and plays "Lexi" in the movie.Read More
November 14th, 2017
The premiere release of "Black Sheep" at the Beverly Hills Playhouse film festival.
Meg is bombarded with a slew of un-solicited advice after a sort-lived marriage at the Archer family reunion. Upon being re-united with wacky Aunt Libby, Meg discovers that sometimes a black sheep is the best thing you can be.
"I had so much fun making this film. Wearing all of the different 'hats' as a: writer, director, actress, and producer was such a hands-on lesson in film-making. Until this project, the only aspect of film-making I had truly immersed myself in was acting and I know developing an understanding for what all of the other moving parts are going through: their stresses, their concerns, etc. will only make me a more giving performer. Working with the cast and crew of 'Black Sheep' was such a rewarding experience. We shot it in 2 days in Castaic because my cousins volunteered their house for the weekend (I'm not sure they knew exactly what that was going to entail as we completely took over their house haha!) and it was all hands on deck and such a collaborative and rewarding experience. I have such admiration for all of the actors and crew members in this film and I'm so grateful they went on this journey with me helped tell this story."