That's What She Said Creators
Director/Producer: Carrie Preston
currently stars as Arlene on True Blood and the scatterbrained genius lawyer Elsbeth on The Good Wife. Besides working as a sought after and busy actor, Carrie is a passionate, emerging director. With her production company Daisy 3 Pictures, Preston directed 29th and Gay and the short film Feet of Clay. She also produced and starred in the feature “Ready? OK!” Daisy 3 Pictures is currently in development on The Dody Show, a web series written by and starring Carrie Preston.
Writer: Kellie Overbey
is both an actor and writer. She developed the her first screenplay That’s What She Said from her original play Girl Talk. Kellie also appears in the film as Elyse. As an actor her credits include Tom Stoppard’s The Coast of Utopia at Lincoln Center and five other Broadway plays including the Steppenwolf Theater production of Buried Child directed by Gary Sinise in which she won a Friends of NY Theater Award for Best Broadway Debut.
Cinematographer: William Klayer
has numerous credits on Law & Order, 30 Rock, A Gifted Man, Royal Pains, and more. Complete listings can be found on imdb.com and a demo of his work can be found at williamklayer.com.
Editor: Anita Brandt Burgoyne, A.C.E.
graduated from USC’s Film School and has been continuously employed in the editing field since graduation. She began her career cutting on Moviola and now enjoys editing in the digital domain. Anita has been nominated twice for an American Cinema Editors “Eddie” Award and once for an ATAS “Emmy” award. An active member of the ACE Membership Committee, Anita is the proud mother of two children.
GENSIS OF THE FILM:
Kellie Overbey developed the screenplay from her play Girl Talk. Carrie Preston directed the play which starred Marcia DeBonis at The Barrow Group in New York City in 2004. Together, Oberbey and Preston conceived of the idea to turn the play into a feature film. Preston’s Production company Daisy 3 Pictures partnered with producers Lucy Barzun Donnelly Joshua Astrachan, and Mona Panchal to bring the script to screen and began principal photography in October 2010. Marcia De Bonis reprised her role from the play as Bebe. Anne Heche joined the project after reading the script and falling in love with her character, Dee Dee. Heche then recommended Alia Shawkcat to play the role of Clementine.