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This week host Rob Dimension interviews filmmaker and actress Amy Lynn Best. Amy Lynn Best is a trained dancer and actress who started in the business by co-producing the independent feature horror film, The Resurrection Game, and co-stars as the pop psychologist turned zombie exterminator, Sister Mary Bliss. Like many independent film producers, Amy learned the film business from the ground up. On the short haunted house film Tenants, for instance, Amy studied cinematographer from that film's director of photography, Bill Fuller. Out of necessity, she learned the basics of grip work, camera operation, and the fine art of line producing. In addition to acting in and producing The Resurrection Game, Amy served the film as art director, additional photographer and craft services. On one shooting date in particular, she fed the cast and crew two specially-made lasagnas, then denied herself her nourishment due to the fact that she still had to go before the camera in a skin-tight leather-and-spandex costume. Born in Topeka, Kansas but raised as a Pittsburgh native, Amy studied acting and dancing since she was three years old. She has acted or worked on many films and made her feature directorial debut on Happy Cloud Pictures' Severe Injuries. Most recently Happy Cloud Pictures' and Amy Lynn Best completed the indie horror film SPLATTER MOVIE. Amy Lynn Best is definitely one of the outstanding women filmmakers in the business.