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Multi-talented Tanna Frederick returns with an update on her new films and her work with Project Cornlight, an initiative to help revitalize the film industry in Iowa. Tanna is an award-winning actress, director, environmentalist and founder of the Iowa Independent Film Festival in Mason City. She recently wrapped Henry Jaglom’s romantic comedy The “M” Word with Corey Feldman, Michael Imperioli and Francis Fisher. She then went on to make her directorial debut (and star) in a theatre production of Why We Have a Body at the Edgemar Center for the Arts. She is currently in her native Iowa filming The Farm where she stars as a single mother who returns to Iowa to deal with her past. This October Tanna can be seen starring with Judd Nelson in the Henry Jaglom comedy Just 45 Minutes from Broadway which explores the complex emotional lives of theater folk. The film was adapted from a stage play written by Jaglom.
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