“The Games We Play” has been accepted into the Rincon International Film Festival in Puerto Rico and the Sonoma International Film Festival (SIFF) in Sonoma, CA. The short film will screen at Rincon during Comedy Night on Wednesday, March 29th at 6:00pm. For tickets, click here. At SIFF, it will screen as part of the Comedy Shorts program on Friday, March 31st at 9:00am at the Taiwan Tourism Bureau Theatre and Saturday, April 1st at the Celebrity Cruises Mobile Cinema. For festival passes, please click here.
“The Games We Play” has also been selected for the Newport Beach Film Festival, which runs April 20-27 in Newport Beach, CA. Dates and times of screenings will be posted when they become available.
“The Games We Play” premiered last Friday, March 3rd at the Cinequest Film & VR Festival as part of the comedy short films program. After the screening, a Q&A session was held with the directors in attendance. Below are two clips from the Q&A of Annika and her co-star Brooke Nevin. “The Games We Play” will have one more screening this Thursday, March 9th at 8:30pm at the Century 20 in Redwood City, CA. For tickets, please visit Cinequest.
‘The Games We Play’ premieres this Friday, March 3rd at the Cinequest Film & VR Festival in San Jose, California. The short film, which Annika wrote and starred in, will be her directorial debut. ‘The Games We Play’ is being featured in Short Program 7 – Comedy Favorites and will have a total of four screenings throughout the festival:
Friday, March 3rd at 9:30pm – Hammer Theatre / San Jose, CA
Sunday, March 5th at 3:50pm – Century 20 / Redwood City, CA
Monday, March 6th at 4:30pm – Century 20 / Redwood City, CA
Thursday, March 9th at 8:30pm – Century 20 / Redwood City, CA
Annika returned to ‘The Fosters’ as Monte Porter in the February 14th episode titled, “Cruel and Unusual.” If you missed it, you can view it on the Freeform website. Annika’s next appearance will be in the episode “Sex Ed” airing this Tuesday, February 28th at 8:00pm on Freeform.
Annika Marks is attached to star in the indie pic The Last Champion opposite Cole Hauser and directed by Glenn Withrow. Marks will play Elizabeth Barnes, a school nurse and childhood friend of John Wright (Hauser). After college, she returns to live with her widowed father (Bob McCracken). When John returns, Elizabeth struggles between her long-time unresolved feelings for him and her disappointment in how he has changed over the years. Marks is currently recurring on the Amazon series The Last Tycoon and the Freeform’s The Fosters. She is repped by TalentWorks and LINK Entertainment.
Don’t miss Annika portray two unforgettable roles in Donald Margulies’ play, “The Model Apartment,” closing this Sunday, November 20th at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles, CA. The remaining performances are:
The most challenging role, however, and the one which drives the story, belongs to [Annika] Marks. Its not easy portraying outrageousness without taking it over the top. But Marks never does…
-Deborah Klugman, LA Weekly
…no one can deny the absolutely astonishing Geffen debut performance of Ms. Marks. It is a tour de force effort born of two talented creative individuals – Ms. Marks and director Mazor. –Desert Local News
…it is the always astonishing Marks whose Debby will have you mesmerized, disturbed, shocked (often into horrified laughter), and shattered, and whose Deborah will haunt you as she does Max. -Steven Stanley, StageSceneLA
…the four actor-five character piece is a triumph for Annika Marks, who plays two radically different daughters with such finesse one actor seems to be missing from the curtain call. –So Cal Arts & Entertainment
“The Model Apartment” runs through November 20th. Tickets are on sale at Geffen Playhouse.
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