I have a very special post for you today. I’ve had the chance to talk with an amazing woman who lives in the Hollywood area, who wrote, produced and starred in a movie about costumes!
The world is about to fall in love with Rebecca Jupiter and her new movie, All Dressed Up.
Rebecca Jupiter plays the main character, Daphne, who loves dressing up in costume. So she throws a Halloween party in June – “Everyone loves to dress up! Why should we wait until October?”
Through her love of costumes she finally meets the right guy. Aww, this story sounds too good to be true!
Here’s the trailer for All Dressed Up.
This movie looks really funny and romantic. It’s awesome that her love of costumes leads to finding the right guy.
I asked Rebecca how she came up with this idea, and she explained:
The character of Daphne is definitely based on me and my experiences. People kept telling me, you’re a great writer, why don’t you write yourself an awesome role, and I kept starting different screenplays and they wouldn’t go anywhere. Then I realized – it should be a comedy! And then everything fell into place.
I have always loved dressing up in costume, and waited all year for Halloween, and then last year for the first time I went to Burning Man and everything just clicked. My creativity was opened up, and when I got home, I wrote the script and starting working on it. So much fun. It turned into a much bigger project than I had originally planned! But the films looks great so I am really psyched.
All Dressed Up is currently making the rounds at film festivals, and Rebecca is shopping it to cable channels and other various means of distribution. How exciting!
For more information about Rebecca Jupiter, and All Dressed Up, you can visit the following links:
Rebecca Jupiter’s Demo Reel
Rebecca Jupiter on IMDB.
Rebecca Jupiter’s Blog
All Dressed Up on IMDB
Rebecca Jupiter’s Performing Website
Rebecca Jupiter’s Performing Resume
Rebecca Jupiter is extremely lovely and talented. I’m honored to have had the chance to talk with her and promote this special costume movie.
Here at MyDisguises, we will certainly be keeping an eye on her, and hope we get a chance to feature more of her work in the future.
Thanks, Rebecca – and congratulations on a job well done!