Victoria Bugbee is an multimedia artist who moves freely between filmmaking, writing, producing and directing for stage and creative design. Her current project is bringing her first independent feature "Out of State - A Gothic Romance" to screen.
See sizzle reels on our website: http://outofstate-thefilm.com
Principal Photography was shot this summer - 100 scenes in 21 days at Bugbee's Victorian home and garden in Hastings on Hudson. Ilya Shnitser was Director of Photography and Bugbee's Co-Producer is Cherie Fortis. The feature is set in a small town in Pennsylvania and the time period is 1990's. It stars Sarah Moliski, Caroline Winterson, James Nester, Avery Ryder Turner, Tess Warren, Lynne Goldberg, Matthew Brueckner, Peter Bugbee, and Dave Scheffler.
Logline: Elsa, 18, is a high school senior when she is sent to live with her strange step-relatives, Aunt Marcia and her 20-something sons, Tab and Emery. They are both quirky shut-ins who fall madly in love with her.
Bugbee has written, produced and directed numerous theatrical and on-site performance works in Atlanta and New York.
Her Commissions and Awards include:
Creative Time and Lincoln Center Out Doors commission to write and producer
"A Surreal Soap Opera - Toxic Waste Meets Resortland."
New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship for Playwrighting to expand a one act play.
"Life and Death With Business In Between."
Bureau of Cultural Affairs, City of Atlanta - 3 Artist Initiated Grants to write and produce
"The Atlanta Trilogy - 3 One Acts. "Murder," "The Vacation" and "Boxer Shorts"
New York Foundation for the Arts Fiscal Sponsorship to promote a new play worldwide
"The Gas Station Project"
RiverArts and Arts Westchester Staged Reading of "The Gas Station Project"
Other Film and Video Productions:
Bugbee has worked with Bill Marpet and Andy Biskin at B Productions of New York producing commercials, video walls, trend reports, TV segments, and image pieces for the fashion and beauty industries. With George Warren she designed the CGI trailer for David Cronenberg's movie "Videodrome," at Digital Effects. She worked with cel animator Doros Evangelides, National Video Center and at George Parker Productions
Her feature articles on film and video have appeared in American Cinematographer, Backstage, Millimeter, Computer Pictures, Videography and Sequence.
Trained as a visual artist her one woman show of mural size pastels was dubbed "KABOOM" by the New York Times. The traveling exhibition explores Chinatown USA and its incredible tradition of fireworks.