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Theresa McDermott has chased her “ideal” life as an urban-dwelling, punk(ish) singer-songwriter to the very end of its possible existence. She is broke, options have run out and she happens to have a few kids she is raising on her own since their dad split a year ago. Facing eviction and nowhere to go, Theresa […]
With debts piling up and no real job prospects on the horizon, former punk rocker, and single mother of three daughters, Theresa (C. Fraser Press), makes the most drastic choice she can: she moves her family back to the small town she grew up in, to live with her parents. And frankly, while Mom, Cloris […]
Single motherhood is an exercise in chaos — especially when you have a lot of growing up to do yourself. Such is the driving theme of the new comedy ‘Theresa Is a Mother.’ It is a family-centric film in more ways than one: Writer and lead actress C. Fraser Press co-directed the film with her […]
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The Chain NYC Film Festival in Long Island City awarded Theresa is a Mother four awards, incredible! We were very excited to be part of their first year. The festival is run by the Variations Theatre Company originally based in Manhattan. They took the leap to Long Island City and converted an old Chain Factory […]
Thank you LIIFE for awarding us the Jury Prize for Best Feature Film at the 2013 Long Island International Film Expo. Excited to have William Sadler present us the achievement and honored to share the evening with so many filmmakers. Thank you Debbie Markowitz and team for a great event.
Interview: Darren Press (Co-Director ‘Theresa is a Mother’) Posted Nov 7 2012 by admin_2 in Interviews, The Latest Theresa McDermott has chased her “ideal” life as an urban-dwelling, punk(ish) singer-songwriter to the very end of its possible existence. She is broke, options have run out and she happens to have a few kids she is raising […]
THERESA IS A MOTHER won BEST FEATURE FILM at the 2012 REEL Independent Film Extravaganza in Washington DC. Co-Directors and producers C. Fraser Press and Darren Press accepted the award. The award ceremony was held at the West End Cinema in beautiful Georgetown.