Last week, I had the pleasure of speaking to Alexia Anastasio. She’s a director, actress, and visual artist who will present her latest film, Little Fishes, at Cannes this year. I had a great conversation with her – enjoying her insights and opinions, as well as the pleasure of her company. You can listen to our conversation via the player below.
Little Fishes is an independent film about the feelings of and among three longtime friends. These three women struggle with passionate need – for each other, for unworthy lovers, for acceptance, and for hope. The yearnings of the human heart are universal, regardless of time, place, or person.
The movie’s Kickstarter project has expired, but the Fractured Atlas crowd-funding is still going on, so if you feel like contributing, please do so there. Both websites contain a lot of information about Little Fishes and Alexia, so you should follow the links either way.
If you want to follow Alexia and her work, you can check out her website, in addition to her Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube pages.
Little Fishes Teaser from Alexia Anastasio on Vimeo.