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Like Me

Glass Eye Pix and Dogfish Pictures have wrapped principal photography of their collaboration Like Me, a genre- and mind-bending neo-noir starring The Town That Dreaded Sundown‘s Addison Timlin, Bloody Disgusting learned.

Timlin, pictured, plays the lead role of Kiya, a discontented loner who documents her own crime spree through social media, which provokes a disturbing Internet following. Larry Fessenden (You’re Next) plays Marshall, a paint-huffing motel owner who crosses her path. Ian Nelson (The Hunger Games), Jeremy Gardner (The Battery, Spring), and Stuart Rudin (Stake Land) round out the cast.

Like Me is the directorial feature debut of Rob Mockler, who also penned the script. The project was selected to participate in James Belfer’s Dogfish Accelerator program, which provided financing and business development for a slate of films, series, digital content, and animation. The film was also selected as an Indiewire Project of the Month.

Filming commenced on December 1, 2015, in Brooklyn before moving to Rockaway Beach, Queens, and Woodstock, NY.


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