Experiencing Interruptions?

Imagine That!

Its Billy’s 11th birthday! Kit and the other imaginary friends wonder what happens once a kid has to let go of their imaginary friend.
Directed by Katie O'Grady Field
Written by Jacob Bean-Watson
February 2019
Kids make a REAL MOVIE!! Coach Katie O’Grady teams up with industry professionals that write, direct, shoot, edit and create a short film. This is a three day long movie making experience with the A-Z's of being a working actor. The film is screened in a professional movie theater with family, friends and industry watching. This is as close as it gets to being a star! Learn more about our next workshop e-mail us at info@actingforkidsandteens.com

  • Katie O'Grady
    Director
    NIKE, InRage Ent./ Sony Music -Empty Spaces
  • Jacob Bean-Watson
    Writer
  • Chelsey Rae
    Producer
  • Project Type:
    Short, Student
  • Runtime:
    12 minutes 45 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    February 10, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    4,165 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
Director Biography - Katie O'Grady

Katie is a fifth generation Oregonian with Irish roots and 20 years on sets in every capacity from actor, director, producer, screenwriter and more. Her multi-faceted expertise brings tremendous value to her sets, where she wears many hats, making everyone’s job easier. Integrity of the work, giving clarity, collaboration with a team and sharing the success are essential pieces to Katie’s spirit. Her busy acting studio for kids and teens keep her in check to emerging trends.
Directing

NIKE

InRage Ent./ Sony Music -Empty Spaces

Carerra

Bensimon Center/Mercedes/PFSA

The Bensimon Center

Shopkick

Job Today

Magic Kinder

Plasmon

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Director Statement

Bringing Out The Best On Set
Katie’s worked on sets for 20 years and when not on set, she’s coaching actors. She’s a director who gets actors. Everyone in front of a camera must tell a story, convey a message and turn out a performance that brings them there quickly and authentically. Find the truth in every actor and you’ll get their best.