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When creative minds come together with the passion and desire to collaborate nearly anything is possible. That’s what happened when playwright Jenelle Riley took a step back from her day job as Features Editor at Variety to write a screenplay for a short film while enlisting the help of her equally talented friends Jennifer Morrison who rose to the challenge of first-time director along with seasoned producer Andrew Carlberg.
Their labor of love started as an idea from a 24 hour event at a local LA theater company which later blossomed into WARNING LABELS, a quirky nontraditional romantic comedy about a couple of employees from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and their misguided views about love.
Recently I had the pleasure of interviewing Jenelle, Andrew and Jennifer to discuss their short film and the exciting road to Tribeca. WARNING LABELS is set to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival Saturday, April 18th in New York.