Summer/Fall Schedule and Exciting News

Okay, just so there's no confusion, episode 33 is not the last episode of Season 2.  Its release just happens to fall at a time when we're taking a break from the monthly uploads.

(l to r) Jennifer Sklias-Gahan as Ava, Christine Cook as Louise

(l to r) Jennifer Sklias-Gahan as Ava, Christine Cook as Louise

A break?  Why the break?   (keep reading. . .please scroll down)

(l to r) Christine Cook as Louise, Mathilde Dratwa as Monique
(l to r) Christine Cook as Louise, Mathilde Dratwa as Monique

A) We're nearing the end of Season 2 and need to regroup in order to write and prepare to shoot Season 3 before the weather becomes an obstacle.

B) The wonderful episodes 12, 13 and 15 are going to be completely reworked and remastered for crystal clear sound this summer AND we're determined to make a trailer for The Louise Log.

C) We need a break.

BUT we're not going to abandon you with nothing to watch. There's also some exciting news:

(l to r) Leer Leary as the Camera Man, Tom Tinelli as the Sound Guy
(l to r) Leer Leary as the Camera Man, Tom Tinelli as the Sound Guy

Sundance Institute has arranged for How To Be Louise (1990) (my one and only feature film) (a comedy) to be released on Netflix, Hulu, itunes, and a whole long list of other platforms.  The release date is still to be determined.

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As a fan of The Louise Log, you might enjoy How To Be Louise as a pre-quel to The Louise Log--  what Louise was like in her 20's, before she ever got married (though Louise is played by another gorgeous actor you will also fall madly in love with: Lea Floden)  It was shot in Williamsburg before Williamsburg was what it is today and co-stars Bruce McCarty and Maggie Burke and an amazing score by Phillip Johnston of The Microscopic Quartet.

There is a trailer for How To Be Louise and dvd's are for sale in the store.

So please check back to this website and to facebook for updates and if you want to buy a t-shirt to remind you why you love Louise, please do!

Lastly, just like in school, there's a summer assignment:

Please send the link of one episode to ten people you think might enjoy it.

We're so ready to break out and reach a wider audience so this venture can become self-sustaining and we need your help!

Thank you and have a wonderful summer!

(l to r) Jennifer Sklias-Gahan as Ava, Christine Cook as Louise
(l to r) Jennifer Sklias-Gahan as Ava, Christine Cook as Louise