FireFaux Entertainment and Fatemi Entertainment Group are thrilled to announce that Macleish Day and Alison Lani will star in the upcoming independent film “Once With Maggie.” The estimated budget of the film is $6,000. It is about the true love and relationships with a tagline: “You Only Fall For Your True Love Once.”
Alison Lani was born in the family of two clinical psychologists, which helped her build strong character, motivation, and behavior. She is on the stage since her school, where she played in the grade productions, The Jungle Book and The Brementown Musicians. Her actress talent developed further in high school, where she played in many dramatic acts, such as Contest Play, Speech, and more. Getting a BFA in acting, she pursued a professional career in Chicago where she took part in multiple productions at Chicago Dramatists, Redmoon, First Folio, and Writers Theatre. She also joined the Screen Actors’ Guild and Actors’ Equity, indie films and booked national commercials. The Glass Menagerie is her first leading role, where she played Laura.
Macleish Day is born in Boulder, Colorado. His art talent is noticed at a very early age starting to dance at the age of 2, to sing at 8 and act at 12. Sports like baseball, swimming soccer, golf, Tae-kwon-do, and tennis are another Macleish’s passion, which he combines with his theatre roles. But his greatest love is the performing arts. In 2003, Day played Oscar Linquist in “Sweet Charity” musical, where he got the ICA award for Best Actor in a Musical.
“Once With Maggie” is not the first collaboration between these two co-production companies. They productively worked together on “Duet For Four” where popular Jon Peterson, Briton Green, Jamie Renee Smith, and Chris Prascus star.
To learn more about the upcoming film “Once With Maggie”, please visit http://www.macjday.com