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Rose’s Turn (2017)

OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes, 2018

WINNER BEST ACTRESS: The Victoria TX Independent Film Festival, 2018

WINNER BEST SHORT FILM: Near Nazareth Festival (NNF), 2017

WINNER BEST SHORT FILM: "Euro Fest" European International Film Festival, 2017

OFFICIAL SELECTION: MYRTLE BEACH FILM FESTIVAL, 2017

OFFICIAL SELECTION:Culver City Film Festival®, 2018

OFFICIAL SELECTION: Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, 2018

OFFICIAL SELECTION: Sydney Indie Film Festival, 2018

OFFICIAL SELECTION: International Women's Film Festival, 2018 

OFFICIAL SELECTION: Utah Film Festival and Awards, 2018

OFFICIAL SELECTION: SHORT to the Point, 2017

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Faith (2018)

WINNER BEST FILM NYCIFF, 2018

WINNER BEST FILM, FEMFEST, 2019

OFFICIAL SELECTION: VTXIFF 2019

OFFICIAL SELECTION: HRIFF 2018

OFFICIAL SELECTION: NNF 2018

OFFICIAL SELECTION: EUROFEST 2019

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FOOL FOR LOVE (2019)

"Director Kymberly Harris has served the needs of her cast, while clarifying the intent of the playwright with an artistry that has formed and shaped without intruding or over-burdening the staging once. In a play as volatile as this, that is a hallmark of directorial skills of the first order."

-Earnest Kearney, TVlution

"Kymberly Harris direction did a wonderful job in keeping Shepards play dark and raw."

-Robert Massimi, Geeks Media

"Fool for Love was 10 out of 10,  a really fine production. It covered deep, difficult topics with grace and kept the audience involved right until the end."

-Maggie Gould, Bloomberg 

"The director Kymberly Harris did a fine job with a splendid cast."

-Paul Berss,  NY Theatre Wire


INTERVIEWS

 

REVIEWS

“Harris brings up some interesting points in her script, questioning fidelity and freedom as her lead character gets drawn deeper into the shopkeepers web. Kate Marks staged and choreographed the piece for maximum effect, playing up the humorous moments to balance the sexual sequences. Together these woman have created a unique vision of how one indiscretion can change the course of many lives.”

–Elias Stimac, The Off-Broadway Review

“Rose’s Turn, was socially significant, original, and entertaining at the same time. In my opinion, her work shines, showing her to be a gifted actress and writer and director sure to accumulate great success.”

–Susan Batson

“The movie is Dear White People director Justin Simien’s Bad Hair, a horror satire about a black woman and her weave, which Cox hesitates to describe at length because the film has only been announced recently. But Cox does recount the process of preparing for her role of Virgie, which she’s been doing by working with her new acting coach Kymberly Harris to find what she calls a character’s “private moment,” which leads to a discovery of her “unfulfilled need.” It’s a process meant to help an actor discover more information about the character, she explains.”

-LAVERNE COX

“Kymberly gave me the tools I needed to become an active artist, both on stage and off, and I am deeply grateful for the confidence I gained while in her classes”

–Britt Lower

“Kymberly connects with each individual student to inspire them and direct them to reach their true acting potential.”

-Patti Brent

“Not only did Kymberly further my acting abilities, but she gave me a creative outlet where I felt like I could express myself.”

-Emma Blyth

“Kymberly is truly a diamond in the rough. Her coaching was certainly something I was looking for but never expected to find.”

–Steve Christopher

“Kymberly is certainly an expert in her field and great at preparing her students for the realities of the industry!”

–Lori Marmion

“With Kymberly the soul can breathe fresh air and the mind can explore depths of creativity that this hectic world barely leaves room for.”

–Markie Jo Crismon

“The method acting techniques we practice expand our range and capabilities, while giving us the opportunity to explore characters and the stories from a wide range of genres, writers, and mediums.”

-Marcus Smith

“Kymberly Harris’s professionalism and experience with the Method technique instructs and provides me with the capability to bring my characters to life. She offers a safe and nurturing environment to explore all corners of my creativity.”

–Kim Peavler

https://jewishjournal.com/culture/arts/241618/connecting-shepards-fool-love-metoo-era

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