Writer-director Quinn Shephard spoke with Solzy at the Movies about Not Okay and filming in New York during the summer. The film is a brilliant social media influencer satire. Zoey Deutch stars as Danni Sanders, a photo editor who aspires to be an influencer on social media. When she pretends to be at a writer’s retreat in Paris, disaster strikes when a terrorist attack hits the city. She uses the opportunity to become a famous…"Quinn Shephard talks Not Okay, Filming in New York"
Not Okay, the new film from Quinn Shephard, is a dark comedy that also has something to say about social media influencers. Let’s get one thing out of the way first: there is nothing funny about terrorist attacks or school shootings. Quinn Shephard just happens to find the funny in the most absurd of situations: a wannabe influencer, Danni Sanders (Zoey Deutch) who pretends to be in Paris just before there is a major terrorist…"Not Okay: A Social Media Influencer Satire"
In her feature debut, Blame, Quinn Shephard just about does it all and proves to be a revelation. Whether it’s directing, writing, acting, editing, or producing, Shephard is a versatile talent. Not many filmmakers would do this much in their feature debut by Shephard rises to the challenge. It does not hurt that she has a real knack for storytelling. Abigail Grey (Quinn Shephard) isn’t your typical student. She’d rather have her nose in a…"Blame: Quinn Shephard is A Revelation"
Midnight Sun is a Nicholas Sparks-esque film that goes for comedy until the melodrama heats up in the third act. Katie Price (Bella Thorne) is a high school senior and rather than have a normal life, she’s stuck at home due to her being diagnosed with a rare genetic condition, xeroderma pigmentosum. She spends her days hanging out with her dad, Jack (Rob Riggle) and her best friend, Morgan (Quinn Shephard), while writing songs and…"Midnight Sun: It’s a Nicholas Sparks-Esque Film"