The Fear Inside (2015)
An agoraphobic woman encounters unexplained events in her home and wrestles with whether her need to escape them outweighs her paralyzing fear.
The Fear Inside
starring Carrie Plew
with Megan Magee,
Victoria Logue and Rebecca Kopec
Written and Directed by Rick Hamilton
Original Score by Craig Klonowski
The Fear Inside premiered at Cinéphile 2015 in New Delhi and made its US premiere at the Queens World Film Festival. Nominated for Best Student Film at the Skyline Film Festival, Best Foreign Horror/Thriller Short at the Fort Worth Indie Film Showcase and Best Student Film at the EyeCatcher International Film Festival.
Carrie Plew is received her BFA in choreography and dance performance from UNC-Greensboro. She also trained at Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in Perth, Western Australia. As a choreographer, Carrie especially enjoys the challenges of site specific work and has created and performed installation dances for several NYC organizations- No Longer Empty, Flowers Art Gallery, Dance New Amsterdam and FIGMENT NYC. She is the founder of Danceploration Expedition, a panoramic, improvisational, traveling, movement experience in which the participants become the performers in a dance safari. NC Dance credits include: John Gamble Dance Theater, Jan Van Dyke Dance Group, Horn in the West, X Factor and Centennial Station Dinner Theater. NY Dance credits include: Maverick Dance Experience, INSPIRIT (Rehearsal Director and Company member), Malleable Dance Theater and Sydnie L Mosley Dances. Carrie is a licensed massage therapist and trained doula. However, her favorite job so far is being Mommy to her sweet son.
Megan Magee was born in Levittown, PA. She is so grateful to work with Rick Hamilton again after a long hiatus! Off-Broadway: Women Are Crazy Because Men Are A**holes, Cherry Lane Theatre (Hillary), Put a Fork in It!, Stage 72 - The Triad (Ellen/Florence). Off-Off Broadway Gymnos: A Geek's Tragedy, HERE Arts (Beta Carotene). The Fox and Boulder, Ophelia Theatre (Vertina). Nat'l Tour: Angelina Ballerina, (Miss Mimi). This graduate of AMDA and William Esper Studio also made her New York directorial debut this summer with the NY Premiere of Off-White at the Arthur Seleen Theatre. For more information visit Megan's website.
Growing up as part of a beloved Methodist minister’s family, Victoria Wilson Logue has intertwined faith and family as the foundation of her life. At various times and places, she has continued to serve her church through United Methodist Women and adult class teaching teams. Additionally, she held a longtime church staff support position and is grateful for seven years in the Stephen Ministry as a caregiver and leader. After graduating from Wesleyan College in 1960 with a BFA, Victoria married her husband Paul. She encouraged the bright, creative spirits of their children through appreciation of reading and the arts. She is proud their professional careers reflect these interests, as do the lives of two college-age grandchildren.
For more information about Rebecca, please see her website.
Craig received his bachelor's in music education from The Ohio State University and master's degree in the same from Cleveland State University, where he also studied double bass under Charles Carleton of the Cleveland Orchestra. In addition to music education and playing double bass, Craig's passion is music composition. His first composition project, When The World Goes Dark won 2 college Emmys among its 15 awards. Craig created "Little Bull Music" and his own string ensemble "Galactica Quintet" where he continues to offer services in music education, performing, arrangements, composition and arts integration. Craig lives in New York City and teaches middle and high school music in Spanish Harlem. He performs with the United Nations Symphony and One World Symphony. For more information, visit Craig's website.