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Ever Eve, short film about Alzheimer's

Ever Eve is a beautiful short film inspired by the first hand experience of writer and director Jill Sachs who watched her grandmother descend into the cloudy reality that is Alzheimer's. We hope this film will bring awareness to the ever increasing numbers of people suffering from Alzheimer's and serve as a sharp reminder to live in the moment and simply seize the day. Watch the film below.

Dr. Marie August in Blood

Jane has just finished shooting Blood, a short film by Jared Towler in which she plays Dr. Marie August who tries to persuade Laura that she must devote her life to saving mankind by donating her rare blood.

Trailer for El Quetzal de Jade

James and Robert Dastoli of Dastoli Digital are hugely talented guys who created El Quetzal de Jade on a tiny budget and amazing use of green screen and technical brilliance. Jane plays Clifton's widow in this tangled web of intrigue surrounding a priceless Mayan artifact.

Check out the trailer below:

Voice over narration for Backlit Wall Art

Jane has just completed a video narration for Backlit Wall Art.

Backlit Wall Art are pioneers of a new kind of wall decor that combines cutting edge backlit LED technology with spectacular works of art by renowned award winning contemporary and abstract artists.

“We had the privilege to use Jane Noble’s talents as a writer and voice-over artist for a national video promotion. She was very professional and rewrote the script for stronger impact. I highly recommend her for any projects you may have in mind.” — Marc Brandt, Owner

New film: L.A. Slasher

Jane plays the mother of the abducted heiress in the new film LA Slasher from director Martin Owen, starring Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight) and Mischa Barton (The O.C.), in which. The movie will be released in 2014.

A biting, social satire about reality TV and the glorification of people who are famous for simply being famous, “L.A. Slasher” explores why it has become acceptable and even admirable for people to become influential and wealthy based on no merit or talent – purely through notoriety achieved through shameful behavior. Incensed by the tabloid culture which celebrates it, the L.A. Slasher publicly abducts a series of reality TV stars, while the media and general public in turn begin to question if society is better off without them.

Calendar Girls

Tricia Stewart, who came up with the idea for the original W.I. calendar, was in the house for the Opening Night of Calendar Girls at the Stanley Theatre, Vancouver. What a wonderful surprise to meet her and ask questions about the real women. Very memorable.

Green Card for an "Extraordinary Alien"

Jane is delighted that she has just been awarded Permanent Residency in the US (Green Card) in the EB1 category for persons of proven Extraordinary Ability. This category is reserved for those at the top of their field who have a record of sustained national and international acclaim and who have made original contributions to their art. Jane is looking forward to the new experiences that working in the US will bring.

No doubt about Doubt

See Jane as Sister Aloysius in the short film adaptation of John Patrick Shanley's Tony award winning play, Doubt. Set in a Bronx Catholic High School in 1964, Sister Aloysius, the school's strict principal questions a popular priest's ambiguous relationship with a 12 year old African American student. This adaptation comes from film makers Karen Dyer, Darrell Ditri and Thabo Wolfaart of the Los Angeles Film School.