Thursday, June 3, 2010
AGYNESS DEYN'S film career is headed for Hollywood heights, after her debut film won an award at an American film festival. Her short film Acid Burn was awarded best foreign short at the Kent Film Festival in Connecticut. Director Matt Greenhalgh, who also directed Ian Curtis' biopic Control, predicts a glittering acting career for the model.
"She has the makings of being a brilliant actress," reported Greenhalgh to the Manchester Evening News. "There was none of that supermodel flakiness you hear about, she was just really down-to-earth and she brought that to the job every day. I think if she plays her cards right, her acting career could be even more fulfilling than her modeling career."
Deyn played a school girl caught up in the party scene. Deyn has dabbled with numerous acting stints, having featured in another short filmed entitled Mean To Me which received rave reviews. The model also performed a small cameo role as Aphrodite in this summer's remake of Clash of the Titans.
Acid Burn will be shown in Manchester as part of the 24/7 Theatre Festival this summer.
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