"..Man and Woman stir,and they encounter each other, like amnesiacs who have forgotten their lives together. Esther S. Artner’s eyes open with wonder when she sees him (Mikaal Bates), pools of unplumbed depths. Later they will glisten with tears and look with the precision of a hawk into the distance – at thoughts or some unknown thing. Her lithe physicality unites body and voice; she speaks the Shakespeare firmly and without strain; meaning is lodged in the shape and softness of her breath.."
A once famous Greek actor finds himself broke in New York City having to work for a student German director.
Directed by Julie Deffet
With Stratos Tzortzoglou, Esther Sophia Artner and Stephania Papadopoulos.
Director of Photography: Valentia Caniglia
"...America is considered the country of unlimited possibilities. But how difficult is it for a young actress to take foot in the us? The Austrian Esther Sophia Artner has been living in New York City for four and a half years, studying acting at the prestigious actors studio drama school of AL·PACINO and is starting to play their acting and The talent from Vienna about auditions, discipline, hard competition - and why you don't get a lead with accent.
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They are trapped in a circle of salt, forced to face their scars, betrayals and vulnerabilities through a matrix of wit and words. They are both victims and predators, facing lifetimes of trauma in order to find their way out, move forward, and become free of lifetimes of hurt.
It speaks to the basic primal need in each of us for communication, understanding, and acceptance. In this way, the piece unites beyond borders, genders, nationalities.
with Mikaal Bates and Esther Artner
Written by Matthew Minnicino directed by Julia Sears
Starring Esther Sophia Artner, Sara Fay George and Andrea Goldman
A triptych of interlaced interrogations of explosive, uncomfortable, radiant womanhood - torn from the corridors of fact, the high towers of fantasy, and the endless night sky of pure fiction. Three women. Three stories. Inspired by Shakespeare's Macbeth.
The short tells the story of a couple and their path to soul liberation. In their Villa in Italy, a couple in their late 60s, Sofia (Madeleine Assas) and Olivier (Didier Flammand) are enjoying their vacation, the routine of their daily life has become their second nature. When Olivier is denied the career promotion he worked for his whole life, he changes, destabilised by this, Sofia struggles to keep her purpose and finally breaks through delusion by frantically repainting the villa’s walls.
This film explores the themes of letting go, surrender and honoring a deep relationship.
Maxine and Silvester two strangers meet and decide to spend the day together.
Esther was fortunate to attract an amazing team!
starring Stratos Tzortzoglou http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0879310/
co- directed by Alanna Dorsett
and cinematography by Erinn Clancy https://www.erinnclancy.com/
Hannah got her visa, the man of her dreams and her life set to thrive in NY.
In a triangular relationship this dream crashes. Find out more when it's released!
Esther is starring in Sartre's existential drama, three characters are placed in a mysterious room with no way out. Desperately trying to decipher the truth behind their situation, they discover how inextricably intertwined their fates actually are.
Chinatown Soup - 16 Orchard St, NY, NY
Jan 18th - 29th;
Wed - Sat @ 8p
Sundays @ 3p
Esther Artner as Estelle Rigault
Brian Uhrich as Joesph Garcin
Olivia Hardin as Inez Serrano
Devon James as The Valet
Esther had the the opportunity to represent the thousands of men and women who have been massacred and oppressed in Iran since 1988. The ensemble gave voice to the women and children who have lost their lives, cried with the Iran freedomfighters outside the UN, and provided a message of strength and hope. Esther feels grateful for this opportunity, for the the courageous director Shashwat Bhushan Gupta and the associate director Dr. Brian Rhinehart for guiding her on this journey.
Esther is starring as Mrs. Ericsson in Firdaus Ninu's new film.
It is currently being submitted to film festivals globally.
The lives of eight members of the "School" are revealed as the audience travels throughout the house. Secrets are revealed, and decisions made: you can be in the School or out, but not both. Those who are "out" threaten the Teacher's way of life, and the foundational philosophies of our School. Esther is currently playing Salome, the only female member of the Inner Circle and the Leader’s right hand.
In this piece, three women are confronted with corruption and the lies they tell themselves. In these entangled webs, one lie does not only lead to another, it can actually turn into reality. Manipulation becomes a valuable tools whenever a private or public opinion is about to be shaped.
We have a story to tell, a love story. Love has been and will always be a timeless source of inspiration for all artists. We want to talk about love but we really want to redefine how love is represented. We want to question the rules and traditions, we want to tell a story of love and detachment and the complexity of what those two words really represent for us away from the relationship culture we grow up watching. We are shooting a 3D film ( inspired by Godard's "Goodbye to Language" or Gaspar Noé's "Love"), we want the film to be an immersive and extremely contemporary experience both in terms of content and viewing experience.WWW.UPSTREAMMOVIE.COM
Directed by Michael Blatt, Esther will be performing along with Natalie Entenberg and Kathleen Simmonds in 'Women of Manhattan' by John Patrick Shanley.
The piece will be shown in week 3 of the Actors Studio Drama School Repertory Season.
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In only 3 brief weeks, the 3rd year actors of the ASDS will perform for the New York professional community at the Industry Showcase. Held each year at The Actors Studio, this event is designed to provide an opportunity for actors to get in front of Agents, Managers, Casting Directors, Playwrights, members of the Actors Studio, and other industry professionals.
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Esther will be playing the role of Andrea in the independent feature film 'Carmen' by Sergio Allard and Denis Arqueros.WRITE EMAIL