Gabrielle Stone Wins Two "Best Actress" Awards in the Festival Circuit for her Directorial Debute of the Two Time "Best Short" winner, "It Happened Again Last Night"

“It Happened Again Last Night” marks the directorial debute' of Gabrielle Stone.  The daughter of celebrated and accomplished film and TV stars, Dee Wallace and the late Christopher Stone, Gabrielle has developed a sterling reputation as an Actress/Writer and now Director with an amazing pedigree and an impressive industry list of 40 credits to her name. This is Gabrielle Stone's second best actress win and second win for BEST SHORT for 'It Happened Again Last Night.' Gabrielle partnered with Roze, whom directed her in Lionsgate's “Speak No Evil,” and together they co-wrote, co-produced, and co-directed this compelling project, which is now making waves on the festival circuit.

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“An actor is something less than a man, while an actress is something more than a woman,” actor Richard Burton is quoted as saying.  The best female performance award at the BHFF is presented to an actress who is capable of summoning a wide range of emotions, has taken risks and stretched the dimensions of her character, and is in command of the necessary skills to invoke a captivating performance," says the BHFF fesitval website, "We select the winner of this award based on these principles." While Best Short Film is selected judged on a captivating story, well-rounded characters, and aesthetic values unique to the medium. The BHFF Jury makes its selection for this award by selecting a short film that fits these factors.

Gabrielle is preparing for her next projects, "Swell," a coming of age festival drama directed by Justin Lee, co-starring with Summer Spiro and join Tatum O'Neal, Maureen McCormick, Luke Macfarlane, and Michael Madsen in 'Rock Paper Dead,' a suspense film directed by Tom Holland (Child's Play, Fright Night).