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Synopsis: Hot shot roller derby skater Vicky Valentine only cares about winning. After a night of drowning her team’s loss at the bar, she encounters her #1 fan. Offering her a ride home from the bar, Vicky wakes up the next day to find out her biggest fan has more than just a little crush.



Run Time

62 minutes


Kate ROBERTSON-PRYOR (Vicky Valentine)
Anthony Hunke (Beau)
Sarah Brings Three White Horses (Sneak Easy)
Kristen Ford (Knockout Nancy)
Moira Curry (Cameron Double-Diaz)

Directed by

Jamie Wede

Written by

Leah Simmons

Produced by

Jeremy Stevermer

Executive Producer

Andrew McLean


Tony Begley

Director's Bio

Jamie graduated high school in 1994. He attended college his freshmen year at South Dakota State University with an acting and journalism scholarship. In 1995, he transferred to the University of Nevada at Las Vegas where he pursued a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film Studies. In January of 1998, he returned to South Dakota and Graduated in December of 1999 with a Bachelor of Science in Communications with a minor in Theater. In 1999, Jamie produced and directed his first short film, Fata Morgana, shot on 16 mm black and white film. In 2001, he attended the Cannes Film Festival, with Troma Films to promote Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV. He would later appear in Troma’s documentary, All the Love You Cannes. In 2009, he directed a short film for the 24 Hour Film project competition in San Francisco. His short “Absolutely, Positively, One-time” won the award for best editing and was runner-up for best cinematography. In 2014, he had a supporting role in the romantic comedy, I Really Hate Coffee, written and directed by Nathan Maas. In 2017, he appeared in Dustin Ferguson’s episode of Tales from the Graveyard titled “Demonoids”. He would continue to work with Dustin Ferguson with a small role in Nemesis 5 in 2017 and a pivotal role In Conjuring Curse in 2018. In 2019, he played a racist neighbor in the short film, Eat the Rainbow, written, produced, and directed by Brian Benson.

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