Synopsis: Mallory Memphis is a childhood urban legend come to life. It explores themes of beliefs and peer pressure told by an unreliable narrator. You will fall in love with Mallory and her group of rag-tag friends as they spark nostalgic conversation and reminiscing.
Paige K Boudreau is a Showrunner and Director for documentary and scripted projects. Having begun her career in the edit suite, she has a sharp and thoughtful eye for how to craft vulnerable, compelling stories. Paige’s eccentric directorial voice shines brightest in films including: Mallory Memphis, Up In Smoke, NOSTOMANIA, and The Indigo Undergo – as well as REELZ’s true crime docu-drama series Friends Speak. Currently in development for her first feature film, Paige continues seeking opportunities to collaborate with interesting people while telling meaningful stories.
Female Eye Film Festival - Canada - 2017
Edmonton International Film Festival - Canada - 2017
Utterly charming is how I would immediately describe Mallory Memphis, a short film recently screened at the Female Eye Film Festival. With an approximate three-minute runtime, the film manages to use a rhyming voiceover, playful music, and an absurdist bent to tell the tale of Mallory Memphis, the titular character who succeeds at everything but holding her breath. While the film seems joyfully upbeat at first, a dark turn near the end adds an element of surprise and dark undertones. - Melissa Gonik, http://www.ferntv.ca/mallory-memphis-charms-female-eye-film-festival/