We’re very pleased to introduce you to all of our Blood of the Tribades cast (film web site) over the next few weeks. The film is currently raising money for production on Kickstarter.
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Kristofer Jenson as Sava
About Kristofer: Kristofer Jenson is a freelance editor and film journalist, and co-host of weekly podcast Spoilerpiece Theatre. For four years — two as a contributing writer, two as Associate Film Editor — Kristofer covered all things Boston film for alternative weekly DigBoston. As a freelance writer, his work has appeared in Somerville and Cambridge Scout, MC Weekly, Boston Magazine, among others. He is the former host of DigJenson on Dig Radio Boston, and Bunch O’ Bullshit on UNregular Radio. He has a BA in Russian Area Studies from the University of Vermont and an MA in Linguistics at Boston College. Blood of the Tribades marks his feature film debut.
What excites me the most about BotT: It’s been a pleasure, both as a Bostonian and as a cinephile, to follow Michael and Sophia’s foray into filmmaking. I’m as excited to be in it as I am to see it.
What scares me the most: Space horror and spiders.
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Favorite vampire: Katrina from Quest for Glory: Shadows of Darkness. Maybe it’s because I was so young when I played the game, but she was the first vampire character that truly scared me, as her initial allure became more and more controlling until the hero’s life was finally put in terrifying danger. She was sexy and mysterious, and an excellent introduction to the enduring appeal of vampire mythology and symbolism.
Anything else you’d like to add: I had two extra sets of molars behind my wisdom teeth. That’s six total teeth that needed to be ripped out of my head, but one was too close to the sinus to remove so they left it floating around. I always wondered if this meant I was a shark or a vampire. Thanks to Blood of the Tribades, I think I have my answer.
|photo by Jonathan Beckley