Socks is a film about love, colors, and sisterhood. Specifically that no matter what, no matter who you are, those who you call sisters will most definitely steal your socks!
We are proud to say that all socks we use in the film will be donated to WIN NYC. Founded in 1983 WIN has grown to be the largest provider of family shelters and supportive housing for homeless families in NYC. Socks are one of the most highly requested donation items at homeless shelters and we are happy to be donating all socks used to a good cause.
We are working with Sock Dreams to make this sock donation happen. Sock Dreams is a female founded sock company in Portland, OR. Founded in 2000 whose mission is to provide socks to everyone, regardless of their age, size or identity. - Because everyone deserves their dream socks!
Our aim is to have 150 pairs of socks to used in the film and then donated to WIN. You can help us make this happen!
Donate a pair of socks and get your name in the credits of 'Socks' as "Sock Prop Master"
Each pair of socks purchased through the link below will be used in our film as props. Which will in turn be then donated to WINNYC at the end of production.
1 pair of socks equals $5.
So click the button below and donate a pair now!
Broghanne Jessamine is a Co-Founder of Elemental Women Productions and a survivor. Originally from Scotland Broghanne has worked in Theatre (#metoo plays, The Left and Right Plays), Voice over (Panda and Krash) and Film since emigrating to the United States of America. Prior to moving to New York, Broghanne participated in numerous performing arts cultural festivals throughout Scotland and in Germany to bring theatre and performance that explores social issues to a wider audience.
A lover of storytelling, Elizabeth performs as a dancer/singer/actress when not working behind the scenes or writing her own work. After graduating summa cum laude from The Ailey School and Fordham University with double degrees in Dance and English, Elizabeth danced for a contemporary company, collaborating in the creation of three evening-length works and touring the Hamptons, Chicago, and the tri-state area. Now trained as a vocalist, she pursues a career in musical theater while freelancing as a copywriter, PA, and scriptwriter.
Sabrina Schlegel-Mejia, a Colombian/Swiss actor based in New York. Since graduating from AADA's conservatory program, Sabrina has appeared as Isabella in Measure for Measure and Antigone in People Vs. Antigone as well as Farris in award-winning short film GIRL FRIEND. Other projects include We Are Not Content!, JOJI, 22, We're Just Here To Swim, Cloud 9, Macbeth, Vessel of The Beast, Ledze and Lore, The Innocent, Albanian Gangster Part II, and The Uncounted.