Displaying emotions that run hot and cold—often within the same scene—they are mostly women of a certain age going through “the change.” At the center of the film is Moxie (Tanna Frederick, Jaglom’s current leading lady and wife), a thirty-something actress/producer at KZAM, Los Angeles’s last independent TV station.
Although she appears in a children’s show, she is working on a side project, a documentary about menopause.
One of Hollywood’s most prolific filmmakers Henry Jaglom of Rainbow Film Studio has married talented and gorgeous Hollywood IT girl Tanna Frederick, known for such films as “Hollywood Dreams,” “Irene In Time” and the upcoming “The ‘M’ Word.” The happy couple wed in an intimate but elegant ceremony in Santa Monica on December 29, the actress confirmed to Highlight Hollywood exclusively. Last year, Jaglom revealed hours of amazing conversations he had with his friend, the legendary Orson Welles, and “My Lunches with Orson: Conversations between Henry Jaglom and Orson Welles “ edited and introduced by Peter Biskind is now available on Gorgeous Tanna was under the weather on Thursday night when I spoke with her, but Highlight Hollywood will share more exclusive details soon.
And Henry Jaglom has never looked more handsome.”The couple will continue their creative collaborations, and reside in Santa Monica.
"He's the only independent director left who produces, directs, distributes and casts his own films. "(Lizzie) has a lot of longing and a lot of inner strength. For a lot of women whose roots are on the farm there wasn't an opportunity to cry when growing up, with so many chores to do morning to night.
Henry has been sticking that out since 1969 - he stays true to himself and his ideas." In "Rainmaker," produced by Henry Jaglom & The Rainbow Theater Company in association with Edgemar Center for the Arts, Frederick is the 27-year-old spinster Lizzie, who is taking care of her father and two brothers on a farm during the Dust Bowl of the 1930s. She vocalizes her opinions and feelings, but at the same time that has been the downfall of her dating life. I'm sort of channeling my great-grandmother and her sisters.
Present are patriarch George "Grisha" Isaacs (Jack Heller), his wife ... Alice, an actress, wants to direct an indie picture.
He specializes in distressed and repurposed street wear for both sexes, with an urban-military edge.Actress Tanna Frederick has found a creative soul mate in writer-director Henry Jaglom.Their collaboration on five movies and six plays -- with more on the horizon -- is indication of that.In addition to her acting and directing, the bride is a tireless environmentalist.The characters in Henry Jaglom’s The M Word are as talkative and mercurial as any of those the writer/director’s distinctive films.