Play Date – Directed by Mashka Wolfe. This fun comedy short about relationships and puppets is Mashka’s directorial debut. It’s an official selection at the Dances with Films film festival and will premiere a=on June 14th at 5pm and the Chinese Theater in Hollywood. Produced by Little Dot Studios.

Y2K Babes – Starring, written, and produced by Mashka Wolfe and Jaden Lebel. A new media pilot about dating, mud men, eating ass, and feminism. Smart female millennial comedy with a glitchy edge. Official Selection Channel 101 Screening Los Angeles

The New Colossus – A play directed by Tim Robbins that toured the USA from January to March 2020. A play about the refugee experiences of the last hundred years, Mashka portrayed her mother and told the true story of escaping Russia in the middle of the anti-Semitism and political and economic “shock therapy” of the 1990s. Along with the rest of the cast, she collaborated with the director to write and workshop the play. Ovation Recommended.

Lonely in the Dusk – Starring Mashka Wolfe, directed by Jacky Song. A short film set in the 1950s about a young woman who seeks to reconnect with her lover after getting released from a mental institution where she was involuntarily treated for homosexuality. Official Selection at Dances with Films and the Newport Beach Film Festival.

Lifelike Webseries – Starring, written and produced by Mashka Wolfe, directed by Jaime Arze. This micro budget production cleverly uses story and plot to transform the deserted streets of Downtown Los Angeles into the dystopia in which a group of friends bonded by technology stumble upon an unregistered, unclaimed, and extremely advanced android that makes them question everything they know about technology, the government and their own self interests. Official Selection Moving Parts Film Festival, Official Selection Webseries Festival Global, Official Selection Bloodstained Indie Film Festival, Semi-finalist Los Angeles Cinefest

Have You Ever Done This Before? – Written by Mashka Wolfe, this short play won Best Play at the Hollywood Short + Sweet Festival. directed by Bronwyn Leland. Two women meet in a seedy hotel room for a romantic tryst but are rudely interrupted. A short play about women, men, sex workers, and the entertainment industry. In the era of #MeToo we have to ask ourselves. “Have you ever done this before?”. We have to ask it over and over again.


Best Play Jury Selection Hollywood Short + Sweet Play Festival

Official Selection Dances with Films

Winner Secret Movie Club Shorts Competition

Official Selection Moving Parts Film Festival

Official Selection Webseries Festival Global

Official Selection Bloodstained Indie Film Festival

Official Selection Channel 101 Screening Los Angeles

Semi-finalist Los Angeles Cinefest

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