Emotionally Explicit – Dramatic Short “Voyeur” Premieres Online

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Los Angeles, CA, December 18, 2017 — Yesterday marked the online premiere of indie short film, “Voyeur,” a drama about family, terminal illness and distance. Filmed entirely in one location, outside an apartment in LA, the film chronicles the intimate moments of one woman’s struggle to deal with her father’s diagnosis. Written, produced and starring Stephanie Arapian, “Voyeur” is a beautiful, poignant reminder of the importance of love and family in the countdown to Christmas.

Inspired by real life events, “Voyeur” is dedicated to Arapian’s father who was diagnosed with lung cancer late last year.

Originally from Germantown MD, Stephanie Arapian earned her MFA from East 15 Acting School in London, after teaching English in China and Germany for five years. Her original pilot, “Waystation” placed in two screenwriting contests, and is slated for production in 2018.

For further inquiries or follow-up questions, please contact Stephanie Arapian at 818-679-4748 or [email protected]

Watch now at ShatterGlassfilms.net/Voyeur

Shatter Glass Films is an independent film production company based in Los Angeles and is dedicated to creating work that shatters invisible barriers and fosters human connection.

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