Discover More About Evangeline
Evangeline Pullman has fled her oppressive family to create a new identity for herself at college. Just as she starts breaking out of her shell, she is brutally murdered after her first party.
Dumped in the woods, there she lies. Another missing woman in a town of missing women. But there is something watching from beneath the shadows of the trees, calling her back…
About Karen Lam
Karen has been a full-time producer since 2000, producing four feature films, seven short films, and three television series. Her first short film as a writer/director (“The Cabinet”) won the NSI Drama Prize in 2006. She has since written seven feature film screenplays, and directed four short films, and two feature films, “Stained” (2010) and “Evangeline” (2013).
Karen’s 2011 short film “Doll Parts” has been invited to over 51 international film festivals since its completion. She has been profiled in horror magazines “Fangoria” and “Diabolique”, and listed on Planet Fury’s “2012 Top Ten Canadian Genre Directors To Watch.” She was the series director on the true crime documentary television series “Very Bad Men,” (2012) for ten episodes, produced by Make Believe Media in Vancouver, and broadcasting on Investigation Discovery US and Canada.
She is currently in post-production on her second feature film, “Evangeline”, after completing two short films “The Meeting” and “Stalled”, both completed in February 2013.