15th Mar2023

HorRHIFFic 2023 Interview: Actress Ayvianna Snow

by Kevin Haldon

As part of his 2023 Romford Horror Film Festival coverage, Kevin sits down and chats to actress Ayvianna Snow about how she made it into the industry, collaborating with local filmmakers and what is next for Ayvianna.

Ayvianna trained at the Arden School of Theatre and Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She has a supporting role in ‘White Colour Black’ which screened at the BFI London Film Festival 2016 and was nominated for a British Independent Film Award. The film became available on Curzon Home Cinema and had a virtual cinema release in March 2021. She has a lead role in feature ‘Black Lake’ which won Best Cinematography at the Women in Horror Film Festival in Atlanta in 2020. It also screened at Montreal FearFest, ShockFest and Salem Horror Fest 2020. The film had a digital release on the CineExcess Digital Film Channel and Amazon Prime in March 2021. ‘The Tombs’ was released in the UK and US in 2019 and was nominated for a National Film Award. She plays the lead role in Ant Allin’s horror feature ‘Blood Spirit’ which screened at the Berlinale in 2019. She also appeared in the film ‘The Convent’ which opened FrightFest in 2018, and more recently horror films ‘The Lockdown Hauntings’ and ‘Wyvern Hill,’ both of which released in 2022.


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