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Actress Kasia Trepagnier to Add Star Power to Louisiana Float During The 2024 Tournament of Roses Parade®, Capping Off a Year of Film Festival Triumphs


Actress Kasia Trepagnier to Add Star Power to Louisiana Float During The 2024 Tournament of Roses Parade®, Capping Off a Year of Film Festival Triumphs

Award-winning actress and producer Kasia Trepagnier, celebrated for her remarkable lead role in the critically acclaimed film “Mood,” is set to add star power to Louisiana’s float during the 135th Tournament of Roses Parade® in Pasadena, California, on January 1, 2024.

Fresh from the film festival circuit triumphs of “Mood,” where the captivating actress played ten different personalities, the production has received an astounding ten laurels at prestigious film festivals worldwide.Notable festivals include the Nashville Independent Filmmakers Festival, Black Film Fest ATL (BFF-ATL), Atlanta Movie Awards (both Spring and Summer editions), Urban Mediamakers Festival, Micheaux Film Festival, Oakland Film Festival, Gulf Coast Film and Video Festival, St. Louis Film Awards, and Vancouver Independent Moviemaker Awards.

The unprecedented recognition is a testament to the exceptional work of the entire “Mood” team, highlighting the talent of Kasia Trepagnier, the film’s visionary director Anthony R. Page, and the dedicated crew.”Mood” has captivated audiences with its thought-provoking storyline, powerful performances, and innovative cinematography.

Trepagnier’s portrayal of the film’s complex and relatable character has garnered widespread praise, solidifying her position as a rising star in the world of cinema.”I am truly honored and humbled by the overwhelming recognition ‘Mood’ has received, with a remarkable ten laurels from esteemed film festivals,” shared Kasia Trepagnier. “It’s a testament to the incredible team behind this project and the power of storytelling. ‘Mood’ explores the complexities of the human experience, and I’m grateful that audiences and festivals around the world have embraced it.

This journey has been an incredible opportunity for growth and learning as an actress, and I couldn’t be more excited about what the future holds.”As “Mood” continues its festival circuit journey, audiences can anticipate more opportunities to experience this exceptional film on the big screen.

The film’s success at prestigious festivals serves as a testament to its lasting impact and enduring appeal.In addition to her cinematic triumphs, Kasia Trepagnier will bring her star power to the Tournament of Roses Parade® in Pasadena, California, riding on Louisiana’s float.The parade, scheduled for January 1, 2024, will showcase Louisiana’s rich cultural tapestry under the theme “Celebrating a World of Music: The Universal Language.”For fans eager to stay connected with Kasia Trepagnier and receive the latest updates, news, and exclusive content, please visit her official website and follow her on social media @kasiamae.You can also follow Kasia on Instagram @kasiamae.

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