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Support Marlee Roberts' indieGogo campaign for Little Miss Perfect
Marlee Roberts is making her feature directorial debut with Little miss Perfect, a film intended to raise awareness about anorexia and other eating disorders. 

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Little Miss Perfect is a 90-minute live-action feature film that follows an overachieving teen, Belle, in her struggle with anorexia as she becomes involved in a secret online pro-eating disorder
community.

Our social mission is to raise awareness of eating disorders, primarily anorexia, and transform how they are perceived by society. By destigmatizing the disorder, those hiding it are encouraged to speak
out and seek recovery.

With the guidance of our Executive Producer, Karl Bardosh, and the assistance of clinical psychologist, Dr. Andrea Vazzana, we plan to make this film both compelling for audiences and truthful to the mental health issues upon which we are shining a light.

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About the Filmmaker:
Marlee Roberts (writer/director) has produced over twenty short independent projects in recent years including Private Justice which premiered at the Festival de Cannes 2013. Roberts made her directorial debut with anti-bullying music video Call Me Whatever, which received international recognition in schools, organizations, and campaigns worldwide. Her autobiographical short film, Free, is currently running the festival circuit with acceptances into the Charleston International Film Festival, Jax Film Festival, and Beverly Film Fest to name a few. Roberts’ early production experience has been as a professional actress, a member of SAG-AFTRA for twelve years. She can be seen in TV programs on ABC and Adult Swim Network and in films such as Spaz and The English Teacher. Little Miss Perfect is Roberts’ feature directorial debut.

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New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts