Jennifer Jiles nominated for Best Actress at the Northeast Film Festival

For Immedate Release:  Jennifer Jiles gets nominated for Best Actress in a Short Film Award in the North East Film Festival

Jennifer Jiles, (NYC Rockettes) (Kicking & Screaming), is nominated for Best Actress Award in the North East Film Festival for her new film, “Mother of the Week”.  Her film was also nominated for the “Audience Award” in the 2015 Hoboken International Film Festival,

hosted by Gilbert Gottfried, with special Guest, Mike Starr, accepting his Lifetime Achievement Award.

“Mother of the Week” will have a screening at the North East Film Festival on September 13 at 4pm, at Teaneck Cinemas in Teaneck, NJ

followed by the Awards Ceremony at 7:30pm.

Jennifer Jiles,   Original Story, Writer, Producer, Casting Director, Lead ActorReal Mom!

Jennifer Jiles is an Emmy Award-winning comedic actress who’s worked with such stars as Tim Conway, Tom Poston, Samantha Eggar and Carl Reiner.

She is also perhaps one of the best known Ex-Radio City Rockettes because of her critically-acclaimed Off Broadway solo show, “KICKING & SCREAMING, The Musical!” about her years at The Music Hall.

Ms. Jiles most recently guest starred on the web series “Small Miracles” starring Judd Hirsch, and has appeared in the films “Flat Brim”, “Hey, You Never Know” and “Restaurant” starring Adrian Brody, as well as on television, including “100 Centre Street”, “Guiding Light” and “As the World Turns.” Jennifer can be heard and seen in numerous commercials (TV & radio), narrates children’s, young adult, non-fiction and fantasy genre audio books.

“Mother of the Week” also features: Mary Ann Conk, Steven Cutts, Nicholas Foti, Randi Kaplan, Simone Lazer,  Alessi Pizza,

Anthony Pizza, Lexi Zettle, and Mark Lobene.

“MOTHER OF THE WEEK”    is the story of a stressed-out working mom determined to be everything to everyone, no matter what the circumstances. This film is for “EveryMom” and anyone who knows and loves her.

Directed by Lee Davis. Original Story by Jennifer Jiles. Written by Jennifer Jiles & Frederick Stroppel. Executive Producers, Mark Lobene & Ron Verstappen.  Produced by Adrienne Paxton & Jennifer Jiles.

“Mother of the Week”, is tells the story of STACEY, (Jennifer Jiles), a 41 year old career woman has it all together, with the invaluable help of her children’s perfect, inside and out, nanny, MARISA, whom the three kids love, and Stacey’s husband TIM doesn’t mind looking at either. When Marisa takes a week vacation, Stacey is happy to prove herself and reassert her own role as Mon and sexy wife.

Easier said than done. Stacey finds that without Marisa’s help, taking care of family and work is a little more than she can handle. Nothing goes right, she messes up breakfast. she falls asleep at work, she’s late picking up the kids at school, and her biggest challenge is winning back the affections of 6 year of KAITLIN, who misses Marisa and finds Stacey a poor substitute. Stacey goes crazy trying to keep everybody happy, and she eventually admits to her best friend DAWN, ‘ I just can’t seem to hold it together.’

She keeps trying to be the perfect mother, but is rebuffed by Kaitlin, who screams, ‘ I hate you. You’re not my mommy!’ Stacey is defeated and finally realizes that something has to give. The next day, she takes Kaitlin to a salon so that they can get manicures while having lollipops. That night, Kaitlin follows her mother around until finally Stacey crawls in bed with her, and they snuggle together in a loving embrace. Still, Kaitlin admits, ‘ I miss Marisa.’ Stacey replies, ‘Me too.’

See the trailer: