In the time since the short film “Snowflake” had its premiere at Worcester Showcase Cinemas North in 2016, certain social forces have gently blown the movie in a somewhat unexpected direction.
When you’re named Best Actress in a Short Film at the Boston International Film Festival on your first effort, you celebrate.
Ava Fratus raps on stage likes she belongs there and she plays to her audience like she’s being doing it for years. It feels good to be Ava, she said.
The 9-year-old Carver Elementary School fourth-grader performs all over the East Coast and is gearing up to star in her first movie, a short film called “Snowflake.”
Originally, Lucas of Worcester envisioned Jesse as a 20-year-old white female rapper in a movie titled “Snowflake,” which she has long been planning to make via her production company, Goldilocks Productions.