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She directed Anne Dudek (a regular on Mad Men (2007), Big Love (2006) and David Dayan Fisher (a regular on 24 (2001), NCIS (2003), to great reviews; her acting credits also include The Walking Dead, Hap and Leonard, Tales of Halloween, and Let Us Prey.
Pollyannna McIntosh began her career at age 16 in independent film and theatre. A move to Los Angeles in 2004 brought on more theatre, including a production of The Woolgatherer, in which she directed Anne Dudek (a regular on Mad Men (2007), Big Love (2006) and David Dayan Fisher (a regular on 24 (2001), NCIS (2003), to great reviews.
Her demanding turn as the lead in Lucky McKee's The Woman (2011) made shock waves at Sundance 2011, brought rave reviews, cemented her place in cinema as a strong, uncompromising female presence, and topped the New York Times readers' favorite movies poll. For her performance, she was awarded three Best Actress awards, including Total Film's Frightfest Award and Fright Meter's.
Darlin’ marks her first time behind the camera as director.