The Louise Log is a highly entertaining and comical web series developed and produced by Anne Flournoy that depicts the life of a New York City housewife and mother. Based on a true story, the protagonist’s whispering inner voice reveals her thoughts about real-life issues and an insight into how women deal with ordinary and extraordinary situations.
Anne Flournoy created this web series, which became even more popular by earning a nomination in the Best Web Show for the 2013 Shorty Awards. The first two series (totalling 34 episodes) and the third series planned for production in the fall, stars Christine Cook (as Louise), Jennifer Sklias-Gahan, Pascal Yen-Pfister, Danusia Trevino, Mathilde Dratwa, and Catherine Siracusa.
The Louise Log is an underground favourite that also earned recommendation from the likes of playwright Eve Ensler (The Vagina Monologues), comedian and actor Suzy Soro, and the late and highly-renowned film critic Roger Ebert.
Watch how a NYC housewife deals with being a mother and the wife of a high-maintenance husband, as she handles everyday life events (and then some) while sustaining her addiction to caffeine. Louise’s over-active and very comical inner voice is sure to entertain you!
Meanwhile, The Sundance Institute is launching Anne Flournoy’s How to be Louise, her first feature film that will be available online via Netflix, Hulu and iTunes on May 7, 2013.
Enjoy all the episodes of The Louise Log at www.youtube.com/user/anneflournoy and keep up to date with information on The Louise Log at www.thelouiselog.com