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article imageOp-Ed: Anita Gillette is Emmy-worthy in documentary-style special

By Markos Papadatos     Apr 2, 2021 in Entertainment
Veteran actress Anita Gillette is Emmy-worthy in "After Forever: Riley's Unforgettable School Project." Digital Journal has the scoop.
It was co-created by the late but great Emmy winners Michael Slade and Kevin Spirtas, both of which also served as co-executive producers. Slade wrote the script for Riley's Unforgettable School Project prior to his passing; moreover, Allison Vanore served as director and producer.
Anita Gillette will break your heart in a million pieces in Riley's Unforgettable School Project in her role as Frannie, where she recalls her late son Jason Addams, who succumbed to cancer in this documentary-style special.
Her powerful acting performance as the grieving mother in this special ought to be enjoyed for its authenticity, rawness, subtlety, and pathos. She was also severely snubbed for a 2020 Daytime Emmy nomination in last year's digital acting categories, so scoring a nod this year will make up for it.
She proves that she is more than worthy of a 2021 Daytime Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Daytime Fiction Program."
After Forever: Riley's Unforgettable School Project is available on Amazon Prime Video. It garnered a favorable review from Digital Journal.
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