For those hoping Tamara Adama and her V-world boyfriend Heracles would reconnect, this might be the closest you’ll get.
Genevieve Buechner, who plays the dead-but-virtually-alive Tamara Adama in Syfy’s high-concept series “Caprica” has joined the cast of the independent film “Judas Kiss” as a student at Keystone Summit University, a school that lies at the crossroads of parallel timelines, its producers announced Saturday. She joins Richard Harmon, who played Heracles in two episodes of “Caprica,” who was cast as Danny Reyes in “Judas Kiss” months ago.
“We’re thrilled our little independent feature caught Genevieve’s notice, and that she wants to be a part of it,” director J.T. Tepnapa said in a release.
Tepnapa, known for his work in the fan productions of “Star Trek: Phase II” and “Star Trek: Hidden Frontier” as well as the independent short “Masturbation: Putting the Fun into Self-Loving,” has been developing “Judas Kiss” with production partner Carlos Pedraza. It also stars Charlie David of “Dante’s Cove” game as Zachary Wells, Timo Descamps as Shane Lyons and Brent Corrigan as Chris Wachowsky.
The film tells the story of a failed Hollywood filmmaker who gets the chance to return to his film school to confront his tortured past and avoid a troubling future. It will be shot in Seattle this month, and also will be the site of a special Alpha Waves Radio broadcast from the set in late August.
Buechner has a strong genre past beginning with the role of China in the “Jeremiah” episode “Ring of Truth” in 2002 followed by guest appearances in “The Dead Zone,” “The 4400,” “Supernatural” and “Masters of Horror.” She also had a small role in the 2009 film “Jennifer’s Body.”