Recent News & Media

 

 Virtual Hitman

Amanda Joy was interviewed by ComiConverse for her role in Virtual Hitman. Check it out here!

 

 Devil's Mile

"Kanako (Amanda Joy Lim) is taken on a road trip to a red place."

Amanda Joy was featured in Fangoria magazine for her work in "Devil's Mile."

Her photo is featured on Phase4's American and International Video Release Art


Her performance received positive reviews, with one critic noting:

"Lim as Kanako is just plain out and out creepy. She didn’t go out easy and she sure as all hell isn’t going to let anybody off that easy either. Hearing that dark growl come out of such a tiny little lady is enough to send me running the other way!" -patch.com

"...Amanda Joy Lim came to us through the audition process. Casting Suki & Kanako was the scariest and most challenging part of putting the movie together [...] they're pivotal to the story and have unique, very specific requirements; we looked at a lot of people and couldn't quite nail it down. [Amanda Joy] walked through the door, and it was like the character had come to life in front of me."

-Joseph O'Brien, Interview with  Dreadcentral

" Amanda brought some wonderful layers to Kanako in both her human and ghostly form. [She]  had very detailed ideas of why her character behaved in certain ways in both human and ghostly form, and I think she added a lot of subtlety and nuance to a character who could have, in lesser hands, essentially reduced to “scary ghost girl."

-Joseph O'Brien, Interview with Legless Corpse

 Disconnection

In the upcoming film "Disconnection," Amanda Joy stars as Sarah- a young woman who escapes abuse in Korea, only to fall into the clutches of an obsessed cult leader. Amanda Joy co-starred with Jean Yoon, and Simon Sinn.

 "Disconnection" was featured on CTV's eTalk

It had a large, gala premiere at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, where it received various media coverage.

 

Second Jen

Second Jen premiered at Reelworld Film Festival 2014, and Amanda Joy (lead actress, writer, and co-producer) was featured both on television and online media. Second Jen was so well received at Reelworld that it was later featured in Toronto's Asian Heritage Month.

Interview begins at 8:50

Interview with Chris Perrotte of Caribbean Headline News

Amanda Joy has also been interviewed/featured by:

InnerSpace (Devil's Mile)

Rogers' Caribbean Headline News (Second Jen)
Fern TV (Second Jen)
Electric Playground (Devil's Mile)
Future Shop Online (Trapped in Terra)