Caroline Lobbin


Retro Memo

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Caroline Lobbin is a 4’10”, 75-pound Caucasian-American Actress who performs ages 9-13. She has long brown hair and hazel-colored eyes. Caroline has an athletic physique. Her work includes television, film, internet and theater.
The films she is featured in include: Maybe Someday, The Last Piece of Cake, It Begins Now, Arlo’s Clubhouse, Adelaide, El Tonto, Mia Collier and Granted.
Caroline as Ava. Directed by Michelle Ehlen. In the midst of separating from her wife, Jay attempts to move across the country to start her life over again as she grapples with the inevitable cycles of love, loss, and everything in between.
Caroline as Young Miranda. Directed by Chih Hsuan Hsiung.
Lower-class, single/only child, daughter of an abusive relationship, is seeking stability and love. Mia, with her mom, Jessica, moves out of Adam’s home in Northern California to Los Angeles to escape physical and emotional abuse. Overwhelmed by school bullies and a depressed, damaged, and busy mother, Mia turns to illustration, making sense of her chaotic world through drawing.
A middle aged man tries to get back his daughter, but finds himself living in a never ending circle of fantasy generated by his happiest memory in the past.
Caroline as Amelia. Directed by Kimberly Seilhamer.
Thirteen-year-old Adelaide, who speaks to us from the grave, protects her seven-year-old sister from the cravings of an abusive father.

Retro Memo
Presented by CAA Films
Directed by Zhaoyu Liu