Tara is a filmmaker who grew up in New England fascinated by local folktales and has been writing short stories since childhood. A former contributing writer for the live sketch-comedy show "TMI Hollywood" at The Second City, she wrote and produced her first short film, the comedic "Another Grace & Johnny Adventure: Zombie Island!" which went on to play the film festival circuit. This was followed by her award-winning sci-fi short "The Routine." Then came Tara's directorial debut with the critically acclaimed "Earworm," a horror/sci-fi short that went on to become an Official Selection of over 50 film festivals world-wide, winning ten awards (including Best Director,) and is now available on Amazon Prime. Subsequently she directed the 80s-themed music video "The Worst Thing" by The Skanx. Tara has also worked as a freelance writer and producer on a variety of projects for HBO, Travel Channel, Investigation Discovery, amongst others. She currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their two cats, and is in post-production on her next film, a horror/comedy titled "Tea Time."
"Earworm stands solid as a film that reformulates the Horror genre."
- Ken Artuz, DecayMag
"Nicely acted with atmospheric lighting and sound design, you will squirm in your seat as Thomas probes
the offending orifice in this slice of American body horror."
- Simon Ball, Diabolique Magazine
"Tara Price has written and directed a solid little thriller that will intrigue you, may make you cringe,
could have you shouting WTF and in the end will leave you grinning once you piece it all together."
- Ernie Trinidad, ernietrinidad.com
"For a short film Thomas gives everything, literally, everything. And Tara knows how to write, direct and tell the story she wants!"
- Patrick Smith, Through the Shattered Lens
"Worth a watch if you need a reason to cram earplugs in your soundholes at night."
- Matt Boisell, Dread Central
"Tara Price’s short works as she puts great work in getting the maddening presence of an earworm just right.
Earworm is a fun short with a funny and satisfying ending."
- Emilie Black, Cinema Crazed
“It unfolds like a ‘Twilight Zone’ episode...”
- Dave Richards, Erie Times-News
"Price has managed to create something that will stick with you the rest of the day..."
- Muldoon, Ain't It Cool News