Zach Villa is dealing with a little health anxiety…
The 34-year-old Mexican American actor, singer, songwriter, dancer and musician will star in Addison Heimann’s feature directorial debut Hypochondriac.
In the LGBTQ-themed horror-thriller, a young potter’s life devolves into chaos as he loses function of his body while being haunted by the physical manifestation of his childhood trauma.
Bay Dariz is producing through his Minutehand Pictures banner alongside John Humber, with Michelle Lewitt handling casting.
Heimann is a queer filmmaker whose goal is to elevate and empower queer characters in the genre space. His shorts and web series have played the Chicago International Film Festival, Fantasia, Inside Out, Atlanta International, the Nashville Film Festival, Outfest, and the New York Television Festival, among others. They can also be seen online via Dust, Omeleto, Film Shortage, and Revry.
Villa’s previous credits include American Horror Story: 1984, Bordertown and Station 19.