CARLY (LEAD ACTOR)
Alexandra Hetherington Breckenridge (born May 15, 1982) is an American actress, voice actress, and photographer. She began her career with supporting roles in the teen comedy films Big Fat Liar (2002) and She's the Man (2006). She later played reporter Willa McPherson in the series Dirt, and had a supporting role on the short-lived series The Ex List. She is also the voice of various characters on the animated television series Family Guy. She starred in the first season of FX's American Horror Story: Murder House as young Moira O'Hara, and portrayed Kaylee in the third season, American Horror Story: Coven. She portrayed Jessie Anderson in the AMC series The Walking Dead.
REBECCA (LEAD ACTOR)
Prior to becoming an actress, at age eleven, birth certificate altered to read eighteen, Sondra Kerr Blake toured as lead dancer with the Los Angeles Civic Light Opera, danced with Alvin Ailey, and was solo dancer/choreographer on the famed Movie Composer/ band leader Jerry Fielding’s TV Variety Show.
As an actress Sondra has starred in featured and lead roles in countless TV series, MOW’s and theatrical movies; particularly memorably as Ronnie Howard in the Charles Manson movie, “Helter Skelter”, and in a lead recurring role on the daytime series, Days Of Our Lives. Sondra also was cast and recently completed shooting a guest star role for the Jack Black produced comedy pilot “Ghost Ghirls,’ co-created and directed by Jeremy Konner, creator/ director of Comedy Central’s hit show “Drunk History”.
Sondra recently won Best Supporting Actress at the renowned Chicago Horror Film Festival for her starring role in the movie “The Caretaker” currently running on Showtime, out on Amazon, ITunes, VOD, Direct TV, etc. She is also featured in the soon to be released suspense thriller, “Wichita”, receiving accolades for her role where the film debuted Nov/16, at the Santa Fe Film Festival.
LIZ (LEAD ACTOR)
Born in Toronto Canada. Moved to Los Angeles in 2004. Television credits include Loudermilk - guest star, Bones - guest star, CSI New York - guest star, House - recur, Nip Tick - guest star and Cold Case. She currently resides in Hollywood, CA and continues to pursue acting and running her production company 'DahlHouse Productions" and playing in her band "The Dahls" with her twin sister Caitlin Dahl.
DIRECTOR, PRODUCER, WRITER
Born and raised in Toronto, Caitlin began her career as an actress on Canadian television, including such shows as “MTV’s Undressed”, “The Associates”, and “Degrassi: The Next Generation”. Since relocating to Hollywood, Caitlin has appeared on “Nip Tuck”, “House”, and most recently, “American Horror Story” and also wrote and directed an award-winning short film “White Picket Fence”.
Caitlin runs her own commercial film and video company, “Dahlhouse Productions”. She also sings and plays lead guitar with her twin sister Melinda in “The Dahls”, a Los Angeles based band who has had their music most recently featured in “Family Guy” and “Dumb and Dumber To”.
Caitlin's goal is to tell unique stories through collaboration with great actors and to explore and showcase the deeply personal, painful truths that can sometimes only be told through great art.
Thomas Scott Stanton is an award winning cinematographer, artist, photographer, and filmmaker with a unique artistic approach to storytelling and collaboration. His technical expertise with film or the latest digital technology help capture beautiful and compelling imagery, and set him apart from other cinematographers.
TAKE ME TO THE RIVER had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival and is being distributed by FILM MOVEMENT..
GROWING UP SMITH had its world premiere at the International Seattle Film Festival and was selected as one of the top five features in the festival.
He has lensed features with such actors as Kris Kristofferson, Beau Bridges, Dale Dickey, Robin Weigert, Josh Hamilton, Gina Gershon, Gillian Jacobs, Josh Hamilton, Luis Guzman, John Corbett, Justin Long, Jerry O'Connell, Jason Lee, and Hilarie Burton, to name a few.
The short film "deliá" played at the 2015 International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography CAMERIMAGE in Bydgoszcz, Poland in November.
Ali Helnwein is an Emmy winning composer and has orchestrated Grammy winning projects.
He composed all the music for 13 "Touch of Evil" short films, featuring Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Kirsten Dunst, Ryan Gosling, Gary Oldman, Glenn Close, Jessica Chastain, Rooney Mara, Mia Wasikowska, Michael Shannon, Viola Davis, Jean Dujardin and Adepero Oduye.
As an arranger/ orchestrator he did the strings on the title track to Florence & The Machine's No. 1, chart topping album "How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful" as well as Draco Rosa's Grammy Winning album.
Music for commercial & fashion films include Mercedes Benz, Wrangler Jeans, ESPN, Motorola, bebe, American Greetings, Orla Kiely and more.
In 2010 his “Rain” Violin Concerto was commissioned by Kat Von D and premiered in downtown LA’s historic Million Dollar Theater, conducted by David Campbell.
In 2006 he founded the Traction Avenue Chamber Orchestra, which he has been successfully conducting since. The orchestra has become known for showing up in places where one normally wouldn’t expect an orchestra, premiering new works, and playing to new audiences — performing in places such as a skatepark, a Chinatown Alley, the rooftop of the Standard, etc. Aside from his own orchestra, he has worked with many other orchestras across the U.S. and around the World.
English/Australian producer India Dupré won The 2015 Kevin Spacey Foundation Artist of Choice.
Her feature script STRIPPED was chosen for the inaugural Australians in Film Writers Lab, and shortlisted for The SundanceWriters Lab.
Her award winning short film STRIPPED is screening at festivals globally and she is producing film, music videos and content for Red Bull TV.
She received her BA from UCLA's School of Theater, Film and TV.