Aemilia is best known for her writer/director/actor role in the award winning short film Best If Used By, BAFTA Award winner, LA Independent Film Festival Audience Award winner, official selection to Aspen Shortsfest, Seattle International Film Festival, Palm Springs International Short Fest, and many more. She has recently directed for Onion Labs and for DEFY Media Documentary Series for GURL magazine.
Evan was a key member in the Hearthstone Alzheimer Care and Ladder to the Moon NIH/NIA Clinical Trial as a play writer, performer, and key consultant in creating training material for the Scripted-IMPROV Program. Evan is a New York City trained actor and improviser with an undergraduate degree from Columbia University and training at the WARD Studio, Upright Citizens Brigade and the Magnet Theater. He has been performing in theater, film, TV, and Web for the last 10 years. He has produced numerous Web series and his debut feature film, The Eve, was released this spring (winner of the Best Thriller and Audience Award at the 2014 NYC Chain Film Festival).
Miranda was also a key member in the Hearthstone Alzheimer Care and Ladder to the Moon NIH/NIA Clinical Trial as a play writer, performer, and key consultant in creating training material for the Scripted-IMPROV Program.
She is the Best Actress winner at the 2014 NYC Chain Film Festival for her role in the feature film, The Eve, produced by the above. As an NYC-based actor, singer, dancer, and puppeteer, Miranda can be seen both onscreen and onstage. In addition to film, Miranda has appeared on various TV shows such as Rescue Me, 30 Rock, and Pan Am. Additionally, she can be seen in commercials nationwide. On stage, Miranda has worked with theaters such as Primary Stages and Rattlestick Theatre Company, performs regularly with the Treehouse Shakers, and recently completed a critically-acclaimed cabaret stint at Joe’s Pub.
Jay has shot numerous films and shorts in all forms of media and among his works include The Sun Don’t Shine, Paperback, Frontier, and The Sideways Light.
Max Rothman has been an independent filmmaker in New York City since leaving his role as assistant editor at NBC News in 2014. He has written screenplays accepted into the New Hope Film Festival, and wrote, directed and produced a short film accepted into the Cannes Film Festival Market. Over the past 2 years, he has produced short film projects ranging from the philanthropic to high-end commercials for emerging brands, and in early 2015, began working with Concerts in Motion, an organization devoted to bringing classically trained children and young adults to the homes of Alzheimer’s patients in order to put on intimate concert performances.
Olivia’s most recent short Aphasia premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. She has produced numerous shorts and Web series, and is also a writer and an actress.
Daniel started out as a mathematician in Minneapolis, his primary dream from grade school, it came as something of a surprise to everyone, especially himself, when he jettisoned his studies in graduate school in 1979 to pursue acting. Despite the considerable hardships of life in the Biz, he’s never regretted it. He moved to New York to get professional training at NYU Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Acting Program in 1986 and received his MFA in 1989. From that point he began working full time as a stage actor. In 2007, he began to explore film and TV and since then has completed 109 films.
Melinda’s recent TV appearances include guest turns in DAREDEVIL (Netflix), MANHATTAN LOVE STORY, the LAW & ORDERs, and LIGHTS OUT. She stars in the award winning film REVELATIONS.
Melinda just debuted at THE METROPOLITAN OPERA in a character role for their mad production of LADY MACBETH OF MTSENSK. Recent selected theatre includes: the infamous Maria Callas in MASTERCLASS, on Broadway in THE ROBBER BRIDEGROOM, Aunt Eller in OKLAHOMA with Kelli O’Hara for the Oklahoma Centennial, and Mrs. Higgins in the National Tour of MY FAIR LADY, among others. Melinda recently guest starred on THE INSPECTORS for CBS.
Christopher is an actor/musician in New York City. His credits include the original Broadway cast and 1st National Tour of Million Dollar Quartet, as well as shows at Lincoln Center, the Public, Cherry Lane, Rattlestick, the Wild Project, Yale Repertory Theatre, The Shakespeare Theatre in DC and many more. He is also known for his leading role in the short film Rolling On the Floor Laughing, which was an official selection at Sundance, Toronto, Milan, and the IFC film festivals.
Thomas, in addition to working as an actor in the USA, has had the good fortune to also work in film, tv, theatre in England, Ireland & Continental Europe. Film appearances in Lilyhammer, Dark Shadows, Captain Philips.