Writer/Director Anna Kerrigan splits her time between New York and Los Angeles. Her first feature, a drama called “Five Days Gone” (Nantucket Film Festival, Best Screenplay Brooklyn Film Festival) is available on Seed&Spark. Also a playwright, her play “The Talls” premiered at Second Stage’s McGinn Cazale Theater. She has developed her projects with readings, productions and residencies at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, Ensemble Studio Theater, Naked Angels, Lesser America and SPACE at Ryder Farm. A Stanford Grad, Anna has participated in Film Independent’s Producing and Directing Labs.
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Kati Rediger is a Colorado native and a graduate from Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. TV appearances include guest stars and supporting roles on Mysteries of Laura, The Blacklist, I Just Want My Pants Back, Law and Order, How to Make it in America and Gossip Girl as well as multiple national network commercials. She’s excited to be portraying cult icon Nico in the upcoming HBO series Rock and Roll. Film credits include Men In Black III and Unemployed. She has performed Off Broadway in Fat Camp, The Musical (A.T.A) and has appeared in lead roles in Bridge Over Land (Interart Theater) Sounds of Plaid, Smile, Angels in America, and Aristophanes The Clouds. Kati lives in Brooklyn with her darling husband Ashley Springer.
Ashley started learning magic when he was 7 years old and started performing professionally at 9. Around 18 he took a hiatus from magic that lasted until around the time The Impossibilities came along. In the meantime he studied acting at the Atlantic Theater Company school at NYU, and appeared in numerous films and series including Teeth, Dare, The Visitor, Losers Take All, Wolf of Wall Street, Nurse Jackie, and Be Here Nowish. Ashley lives and works in Brooklyn with his wonderful wife.
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A danish-american, grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, and now splits her time between New York and Los Angeles shooting films, music videos, web series, and commercials. Indiewire has named her one of 8 cinematographers to watch and her recent feature work includes Kris Swanberg’s “Unexpected” which debuted in main competition at Sundace 2015 and Carlos Marques Marcet’s “10.000KM” which premiered at SXSW 2014, where it received Best Performance for its 2 leads. She is also one of the DP’s for Vimeo’s critically acclaimed first original web series, “High Maintenance.” Her work has been noted and complimented in Variety, the Hollywood Reporter and by the ASC: in 2011 she received the prestigious American Society of Cinematographer’s William A. Fraker ASC Heritage Award for her work on Alex DeMille’s “The Absence.” Dagmar endeavors to make visually striking projects that compliment great stories and brands.
Hails from El Paso, TX. He began his career there as a film loader at the age of 15, decided not to go to college, and worked within the trenches of indie filmmaking in California from the late 90s through the first decade of the 2000s. He ascended the camera-department ladder in the traditional manner, rising from loader to 2nd, to 1st, to operator, and now cinematographer. He credits his knowledge of cinematography to DPs with whom he has worked, including Steve Yedlin, Brandon Trost, Tom Richmond, ASC, and Steve Gainer, ASC, to name a few. Chris takes pride in the hard work he has put into learning lighting, shot design, and blocking, and loves to do all three really fast. In his free time, he enjoys playing the pedal steel guitar. Heinrich resides in Brooklyn, New York.
Is an Australian filmmaker based in LA. He has cut a diverse range of projects including the features ‘Five Dances’ & ‘Pete Smalls is Dead’, award winning shorts ‘The Chair’, ‘La Pileta’ and ‘Burn to Send’ as well as a number music videos, commercials and art projects.
Jarrah is the happiest grumpy editor you know.
Is an actor and musician who’s in about 4,000 bands, and has had the good fortune to have collaborated with the likes of John Cale, Flea, Van Dyke Parks, and the Japanese music collective Acid Mothers Temple, amongst others. His last soundtrack was for the indie feature film, “Veeps”, and his last film appearance was in Steven Soderbergh’s “Contagion”.
Is a New York based Casting Director. She recently cast the The SXSW Grand Jury Prize winner “Fort Tilden,” The Berlinale, New Directors/New Films, Two time Spirit Award Nominated feature “She’s Lost Control,” the Sundance features “Appropriate Behavior,” and “My Best Day,” The Slamdance feature “Faith Love and Whiskey,” The Woodstock feature “Bastards of Young,” OutFest’s “Lyle” starring Gaby Hoffman, the web series’ “F to 7th” and “Be Here Nowish” as well as the upcoming feature “Black Dog Red Dog” starring James Franco, Chloe Sevigny, Whoopi Goldberg, Logan Marshall-Green and Olivia Wilde. She has cast over 30 shorts which have premiered at Cannes, Sundance, SXSW and The Clermont Film Festival. In addition to her film projects Allison works with House Casting, a bicoastal commercial sector of MILK studios. She cast the award winning play, “I Was Tom Cruise” and holds a B.F.A. from New York University, studying with The Atlantic Theater Company.
Is a Brooklyn-based chameleon of the art department. She has designed productions for everything from cocktail quarterlies to web series about bad dates and crazy Russians, fashion rags to music videos, and, of course, this exceptional web series. Furthermore, she learned how to do donuts at the tender age of 13, graduated as the valedictorian of her 8th grade class (beating out 9 other students), and won the prestigious “highest jumper” prize as a junior in high school. The sincerest desire of her adult life is to reunite with Anna Kerrigan and the rest of the best crew of her living life.