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Matt Newcomb

Matt Newcomb - Writer, Director

Matt Newcomb grew up in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where he began making short films in high school with his friends. He graduated from Iowa State University, where he studied computer engineering; when he's not making films, he's programming videogames, and he's worked on titles for Activision Blizzard and Disney. He's directed award-winning films for the 48 Hour Film Project and wrote and directed Last Wishes, the winner of the 2006 Fischgaard Film Festival. In his spare time he enjoys brewing beer and other fine fermentables.

Caley Bisson

Caley Bisson - Writer, Director

Caley Bisson grew up in Connecticut and graduated with Honors from the Hartt School, receiving his BFA in Musical Theatre Performance. While attending Hartt, he spent his summers performing at regional theatres all over the country. In New York City, Bisson founded the REMOTE THEATRE COMPANY, for which he served as Artistic Director until 2005. The REMOTE THEATRE Company's production of Bisson's play, MAP TO BUDDHA, which he also directed and starred in, opened at the John Houseman Theatre on 42nd street in 2002 and was an overwhelming success. In addition to his work with the REMOTE THEATRE COMPANY, Bisson also starred in many plays, independent films, and advertisements (you may remember him from AXE BODY SPRAY) while residing in NYC. In Los Angeles, Bisson founded Bissonica Entertainment to produce his own work. Through Bissonica, Bisson has produced music videos, short films, plays, commercials, and now a web series (in conjunction with Talenos Productions).

Ellwyn Kauffman - Writer

Ellwyn Kauffman graduated from UCLA with an undergraduate degree in History and after a stint in the corporate world went back for an MFA from the School of Theatre Film and Television, where he specialized in screenwriting. His vocabulary is generally limited to guttural shouts and monosyllabic grunts. He has a deep passion for the paintings of Pierre August Renoir, and usually can be found chained to a drum set - as his musical outbursts tend to be violent. He was also featured on a commemorative stamp issued by the US postal service in 2005.


Executive Producer: Paul K. Daniel
Co-Producer: Kaitlin Clark
Co-Producer: Beth Dunham
Co-Producer: Diana Gouveia
1st Assistant Director: Zelda Hallman
Art Director: Rhea Marasigan
Director of Photography: Ellwyn Kauffman
Editor: Ryan Robert Daggitt
Graphic Artist: Rhea Marasigan
Visual Effects: Ryan Robert Daggitt
Costume Designer: Linka Hovasapian
Make-Up Artist: Jamie Blair
Hair Stylist: Jamie Blair
Music: Carl Vaudrin
Sound Designer: Francis Gagnon
Sound Recordist: Jonas Breneman
Boom Operator: Jeff Blake
Camera Operator: Ryan Robert Daggitt
Camera Operator: Ellwyn Kauffman
Digital Imaging Technician: Brandon Fox
Script Supervisor: Siobhan Murphy


Executive Producer: Paul K. Daniel
Producer:  Jeff Winkler
Co-Producer:  Diana Gouveia
Co-Producer:  Kaitlin Clark
Co-Producer:  Beth Dunham
1st Assistant Director: Nathalie Curtis
Production Designer: Sara Ross-Samko
Art Director: Nicola Pizzi
Art PA: Brian Newcomb
Director of Photography: Trevor Mackay
Editor: Matt Newcomb
Editor: Ryan Robert Daggitt
Make-Up Artist:  Jaime Blair
Hair Stylist:  Taylor Black
Costume Designer: Linka Hovasapian
Sound Mixer:  Steve Blazewick
Sound Designer:  Christopher Marshall
Music:  Carl Vaudrin
Graphic Artist: Rhea Marasigan
Visual Effects: Michael Beck
Visual Effects: Ryan Robert Daggitt
Illustrator:  Chris Felts
Camera Operator: Ellwyn Kauffman
Camera Operator: Ryan Robert Daggitt
Digital Imaging Technician: Gabe Uhr
Script Supervisor: Naivashea Dean
Script Supervisor: Mark Carducci
Grip: Randy Casey
Grip: Karen Chu
Still Photographer: Beth Dunham
Still Photographer: Sean Michael Field
Production Assistant: Nick Silva
Production Assistant: Les Mahoney
Craft Services: Maria Gonzalez