Tim C. Szabics (Marsgohome) is a pixel-pushing puppet master, musician, artist, storyteller, VFX/MoGraph designer, pun master, and filmmaker born with a burning desire to entertain through subtle suggestions of a new and counter-culture view. Most notably known for music videos, internet tv shows, national and international commercials, infomercials along with several award-winning shorts that seem to push the limits of expectations all while harnessing the fire of a DIY spirit.
Actress/Producer Jennifer Tung was the youngest person to be crowned Miss Chinatown USA at the age of 17 and served as goodwill Ambassador, representing The Chinese Americans of the USA traveling throughout China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.
She has worked in the Film and Television industry for more than 20 years and is best known for her roles in “Kung Pow, Enter the Fist” with Steve Oedekerk (2002) and the J.J Abrams Television series, “Alias” (2001-2006), working opposite Quentin Tarantino. Jennifer has appeared in episodes of the popular T.V. shows “Beverly Hills: 90210”, “The Pretender”, “E.R.”, “NYPD Blue”, “JAG”, and many others. She has also had roles in the films; “What Lies Beneath”, and Star Trek: Insurrection”.
She was Executive Producer of the multi-award-winning short film, “Shadows and Light”, as well as Producer, Social Media, and Crowdfunding Organizer on such ambitious projects as “Harbinger Down” By Alec Gillis/Studio ADI and “The Yellow Feather”, which have been, to date, the highest-funded films in their categories in Kickstarter history. Her recent projects include producing independent films “The Black Gloves”, “Remember the Sun”, and “Dirty Bomb”.
Kyle Leatherberry is an American actor who has been in a wide range of feature films and network shows since his career began in 2001. Kyle initially started out as a model but transitioned into acting shortly after moving to Los Angeles, falling in love with the craft and hasn’t looked back ever since. With an independent feature film, “Dead End”, SAG feature film, “LA Minute”, and short film, “Remember the Sun” set to be released in 2018, Kyle will also be starring in the upcoming feature “Dope Runnings” which he is producing, as well.
Emeline Easton Herreid “Emeline” is an actress, singer-songwriter, musician, model and activist from Providence, Rhode Island. She is of Norwegian, Welsh, German, Russian and French descent. She graduated from The Met High School in June of 2017.
She got her to start acting and singing at age nine when she played the lead role in Annie produced by All Children’s Theater of RI. Since then, Emeline has performed with numerous professional theaters in her home state, including Trinity Repertory Company, Brown University MFA, The Gamm Theatre, The Wilbury Theatre Group, and Burbage Theatre Company. She is a proud member of the Equity Actors Union.
Through Dynasty Modeling Agency of Boston, she has done some modeling including shoots for L.L. Bean.
Emeline’s first movie was a supporting role in the independent film Siren (2013) with Vinessa Shaw and Robert Kazinsky. Most recently she had leading roles in the shorts Remember The Sun (2017) and Forget About Us (2017), and a supporting role in the short Before I Leave (2017). She performed one of her original songs in the short film Band Girls (2012) in which she had a lead role.
Recent singles “Angel” (2017) and “Hush” (2017) were released on iTunes and Spotify under EMELINE. She wrote the treatment, co-produced and co-edited the official Angel music video. Emeline was invited to perform as a headliner at the Boston Women’s March for America in January 2017, where she performed for a crowd of around 175,000. Emeline memorialized this occasion and made her directorial debut in the documentary-style music video of her original song “Hush”. Emeline has always loved making videos, especially put to music, and her talent for this gained her internet popularity on the now-defunct video-sharing app, Vine.
Between 2013 and 2016 she released several original songs under the name Emeline Easton. Her single “You” charted in the top 100 for singer/ songwriters on iTunes at age 16.
Emeline is passionate about her work and moved to Los Angeles, California in 2017 to pursue opportunities in film, TV, and music.
– IMDb Mini Biography By: Sarah Beach
Born in Milwaukee, WI and raised in Minneapolis, MN. His parents (John/Marian) compromised on his name by putting his first initial in front of his official middle name and calling him J.Michael. He was an immediate class clown, even if it got him into trouble in school. In his Freshman year of high school, he was urged to try out for the school’s production of ‘Romeo & Juliet’. He soon after played the title role and began acting, gaining much praise for his portrayal and depth; he performed regularly in the school’s plays. After graduation, he attended the University of Arizona and was accepted as a BFA actor in the prestigious Arizona Repertory Theatre where he notably played Eugene Jerome in the Neil Simon Trilogy of ‘Brighton Beach Memoirs’, ‘Biloxi Blues’ and ‘Broadway Bound’. During his Sophomore year in college he was seen performing in an Improv Comedy Troupe and was asked to audition for his first film ‘Earnie’. Notable roles on screen include Kevin in ’96 Minutes’ and as Iggy Milkovich in ‘Shameless’ on Showtime.
Jason Jonas Gonzalez started off as an amateur photographer just before quality compact video cameras were as accessible as they are today. With his background in photography, he applied that to the first generation Canon cameras capable of HD video. Now Jason shoots lifestyle videos for companies like Cosmo, Converse, Harpers Bazzar and Wham-O to bring video to the forefront of social media and marketing. But his real passion and goal is cinema. Creating a long-form of visual storytelling that only films, TV, and series’ can accomplish. Here’s to the future…
Remember that scene in Happy Gilmore when he shows up to play his first golf tournament and says “I’m a hockey player but I’m playing golf today”? Well, that’s how Chan Redfield describes his musical life. Chan Redfield is a creature of the dark synth-based music often heard in John Carpenter films but “…since the dark stuff doesn’t always pay the bills” he considers his “day job” to be writing happy music for TV and Commercials for brands such as Canon Cameras, Paul Mitchell, Budweiser, NASCAR, Nickelodeon, McDonald’s, Paul Mitchell, Skullcandy and more. When composing for film, he truly showcases his talents as he gently blends hints of the past with flashes of the future, mixing dark with light and ease with tension as he creates the perfect emotional backdrop for any given scene. Chan also has a wide variety of musical endeavors including live and recording acts: Wetlab (featuring Jim Adkins of Jimmy Eat World), Lunawolf (Featuring Atlantic recording artist Jim Wilcox) and Harper and The Moths.
Michael Spatola is a make-up artist with over 35 years professional experience. Although he’s flown under the radar for most of his career, he’s actually been nominated by his peers twice for Outstanding Individual Achievement In Make-up EMMY Awards, and twice for Best Make-up Cable ACE Awards. Mike’s worked on all types of budgets and films from “Return of the Living Dead” to “Stargate” to “Terminator 2” to “Iron Man 3” and is probably best known for being the Make-up Effects Supervisor for a few seasons of HBO’s “Tales From The Crypt.” Before his “Hollywood” career, Mike cranked out monster make-ups, day in and day out at The Brigantine Castle- a 5 story haunted castle amusement in Brigantine, New Jersey. After 6 years of the haunted house business, it was time to move to Hollywood.
You’ll find that Mike’s a skilled instructor. He’s a teacher with the ability to explain techniques and methods so they are extremely easy to understand. Currently, you can find Mike at Cinema Makeup School in Los Angeles. There he serves as the Chief Academic Officer and lead instructor.
– IMDb Mini Biography By: Michael Spatola