David Call has been a staple of the American indie film scene for the last decade, acting in films such as TINY FURNITURE, JAMES WHITE, GABRIEL, THE GIRL IN THE BOOK, TWO GATES OF SLEEP, and many others, including Larry Fessenden’s upcoming DEPRAVED. He has also been on many TV series, most recently THE SINNER, THE BLACKLIST, THE GOOD FIGHT, THE BREAKS & many more.
David recently wrote, directed & starred in a short film, COLE, which won the Hammer-to-Nail Spring ’18 Short Film Contest and played many festivals, including Indie Memphis, Sidewalk, Maryland, Dallas and Eastern Oregon, where it received the Audience Award for Best Short. It also received the No Budge Award for Best Performance, was recently selected for Short of the Week and is a Vimeo Staff Pick. David was born and raised in the mountains of Washington State and is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.
Atsuko is a comedian and actress, recently named 1 of 38 comedians to watch on Vulture's 2018 list. Her comedy has been described by Margaret Cho as "a silent slow fart that fills up a room with laughter." You can currently catch her on HULU in her hour comedy special “They Call Me Stacey” or on season 2 of HBO’s Room 104. Behind the camera, she most recently worked on Adult Swim’s “Soft Focus with Jena Friedman” as the creative consultant. Or, if you’re not a TV person, you can catch her live too, most nights out of the week.
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Conner Marx is an actor, writer, and producer who has worked on hit TV shows including Z Nation, Criminal Minds, Shameless, NCIS, Black-ish, The Young and the Restless, Famous in Love, and Leverage. His latest leading role is in the Lifetime movie, I’ll Be Watching.
Conner’s onscreen debut, Lucky Them, starring Toni Collette, opened at the Toronto International Film Festival before seeing a nationwide release with IFC Films. He also produced and starred in the award-winning feature, If There’s a Hell Below, which premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival and was acquired by Dark Sky Films.
On stage, he recently portrayed Sir Andrew Aguecheek in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night with SLC’s esteemed Pioneer Theatre Company. He was also seen as the titular role in Stravinsky’s Firebird at the Walt Disney Concert Hall.
In addition to his degree from Vassar College in New York, Conner trained at the Darpana Academy of Performing Arts in India and the National Academy of Arts, Culture, and Heritage in Malaysia. His studies around the world have played a substantial role in shaping who he is and the stories he’s passionate about telling. He aims to be among the growing generation of filmmakers dedicated to advocating for an inclusive diversity of voices and experiences on screen and stage.
Regan has extensive experience in many areas of independent film, broadcast television and commercial video work. As Art Director he and his team worked closely with the filmmakers to bring the world Jagger create on paper to life.
He recently worked on indie darling, Captain Fantastic with Viggo Mortensen as their set photographer.
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Paul has an extensive list of credits dating back to 2009. His professionalism and reliability have landed him gigs on Transformers: Age of Extinction, Fifty Shades of Grey, Man in the High Castle and The Americans just to name a few.
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Keaton is a dedicated freelance Assistant Director currently based in and around Seattle, WA. He's been in the Seattle film industry for five years and has experience on a number of feature films, television shows and commercial projects.
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