Sean King, back home after running away to the East coast for college, has decided to relocate his successful new startup. His college computer project is now the hottest app, but with all the fame and fortune comes a decision to find the real life that may have run away from him...
Role: Sean King
Ryan J Francis
Ryan has worked with Academy Award Winners Steven Spielberg, Robin Williams, Gwyneth Paltrow, Maggie Smith and Dustin Hoffman in Hook, and Emmy Award Winners Sela Ward and George Clooney on NBC's Sisters, which he was a series regular for its entire six year run. He has appeared in over 100 national commercials, in the lead role for Subaru, Coors Lite and Twix. Ryan's voice can be heard on radio and television for McDonalds, Chevrolet, Taco Bell, CiCi's Pizza. He was the Patriot and various other characters in the popular video game Hitman: Absolution.
For over 30 years, Kevin has helped push the envelope of storytelling. As a founding member of the PGA New Media Council, creating web, film and TV, and merging marketing into the story, he has experimented with technology and mediums. Most notably with The Blair Witch Project, How To Draw A Bunny, and working with many amazing filmmakers including David Mamet, Al Pacino, Robert Benton, Frederico Fellini, Milos Forman and many others. He looks forward to the future, even if the future aint what it used to be.
Kevin J Foxe
Gina Field went to Los Angeles County High School for the Arts and UCLA where she studied acting, and improvisational
work with the acclaimed Groundlings.
She has volunteered for Room To Read, My Friends Place, and is a board member for AFMDA. She currently has a few projects in development, two screenplays, upcoming videos with Youtube talent and a TV pilot as well as continuing her acting.
Born in Grand Island, Nebraska Dustin decided to pursue his passion for filmmaking and attend Columbia College Chicago to concentrate on studies in cinematography. Notable projects include “In Bloom” with director Chris Michael Birkmeirer (premiering at Inside Out Fest Toronto) and Finding Franklin with director Alex Bohs (Best Short Film NFFTY festival 2013) His filmmaking career continued as he moved to Austin, TX and shortly after landed in Los Angeles. A passion to create strong and emotionally driven imagery and a curiosity of human psychology has drawn Dustin to narrative filmmaking. He feels it is our ability as filmmakers to evoke these deep instinctive emotions that makes film such a superior art form.
Chris is currently attending Cal State Los Angeles pursing his TV&Film degree. He has been an extra in music videos for The Word Alive, Of Mice & Men, and Attila. He is working towards a career in the film/music industry. His hobbies include going to concerts, playing music, and videography.
Auden has been on movie sets since he was little, but admittedly, does not enjoy it.
He would rather be on the pitch, assisting a goal or making an incredible tackle and steal. He currently is attending the University of La Verne, and starting on the Soccer team, when not traveling to Ecuador, the Galapogos Islands or Big Bear.
Key Production Assistant
Noelani Mei Lee is a director and script supervisor living in Los Angeles, California. Originally from Austin, Texas, Noelani began making films at the age of nine and hasn't looked back since. Her first feature, Sleight, is due to be released in mid to late 2015.
Noelani Mei Lee
Aida Lembo is an Actor and Producer in Los Angeles. After growing up in Boston and living in New York City for several years, she can confidently say that Hollywood is home. She has worked on several feature films, shorts, commercials and web series with actors such as Nick Offerman, Mischa Barton, Frances Conroy, Christopher Lloyd, Molly C. Quinn and Keegan-Michael Key. She is currently developing a feature and two web series.
Second Assistant Director
Esther J. Han has been in fashion since the first time she rummaged through her mother's closet and found a stash of silk scarves at the age of 3. She has been styling, wardrobe consulting and costume designing since 2002. Originally from LA, she has diverse experience in film, TV, red carpet, fashion editorials, advertising, and visual merchandising. Esther has a dgree in journalism from CSUF, where she briefly dreamed of becoming the next Downtown Julie Brown. She currently lives in West Hollywood with the love of her life, a Westie mix rescue named, Moses. Her favorite color is black.
Zoe has been on sets her whole life, with her first appearance onscreen when she was one month old. She has since decided being behind the camera was more fun than being in front of it, and is now a photographer/ videographer. She is currently working on capturing images to tell the story of saving the world.
Patrick Phelps grew up in a small town in northern Arizona where he made various short films during high school. After graduating from the Zaki Gordon Film Institute, Patrick has gone on from designing a cardboard world, to creating an insect's nightmarish landscape. Patrick's work leans on the side of slightly unusual.
Mike Maliwanag was born a human and raised in the Chicago suburbs. As a Jedi, he learned the true nature of the light and dark side of the force while studying cinematography at Columbia College Chicago. There, he learned to focus his force powers on analog film and wield his light saber skills in the digital aspect of filmmaking. Based in L.A., Mike continues his quest for peace and brings balance to the force. He enjoys exploring the galaxy with new friends.
Ben Hanks graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2012 with a Bachelors in Radio/Television/Film. He has worked as a freelance camera assistant, DIT, and PA on network reality shows, feature films, and commercials in and around Austin, TX. In mid-2014, Ben made the move to Los Angeles and quickly hopped on board the Do Over train as 2nd Assistant Camera and DIT. He currently works as a Teaching Assistant at the New York Film Academy, while pursuing a career in Television writing.
Born and raised in Virginia close to the urban bustle of Washington D.C. but a step away from the country, he's seen and experienced many different lifestyles and cultures. He enjoys being creative and working in different mediums but found filmmaking to be the most captivating. A graduate of Columbia College Chicago where he studied the art of cinematography. He tries to adapt his style as a cinematographer to the project he's working on, as to give each film its own unique feel. He's shot shorts, PSA's and live events on 16mm. 35mm to digital cameras from HVX 200 to Red One. He currently resides in Los Angeles, CA but loves to travel.
First Assistant Camera
TJ has had his hands on faders and has been making noise for as long as anyone can remember. Born and raised in the south suburbs of Chicago, TJ grew up playing music. Listening to all things entertainment, TJ transitioned from playing music to recording, tracking, composing, and mixing music.
It wasn’t a surprise when he decided to attend Columbia College Chicago’s prestigious audio program where he graduated with a BA in Audio Art and Acoustics with a dual concentration in Audio Design and Production and Audio for Visual Media.
Within his first year of living in Los Angeles, he had worked on two full length independent films and an award winning TV show. He has since worked for such networks as NBC, AMC, MSNBC, MTV, A&E, HGN, and many others. Currently, he is a freelance editor/mixer for television and film and a college instructor at Pinnacle College, sharing his passion and teaching all things audio. Looking towards the future, the enthusiasm and drive this young engineer exhibits provides the perfect platform for all opportunities to come!
T J Jacques
Nick Borsellino was born and raised in Chicago. He went to Columbia College of Chicago for a year then moved to Los Angeles in 2013.