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Alexis Jacknow – Director
Alexis Jacknow


Alexis Jacknow is an award winning, Los Angeles based filmmaker and stage director. She holds a B.F.A. with Honors in Acting and a Minor in History from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Since graduating, she has directed productions in cities all over the country ranging from new work to the classics.
A proud member of SDC, her recent credits include L.A. Theatre Works’ live recording of The Hound of the Baskervilles (Audie Award Best Audio Drama, Publisher Weekly’s Listen Up! Award); Batman and the Witch (IAMA Theatre Company); The Diary of Anne Frank (La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts, BroadwayWorld Award Best Direction and Nomination Best Play); and Neil Labute’s Fat Pig at the Hudson Theatre, which included new material not seen before in the United States. The LA Times called the show, “[a] revival that packs an unexpectedly emotional wallop” and said Jacknow’s direction, “earns instant credibility from the pitch-perfect opening scene”. The production received an Ovation Recommendation, a BroadwayWorld Nomination for Best Play, and was a Stage Raw Top Ten Pick.
Alexis’ passion lies in developing new work, so it felt like kismet when she was hired to direct and develop the world premiere of Bekah Brunstetter’s play, Hey Brother, which went on to receive an Ovation Nomination for Best Original Playwrighting in 2015. As two New York transplants with theatre backgrounds, Bekah and Alexis became fast friends and are thrilled that their first collaboration behind the camera, Again, will be world premiering at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival.

Stephanie Marin – Producer

Stephanie Marin

Stephanie is the Director of Production and Development for Bluefields TV, a television company with an overall deal at ABC Studios. She is also an independent film producer with 3 films in post production. Previously, Stephanie worked at Cross Creek Pictures, the production and finance company most known for BLACK SWAN. Prior to Cross Creek, Stephanie served as the Creative Executive for Gil Cates, Jr, and Associate Produced LUCKY, a dark comedy starring Ari Graynor, Colin Hanks, Ann-Margret and Jeffrey Tambor.  Stephanie has also produced a series of documentaries for the United Nations, worked at The Skouras Agency, and began her career at Paramount Pictures. Stephanie is originally from Dallas, TX. She is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin, with a Bachelor of Science in Radio, Television and Film.

Tyler Evans – Producer

Tyler Evans received a bachelor’s degree in theatre from the University of Richmond, and a master’s degree from USC’s School of Cinematic Arts. He currently works on Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing. Tyler was born and raised in Dallas, TX.

Katie Moest – Production Designer

Katie Moest is a production designer working in film, television and new media. Katie is an IAWTV-award winner for her work as Production Designer on The New Adventures of Peter & Wendy. She also served as production designer for two Emmy-award-winning Pemberley Digital productions — The Lizzie Bennet Diaries and Emma Approved. Katie is pleased to have turned her enjoyment of wasting time on the internet; a passion for books, movies and television; and a degree in a mostly unrelated subject into a career as a production designer through willpower and serious geekery.

Bekah Brunstetter – Writer

Bekah Brunstetter

Bekah Brunstetter is a playwright and screenwriter. Her plays have been developed and produced by The Atlantic Theater, Ars Nova, The Roundabout Theater Company, South Coast Rep, The Echo, Steppenwolf, and Portland Center Stage. She is currently a producer on NBC’s THIS IS US. MFA, The New School for Drama, BFA, UNC Chapel Hill. www.bekahbrunstetter.com.


A man watches Groundhog Day over, and over, and over again as a strange woman brings him his lunch. Will the heart recover what the mind has lost?

Oren Soffer – Director of Photograpy

Oren shot two features that were distributed theatrically and on VOD in 2016: ‘No Letting Gostarring Alysia Reiner, Kathy Najimy, Richard Burgi and others; and ‘Little Miss Perfect‘ starring Karlee Roberts, Isabella Palmieri and Lilla Crawford. During his studies at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Oren was nominated for the ASC Gordon Willis Student Heritage Award, and was a finalist for the Arri Volker Bahnemann Award for Cinematography. Oren has also shot dozens of short films, commercials and music videos, worked for a variety of clients including Discovery Channel, Bloomberg News, Time Inc, Refinery 29, Target, MTV, Nickelodeon, L’Oreal and Skype, and has worked on multiple feature films studying under acclaimed Director of Photography Reed Morano, ASC.

Reut Eliemelech – Producer

Reut Elimelech is an Israeli producer who decided to pursue her passion for film after serving as a Captain in the Israeli Defense Force for seven years. She studies filmmaking at NYU Tisch School of the Arts and has produced a series of short commercials as well as more than a dozen short films, including Black Line, ZF461 and Check Please. She loves spending time in nature and hopes to create films that will raise awareness for the need to conserve wildlife and protect the environment.


Helena Emmanuel – Producer

Helena Emmanuel is a recent graduate of NYU Tisch’s film program. She has served as the line producer and UPM of several short films as well as the Executive Producer of an original pilot through NYU. Since graduating, she has worked in TV throughout Greater New York and is working to produce narrative series in the future.


Yonatan Weinstein – Editor

Yonatan Weinstein – At age 14, Yonatan completed his feature doc debut My Grandma – Frau Masha, which showcased in international festivals and was broadcast on Israeli National Television. After serving three years as Chief Video Editor & Director in the Israeli Air Force Film Unit, Yonatan enrolled at NYU Tisch where he has focused on directing. Throughout his studies, Yonatan trained and worked with the BBC in London and crewed on multiple feature film and television sets internationally. He directed two thesis projects – EASEL R., an original half-hour TV pilot; and LEECHER, a short fiction film. Since graduating with Honors from Tisch, Yonatan worked for Protozoa Pictures (Darren Aronofsky), as an Assistant to Wes Anderson, and currently heads development for Yaron Zilberman (A Late Quartet). Most recently, he made his theatrical directorial debut in New York with MARY V, a new female-driven full length play (inspired by Shakespeare’s Henry V) that received nods from Broadway World & The New York Times.

Daniel Sorochkin – Director
Daniel Sorochkin

Daniel grew up in Israel. His journey of filmmaking started in his military unit in the IDF, where he wrote and directed several acclaimed comedic films about the unit. Those films were screened at unit conventions, which took place in a theater for the hundreds of soldiers, and brought comic relief from everyday work.

After his service Daniel decided that he wanted to tell stories for a living, and has moved to the US to study filmmaking at NYU Tisch School of the Arts.

His latest projects include:

Check Please. A comedic narrative short, that’s going to be featured on Short Of The Week after a successful festival circuit.

Shady Pines. A comedic TV pilot about a crazy nursing home. Daniel has also been working with the creator, Riley Wurtz, on writing the rest of the episodes for the show’s first season.

Lola and Dallas. A short narrative mystery-drama. It’s now starting its festival circuit. Logline: An unusual pair on the run are forced to find solace through each other when home is not an option.

Now, Daniel is writing a new feature script and working on branded content, always pushing forward and working on the next story he wishes to tell.

Bryan Manley Davis – Ben

Bryan is Texas native currently working in Film/Television/Theatre in NYC. He holds a B.A. in Theatre from West Texas A&M University and an M.F.A. in Acting from The Catholic University of America. Television: A Crime To Remember, Blood Feuds, Deadly Devotions. Film: Sheep Skin, Hide/Seek, The Devil’s Well (being released in 2017).


Jacob Trussell – Mike

Born and raised in Texas, he called Austin home for seven years before relocating to Brooklyn. NY Theatre: Pains of Youth (Access), Misconception of Oedipus (Dixon Place), Twelfth Night (Sheen Center), God Is A Verb (Actors Fund) Regional: Mad, Beat, Hip, and Gone, and Harvey (ZACH Theater); Other Desert Cities, Chess (Austin Playhouse); Baal, Hill Country Underbelly (Paper Chairs); Peer Gynt (Mary Moody Northen Theatre). Film/TV: Check Please (NYU), Shady Pines (NYU), A Mess We Made (Turtle Dove), Disenchanted (NeuSpaceChurch).


Amelia Brain – Laura

Amelia has appeared in numerous films, most recently Dan Mazer’s DIRTY GRANDPA and Joseph Pernice’s CHASING YESTERDAY. She received her B.F.A from NYU Tisch and trained at the Lee Strasberg Institute.


Emily Dennis – Hannah

Emily Dennis is an actor, singer, dancer based in NYC. Equally enjoying comedy and drama, some recent roles include Chimera-7 in the feature film “Ghost Source Zero” where she got to utilize her skills as a black belt in Tae Kwon Do, and “Disposable” where she played the lead female Julie. Cassie in “A Chorus Line” and Doria Hudson in “Smile” have been some of her favorite theatrical roles to play. You can also catch her singing and playing the guitar, piano, or violin at various venues around the city! emilymarydennis.com


Matthew Porter – Stephan

NYU/RADA trained. Recently starred in the feature comedy DRUNK PARENTS with Salma Hayek, Alec Baldwin, Jim Gaffigan, and Will Ferrell. Recurring star on TV’s 30 ROCK. Award winning Host for DISH. www.matthewporter.net

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