Director: Andrew Reid
Andrew was born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica. He is a T3 incomplete paraplegic and former Asia A patient.
Currently, a final year graduate student at the USC School of Cinematic Arts. His goal is to foster his directing/producing skills to bring new and diverse perspectives to Hollywood that promote a culturally progressive future for our society.
Writer: Roberto Saieh
Roberto was born and raised in Barranquilla, Colombia where he had his own production company prior to coming to USC. Passionate about indie dramas, he’s drawn to stories about broken people piecing themselves back together.
Roberto is a two-time PAGE Awards winner with a short and a dramatic feature.
Producer: Eric Baird
Eric is originally from Connecticut and is an avid traveler. He is in his final year at USC where he has focused on directing and producing. And he's extremely excited to help make this film come to life.
Producer: Jake Katofsky
Jake has worked in almost every role on a production across dozens of projects ranging from commercials to full features. He worked as an assistant on 2014 LA Film Festival Best Picture Winner CUT!, and the following year co-wrote and produced a romantic comedy entitled 108 Stitches that had a limited theatrical run in 2014 and has received international distribution On Demand since.
DP: Ante Cheng
Ante Cheng is a cinematographer from Taipei, currently a USC film production MFA student.
His narrative works include Gook (Sundance 2017 NEXT audience award) and Afuera (LA Film Festival 2016).
PD: Alexah Acuna
Acuña works in a variety of mediums such as performance, film, experimental poetry, and sculpture. She has worked on over 13 professional narrative films within two years of working in the film industry. Within the fine art world, Acuña displayed her most recent sculptural works, titled "Public Storage", at the Francois Ghebaly Gallery in the LA arts district this past December 2015.
Editor: Johnathan Peterman
Jonathan is a third year graduate student in the MFA Film/TV Production program at USC.
Jonathan has many stories to tell, but connects with stories about self-triumph and overcoming fear the most. Stories that incorporate psychology, but more importantly being comfortable with who you are and what you’ve gone through, are at the heart of Jonathan's goals as a filmmaker and storyteller. Jonathan is on track to graduate in December 2017.