Jeanette studied Theater at Cornish College of the arts and soon after dove into the Seattle film scene where she began booking shorts, commercials, voice-overs and independent films such as World Enough and Time, The Stranger and the horror cult-favorite Frayed. She booked the indie film The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle directed by David Russo, then met and began working with Lynn Shelton, playing the lead in the webseries What the Funny, and landing roles in her films My Effortless Brilliance and Your Sister's Sister. You can catch Jeanette in the upcoming film Twelve written by Berry Jenkins staring Meek Mills.
Corbin’s acting roots began in theatre receiving a BFA from the University of Michigan. Almost immediately after graduating she moved to NYC and performed on Broadway in American Idiot, Sister Act and Rent. In 2014, she starred in the pilot Words With Girls produced by Issa Rae which had its world premiere at HBO and BET's Urbanworld Film Festival. In 2015, she landed a lead role as Ashley in the Blair Witch sequel. Corbin has gone onto Guest Star on shows like Audience Network's hit show Kingdom and most recently a recurring role on Season 3 of Shonda Rhimes How To Get Away With Murder.
Sara is an Iranian-Columbian actress and writer from Houston, Texas. She moves to Los Angeles to pursue her childhood dream. She's been seen on hit TV shows such as Veep, Modern Family, Fresh Off The Boat and Scandal. She can be seen recurring on Seth Rogan's Hulu series, Future Man.
Elohim has been acting for three years, getting his start at the Alliance Theatre, in Atlanta. In 2019 he won "Best Young Actor" at the Golden State Film Festival for the short film, An American Childhood. Elohim can be seen as little Bernie in Her Only Choice, on Netflix. In his free time, Elohim loves skateboarding, riding his bike, watching movies, traveling, and bouldering. Elohim loves being on set, watching and participating in the movie magic that takes place in film making. His future goal is to write, produce, and direct his own movies.
KELLY WALKER is an Australian multi-hyphenate award winning filmmaker. She's had multiple short films in the festival circuit, most notably The Brownlist, co-directed and edited by Walker. The Brownlist had a successful festival run, including multiple Oscar qualifiers and the Jury Award for Best Short Film at Geena Davis’s - Bentonville Film Festival. In the last couple years she's directed a handful of shorts and directed a couple episodes of the series, Grow The F*ck Up. She was invited to participate in Australian's In Film's Writers Lab for her script My Fiona and completed shooting in 2019. My Fiona is Walker's debut feature written and directed by her. Currently Walker is writing and developing a couple projects, mostly biopics based on women fro history that didn't have a platform to tell their story.
Laura was born in Chicago, Illinois and raised in a small suburban town 25 miles south of the city. She has lensed six feature films and many shorts, including the 2019 SXSW Jury Award Winner, “Other Side of the Box.” Laura is particularly drawn to narrative work that deals with emotional struggle and explores the complexity of the human psyche. She is an alumna of Loyola Marymount University’s School of Film & Television and currently resides in Los Angeles, CA.
MATTHEW MINSHALL is a writer and director at heart, but a producer by profession. He’s a member
of the Producers Guild of America with 10 years of experience in multifaceted rolls within the entertainment industry. After receiving a bachelor's degree in Creative Writing from the University of California, Riverside, Minshall got his start working in a digital film restoration lab contributing to the digitally remastering of classic films. He moved on to become a Remote Dailies Color Assistant where he assisted on the Starz show Boss, the 20th Century Fox feature film Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter and Fox’s television series House. For the past 8 years, he’s worked on the CBS Television shows NCIS and NCIS LA as both shows’ Video Supervisor. My Fiona is the first feature film he has produced from script to screen.
Tina Carbone is an award-winning independent producer that has produced feature films, shorts, branded content, series, and VR projects. She has used her enthusiasm and creativity to grow a successful career elevating productions with smaller budgets into high quality films. Tina is also active in the female filmmaker community as an advocate for women on set.
Katherine Sloate has produced several independent features, including the award-winning Rag Doll, which was theatrically released in February of 2020. Her focus as an independent creative producer is strong storytelling and collaboration through the entire filmmaking process.