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Gabi Faye is an actress and filmmaker best known for her recurring role on HBO’s Mare of Easttown and acting opposite Dylan Baker in the feature anthology thriller Immortal. Recently, Gabi played (an ASL) leading role in the short film Noisy which won best short at Cannes Film Festival.
Gabi has directed several projects including her own film Dirty Girl, which was featured on Time Squares coveted Nasdaq billboards. She is highly experienced on the production side, having worked as the
Producer's assistant on films like The Retaliators (Better Noise Films) in associate producer roles in films like Yes (starring Nolan Gould), and production managing films like Art of Diversion and Warming Planet. To learn more about Gabi visit: www.gabifaye.com
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Taso Z is a mythological creature that crash landed on this planet in 1984 in the cornfields of Iowa. After being captured upon arrival he was transported to Central Florida in an obscure little town called Frostproof, where he was held captive by Nasa as they ran test on his ability to perform, produce and work in the field of film production.
At the 19th life cycle, Taso escaped to NYC where he hid amongst some of the top photography and film production teams of the time learning and honing his skills. Through his tenure within these groups he has shown an impeccable ability to consult and create some of the media you see today.
Greg Roderick has had his work appear in over 35 film festivals worldwide, including best editor nominations for multiple projects, audience awards, and a best editor award for DOUBLE EXPOSURE.
He has worked on over 20 films, after a successful performing career in the Broadway community. Greg is co-owner of On The Rocks Films,
www.ontherocksfilms.com, and can be found on the IMDB movie database, as well as his website,
www.gregroderick.com, Instagram @gregroderick and Twitter @gregrodericknyc.
Born and raised in Baltimore, Ethan moved to Boston Massachusetts to study at the renowned Berklee College of Music. He received his Bachelors in Audio Engineering and Acoustics and went on to work in Nashville TN where he recorded and played with some of the best musicians in the country.
He is sought after for his knowledge of recording, acoustics, audio editing, sound replacement, as well as his composition skills.
Thomas J. Bellezza
Born in New York, Thomas spent his youth studying art and design. After dropping out of high school at the age of 18, he rose in popularity through music, stand up comedy and acting. In 2003, he launched BBR Productions: a marketing, consulting, and development company. He's helped raise money for cancer research and multiple sclerosis foundations.
Former owner of The Rose Theater, Thomas' stage production, "Letter of Reason," was featured on the news and got rave reviews. This led to more writing projects, which opened doors for producing film and web projects Today, Thomas is a professional creative consultant and writer and the owner of nonprofit, Team Rise Together. He has a published novels and has penned many screenplays.
Camillia Monet is an American actress, director ,film producer and acting coach. She began her career in acting and has appeared in such films as War of the
Worlds, opposite Tom Cruise, directed by Steven Spielberg, Seabiscuit, opposite Tobey Maguire and as Aurora Aceveda in the Emmy Award FX hit series “The Shield.” Monet is the CEO and founder of Esperanza Productions LLC and produces films, TV, short form, and commercials on all platforms.
Monet received her M.F.A. from Yale University and graduated from UCLA’s Producing Program. Monet is an adjunct professor at various institutions such as Yale Drama School, NYU (Tisch School), & Berg Studios. Camillia runs an acting studio, Monet Studios in LA. Her clients recur on HBO/Generations,Netflix/Baby Reindeer,FOX/ Our Kind Of People HBO/Pretty Little Liars Original Sin, and more.