Polina is a theatre and film actress based in Kyiv, Ukraine. She is a graduate of the prestigious Karpenko-Karhoho acting program. She is a principal actress at the Kyiv Youth Theatre (Molodiy Teater) as well as a professional dancer with the Misanthrope Theatre. Polina performed with Misanthrope at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2019.
Dima is a theatre and film actor based in Kyiv, Ukraine. He starred in the short film Snails, which was featured at the Odessa International Film Festival and is an active member of DAKH Theatre Group as well as Gogolfest Kyiv.
His experimental theatre work brings him to Paris and Bologna, Italy often.
Most recently he starred in the Ukrainian film "Lethal Kittens" which will be released mid-2020
Ben is an editor and motion designer for films, documentaries and television. His film work includes editing the feature I Can I Will I Did (2017) and motion design for the documentaries Linsanity (2013) and Hot Girls Wanted (2015). He has also edited promos for Sundance Channel, Tribeca Film Festival, and EPIX and created on-air graphics for AMC Network, MLB Network, and NHL Network. Ben also teaches motion design and the School of Visual Arts in NYC.
Alex Brown Church
As Sea Wolf, Alex Brown Church has kept us ensnared in his world of gorgeously lush and longingly moody tales of gypsies, wolves, foggy coastlines, redwood forests, metropolitan nightscapes and precarious loves since his 2007 debut. With his new album Old World Romance, released in September on Dangerbird Records, Church continues the story, delving into new territory.
Sea Wolf released a new record, Through A Dark Wood in March, 2020.
Luba Poniatyszyn Keske
Luba is a Hollywood based veteran of United Artists and MGM Studios where she held the position of Sr. Vice President for over 25 years. Luba has both executive produced and produced several short films. She is currently in development on a new feature film.
Nilou is a film and theatre producer and a graduate of Columbia University. She worked in TV/film development and production at Levantine Entertainment (Associate Producer for Amreeka, 2009) before turning freelance. Most recently, she produced the feature, Eugenia and John (2015) and the short film Montana (2018). Through her film company Lailou, she has two upcoming feature films in pre-production. Nilou is also the co-founding Director of Production for Eyes Up Here Productions, that specializes in the strategic storytelling through the production of moving video content and live events.
Roxy is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and has worked in Film and TV set decoration for 15 years. Credits include: Captain America: Winter Soldier, The Other Guys, SNL and Marvel's The Punisher and Steven Spielberg's West Side Story. She has worked the film festival circuit with both Sundance and Tribeca film festivals. Previously she directed the documentary Folk! She is a Fulbright Scholar and an IFP Narrative Lab Directing Fellow 2016. Roxy is the recipient of the Calvin Klein 'Live the Dream' grant for emerging female directors 2016. She is the winner of a Special Jury Mention for Best Director World Cinema at the Woodstock Film Festival 2018 and winner of the Jury Prize for Best Director at the Sonoma International Film Festival 2019. Recently Roxy was awarded the Riley Grant 2020.