Garland scott - "Nolan"

Garland Scott is an American actor and writer. His works include “The Boon”, which has been nominated for Best Short Film at Barcelona Planet Film Festival, selected to Canada's World International Film Festival, a Semi-Finalist of Los Angeles Cinefest and Semi-Finalist of Hollywood Screenings Film Festival, 2016 HBO Visionaries short film “Toenail”, “Almost Amazing” and more soon to be completed. He has successfully created major integrated campaigns for some of the world's top brands. His passion for storytelling has been recognized by Cannes and the Clios. 


Alexia rasmussen - "lena"

Alexia Rasmussen grew up in Los Angeles. After high school she moved to New York to attend NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. During her time there she studied at the Experimental Theater Wing, the Classical Studio and the International Theater Wing in Amsterdam.  Since graduating in 2006, she has been very proud to appear in such films as "The Comedy", "Proxy" and most recently "Little Accidents", "Last Weekend" and "Creative Control", "Tilt" and the forthcoming Chinese film, "A Sweet life."  After 13 years of living in New York, she recently relocated to Los Angeles with her husband and dog.


gil darnell - "Donnie"

Gil Darnell’s career started in the UK (credits include "Hollyoaks", "Holby City", "Doctors", "Brookside" and "The Bill"). After relocating to Los Angeles, His career then took off with feature films including "All Things to All Men" in London with Gabriel Byrne, "Amnesia", "Don't Look Up", and the 2014 release of “Redirected.” Gil can next be seen recurring as Christian de Guise in the CW's hugely successful period drama “Reign". He’s also had pivotal roles on the TV shows “SEAL Team,” and “NCIS: New Orleans.”


frank mosley - "stitches"

Hot off the Chinese/American production of “All That is Solid Melts in the Air”, Frank Mosley’s appeal as an actor has proven to resonate with audiences around the world. He is an alumnus of the 2015 Berlinale Talents and a graduate of Black Factory Cinema's 2016 Workshop for Auteurs with Abbas Kiarostami, held in San Antonio de los Banos, Cuba.  A Festival favorite Mosley is also know for his work in films such as, 2013 Sundance winner “Upstream Color” and 2016 Sundance winner “The Procedure”. His lead role in the 2014 IFP Narrative Labs feature “Some Beasts” won him the Independent Visions Special Jury Prize for Outstanding Performance at the 2016 Sarasota Film Festival.