Christian Keiber &
Bree Michael Warner
& Bryce C. Campbell
Summer Crockett Moore
& Tyler Hollinger
Tony is an award-winning writer, director and producer, and a Managing Partner and founding member of Choice Films & Choice Theatricals. www.choicefilms.com. He also serves as a Managing Member of The Private Theatre. (www.theprivatetheatre.org) Glazer’s plays have been produced in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Canada and England. He just finished the festival circuit with his first feature film, Junction, (www.junctionthemovie.com) which he wrote and directed, Junction has already won fifteen awards for excellence. (Including best director, picture, screenplay and multiple actor awards) www.junctionthemovie.com. Glazer’s stage plays include Stain, and Safe (both published by Samuel French Inc), The Substance of Bliss (2009 Weissberger Award Winner), In The Daylight, Reading Under the Influence, Everything Must Go and American Stare. Tony received his BFA in Acting from Boston University and studied acting with Maggie Flanigan. His most recent directing credits include the television show Redrum.
Adrian grew up in a small town in Connecticut. He attended the University of Connecticut, ultimately earning degrees in history and sociology. Adrian proceeded to forego doctoral studies in history to foster an impressive career in Entertainment as a Cinematographer. His extensive resume includes features, short films, documentaries, commercials, promos, television, web series, and music videos. His recent features include “Junction”, “Art Machine”, “Zerosome”, and “Sinking Sands”.
DONNA McKENNA - Casting Director / Associate Producer
Donna McKenna is an international Casting Director and Producer; she has cast over 25 independent feature films, 9 short films and 4 web series. Her ensemble casts consist of award winning actors from film, television and Broadway. She also has a reputation for being able to spot and discover new talent.
Many of her projects have won awards.
Some of her recent work includes “Leaves of the Trees” starring Eric Roberts, Armand Assante, Sean Young and Federico Castelluccio as well the ghost story “Sebastien” starring Academy Award Nominees Eric Roberts and Cathy Moriarty and the theatrical released dramedy “Excuse Me for Living” with Jerry Stiller, Emmy Award Winner Christopher Lloyd and an all star cast.
KORY DISKIN - Production Designer
Kory Mills Diskin describes her latest role in the industry as, ’if it’s creative, count me in.’ Currently, filmmakers are counting her in as production designer. Recent film titles include, My Cross to Bear, (Peter Bongiorno, Director/Glenn Allen, Executive Producer); Sebastien, (Deborah Twiss, Zach Miller, Director); Tammy, (Ante Novakovic, Director); The Confidence Game, pre-production, (Gabriele Altobelli, Director); and Trust Me, I’m a Lifeguard, pre-production, (Tony Glazer, Director)
Kory is an appointed member of the Nassau County Film Advisory Board. In addition, she serves as an advisor to the Long Island Film/TV Foundation, and serves on the Long Island International Film Expo (LIIFE) film selection and jury committees.
RACHEL GUILFOYLE - Costume Designer
Rachel’s career in costume design has spanned multiple genres including Theater, Opera, Film, Television and Fashion. Recently she has been apart of the costume department on NBC’s The Blacklist and CW’s The Carrie Diaries. Memorable work includes numerous productions with Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Cell, Manhattan School of Music and La MaMa ETC. This southern transplant is currently residing in New York City and received her BFA from SUNY Purchase.
ANDREW MARKUS - Composer
Andrew Markus is a multiple award winning composer whose music has been part of more than 100 film and television projects. His music permeated the second season of VH1's hit series “Mob Wives” and their spin off shows “Mob Wives Chicago” and “Big Ang”. He recently finished the scores to the film “Trust Me I’m a Lifeguard” directed by Tony Glazer, the indie feature “Omerta” (Joe Estevez) and the feature documentary “Sunflower County Freedom Project” (earning a Global Music Award for his original score). More recently, he’s contributed music to Seasons 1 & 2 of ID’s “Amish Mafia” and NatGeo’s “Inside the American Mob”. Andrew's other feature film scores include “Video Girl” (Meagan Good) airing on BET, “Terror Trap” (Michael Madsen) airing on Showtime and “Walk a Mile in My Pradas” (Tom Arnold, Accolade Award of Excellence 2011). In September his music was heard in Yankee Stadium accompanying a PSA featuring Chuck Scarborough (which recently earned him a Communicator Award of Excellence). He is the publisher of the 4 Score And 7 Music Library, a collection of highly crafted music which has had more than 75% of its compositions placed in films and television shows. His versatility and craft in his music is superseded only by his incredible speed at composing and producing music and his ability to collaborate with directors, editors and producers with a most congenial attitude.
PHYLLIS HOUSEN - Editor
Phyllis Housen is a feature film editor in New York City. She recently finished editing To Whom It May Concern, an indie drama directed by Manu Boyer for Paradoxal Inc. and is about to start a new film, Still Driving by John Vanover.
Her festival award winning films Junction (2013), a hostage thriller and Margarita (2012), a romantic comedy were released last fall and the comedy, My Man is a Loser starring John Stamos and Michael Rapaport will be released this summer by Lionsgate.