BRITTA LUNDIN | Writer/Director
Britta is a Los Angeles-based screenwriter and filmmaker. Her work includes film, TV, and web projects with a focus on mystery, thriller, and sci-fi narratives featuring women and queer characters. Her films have screened at festivals around the world including Frameline Film Festival, Sarasota Film Festival, Outfest Film Festival, Chicago LGBT International Film Festival and Dallas International Film Festival, and been shortlisted for The Iris Prize. She is an Austin Film Festival Finalist. She earned an MFA from the University of Texas in Film Production, and a BA from Reed College. She comes from the small coastal town of Astoria, Oregon.
SARAH BRENNAN KOLB | Producer
Sarah is a Texas-born, Brooklyn-based producer with a passion for making movies about badass women doing badass things. Her most recent project, Skunk (dir. Annie Silverstein), is an official Cinefondation selection of the 2014 Cannes International Film Festival. When she’s not producing, Sarah works with Fred Siegel Consulting, a film finance and tax consulting firm that helps producers navigate financing and distribution. Sarah graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Radio-Television-Film in 2013 from the University of Texas at Austin.
PATRICK SMITH | Director of Photography
Patrick is a celebrated Los Angeles-based DP, who has worked on narrative projects, commercials, and web series. His film Shades of the Border played at many domestic and international film festivals, won a number of audience awards, and was distributed though Media That Matters.
TOMO NAKAYAMA | Composer
Whether performing in his art-rock band Grand Hallway, playing in local rock groups, or collaborating with orchestras, Tomo has been an active and versatile member of the Northwest music scene for the better part of a decade. His compositions have been featured on NPR and KEXP, and he has performed live throughout the US and Japan and in festivals such as SXSW, CMJ, and Sasquatch. Tomo made his acting debut in director Lynn Shelton’s movie “Touchy Feely,” opposite Ellen Page, Rosemarie DeWitt, and Scoot McNairy. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and featured a live performance of an original song by Tomo entitled “Horses.”