Los Angeles, California | Film Short

Comedy, Drama

Alexis Jacknow

1 Campaigns | California, United States

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Mission Statement

Lady director. Lady writer. Lady producer. Lady production designer. Lady actor. Lady editor. Lady composer. KNOW WHAT I'M SAYIN'??

The Story


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Costs $1,000

Excellent color correction is one of the finishing touches.


Costs $500

We need to hear this thing.


Costs $1,000

We're submitting to 20 of the best short film festivals in the world and need your help with submission fees!


Costs $500

We want some real pretty music to go with this thing.


Costs $700

Help us pay the union dues for our supes professional actors!


Costs $500

Listen. Who knows what's going to go wrong. But will you be there for us when it does?


Costs $500

Gotta store it until it's ready to be released!


Costs $500

Must have: a cover of 'I Got You Babe'.

Music Licensing

Costs $750

We have to license 'I Got You Babe' for our cover.

Poster Design

Costs $250

A beautiful way to represent our film at festivals and online.

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Costs $800

We have so much beautiful footage from principal photography and now it's time to cut this thing together!

About This Team

Who Are These People?


The Writer

Bekah Brunstetter hails from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and is an LA based playwright, feature and TV writer. Her plays include Cake (Ojai Playwrights Conference), Going to a Place Where you Already Are (South Coast Repertory Spring 2016), The Oregon Trail (Portland Center Stage Fall 2016, O’Neill Playwright’s Conference, DC Women’s Playwright’s festival), Be A Good Little Widow (Ars Nova, The Old Globe) and Oohrah! (The Atlantic; Steppenwolf Garage). As a TV writer, she has written for MTV’s Underemployed, ABC Family’s Switched at Birth, Starz’ Upcoming American Gods based on the novel by Neil Gaiman, and is currently a co-producer on NBC's This is Us. As a feature writer, she adapted the book The Secret with Robert Cort Productions. MFA, the New School for Drama.  For more information please visit


The Director

Alexis Jacknow is a Los Angeles based director and actor.  She holds a B.F.A. from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and since graduating, has worked in film, TV, and theater in cities all over the country.  As a director, her recent credits include the World Premiere of Bekah Brunstetter's hey brother at Son of Semele Theater, L.A. Theatre Works' live recording of The Hound of the Baskervilles featuring Seamus Dever, Geoffrey Arend, and James Marsters (Audie Award Winner Best Audio Drama, Publisher Weekly's Listen Up! Award), and multiple National Tours for TheatreWorks USA.  Her production of Neil Labute's Fat Pig at the Hudson Theatre included new material not seen before in the United States and received an Ovation Recommendation, a BroadwayWorld Nomination for Best Play, and a Stage Raw Top Ten Pick.  The LA Times called the show, "...a revival that packs an unexpectedly emotional wallop", and said Jacknow's work "earns instant credibility from the pitch-perfect opening scene".  She is a proud member of SAG/AFTRA, AEA, and SDC.  For more information please visit


The DP

Ricardo Diaz is a Los Angeles based cinematographer.  He holds a B.S. in Radio-Television-Film from the University of Texas and an M.F.A. in Cinematography from The American Film Institute Conservatory.  Ricardo has shot several award winning feature films, documentaries, and commercials in cities all over the world.  On the commercial side he has worked with such clients as Microsoft Windows, Verizon Wireless, Honda, T-Mobile, Bank of America, and Tillamook.  Most recently, he shot "First Girl I Loved" which won the NEXT Audience Award at the 2016 SUNDANCE Film Festival.  Additionally, he shot, "The Young Kieslowski" which won the 2014 L.A. Film Festival Audience Award and premiered theatrically in July 2015.  For more information please visit  


The Actor

Morrison Keddie's experience in performance builds on a broad background, ranging from classical theater to video game voiceover to independent short films to sketch comedy to network television.  He's very grateful to have performed theater alongside Emmy and Tony winners, in educational tours, and in the multiple Ovation Award winning play Ubu Roi (A Noise Within). His voiceover talents have placed him in fantastical roles in several computer games, including Thief II: The Metal Age and Vampire: Bloodlines, as well as in international promotions for a spinoff of one of the longest lasting series from Japan - Ultraman Max (Tsuburaya Productions). Independent films that he's starred in have gone on to run the festival circuit and garner multiple awards, and his recurring role on The CW's Hart of Dixie has reached millions of viewers.  He's recently appeared as a co-star and guest star on internet web series Sass Class (DreamworksTV/AwesomenessTV) & RocketJump: The Show  (Hulu), and performed on a house sketch team for several years at mainstay comedy theater iO West.  BA Tufts University; alumnus of BADA & UCB.  For further details please visit


The Actress

Aubrey Dollar was last seen in the CBS drama "Battle Creek" as Holly, opposite Dean Winters and Josh Duhamel. She's also held series regular roles on ABC's "Women's Murder Club," FOX's "Point Pleasant," and created the role of Marina Cooper on CBS's daytime drama "The Guiding Light." Her work in TV includes extensive guest spots and recurring roles on shows such as "Weeds," "The Good Wife," "Ugly Betty," "Person of Interest," and "Blue Bloods" among others. Her feature film credits include One Small Hitch, See Girl Run, and Hard Luck. Her most recent off-Broadway theater credits include "Completeness" at Playwright's Horizons, "The Tutors" at Second Stage, and "Asheville" at Cherry Lane.   For further details please visit:


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