WRITER | DIRECTOR
Keith Boynton is a playwright and filmmaker, and a graduate of Columbia University's MFA program, where he studied under Craig Lucas, Anne Bogart, and Charles L. Mee. His music video for Darlingside’s “The Ancestor” has been viewed over 200,000 times; he has also directed videos for songs by Alison Krauss, Mark Lanegan, and the Spring Standards. His last feature film, Seven Lovers, won a Special Jury Prize at the Rhode Island International Film Festival, and is now available on Amazon and iTunes; his newest feature, The Winter House, starring Lili Taylor and François Arnaud, is currently in post-production in anticipation of a 2021 release. Some of his other film work can be seen at crazylakepictures.com. The New York Times called him “a talent worth watching,” but they said some mean stuff too.
Tony Glazer is an award-winning writer/director/producer and a Managing Partner of Choice Films Inc. and Choice Theatricals. Tony’s plays have been produced in New York, New Jersey, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, England and Canada. His feature film credits include Dead Sound (Producer/Director) Trick (Production Supervisor), Lost Cat Corona (Producer), After the Sun Fell (Producer/Director), Heather (Producer), Above All Things (Consulting Producer) and Junction, which he wrote, directed, and which won 17 major film festival awards around the country before a national and international theatrical release (int’l title Hostage). Tony was the Director of the short film Trust Me I’m a Lifeguard which premiered at the 2014 TriBeCa Film Festival and of the multi-award winning short, Mired which toured the festival circuit in 2016. Projects currently in development include: Visiting Day, Things We Hold, American Stare, Miss Liberty. Tony was an Executive Producer, Showrunner and Co-Writer on the upcoming television series, Big Dogs.
Glazer's stage plays include Stain, Safe and The Substance of Bliss (published by Samuel French), American Stare, In The Daylight, Reading Under the Influence and What Friends Are For. Glazer's short play Lines has also been published in the Best 10-Minute Plays 2012 edition, The Substance of Bliss won the L. Arnold Weissberger Award at The Williamstown Theatre Festival. Recent television directing credits include episodes on the shows REDRUM and A CRIME TO REMEMBER. Tony received his BFA in Acting from Boston University and studied acting with Maggie Flanigan. He is a member of SAG/AFTRA, DGA and WGAE. Find Tony online at: www.tonyglazer.com
Summer Crockett Moore is an award-winning actress/producer and a Managing Partner and founding member of Choice Films Inc. and Choice Theatricals. As a producer, she has helmed award-winning independent feature length and short ﬁlms, Off-Broadway and Regional theater productions, and chaired an annual Celebrity Awards Gala Saluting NY Theatre and Film. Additionally, Summer served as a Showrunner and Line Producer for the upcoming television series Big Dogs. Feature Film projects include: Trick (2019), Beauty Mark (2018), Above All Things (2016), After the Sun Fell (2017), Lez Bomb (2018), Lost Cat Corona (2016), Dead Sound (2019), Junction (2013), Heather (2017), Wholly Broken (2017). Short Films include: Trust Me I’m A Lifeguard, These Things We Hold, Mired, Symposium, A Younger Man. TV Projects: Big Dogs (2020), Vevo’s One Night Only (2016). Development projects include: Visiting Day, Things We Hold, American Stare, Miss Liberty and Private Woods. Theatre projects include the Off-Broadway world premieres of Scrambled Eggs, Reading Under the Influence, Stain, In the Daylight, and Tune In, as well as revivals of Playing with Fire and Five Women Wearing The Same Dress, and the regional / world premiere of the new plays, Between the Lines, and American Stare.
Summer can be seen and heard in various national and international television and radio commercial spots (over 650 in her commercial career) as well as in recurring roles in television shows and in feature films. She also voices multiple characters in several cartoon series. For a full list of her credits & awards find her on IMDB, or visit: www.summercrockettmoore.com/actress.
Kate Geller is a New York-based film and television Casting Director. Recent and current projects include: NINE DAYS (Sundance 2020), SHIVA BABY (SXSW 2020), MATERNA (Tribeca 2020), BLOOD TIES S1+S2 (Podcast), SORRY CHARLIE (Podcast - S1), UNT COCO/DEUTCH Scripted Podcast (S1), OMNIBOAT, JUST CHICKEN, THE GYMNAST, PUDDYSTICKS, THE LAST THING MARY SAW, THE ADVENTURES OF TOMMY CHAOS AND STACEY DANGER, LONG WEEKEND, GIVING BIRTH TO A BUTTERFLY, EVERYTHING IS TERRIBLE, NIGHT MUSIC, and many more upcoming films.
Past projects include: JOHN WICK + JOHN WICK 2, DON'T THINK TWICE, THE SUNLIT NIGHT, DIETLAND (AMC), OTHERHOOD, LOST TRANSMISSIONS, KINGFISH, numerous shorts, CHAINED FOR LIFE, THE INCREDIBLE JESSICA JAMES, LIZZIE (with Chloe Sevigny and Kristen Stewart, SUNDANCE 2018), JONATHAN, SOLLERS POINT, AMATEUR, TULLY, THE GIANT, 18 TO PARTY, MATING (Showtime), DETECTIVE CHINATOWN II, THE AMARANTH, DEMOLITION, WILD CANARIES, LITTLE ACCIDENTS, PEOPLE PLACES THINGS, OBVIOUS CHILD, JACQUELINE: ARGENTINE, SOUTHPAW, BLINDSPOT (NBC - Season 1), THE BLACKLIST (NBC - Season 1+2), NOAH, THE WOLVERINE and many more.
Aitor Mendilibar is a New York-based filmmaker and cinematographer. He is originally from Basque Country, where he received degrees in computer science, telecommunications, and audio/visual production. In 2012, he moved to New York City to study documentary filmmaking at New York Film Academy. Since graduating he has worked as a cinematographer for narrative films, documentaries, commercials, among other projects. His first feature film as a director of photography (PROM KING, 2010) won the New Vision Award at Cinequest Film Festival. He has worked with Oscar nominated director and producer Oren Jacoby and award winning choreographers Reggie Wilson, Raja Feather Kelly and Jonah Bokaer. He also creates his own content and collaborates with artists across genres. Aitor is currently working on his second short film as a director (IRTEN BARRURA) which is in post-production and could be released as early as mid 2020. He is also the co-founder and former bass player of the Basque punk rock band Disorders, that played for 10 years and produced two studio albums. After the Disorders split in 2011, Aitor co-founded the punk rock band The Wilsons in 2014 for which he currently plays the bass
As a young woman, Bethanne had the opportunity to work with celebrated fashion designer, Betsey Johnson and from there moved on to work at other successful apparel companies in NYC’s Garment Center. From that work experience and education, she began her costume career working in independent feature film. Since then she has gone on to costume design over 18 feature films. From the very beginning of the process, Beth immerses herself into character and story research working closely with directors and actors to bring characters to life.
Missy DiPiero is a Production Designer who has been designing for film and television in the Art and Costume departments since 2014. She has designed films and TV series featured on platforms including the Hallmark Channel, Lifetime, PBS, SyFy, Amazon Prime Video and Netflix. She earned her B.A. and M.A in Advertising from Michigan State University and The University of Texas at Austin. Before turning her focus to film, DiPiero was a graphic designer in Austin, San Francisco and Manhattan. She created branding for high-end fashion houses and boutiques; designed storefront displays; Art Directed for fashion magazines; and freelanced for a variety of industries and clients. DiPiero also designs and upcycles clothing and furniture when not filming.
Andre recently completed a Concerto for World Instruments and Orchestra and shortly before that, completed work on his 1st symphony. Other credits include numerous film scores, music for various Television shows, plus extensive work in theater and as an independent record producer.
Michael Ford is a pianist/composer who lives in Falls Village, CT. He grew up in the Philadelphia area and began studying the piano at the age of 4, and performed his first public concert at age 6. He made his debut as soloist with the Allentown Symphony Orchestra at 13.
Infatuated with progressive rock and jazz fusion, he formed several bands performing with a large collection of keyboards. He later toured as pianist for the Paul Taylor Dance Company and performed and recorded both as soloist and with the orchestra in their Broadway seasons and in PBS “Dance in America” series.
In 1995, after being introduced to children’s book author and illustrator, Sandra Boynton, they forged a longtime collaboration of songwriting spanning 25 years that resulted in six book/ cd’s for children and family, two of which went gold and one platinum - “Philadelphia Chickens”.
Rediscovering the intimate power of the solo piano resulted in the creation of four impressionistic albums. Two of them nominated for best contemporary classical album by the Independent Music Awards.
His music has appeared in films, documentaries, modern dance performances and theatrical plays. His debut as a feature film scorer began in 2009 and has continued to the present, (The Scottish Play is his third film with director Keith Boynton).