Margaret Keane Williams (Executive Producer/Story co-writer/Samantha) – Margaret was born and raised in New York, and began her acting career in amateur plays in Long Island. She trained professionally at Stella Adler and studied literature at New York University. Graduating in 2010, Williams landed her first major television role in Cinemax's "The Girls Guide to Depravity", where she played series regular, Kate. She has appeared in a number of regional commercials, and films and more recently MTV's "The Audition" film. Confronted with the realization that she would not be able to find a traditional job after college, Maggie channeled her frustrations into making this film. This is her first feature film, and marks her debut as a writer and producer.
Jessica Piervicenti (Producer/Vicky) – Jessica's passion for acting began at a young age when she made her television debut in a Nickelodeon pilot, "Stanley Saves the Day," at age 12. In pursuit of her dream, she auditioned and was accepted into LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts (the "Fame" school). After 14 years of dance, gymnastics, and acting training she chose to major in Theater and Dance at Trinity College in Hartford, CT where she choreographed and performed in both theater and dance productions. During an extended semester abroad in Italy, she studied Commedia dell'Arte, as well as other forms of physical masked theater, with some of the most acclaimed professors in the region. Piervicenti's most notable achievements since her graduation are starring roles in the web series, "In The Now," and the cable television series, "From Date To Mate," ]created by an award winning feature film director. She has also recently starred on stage as Rachel in a production of "Inherit The Wind."
Sloan Copeland (Writer/Director/Producer) – Sloan is a multi-award winning feature film director, writer, editor and producer born and raised in New York City. His moviemaking career began while attending Lehigh University where his focus shifted from music production to film. He founded Self Conscious Entertainment in 2001 and has grown the production group into a highly creative, respected company. In 2004, he wrote, directed, produced, edited, scored and acted in the multiple-award winning romantic comedy, "unREAL", which is distributed globally by LifeSize Entertainment. Copeland took on all of these roles once again for his follow-up feature film, the psychological romantic thriller "Synapse." He has supported production for various independent films including "A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints," "Beautiful Ohio," and "Ordinary World." Some of his other notable credits include the web series "IN THE NOW," and the hit cable TV show "From Date to Mate," currently airing nationwide. Copeland's latest feature film, "Wet Behind The Ears," has recently concluded its overwhelmingly successful festival run, taking home 17 awards and garnering considerable buzz.
J. B. Miller (Executive Producer) – J.B. is the President & CEO of Empire Entertainment, and an Emmy® Award winning producer with over two decades of experience as a producer and representative of the interests of global corporations, not-for-profits, private individuals and governments in all areas of the entertainment industries. As an Executive Producer, Miller has personally created, produced and overseen production on thousands of major corporate, not-for-profit and private events on six continents for clients that include Google, Time Warner, Microsoft, The Walt Disney Company, HP, Goldman, Sachs & Co., Mercedes-Benz, PepsiCo, IBM, Samsung, SONY, American Express, Viacom and hundreds of others. In 2011 Miller was recognized as Producer of the Year by BizBash's Reader's Choice Awards. Miller has also worked extensively as a producer and executive producer in television, motion pictures, industrial video and digital. In 2005 Miller was a consultant on the Academy Award® winning feature film "Capote." In 1998 Miller served as executive producer for the critically-acclaimed feature documentary motion picture, "The Cruise," which was distributed by Artisan Entertainment, and televised by HBO/Cinemax. Miller received an Emmy® Award for Outstanding Achievement in News / Documentary programming for his work on "The Cruise". Miller is also Executive Producer of the forthcoming documentary feature, "On The Path" on the subject of Buddhist teacher S. N. Goenka.
Benjamin Zimbric (Director of Photography/Producer) – "You can go to any film school you want. As long as it's not in California." And thus, Benjamin Zimbric's mother's words landed him smack in the middle of NYC attending NYU. While there Zimbric spent all his available time shooting, completing 28 short films. Zimbric shot his first narrative feature film, "Synapse." with director Sloan Copeland in the summer of 2006. In 2007 he again teamed with Copeland to shoot the web series "In the Now". In 2008 he was given the opportunity to shoot his second documentary feature, "Big in Europe" a month long excursion with a country western band through Europe. 2009 again saw Copeland and Zimbric teaming up to shoot "From Date to Mate," for Shalom TV. Most recently Copeland decided to team up with Zimbric to shoot "Wet Behind the Ears" in the Fall of 2011. He has also shot over 45 short films and music videos for artists such as, The Weepies, Greg Tannen, Abby Bernstein, and Z02.