Mika Boorem is a actress, director, writer, and producer based in Los Angeles. This is the first project Mika Boorem has directed on camera. Boorem began directing and producing plays in 2010. Boorem is best known for her acting career that began in 1994. Her feature film credits include Smile, Sleepover, Blue Crush, The Patriot, Along Came a Spider, Hearts in Atlantis, The Ward, Virgin Alexander, Good Day For It, Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights, Jack Frost, A Dark Desire, Carolina, Riding in Cars with Boys, Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her, Mighty Joe Young, Trucker and others. She has appeared on Dawson's Creek, House, Touched by an Angel, Ghost Whisperer. She starred in ABC Family's The Initiation of Sarah and the Lifetime Movie drama, Augusta, Gone, for which she won a Prism Award. Her work in Smile was honored at the Stony Brook Film Festival where she received the Rising Star Award. Mika was also nominated for a Teen Choice Award and four Young Artist Awards.
J. has been in the film industry for over 10 years. He enjoys keeping a low profile and living near the bay.
June Park is a cinematographer based in Los Angeles. Her interest in cinematography was piqued in college watching films, and studying philosophy of art at the University of Chicago. Her overwhelming desire to tell visual stories, and understand style on a deeper level led to acceptance into the prestigious AFI Masters program in cinematography, where she received the Tom Yoda scholarship for further study. She has worked in Local 600 since 2002 on commercials, features, and seasons three through eight of the TV show House in various positions within the camera department. In 2008 she became a Project Involve Fellow with Film Independent, and was mentored by award winning cinematographer, Rodrigo Prieto. Her recent work includes Amarelinha, a short film that was accepted and screened at Tribeca Film Festival, and Cannes Film Festival's Short Film Corner in 2007, and Knockout, a music video for the up and coming group HelenaMaria.
Benjamin Boorem comes from a documentary background. He specializes in producing projects in hard to reach and difficult locales. Boorem also holds a G.I.A. degree and is a gemologist. He has spent the majority of his adult life operating bush planes and helicopters in the jungles and remote terrain across the world. Some say that the "Most interesting man alive" commercials were based off of Benjamin Boorem. Did I mention he speaks five languages?
Executive Producer / Writer
Producer / Writer
Brandon Boyd began his career by producing and editing several Olympic Training films, including four national championship promos and several full length sports training videos. In 2010, Boyd helped edit and produce 'The Dynamiter,' which premiered at the 61st Annual Berlin International Film Festival and nationally at the Los Angeles Film Festival. The film was nominated for two Film Independent Spirit Awards and recognized with several other accolades including the Grand Jury Prize & Best Actor, Nashville Film Festival; Jury Prize, Deauville Film Festival; Best First Feature & Best Actor, Durban Film Festival. Boyd now travels between Nashville and Los Angeles, where he continues to edit and produce various projects.
Amalya - original song " Loving you"
Denis Sechaud - Sound mix
Denis Sechaud - Sound mix
Pascal Maziere - Foley