Artwork by Ali Douglass
Produced by Joanna Bowzer and Donaldo Prescod
Cinematography by Ben Roif

“[A] hilarious racial commentary… that provides for an entertaining, racially-charged discussion
over which race—black or white— ‘be wildin’ when it comes to serial murderers.”


Frank Harts (Earl)Frank Harts (Earl): Frank was born/raised in rural Illinois, a few hours West of Chicago. Select film credits include: Jono Oliver’s NAACP nominated film,  "HOME" (now streaming),  “EXPERIMENTER" directed by Michael Almereyda (Sundance; now streaming), "THE FAMILY FANG" with director Jason Bateman (Tribeca; now streaming), and PATERSON directed by Jim Jarmusch (premiering at CANNES 2016). On Television:  Frank recurred on season one of HBO's “The Leftovers."  He currently recurs as FBI Agent Dale Christo on the new hit Showtime series, BILLIONS. He also recurs on the new hit HULU series THE PATH as FBI Agent Fredericks. Select New York stage works includes roles originated in David Ives’s “School For Lies” at CSC,  Toshiki Okada’s American premiere of “Enjoy,” and Lincoln Center Theatre’s (LCT3) production of Kirsten Greenidges’s “Luck of the Irish.” Frank played George Murchison on Broadway in “A Raisin In The Sun."  Last Summer he played Sebastian in the Public Theatre production of Shakespeare's "The Tempest," directed by Michael Greif at the Delacorte stage in NYC's Central Park.He recieved his B.F.A  in Acting from Juilliard, where he was awarded the Raul Julia prize for excellence. He currently resides in New York City with his lovely wife, Shelley. Visit his IMDB page

Isabella Mehiel (Carla)Isabella Mehiel (Carla): Isabella Mehiel is a queer, Latina artist who was born in New York City and began working as a professional actor at the age of 10. Her prominent credits include Marianne Elliot's The Miracle Worker and Anthony Page's Broadway production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. She recently graduated from Northwestern University where she founded the Voyeur Theatre Collective, a group of young multimedia artists who create live performance events geared towards digital natives. Isabella is currently developing new work as a part of Emerge NYC, a program at the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics. You can see her next in the upcoming production Telegraph Bois at Ars Nova.

Ben Roif (Cinematographer)Ben Roif (Cinematographer): Ben is a freelance filmmaker based in NYC. He specializes in branded content and travel documentarian work but always finds time for his passion- working on independent shorts. the Ben has worked with clients such as Exxon Mobile, Huffington Post and Anheiser Busch while also continuing to seek out passion projects. In the past year these projects have brought him to Patagonia, the Arctic Circle and most recently to the Republic of Georgia. Check out some of his work by visiting BenRoif.com

Joanna Bowzer (Producer)Joanna Bowzer (Producer): A producer, director and writer with projects in film, theater and the Web. Her films have won awards at over a dozen festivals, and have been shown at over 30, including: Palm Springs International Film Festival, Catalina International Film Festival, New York City International Film Festival, Manhattan Film Festival and New York Shorts Fest. Additionally, her film “Imagine I’m Beautiful” won the Rising Star Award at the Canadian International Film Festival and Best Feature at both Arizona International Film Festival and Cape Fear International Film Festival.In addition to her work on the above, Joanna also has over a decade of experience working with Internet start-ups in premium digital media business development and marketing. Check out her IMDB page or follow her on Twitter: @joannabowzer.

Donaldo Prescod (Writer/Director)Donaldo Prescod (Writer/Director): Actor, writer, and filmmaker from Boston, Mass. After receiving his BA in Cinema at SFSU he moved to New York to earn an MA in Acting at The New School for Drama.  As an actor Donaldo has appeared in: Angels in America, Lend Me a Tenor, The New York premiere of The Recommendation by Jonathan Caren, The Wundelsteipen by Nick Jones, True Bible Tales by Rob Asksins, Patrick’s Story and The End: When God Gave Up by Kyle Bradstreet, Richard III, Burn This, and Dylan directed by Liz Carlson. He has written numerous plays for the late night episodic #serials@theflea including The 1’s and 2’s (now a full length).



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