Making his Debut as “Charlie” in Blood Brother’s, Robert Dylan Bare is from Dallas Texas where he studied acting at Southern Methodist University’s Meadows School of the Arts. A Musician as well as a Stand-up Comedian, Dylan writes a performs material regularly on the Sunset Strip from the Comedy Store to the Viper Room. Dylan works as a Commercial Voice Over actor with the DPN Talent Agency. He has appeared along side Pop Duo Tegan & Sara in their video for Stop Desire, and was recently nominated for Best Actor at the BIOLA University Student Film Festival for the role of "Erin" in the short, "Lights in the Clouds".


Cameron Cowperthwaite is an American born actor. The majority of his theatrical acting training has been with world renowned acting coach Howard Fine. He participated in his first theatre production The Normal Heart where he was bit by the theatre bug, helping to create The Understudy Theatre company in Los Angeles. Their first production was John Patrick Shanley's Welcome to the Moon and Other Plays.  In 2016, he booked his first audition to play a Swedish tourist named Zac in the first season of Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders. From there he went to work on BoulderLight Pictures independent horror, thriller: Pledge, and his first recurring role in Ryan Murphy's and FX's Emmy nominated, hit show Feud where he plays real life actor Michael Parks. He also guest starred on Tina Fey's Netflix show Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt playing a snot nosed momma's boy as "Austin"; also HBO and David Simons' new show The Deuce, as "Peter", a porn star opposite Maggie Gyllenhaal, airing this fall.


MAX CHERNOV/ writer/ director/ producer

Native to Los Angeles, Max Chernov began his career in visual arts, becoming a national gold medalist at the 87th Scholastic Art and Writing Award, and winner at the Communication Arts 2015 Photography Annual. Max’s work is showcased in galleries across the country, such as Armory Center for the Arts and Parson New School for Design as well as published in multiple annuals, publications, and the Library of Congress. He is also featured in a “One Water” campaign for a Los Angeles based charity, LA Waterkeeper. Attending USC School of Cinematic Arts, Max wrote, directed, and produced numerous short films. Over the years, Max has worked at Skydance Productions, Walt Disney Studios, and Bad Robot Productions, where he most recently assisted the BTS editorial team for “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.”


Native to Silicon Valley, Nicole Falsetti began her producing career creating films for tech companies such as Medallia, Inc., Zenrez, and Macroclimate. While attending USC School of Cinematic Arts, Nicole served as creative producer on numerous short films, while also Showrunner and Executive Producer on Trojan Vision’s entertainment news show, The SCoop. Managing a crew and team of fifty-four people, her leadership ability is demonstrated in The SCoop’s ongoing success at red carpet events, movie premieres, and interviews with A-list celebrities. Nicole then worked in development at Bad Hat Harry Productions, New Regency Pictures, and Chain Camera Pictures. Most recently, she has worked in distribution and marketing at A24 Films. As a creative producer, she has worked on budgets for feature films including the horror film The Vineyard.

JEAN DE MEURON/ producer

Jean de Meuron was the Executive Producer of La femme et le TGV (2016) starring Jane Birkin, which was nominated for an OSCAR® for Best Live Action Short Film at the 89th Academy Awards®. After working as a branded-content and TV commercial producer in his native Switzerland, Jean worked at several major media conglomerates, as well as Hollywood studios such as Viacom, Paramount Pictures, The Weinstein Company, Universal Pictures and MGM. He started his professional career working for prolific NY-based film, TV and Broadway producer Scott Rudin at Scott Rudin Productions. His first professional credit was as the Associate Producer of the CINEMAsuisse: Marc Forster (2012) a documentary short subject about director Marc Forster. Jean was the Executive Producer of the short film, The Suitcase (2017), which had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival and made the Shortlist for the 2017 BAFTA Student Film Award in the Live Action category.

ELENA BAWIEC/ executive producer

A Moscow native, Elena Bawiec, graduated with an MFA from the renowned USC School of Cinematic Arts. While at USC, Elena produced numerous short films that travelled to film festivals worldwide, gathering significant critical acclaim along the way. Among them are: Only Light, a poetic exploration of the world of human trafficking; Kafka, a sci-fi comedy about a time machine gone awry; and D’Arline, a period drama generously supported by the Sloan Foundation about the physicist Richard Feynman. Her newest projects are an ambitious dune racing proof of concept, Mother’s Day and a cinematic essay by Greg Strasz Incendium, on which she worked side by side with her producing partner Jean de Meuron.

DAN FUNES/ executive producer

Beginning as a published writer, Dan drifted into sports as both a professional athlete and a journalist after graduating with honors from Florida State University with two degrees—Creative Writing with a Film Minor and Human Resources Management. After retiring from mixed martial arts and years as Managing Editor at a Canadian-based publication company, Dan worked in the tech industry to build startups around innovative ideas. Now, refocused on storytelling, Dan brings a unique business background and experience to his role as a producer and writer. Dan has produced multiple Alfred P. Sloan grant recipient films and thesis films within USC, Loyola Marymount University, and Columbia University. Several of the films he has worked on have been selected to notable Academy-accredited festivals such as Tribeca, LA Shorts, HollyShorts, and the Student Academy Awards.