Beth is a Los Angeles-based casting associate, director, and acting/audition coach. Casting credits for Television include THE RED LINE, DEAD TO ME, TREADSTONE, PROJECT BLUE BOOK, TOM CLANCY'S JACK RYAN, ALTERED CARBON, AMERICAN GOTHIC, I'M DYING UP HERE, and MASTERS OF SEX. For the stage, she cast the west coast premiere of Ike Holter's play HIT THE WALL and an ensemble production of SEARCH FOR SIGNS OF INTELLIGENT LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE: REVISITED, produced by Jane Wagner and Lily Tomlin. Beth is a resident director with Critical Action Theatre Company and teaches at Identity School of Acting - Los Angeles.
For over a decade Gretchen Landau was a media sales and marketing strategist for pop culture giants Disney, ABC and ESPN. Landau recently served as production supervisor for Academy Award winner, Francis Ford Coppola’s experimental film workshop, Distant Vision and her producing credits include a series of award winning short films with producing partners Mindy Cohn and Michael Allen, the documentary FOLK, directed by Sara Terry and FEMINISTS: What were they thinking? directed by Johanna Demetrakas now streaming on Netflix. Landau is developing several new film and television projects with director Christopher N Rowley (Bonneville, Molly Moon) for their production company, Drop of Water Entertainment and has successfully run fundraising campaigns for several documentary films including RAISE HELL: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins (World Premiere @Sundance 2019) and WHO WILL WRITE OUR HISTORY (currently in theaters).
Robin is a Los Angeles-based talent manager working with actors, writers, and voice over talent in television, film, and motion capture. As part of our LGBTQIA community, she is proud to help celebrate our voices and work closely with director Beth Ryne to make this film happen. Thank you all for your help and your hearts with our journey.
Sam DelPilar is a live action and animation producer based out of Los Angeles. He’s worked on dozens of live action and animated shows for the Walt Disney Company. Sam is also the first person Beth shared her initial concept ideas with for this documentary back in 2013 and is excited to see those initial casual conversations turn into the wonderful project it is today.