Cyril Morin (Director/Writer)
Cyril Morin is a multi-faceted artist. Variety hails him as "a successful film composer, producer and musician..." Premier magazine finds him "multi- talented". He has scored over 80 soundtracks for film and television, and done orchestrations for various artists including Madonna. Morin won many awards and nominations for his scores of The Syrian bride, Samsara, Little Jerusalem, Zaina and recently The Human Resources Manager. He just finished the score for Playoff (Eran Riklis) and for the TV series Borgia (Tom Fontana). After working for years with many great directors around the world,The Application cafe is his first short film as a director.
Karen Pyudik (Producer)
Karen Pyudik was born in St.Petersburg, Russia she graduated from Hermitage School of Art History. In 1992 she moved to Los Angeles to continue her undergraduate work in Art History at UCLA. After graduation she did art and historical research for an A&E renowned documentary series"History of Christianity". Karina received MFA in Producing from AFI. Her thesis project "Ubuntu's Wounds" won the Kodak Audience Award, the Caucus Award, the Martin Ritt Award, and the DGA Award. It was acquired and shown by HBO. Karina produced a feature film "Malachance" (New York TimesCritics' Pick) and Sci Fi feature "Point of Contact".
Tobias Datum (Director of Photography)
Datum was born in Frankfurt, Germany. He is a graduate of SFOF (Berlin) as well as AFI's cinematography program. He has shot numerous award winning independent features such as Dramamex, Momma's Man, Voy A Explotor, Amreeka, Terri, Smashed, and How The Girls Spent Their Summer.
Gayla Johnson (Actor: "Stacy")
Gayla Johnson is a talented Actress and stand-up comedian, currently on Showtime?s Fierce Funny Women and recurring on ABC's new Don't Trust the B-- In Apt. 23. She appears regularly at The Laugh Factory, The Comedy Store, Melrose Improv, Ice House, and the HaHa Comedy Club (London). She also plays in TV series Brothers & Sisters.
Chadwick Brown (Actor: "The Man")
Chadwick Brown has appeared in the Calvin Reeder classics The Snake Mountain Colada and The Oregonian and has worked on a number of far reaching projects, many featuring Ol' Blue, his 1969 Chevrolet C-10, from the mountains of eastern Los Angeles since arriving there in 2001 from Philadelphia. Chad handled the filmic gearshift as Music Supervisor on Michael Winterbottom's "The Killer Inside Me" and the upcoming Famke Janssen directorial debut "Bringing Up Bobby".
Casey Adler (Actor: "The Boy")
Casey Adler created a theatre company with his mentor professor entitled Actors Circle Ensemble (ACE). He recently played a supporting role in Kiss Me directed by Jeff Probst starring Sarah Bolger and Rita Wilson. Television Credits include: General Hospital and 26 Miles Pilot. Theatre Credits include: Indian Wants the Bronx and Tom & Jerry (Ivy Substation).