Rhian Green was born in North Wales and was brought up in North Wales and Liverpool.
She trained as an actress at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and has worked extensively in film, theatre and television in English and in Welsh.
Rhian directed her first short film 'Too Late' in December, 2011 and 'The Co-Star' followed swiftly on its heels in February, 2012.
Her first feature 'A World After' a post-apocalyptic zombie movie shot on location in North Wales, is currently in post-production.
JEANNE TAYLOR, WRITER
Jeanne Taylor is an award winning screenplay writer, actress and film producer. The short films she wrote entitled The Co-star (about auditioning for one line parts in Hollywood) and The Co-star: Master Acting Class, have won multiple awards including Best Screenplay, Best Comedy (twice), Audience Favorite, Women Filmmakers, Short Film, and Leading Actress. In fact, she has won six Leading Actress Awards at Best Shorts Competition (2013 & 2014) Indie Fest (2013 & 2014), The Accolade Competition (2014) and Women's Independent Film Festival (2014).
Jeanne is honored to have trained with Jeffrey Tambor (Transparent & Arrested Development), Abigail Deser (Steppenwolf), Lynn Redgrave (Beverly Hills), Ada Brown Mather (Juilliard), Kyle Donnelly (The Actors' Center, Chicago) and Kristin Hangii (Rock of Ages).
Ms. Taylor attended Western Michigan University in Theatre/Music and California State University, Northridge in Educational Psychology. She holds a B.S., M.S. and is a licensed Marriage, Family Therapist in the state of California.
Thomas W. Floutz, Producer
Jeanne Taylor, Executive Producer
Aymae Sulick, Cinematography
Aymae Sulick is an award-winning cinematographer of documentary films, including Living by Instinct: Animals and their Rescuers and The Size of It. She has shot documentary and narrative film and television that screened on networks such as PBS, CBS, ABC, A&E, Bravo, ESPN, Animal Planet, and The Travel Channel, as well as in numerous festivals.
Laura J. Fisk, Editor
Laura Fisk began her career with Native American Director Valerie Red-Horse, editing several short films. Her big break came when she was asked to edit Valerie Red-Horse & Gale Ann Hurd’s television movie Choctaw Code Talkers. It aired on PBS in 2010 and was an Official Selection for the United Nations Association Film Festival in 2011. Laura cut her first independent feature film As High As the Sky which won the Audience Choice Award at the Idyllwild Cinemafest this year. It is currently screening at film festivals around the country. Laura met Rhian Green and Jeanne Taylor and immediately hit it off; and together created the hilarious short, The Co-Star and The Co-Star: Master Acting Class.
Virginia Anzengruber, Assistant Director
Nathan Whitcomb, Sound
Hauk Heimdallsman, Sound re-recording mixer
Michael Shubin, Foley Artist