Jason Wulfsohn - Producer, Director

This is Jason's second feature, following 'The Bone Snatcher' for First Look Media and Overseas Film Group. 'The Covenant', his graduation short from USC Film School, was the recipient of numerous festival honors, including the prestigious John Huston Directing Award, as well as a Cine Golden Eagle and top honors at the Hamptons International Film Festival, the New Orleans International Film Festival and the Chicago International Film Festival. Since graduation from Cambridge University and USC Film School he has directed numerous commercials through Satellite Films, Bruce Dowad Associates and currently November Films. He is represented by ICM.

Sacha Grunpeter - Producer, Writer, Ethan (lead actor)

Sacha's first script, 'The Legacy', was an adaptation of Guy de Maupassant's nineteenth century novel 'Pierre and Jean' and is in development with Neve Campbell attached. His second script, 'The Diameter of The Bomb', charts the real life events of a suicide bombing carried out by two British born Muslims in Tel Aviv, Israel, in 2002. Bernie Morris ('The United States of Leland') is currently producing. After graduation from Cambridge University, Sacha worked first in the theater in England, then taking on lead roles in such BBC and Channel 4 prime-time series as 'Agony Again' and 'Dream Team.'

On the final day of production Sacha Grunpeter was tragically killed in a car accident. This film - about life, as well as life after death - stands both as a testament to Sacha's vision but also represents the ultimate convergence between art and the real events of an artist's life.

Megan Charlotte Edwards - Debbi

Megan won a Best Actress award from Talent in Motion magazine for her leading performance in the romantic comedy, 'Tattoo, a Love Story' (Audience Award Winner and the Grand Jury Prize Winner at the Florida Film Festival, 2002). Tattoo had a limited theatrical release in the U.S. and is now out on DVD. It is distributed internationally by Curb Entertainment. She also recently had a memorable supporting role as a Russian performance artist in the Slamdance indie feature 'The Dry Spell'. Megan worked with critically acclaimed director Tom Noonan (Sundance '94 Grand Jury Prize winner 'What Happened Was'), where she was cast as Kim in a leading role in his third directorial effort 'Wang Dang'. Megan also appeared in his Off-Broadway production at the Paradise Theater. She is credited for her roles in numerous other independent features; she got her start in the third installment of the Poison Ivy trilogy. In television, Megan has appeared in American Dreams, Dragnet, The Practice, and Leap of Faith, among others.

Max Chipchase - Music Supervisor

Max Chipchase has rapidly gained a reputation as a top international DJ and emerging music supervisor. Clients such as The Rolling Stones, Robert de Niro and Bvlgari have relied on his unique skills for their events. The soundtrack that Max assembled for 'Tracing Cowboys' features work by Chris Isaak, Ry Cooder, Calexico and Peter Stormarre.

Max's reputation within the music industry has led to him playing at Mick Jagger's 60 th Birthday in Prague, numerous parties for The Rolling Stones, on Madonna's 2004 UK Re-invention tour and for Tina Turner. For the fashion world, Max recently performed at the 150 th Anniversary of Louis Vuitton in Tokyo and the 25th Anniversary of Cartier in Beverly Hills. He also played at the launch shows of Bvlgari's 'Astrale' in both New York and St Petersberg, at Giorgio Armani's birthday, as well as many repeat parties for Chanel, Burberry and Dunhill. His Hollywood clients have included Matt Damon, Terry Gilliam, Elizabeth Hurley and Robert de Niro. As well as producing compilations and soundtracks, Max can also be found in the studio working on various remix projects (Sugarbabes, B.F.F) whilst also working on his own production, with plans to release a solo artist album in the coming months.

Matt Konicek - Editor

Matt is an editor with over fifteen years experience in film, television, documentaries and commercials. In addition to film and episodic television work he has edited commercials and music videos for directors that include Spike Jonze, Kevin Smith, Zach Snyder, Kinker Usher, Traktor and Caleb Deschanel. His own short films have won numerous festival awards, including the Premiere Prize at the Berlin International Film Festival. the Chicago International Film Festival and the New York International Film Festival.

David Morrison - Cinematographer

David is originally from North Carolina and pursued his education at The Savannah College of Art and Design, majoring in Fine Art photography. After moving to Los Angeles in 1989 he started his career as D.P. by shooting music videos, indie features and documentaries. A few of the film titles that he has photographed include "See Jane Run," Double Bang" for HBO, "Glamazon" and "Fanci's Persuasion". After a few years of this David segued into commercials and has lensed campaigns for clients such as Budweiser, McDonalds, and Intel. In the commercial world he met a few key directors that he has since collaborated with on other features. He currently has a film titled Stephanie Daley that is in the dramatic competition at The Sundance Festival in 2006.

Joe Gruberman - Co-Producer

Joe works and resides in Phoenix, Arizona, where he writes and produces for local television and runs educational seminars on screenwriting and filmmaking. A regular speaker at the Screenwriter's Expo, he is also the Education Director of IPF/Phoenix. Joe has produced several independent features and shorts, focusing primarily on the legal and financial aspects of productions. He holds a Master's Degree from WP Carey School of Business.

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