Natalie Kim as Police Officer Kathleen Stamos
Natalie is a comedy actress and writer who enjoys finding the honesty in every day situations. She has been on NBC's The Blacklist, Law & Order: SVU, ABC's Time After Time (2017) and independent films such as The Hanji Box by Nora Jacobson, West 32nd by Michael Kang, Spencer by Geoff Lerer and the comedy web series, ESPANTO! directed by SNL Alum Horatio Sanz. She wrote and produced the comedy web series SUPERTWINS! which garnered over 10,000+ views. She also wrote the animated series Kimchi Power about the antics of her Korean mom.


JR Carter as Police Officer Rico Thomas
J.R. Carter is an American actor hails from New York City. He has a passion for independent film, and loves working with creative, like-minded people. J.R. is an actual New York City police detective with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration. J.R. was thrilled and delighted to work on this project, to show the human side of the badge.  

Theater: Welcome Home Soldier, and Waiting for Lefty.  

TV: CSI,  Bored to Death, Damages, Back, Rubicon, and the Sherri Show. 

Film: The Meisner Movie, Drug of Love, Dishonorable Vendetta, Black Coffee, The Winning Season, Notorious, Cop Out, Certainty, Theo, Gulliver’s Travels, The Dark Knight Rises, The Question, Trap Street, and the soon to be released, Vendetta Games.  

J.R. is a proud student of Playhouse West Brooklyn Lab, studying acting under Jim Parrack, Andrea Dantas, and Leven Rambin-Parrack.

Dario Anthony as Angelo Giordano
Was raised in the Northern Plains of Calcutta. As a child of the earth, he immigrated to America with the help of missionaries. They connected him to Jim Parrack and Andrea Dantes for acting class in Brooklyn, New York where he has been working as a brazen zoo keeper in the Bronx. 


Writer, Producer & Director - Natalie Kim
(See above)

Director of Photography - Jason Whitaker
Jason Whitaker (Director of Photography), a graduate of Vancouver Film School's Film Production program, is a freelance Director of Photography, Videographer, and Editor. His varied film and video production work has taken him to Nickelodeon and Syfy channel movie shoots in British Columbia, the sets of All My Children and One Life to Live in Stamford, CT, and corporate video shoots for many well known brands. He also has spent many summers teaching video production to kids at Creative Summer at the Mead School in Stamford, CT. He was also the Director of Photography on the comedy web series “With Friends Like These.” as well as "Gemma and the Bear"

Assistant Director - Aldous Davidson
Aldous Davidson is an actor, director and professional AD that has been working in the industry for over 15 years. He is a proud graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts with a degree in Film and Television Production. His acting credits include feature films such as Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight Rises and Columbia Pictures' Annie and television shows such as CBS's Blue Bloods and MTV's The Guy Code. His own film How to Greet the Dead won YOMYOMF and Toyota's Interpretations 1.0 contest. 

Sound - Luke Delahanty
Mainer at heart, Brooklynite in location and spirit, Luke is a jack-of-all-trades filmmaker who currently works full time for Fast Company magazine, and takes freelance gigs on the side. When not playing his bagpipes in Prospect Park, he enjoys searching for stories through new people, new experiences, and travel.

Production Coordinator - Delilah Campos
Delilah Campos is a writer/ director based in New York City with an interest in issues of spirituality and self-empowerment. She worked as a Production Assistant and Production Coordinator for various independent projects including award-winning feature Bittersweet Monday (Canada Film Festival, 2015), and award-winning short Chance of Rain (Sonoma International Film Festival, 2013). She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in screenwriting at the Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema.

Production Assistant/Sound Assistant - Ben Golden

Sound Engineer - Mariusz Glablinksi