Producer/Editor/Director: Dan Riddle is currently an editor for the single camera comedy American Housewife on ABC. Past editing credits include the Sundance showcased Downward Dog on ABC, Raising Hope on FOX, Alone Together on Comedy Central, LA to Vegas on FOX, My Name is Earl on NBS, and Scream: The TV Series on MTV. Features he has recently edited: The Haunting of Sharon Tate starring Hilary Duff, The Amityville Murders, and The Last Possession.
Producer/Writer/Director: Greg Shouse a graduate of The American Film Institute with a MFA in Screenwriting. He’s had two of this screenplays, Technically Crazy and The Last Possession, produced independently and had projects optioned and in development by numerous production companies and Hollywood studios. Technically
Crazy was a passion project for Greg. It was a script he wrote the first draft of while studying at The American Film Institute but kept updating and improving for over a decade.
Michael B. Mullins
Producer/Director of Photography: Michael B. Mullins is a member of the International Cinematographers Guild and worked for many years in the camera department for the Emmy Award winning Monk series and the films Hidalgo, Superman Returns, and The Spiderwick Chronicles.
Additionally, he has shot for The Late Show with David Letterman, NBC, ABC, CNN, ESPN, RAI (Italy), ZDF (Germany) and the BBC. Michael served as producer and director of photography for the award-winning feature film Technically Crazy. He most recently directed the documentary shorts Project Freeplay and Paleonatic. Project Freeplay was broadcast on the Dallas’ PBS affiliate KERA and received an award from the Thin Line Film Festival. It will yield three separate releases: a documentary, live-concert video and a musical album.
Michael also served as Director of Photography on The Great Hanging which was honored with the second place prize at the Broadcast Education Associations Festival-of-Media-Arts in Las Vegas and was also broadcast on KERA. He is currently in post-production on Paleonatic and has commissioned Jimi Tunnell to score the film.
Michael holds B.S and M.S degrees and will complete his M.F.A degree in Documentary Production and Studies in May of 2019. He has photographed eight thesis documentaries while at The University of North Texas and two faculty films, Cuba and Mexico. Paleonatic is his final thesis production.
Producer: Frankey Dey has produced for the Dallas Sheriff’s Dept, Gary Cogill of WFAA, and New York Life. He has also worked on films such as Living/Dead, The Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift and Words and Pictures starring Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche.
Lead Actor: Timothy Brennen originally trained to be a modern dancer. He had a scholarship with The Nancy Spanier Dance Theater in Boulder Colorado before a knee injury ended his career. He was introduced to improvisational comedy while attending a workshop at a club in Denver and began taking classes there.
Shortly thereafter, he was invited to join a comedy troupe called Head Games, which he would later go on to direct. While performing weekly shows in Boulder and Denver, he signed with his first agent. He also started studying acting at Bill Howey’s studio, while regularly booking local and regional commercials as an on-camera and voice over talent. At Howey’s prompting, he moved to Los Angeles in 1999 and began taking classes at the Groundlings Theater. While moving up through the Groundlings’ school, he also studied regularly at Improv-Olympic West and The Second City. In 2001, he was promoted to the Groundlings’ Sunday Company. Here he honed his comedic writing and acting skills for the next year and a half, performing sketch and improv every Sunday night. In 2003 he was voted into the Groundlings’ main company. He then reconnected with Howey, who had moved his studios to LA, and took up scene -study with him over the next decade. During that time, he has worked steadily in both comedic and dramatic roles and in numerous national commercials. Brennen wrote and acted in fifteen main company shows and countless imrpov performances in his twelve year career at the Groundlings. He has also been a go-to for sketches on “Jimmy Kimmel Live”, making over 25 appearances. In 2016 he gave up his spot at The Groundlings and relocated to Chicago.
Composer: Michael Reola has scored several feature films, documentaries and is currently the composer for ABC Family’s, Melissa and Joey. Michael has a Master’s Degree in Music Composition from NYU and is a member of ASCAP.