Brent Kinetz – director
Brent has written, produced, and directed many short films. His short film Somewhere Between Strain and Sun, a movie about a phone call to a suicide prevention hotline won a special commendation at the Llano Estacado Film Festival in Texas. He also produced Two Grey Hills, based on a Tony Hillerman novel starring Gary Farmer, which screened at SXSW. Brent studied filmmaking at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. This is Brent’s first feature film project.
Terence Mickey – director
Terence Mickey is a writer and storyteller, who created and hosts the podcast Memory Motel. He received his MFA from UC Irvine, where he was the recipient of the Dorothy and Donald Strauss Endowed Thesis Fellowship. He’s performed on the Moth’s MainStage and has taught storytelling to leadership at international brands, including Chanel, Marsh and McLennan, Cigna and Vanguard, curators at the Smithsonian Institute, undergraduates at UC Irvine, futurists at the Science House, recovering addicts at Palladia Starhill, one of New York City’s largest residential rehab center, and many others.