MIKE IVERS - Mike
SCOTT KERNS - Scott
NED THORNE - Ned
EZRA MABENGEZA - Ezra
EMILEA WILSON - Emilea
CARA LOFTEN - Cara
NED THORNE - Director/DP/Editor
Ned Thorne has been making films since childhood. He currently lives and works in New York City.
ANTHONY MOODY - Producer
Veteran independent film producer Anthony Moody founded Indalo Productions in 2002 to develop, finance and produce compelling independent feature films. His projects have included Without Men (2012, starring Eva Longoria and Christian Slater), Rocksteady (2010, Cedric Sanders and Natalie Knepp), The Steam Experiment (2009, Val Kilmer and Armand Assante), Day Zero (2007, Elijah Wood, Chris Klein, Jon Bernthal, Elizabeth Moss, Ginnifer Goodwin, and Ally Sheedy), and Turning Green (2005, Timothy Hutton, Alessandro Nivola, and Colm Meany), as well as the upcoming Black Wings Has My Angel (Elijah Wood, Tom Hiddleston, and Anna Paquin).
Moody came to the film industry following a successful career in finance, including stints at Merril Lynch and Register.com. After earning his MBA in entertainment Finance at NYU's Stern School of Business, Moody built a thriving consulting practice, offering strategic financial advice to angel investors and corporations, including a $500 million healthcare company. Today, he brings all of those deal-making and entrepreneurial skills to the world of filmmaking. He is a member of the IFP Producers Group as well as the Producers Guild of America.
STEPHEN HAYS - Producer
Stephen is an executive producer and Managing Member of 120dB Films, a finance company specializing in gap, tax credit and related loans to the independent film industry. Founded in 2004, 120dB has executive produced over 70 films and television series. Stephen was co-founder and General Partner of Seneca Capital, a New York-based hedge fund (1996-2003), where he remains a partner and adviser. Prior, he was a Managing Director at Furman Selz, a NY-based investment bank where his focus was proprietary risk arbitrage and event-driven investing (1987-1995). Stephen's first position on Wall Street was at Laterman and Co., an arbitrage-focused hedge fund (1985-87). He received a BA in history from Kenyon College in 1983 and gained a Masters of Science in Accounting and Finance at the London School of Economics in 1985. In addition to his support of numerous non-profit organizations, Stephen serves on the Board of Directors of the Woodstock Film Festival, the Green Chimneys School for trouble youth, and is a member of the Leadership Counsel for Oxfam-America.