Will Turner

Will Turner lives in Williamsburg and plays banjo in a folk band. Despite this, he somehow manages to be a real human being. He is an actor with the singular distinction of being known as "wonderfully unfussy" by the New York Times, and he is interested in work ranging from Shakespeare to experimental film.

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Miles Jacoby

Most recently, Miles toured around the country with the First National Tour of Jersey Boys in the role of Bob Gaudio. Favorite film projects include College Musical: The Movie, Special Delivery with the NYU Graduate Film Program, and Time to Pretend at Fairfield University. Other theater credits include the Drama Desk nominated These Seven Sicknesses with the Flea Theater, Legend of the Word at the Abrons Arts Center, a reading of the new musical Damascus Square at 54 Below, and Woyzeck with the Aporia Theater. He received his B.A. from Yale University.

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milesjacoby.com

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Betty Kaplan

After an early life of Communism Betty moved on to Zionism and then became an ardent supporter of Capitalism here in NYC. Besides her love for living in different countries, dancing, sci-fi, and languages, Betty also beats on drums and is generally loud. Her recent works include the role of Tyler in Some Girl(s) by Neil LaBute, a haunted hospital themed webseries called The Graveyard Shift, a site specific theater collaboration with Daniel Talbott at Primary Stages, and the role of a sassy murder witness in the indie action Pearl. She is now shooting the lesbian themed webseries Producing Juliet directed by Tina Cesa Ward and a romcom intended for SXSW. When Betty grows up she hopes to spend years as an actress while waiting for her chance to wait tables.

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bettynyc.com

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Savannah Crafton

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Barry DeBois

Barry DeBois is an engineer-turned-actor/director originally from Northeast Ohio who studied drama and vocal music throughout high school and college, garnering music and art specializations. He has directed vocal ensembles and fronted rock and big bands, and has performed around the world singing and acting. Barry founded Bruth Media in 2011 with co-producer, Brayden Hade. With Bruth Media, Barry assistant directed and produced music for episodes of the TV/web series Rock-Star Cafe and produced a run of Neil LaBute's The Shape of Things at TheaterLab in New York City. Train Approaching is his film writing and directorial debut, with a dream cast and production crew.

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Brayden Hade

Brayden Hade is a writer/director based out of Astoria, Queens, and one of the founders of Bruth Media.

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Matt Elias

Matt is a New York City-based video Editor with a diverse background ranging from commercial advertising to music videos and short films. Hailing from Long Island NY, Matt grew up with a strong passion for music, film, and the arts. He is currently employed at a New York post-production house and is always looking for new and creative projects to work on.

Train Approaching was cut on Avid Media Composer 7.

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Corey Frederick

Corey graduated from the State University of New York at Oswego with a Bachelor of Marketing. Currently residing in New York City, Corey is a freelance graphic designer and web-developer. He is working on several web projects ranging from E-commerce web stores to this very website.

coreyfrederick.com

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Sasha Larco

Sasha Larco is a Production Sound Mixer/Sound Designer currently living in Jamaica, New York. He's a graduate of The Vancouver Film School where he studied Sound Design for Visual Media. He's originally from Haiti and is now expanding himself as a sound professional in the US. Sasha's services range from sound editing, sound design, and sound mixing, to production sound. He owns and operates gear ranging from Sound Devices, Sennheiser, Audio Technica and Dynaudio. His studio includes software such as Pro Tools 10, Kontakt, Reaper, and Waves Audio plugins. Sasha is a video game and contemporary music enthusiast. He also draws and enjoys watching TV shows on Netflix.

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Sean O'Kane

Sean is a New York City-based photographer & videographer. Coming from a diverse background including journalism, music photography, and documentary-style video work, this was his first time working as Director of Photography for a short film.


Shot with:
Canon 5d Mk II (2)
Canon 24-70 f/2.8L
Canon 70-200 f/2.8L
Canon 24-105 f/4L

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Terrence O'Kane

Terence is a 24yr old SUNY grad who assists his brother, DP Sean O'Kane, on many shoots. Raised in Oswego, NY, Terry is an aspiring film producer with roots in short films. Working as a PA, an intern, an AC, location manager, AD, and a producer, he hopes to continue finding new and exciting projects to work on. Past projects include Merciless Playground, a 30min Narrative/Drama and contender in SUNYWide Film Festival and Buffalo Niagara Film Festival (Producer/Actor/Editor/Location Manager), Halfway, a 25min Narrative/Comedy (Producer/Actor/Location Manager/AD) and SiCK, a Music Video for the song by Salem (Location Manager/Producer/AD).

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A young man struggles to discover why the girls that he never talks to on the train stir his romantic fantasies, while his bar conquests can never move him to a second date.





Will Turner

as

Bryan

Miles Jacoby

as

Kurtiss

Betty Kaplan

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Lynn

Savannah Crafton

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Gretchen

Production Team

Barry DeBois

Executive Producer, Writer, Director

Brayden Hade

Producer, Assistant Director

Matt Elias

Associate Producer, Editor

Corey Frederick

Associate Producer, Director of Marketing

Sasha Larco

Sound Mixer

Sean O'Kane

Director of Photography

Terrence O'Kane

First Assistant Camera