Cast and crew

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director: Kendall Brunson

Kendall Brunson wrote and produced Willow Garden which premiered at the Final Girls Film Festival in Berlin, and another short, The Final Girl, was a finalist in the 60 Seconds to Impact competition. Her directorial debut, Box, premiered at The Loft Film Festival in 2017. Kendall graduated from the University of California, Riverside Palm Desert with her MFA in Writing for the Dramatic Arts in 2016.

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Claire: Karen Konzen

Karen Konzen started acting in elementary school in her hometown of Findlay, Ohio. Her long list of theater credits includes leading roles in A Picasso, The Fox on the Fairway, House of Blue Leaves, Conversations After a Burial, and Macbeth. While pursuing her stage career she attended college at BGSU in Ohio followed by graduate school at the University of Mississippi earning a MS in Biology. She began adding film credits to her resume in 2011 and since then has appeared in numerous films such as Cry for the Badman, Veer!, and the title role in the feature film Thunder.

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cinematographer: david howard

David Howard is a director of photography whose film, Duality, premiered at the Cannes Short Film Corner. He's worked as Production Assistant on multiple television shows and movies including Top Chef and A Season with the Florida State Football Team for Showtime. He also was the cinematographer for Willow Garden and Box.  He attended Jacksonville University where he studied cinematography and currently resides in North Hollywood where he continues to practice his craft.

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devon: scott broughton

Scott Broughton has appeared in lead and major supporting roles in over 40 local and off-Broadway productions, portraying such iconic characters as Macduff (Macbeth), John Proctor (The Crucible) and Atticus Finch (To Kill A Mockingbird). He also has a commercial and film background, including Jesup Jones in the feature film Thunder and the lead role of Philip Tanner in the psychological thriller Do Not Read. He continues studying Meisner and Advanced classes at Art’s Sake in Orlando, FL, and his comedy hypnosis videos can be found on his YouTube channel.

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Mya: toni lang philips

Toni Lang Philips is a Jacksonville, FL actor who has appeared on stages throughout Northeast Florida. Her credits include most editions of Swamp Radio in featured roles, and leading roles in The Little Foxes, Our Leading Lady (award winning), Silent Heroes, John Coffey Refuses to Save the World (workshop), A Lesson Before Dying, Cotton Alley, The Hallelujah Girls, Dividing the Estate (award winning), In the Blood, Good People, In White America, and many others. She has also appeared in local television and web commercials. Film credits include many 48-hour movies.

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mr. miller: bill ratliff

Bill Ratliff is a veteran stage actor in Jacksonville, FL and has won several awards for his work, including a lifetime achievement award from Players by the Sea in Jacksonville Beach.  Award-winning performances include Henry in The Lion in Winter, LBJ in All the Way, Oscar Wilde in Gross Indecencies, the Three Trials of Oscar Wilde, and Dysart in Equus.  Other film credits include The Boxburgs for the Jacksonville 48-hour film festival as well as the soon to be released Gorehound and Pastor Dave.  Bill is currently represented by Premiere Models and Talent and can be reached at billratliff@bellsouth.net.