DONALD SUTHERLAND is a legendary screen actor, who has appeared in nearly two-hundred television programs and films over the course of a storied career that has spanned fifty years. Renowned for tackling a diverse range of characters, both leading and supporting, Sutherland is most recognized for his roles in the comedy classic M*A*S*H, in Bernardo Bertolucci’s Italian epic, 1900, in Oliver Stone’s JFK and as a marijuana-smoking university professor in Animal House. His distinctive voice has also been used in many radio and television commercials, including those for Delta Air Lines, Volvo automobiles and Simply Orange fruit juice. In more recent years, Sutherland has continued to garner praise for his work on ABC’s Dirty Sexy Money and his formidable portrayal of President Snow in the Hunger Games film franchise. A Canadian by birth, Sutherland maintains a home in Georgeville, Quebec but admits to a life of constant travel, with four films and a television series already in the can or underway this year alone.
CALEB SCOTT is a writer and actor. His plays and performance pieces have been produced and presented at venues in New York City and around the country, including Classic Stage Company, HERE Arts Center, La MaMa ETC, the Bootleg Theater in Los Angeles, Diversafest in Tulsa and the Wooster Group’s Performing Garage. He is an associate artist with Colt Coeur Theater in New York and a founding member of theFLEET playwrights workshop in Los Angeles. As an actor, Caleb has appeared in numerous roles onstage as well as in dozens of commercials, television shows and films, including Stingray Sam, which premiered at Sundance, and My Freakin’ Family on ABC. His writing has appeared in The Bellevue Literary Review, Nashville Review and Eclipse, and his first book, U.F.O., was published in 2006 by PowerHouse Books. He has been a Finalist for an Academy of Motion Pictures Nicholl Fellowship, a Finalist for the Lila Acheson Wallace Playwrights Program at Juilliard, and his plays have been selected as Finalists for the Playwrights Foundation Bay Area Playwrights Festival and the Eugene O’Neill Theater’s National Playwrights Conference. Caleb is a graduate of Dartmouth College and the recipient of a Dartmouth Senior Fellowship in Writing. He lives in Brooklyn, New York and Los Angeles, California.
LUCAS NEAR-VERBRUGGHE has appeared on Broadway in Bloody Blood Andrew Jackson dir. by Alex Timbers and The Ritz dir. by Joe Mantello. Other theater NY credits include Love Labour’s Lost and Macbeth at The Public theater, The Common Pursuit dir. by Moises Kaufman, Leslye Hedland’s Assistance directed by Trip Cullman and the world premieres of boom and Oohrah!. Most recently he appeared in Seminar with Jeff Goldblum at the Ahmanson in LA, and in Jon Caren’s Need to Know at Rogue Machine Theater. Film credits include Our Idiot Brother, A Birder’s Guide to Everything, The Bad Guys, and the upcoming films A Woman, A Part and Lazy Eye. On television Lucas appeared as Josh Porter on the NBC hit Grimm, Law and Order, and Law and Order SVU. Lucas has also been a part of various web collaborations with The Kloons, as well as the web series The Wallflowers, and the upcoming Fridays. Lucas has an MFA from NYU.
Thomas is a French director who studied both theatre and advertising. He manages to get truthful performances as well as to create rare settings that are odd, beautiful, strange or hilarious. His comedic style is quite unique, showing a flair for working with actors as well as a striking and distinctive visual style. His commercial work recently won recognition with his series of films for Lone Wolfs which bagged him the Best New Director gong at LIA 2015, got a Young Director Award shortlist at Cannes Lions 2015, won gold for branded content at the Kinsale Sharks and shortlisted at Ciclope festival and One screen film festival. He’s now working on his first feature film “Wet wreckless” and a series project.
STEVEN PETITTEVILLE  is a French cinematographer, born in Athis-mons.He worked with directors Phil Joanou, John McIlduff, Maurice Barthelemy, or Vernie Yeung, among others. He recently shot feature films :« The Veil » starring Jessica Alba, Lily Rabe and Thomas Jane and « Operator » with Martin Starr & Mae Whitman. He collaborated with choregrapher William Forsythe and author Bret Easton Ellis on their 1st time directing shoots and have been shooting commercials for brands like Chanel, Gucci, Persol, Canon, and Samsung and production companies and studios Universal, StudioCanal, MJZ, Paranoid, Humble, Bandits, or Premiere Heure to name a few.
Originally from France, VINCENT began his editing career as a trainee and Assistant Editor on a number of French films, including Jerome Levy’s Great Idea and Jacques Rivette’s The Story of Marie and Julien. After a few years of editing French features, he was given the opportunity to work in the Unites States, where he has remained ever since. The jumpstart of his career began with his collaboration with director Louis Leterrier. They began working together in 2005 on Transporter 2, and have since worked together on The Incredible Hulk, Clash of the Titans and Now You See Me. Tabaillon is known for his work on other major studio films including The Prodigies for Warner Brothers, Taken 2 for 20th Century Fox, and The Legend of Hercules for Summit Entertainment. He most recently worked with director Steven C. Miller on his films Extraction and Marauders.