Production Team

Robert McCaskill - director

Rob is a New York-based writer, director, and acting coach. He wrote and directed the feature film Heterosexuals, starring Natasha Lyonne, and wrote the feature Mona. He's the author of numerous stage plays, including Plasticity with co-writer Alex Lyras. Rob runs McCaskill Studio, where he has worked with hundreds of actors, including Bernadette Williams and Michelle Rodriguez.

Christopher Eadicicco - director of photography

Chris is a cinematographer, photographer, and director. He has shot music videos for a wide range of performers including LL Cool J, Teyana Taylor, and Wiz Khalifa. He's a co-founder of Alight Films.

Mara Lesemann - writer and producer

Mara wrote and produced the indie feature Surviving Family, starting Billy Magnussen. She has several screenplays currently in development, including Nine Deadly Sins and Trinities. Mara works frequently as a ghostwriter, and served as script consultant on the features Available and Heartbreak Hotel. 

Tara Westwood - actor and producer

Tara is best known for her starring role as Fiona in Nicolas Pesce's 2020 horror re-boot The Grudge. Her top indie film credits include Black Jack: The Jackie Ryan Story, The Honeymoon Phase, The Karma Club, and Surviving Family.

She recently made her directorial debut with the short film Triggered, which was an official selection of the 2022 Tribeca Film Festival and the Cleveland International Film Festival.

Carlo Fiorletta  - actor and producer

Carlo starred in the indie features Heartbreak Hotel and Available, as well as the award winning shorts Absence of Evidence and Arriving Separately. He has recently performed as a principal in the music videos "Fake Friend" by Nothing Nowhere,  "Valentine by Snail Mail" and "Trick by Milo Z."

Carlo is the president of the Guild of Italian American Actors (GIAA).

Caryl Pierre - line producer & associate producer

Caryl is a NYC-based line producer, unit production manager, and payroll accountant. Her recent credits include Alone Together, What The Night Can Do, and Hello I Must Be Going.