Director and Creative Team

Producers: Jan Miller Corran & Lee Anne Matusek


Executive Producers:  Max Adler & Adam Huss & Michael Moncreiff,    Dr. Ronni Sanlo, Dr. Kelly Watson

Consulting Producer: Jane Gilmore

Director of Photography: Michael Negrin

Composer:  Nami Melamud

Costume Designer: Ileane Meltzer


Screenplay written by Jan Miller Corran & Kate Johnston

Story by Jan Miller Corran

The Director:  Kate Johnston

Kate Johnston ( is an Independent award-winning filmmaker known for TRU LOVE,Stormcloud, Margarita, Click and Slow Burn.She grew up in her father’s projection room, dazzled by the magic of the dancing light. Her dedication to telling the stories of the LGBTQ community with passion and integrity has garnered her 15 international awards for Tru Love in India, Ireland, Wales, New Zealand, the U.S. and Canada. Both Tru Love and her award-winning short film Stormcloud are distributed worldwide. Currently, Kate is working on three major film projects in Canada and the U.S.  – TURN LEFT with Jan Miller Corran and LeeAnne Pronitis- Matusek (Snapshotswith Piper Laurie), LAS ALAS (‘THE WINGS” – with Joie Lamar based on her best-selling published memoirs Mambo Lips and Salsa Hips) and TRANSIT OF VENUS, an original screenplay written by Kate Johnston.

The Cast

Constance Brenneman as Judith 

Best actress award winning actress for “She Will Be Loved” (2017), “Batgirl Rises” (2015) and “The Toy Soldiers” (2014),. Brenneman has appeared in numerous television and film productions including “Traded” in which she starred with Kris Kristofferson, Trace Adkins, Michael Pare' and Tom Sizemore, "Love and Other Drugs","The Funeral",  "Mary and Joe", and the 2018 films "Beast Mode", and the upcoming "The Red Letter". 

Leon Russom as Gunther

Best known for 2018's "A Quiet Place" with Emily Blunt and John Krakowskiand  as Prison Break's General Jonathan Kranz (Padman) and the Malibu police chief in "The Big Lebowski", Russom was, for twenty-two years, a New York stage actor whose day job was soaps, with long tenures as Joe Taylor on Love Is A Many Splendored Thing, Willis Frame on Another World and Jack Darling on All My Children. The feature No Way Out brought Russom to Los Angeles in 1987. A year later, after starring opposite Carol Burnett in Hostage, he moved to LA permanently to star in NBC's TV101. Emmy-nominated for the television film Long Road Home, Russom has continued his theatrical activity in Los Angeles (and Broadway) while establishing himself as a presence in episodic television and feature films, including True Grit, his second film with Joel and Ethan Coen.

Monica Young as Madhu

Since moving to Los Angeles, Monica has appeared in numerous films, tv shows and commercials. Some of her favorite credits include Modern Family, Cougar Town, Community, Two and a Half Men, Major Crimes, Criminal Minds and the recent film A Happening of Monumental Proportions which includes Allison Janney, Jennifer Garner, and Common.  As a singer, Monica has had the chance to sing around the world and work on projects with Celine Dion, Natalie Cole, John Legent, Toni Braxtion and more

Rich Ceraulo Ko as Dojin


Born on a military base in Bitburg, Germany to Richad Ceraulo and Yang Cha Ko, Ceraulo grew up hopping from base to base eventually settling in Long Island, NY. He transferred from New York University to the Tisch School of Arts in his junior year. After graduating he appeared in the Broadway musical "Flower Drum Song"then quickly made his way out to Los Angeles. He made his feature film debut opposite Kevin Bacon in James Wan's "Death Sentence" and followed that with a string of independent film and television roles. He is best known for his wide-ranging character work, guest starring in shows such as "The Walking Dead", "Halt and Catch Fire", "Magnum P.I.", "Hawaii-Five-O", and "Supergirl". 


Ellen Geer as Gert

Ellen Geer, th ine daughter of actors Will Geer and Herta Ware, has worked continuously for 40 years television, film and theatre since making her debut in 1968 in "Petulia" with Julie Christe and George C. Scott.  She is probably best remembered for her role as Harold's ast dae in the cult classic "Harold and Maude". More recently Ellen has appeared in "Desperate Housewives", "House at the End of the Drive", "The Middle", and "Unlovable (2018).


Barry Gordon as Mort

Barry Gordon is an American film, television, voice actor and talk show host  He has a long and varied career on numerous television shows and on film (A Thousand Clowns) He began as a child actor on "Make Room for Daddy”, followed by over 60 shows including  Jack Benny Show”,  The New Dick Van Dyke Show”, :”Fish”, Archie Bunker’s Place” , “Curb Your Enthusiasm” “ER” plus nearly ten years on  “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”  as Donatello 1987-1996. 


Max Adler as Jacob Heller

Max Adler, a cast member of the 2011 Goldren Globe Winner for Best Television Series-Comedy ("Glee") and a Screen Actors Guild Award nominee for Outstanding performance by an ensemble in a Comedy Series- ("Glee") moved on from his groundbreaking role as homophobic bully Dave Karofsky on "Glee" to the controversial role of Tank in the Peabody award winning series "Switched at Birth". Adler has worked with Woody Allen on "Cafe Society" and Clint Eastwood in "Sully" plus a recurring role on "The Young & The Restless". He has had numerous guest starring roles on "The Big Bang Theory", "Bones", "Mom", "Criminal Minds and more. He is heavily involved in GLAAD, the Trevor Project and the Muscular Dystrophy Association. 

Shannon Collis as Mary

Multi-award winning Shannon Collis began her career on the TV show “Darcy’s Wild Life”. She has gone on to appear in the feature film “Snapshots” (2018) winning best actress awards for her role as Young Rose, “American Wrestler: The Wizard (2016), “Inherent Vice” (2014), “Smile Pretty”, “Jane Doe: Ties That Bind”,  “NCIS”, and “Hijab”. 



Adam Huss as Richard

After graduating from Binghamton University in NY, Adam moved to Los Angeles. Before landing the role of Joshua Kantas on the Starz show "Power", Adam guest starred on shows such as "Ironside","CSI:NY" and  "NCIS".

He can be seen in the new multi-award winning film "Dreams  I Never Had" with Malcolm McDowell and independent films such as "Waiting in the Wings the  Musical, "Misirlou", "Is It Just Me?", "Resurrection County" and "Find Me". 


Pamela Dunlap as Edith

Pamela is known for her three seasons on the iconic “Mad Men”, the film “The Changeling”, “The Wedding Party”, “Suburbicon”, and Television programs like“The Blacklist”, “Maron” , "Girls",  "Blue Bloods", and many other outstanding films and television series.Pamela has appeared on the stage from Broadway to Berkeley.  Pamela is bicoastal spending times in New York and Los Angeles. 

Carole Ita White as Clementine

Carole Ita White started appearing in episodic TV and small film roles in the early 1970s. Her first TV job was a made-for-TV movie, a western comedy called Evil Roy Slade, starring John AstinMickey Rooney, and Milton Berle. The movie was written by producer and director Garry Marshall. Marshall cast her in a role on his series "The Odd Couple".

She played "Big Rosie Greenbaum" on Laverne & Shirley. Carole's career includes dozens of film and television appearances. 

Lisa Cordileone as Sophie

Lisa Cordileone can currently be seen playing Billie in the feature comedy "Freelancers Anonymous". Previous work includes "Easy Abby", "Stale Mate" and short films "Loop", "Jump" and "Safe". Lisa performed her one-woman silent comedy "Break In" at the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Lisa has presented numerous sketches at Second City in Chicago. 

Alex Castillo as Tom

Alex Castillo is originally from Chicago and now resides in Los Angeles. Castillo has appeared in dozens of films and television shows, including "Criminal Minds", "24", "House of Lies", "Singularity", "Jackals", "The Tank", and Disney-Pixar's "Coco". Castillo currently appears in "Clemency"- the  2019 Sundance Film Festival  Grand Jury Prize winning US Dramatic selection in which he plays an inmate on death row oppositie Academy Award nominee Alfre Woodard. 

Adam Bucci as Adam 

Adam Bucci can currently be seen on the Emmy nominated series "Eastenders" as well as the romantic comedy "Ten Year Plan" both streaming on Netflix. YV credits include "Halt and Catch Fire", "NCIS: Los Angeles", "Brooklyn Nine-Nine", "Nashville" and "Days of Our Lives".  Theatre cedits include the world premiere of "Justin Love" and "Life Could be a Dream".


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