Anne Hollowday is an award winning filmmaker and photographer based in NYC. Directing commercials, branded content, documentaries and films. Her work is characterized by a bold and stylized aesthetic imbued with empathy for her characters and subjects.
Ariel Kavoussi is an award-winning artist, writer, producer, filmmaker, actress, and curator of film & video works based in New York City. Her work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art's Documentary Fortnight, Dia: Chelsea, Louis B. James, Anthology Film Archives, the Williams College Museum of Art, Woodstock Film Festival, Loft Film Festival, Maryland Film Festival, Lighthouse International Film Festival, and elsewhere.
Anthony Deptula is originally from Steubenville, Ohio and has lived in LA for over a decade. He got his start in television at USA Network and Spike TV in scripted one hour working in development. After reading thousands of scripts in development he took the leap to write a movie for MGM and developed a scripted project for Freeform.
Brandon Kelley is a writer/director whose focus lies in pulling performances from actors. From a young age, Brandon has felt a strong passion for the performing arts; studying different acting techniques while performing for a variety of companies. Brandon is an ardent supporter of universal human rights and believes that these rights are innate, and not subject to discrimination. This film is Brandon’s personal message to anyone with children, not only those parents of transgender children, to learn from and accept their kids.