Nick Singer  Director / Writer / Editor
Nick Singer grew up in New York, and is currently an MFA candidate at Columbia University's Graduate Film Program. “February,” the first section of the Other Months project, was his thesis film at Wesleyan University, and was selected as an in-competition short at the 2012 Slamdance Film Festival. He recently completed a long tenure at Steve Buscemi and Stanley Tucci’s Olive Productions, where he worked in development. Other Months, an official selection of the 2014 South by Southwest Film Festival and 2014 BAMcinemaFest, among others, is Nick’s first feature.

Find Nick on Twitter here: @NickSinger
Christopher Bonewitz  Nash
Christopher Bonewitz played Reynaldo in The Public Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park production of Hamlet; subsequent Public work includes I Stand Corrected (staged reading, David Esbjornson, dir.). Other NY stage: Chekhov’s Ivanov (title role) and The Misanthrope, Hunger and Thirst Theatre Collective; The Bad Date Project and Fallujah (reading), Culture Project. Regional: Richard III and A Christmas Carol, Trinity Repertory; The Return of the Prodigal, Peterborough Players. Film/screen: Dirty Slate’s “You Don’t Trust Me”; The Stoop Chronicles’ “Bye, Ken” (webisode). Christopher holds an MFA from Brown/Trinity Rep. Other Months is his first feature film.    Find Christopher online here (Photo by Susan Shacter)
Britannie Bond  Eliza
Britannie is a New York actor by way of Las Vegas, Indiana and San Francisco. She graduated with an MFA from American Conservatory Theater and earned her BFA from University of Evansville. She was most recently seen playing Ophelia in Hamlet at the Hudson Theater Guild in NYC. Other NYC credits include work with Slant Theatre Project (On This Island), aMios Theatre Company (Shotz!), Play on Words Productions (Piano for Four Hands) and Hunger & Thirst Theatre Collective (Sasha in Chekhov's Ivanov). She can also be seen on MTV in the music video for Atmosphere's "Last to Say," directed by Isaac Ravishankara.

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Emma Morrison-Cohen  Sofia
Originally from Portland, Oregon, Emma grew up performing in theater, as well as studying piano, guitar, and voice. Emma received her B.F.A. from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, where she studied at the Experimental Theater Wing. While at NYU, Emma studied physical theater, vocal composition, viewpoints, contact improvisation, and other disciplines of theater, voice, and movement. Emma has worked with artists such as Moises Kaufman and Mary Overlie. She also directed and wrote the script and music for a one-woman show, Parasomnia. Emma is now an actress and singer based in Brooklyn. She continues to pursue her interest in integrative and collaborative theater, music, and film.

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Liam Ahern  Gus
Liam has nothing to say about himself because he finds it gauche. He is currently writing a web series and starting a podcast as an ironic parody of what everyone else in America is doing.

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Rudi Utter  Henry
A newcomer to the camera, Rudi Utter has worked extensively as a classical stage actor and acting coach. Originally from Minnesota, he moved to the east coast to earn his MFA in Acting from the Brown University/Trinity Rep Graduate Programs. Since arriving in New York, he has worked closely with Fault Line Theatre in their productions of Dr. Faustus and The Frogs. Regionally he has appeared on stage at such venues as Trinity Rep, Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis, and the Guthrie Theatre, and spent four seasons as a company member of the Great River Shakespeare Festival.

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Justin Zweifach  Director of Photography
Born and raised in New York City, Justin Zweifach studied film at Wesleyan University. It was here that Justin began playing with cameras, discovering that cinematography allowed him unfettered access to the minds of his crazy director friends.The first short he photographed, Nick Singer's "February," was selected for Slamdance 2012. Since then Justin has lensed several shorts with a variety of directors that have garnered success on the festival circuit. His work on Breaking Night, a short film starring Treme's Yolonda Ross and The Wire's Clarke Peters, has recently been featured in rotation on VH1's "Classic Rock Fest Show" as the official music video for Manfred Mann's "Blinded by the Light." Justin currently resides in New Orleans where he is teaching high school and eagerly awaiting the release of his first feature, Other Months.
Emily Pontecorvo  Producer
Emily has been working in the independent film world in a variety of roles since graduating from Wesleyan University in 2011. She has worked in acquisitions at Sony Pictures Classics, for the New York Film Festival and other FSLC events, and on various features and productions. Since late 2012 she has been a part of the brooklyn-based production company filmscience where she helped see Kelly Reichardt's Night Moves and Jeremy Saulnier's Blue Ruin from production through distribution.
Sasha Solodukhina  Producer
Sasha Solodukhina grew up in Virginia and attended Wesleyan University. Currently, Sasha resides in New Orleans, where she is working on a super secret film about a pirate invasion. In her spare time, she is an aspiring lady arm-wrestler who is working hard to prevent the Apocalypse.
Claire Stolowitz  Producer
Claire Stolowitz is a recent graduate of Wesleyan University and a filmmaker and educator in Austin, Texas. In addition to her work on Other Months, Claire has worked as a production designer and assistant director on film sets in Connecticut, New York, and her native Portland, Oregon. Now in Austin, her work focuses on empowering high school students to create and express their own narratives. When she's not pursuing a career in arts education, Claire can be found writing, playing music, and applying sunscreen.
Ben Kuller  Associate Producer
Ben Kuller happened to stumble across In the Mood for Love while he was having a particularly tough time in math class. Suddenly he wasn't so sure that he wanted to be a rocket scientist when he grew up. He decided that the only thing more interesting than real physics was Hollywood physics, and like many young men who came of age with cheap video cameras, ended up at Wesleyan studying film. After a brief stint in China and a season selling apartments in Manhattan, he met Nick over a Chicken Parmesan sandwich and joined the Other Months family. He's always liked building things, whether handmade lamps or business models, and currently resides on the left coast.
Conor Byrne  Associate Producer
Conor Byrne is an NYC-based filmmaker. His passion for cinema was revealed at a young age; as a 3-year-old, Conor Halloween-ed as both the Errol Flynn version of Robin Hood (before lunch, with pencil-thin mustache), as well as Kevin Costner's Robin Hood (after lunch, sans ‘stache). Some years later, he graduated from Wesleyan University with High Honors in Film. Nowadays, he makes comedy movies with his brother Tyler.

See their work at brudderfilms.com
Daniel Hymanson  Production Designer
Daniel Hymanson is a twenty-five year-old filmmaker from Chicago. Currently splitting his time between Chicago and New Orleans, he works under filmmakers in the Court 13 collective (Beasts of the Southern Wild). He is also assistant editing and associate producing director Sara Dosa’s documentary Roots and Webs. Over the past two years, Daniel has worked as production designer on Nick Singer’s Other Months, which is premiering at the 2014 SXSW film festival. He is presently in post on his first feature Queen of the Battling Butterfly Brigade. Hymanson is a graduate of Wesleyan University’s film program.

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Jenny Hsiao  Production Designer
Jenny Hsiao has been looking out of windows and subconsciously measuring distances between windows and views and the viewer herself, measuring without particular reason always how light hits a slanting wall and how these walls delineate a space and how much air it takes to fill it—winding through long corridors and careful at the turning of corners. Jenny studies the arrangement of space at architecture/art school at Cooper Union in New York City. She understands less so the arrangement of time, and gets lost in the flux of moving images of film—but it is a good feeling.
Gemma Doll-Grossman  Production Manager
Gemma Doll-Grossman, 24, grew up in San Francisco and studied film and biology at Wesleyan University. She worked as an assistant director and director of photography on several Wesleyan thesis films, one of which screened at Slamdance, another at the Short Film Corner of Cannes. In 2012, she was a student fellow at Telluride Film Festival and a volunteer at the Le Giornate del Cinema Muto in Pordenone, Italy. Since autumn 2012, she has been living in Rome, Italy and enjoying its great beauty. This spring, she will work on a Court 13 (Beasts of the Southern Wild) production in Calabria, Italy. She aspires to work as a cinematographer internationally.