a quirky comedy about following your dreams



With over 30 theatre credits, Tegan was recently seen onstage as the female lead, Natalie Talmadge, opposite French Stewart in “Stoneface: The Rise and Fall of Buster Keaton”. Critic Leonard Maltin said of Tegan: "she has a gift for physical comedy”. Tegan has been reviewed by The Daily Variety as “…the highlight of the production…” for her work in the US premiere of “The Mysteries”, and was nominated  “Best Female Comedic Performance” by the LA Weekly Awards for the role of Ophelia in “Hamlet Shut Up”, which also played in New York. Tegan’s suspense thriller EMPTY ROOMS is available on DVD.  She received a degree in Independent Theatre Studies from Wellesley College, and has studied at The National Theatre Institute, Shakespeare & Company, The Second City, and The Meisner Center.



Matthew’s most recent roles from his extensive television and film credits include Clive Yorkin on “The Flash” and Derek in “The Travelers”.  He plays Agent Young in DEATH NOTICE which opens in theaters in February and can also be seen as a series regular on E!’s upcoming new show “The Arrangement as Nick Harper. Matthew appeared on TV Land’s “Impastor” as Detective Lovello for its two seasons, and he played Jeff Franklin in “The Unauthorized Full House Story”. He starred in the films SOLE CUSTODY opposite Julie Benz, THE CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT, THE COLOR OF RAIN, XBUS and the SyFy Original feature film RETURN OF THE YETI.  Matthew has worked opposite well-known actors such as Anna Paquin in the feature TRICK OR TREAT, Mimi Rogers in STORM CELL, Cuba Gooding Jr. in HARDWIRED, Brooke Burns in TRIAL BY FIRE, and the list goes on.


Scotty’s acting career took off when he moved to California and immediately booked a role on Alan Ball’s ‘All Signs of Death (HBO pilot). Scotty has continued to stay busy landing roles in the Netflix original movie XOXO (with Sarah Hyland), SERIAL DATERS ANONYMOUS (opposite Sam Page and Louise Linton) and  the upcoming feature THE LONG WAY.  You can also find Scotty appearing in national commercials (like Progresso, Dr Pepper, Subway, etc), pilots, and TV shows.  When he’s not acting, Scotty spends his time recording and touring with his award winning band, Reasons Be, which was selected as one of the top 100 unsigned bands in the country by Music Connection Magazine.

CINDY BAER, Sammy (Director/Producer/Editor)

As an Actress, Cindy’s credits include roles in TV, film, commercials, and over two dozen stage plays, highlighted by the critically acclaimed roles of Essie in the Pasadena Shakespeare Company's production of "You Can't Take It With You," and Jill in the 30th anniversary production of Leonard Gershe's "Butterflies are Free" at the Matrix Theatre in Hollywood. Her feature credits include the indie horror film LIZZIE (as Lizzie Borden), Esmeralda in THE COMMUNE, and Jillian in FEW OPTIONS (playing the girlfriend of Rainn Wilson) which is currently airing on Showtime.  Cindy has produced and directed two critically acclaimed feature films and five shorts which have appeared collectively in almost 100 film festivals and won 40 festival awards.

Christina Moses, Kitty

Look for Christina as the new series regular on season 4 of “the Originals” playing Keelin, which premiers in March. She recently starred as Jana in the mid-season CW television series, "Containment," created by show-runner Julie Plec ("The Vampire Diaries"), and also startred in the feature HOW WE MET . Other TV credits include a guest starring spot playing Lorraine in “Roadies” as well as roles in “Rosewood”, ABC Family's "Twisted," and CW's "Nikita." Some film Credits include Warner Bros, "The Invention Of Lying," Magic Time Productions, "Star Trek Voyages," and Morphius Films, "Starship".

Elana Krausz, Zoey

Elana’s extensive film and tv credits include in the Sundance hit THE RAMBLER, CARLOS SPILLS THE BEANS, THE NINETH CLOUD, DARLING NIKKI, BOPPIN’ AT THE GLUE FACTORY and ABOUT CHERRY.  She is also an accomplished producer and feature director.

ILANA KLUSKY, Little Audrey

Ilana Klusky was 11 years old when she filmed ODD BRODSKY.  In 2008, Ilana was selected to take part in the International Model and Talent Association (IMTA) conference in Los Angeles. She competed in 11 events, winning 11 awards. She has been featured in 10 national commercials, including a Super Bowl commercial directed by Wes Anderson.

CINDY BAER, Director/Producer/Co-writer/SAMMY

Director Cindy Baer's critically acclaimed feature debut PURGATORY HOUSE screened at over 25 film festivals, won 12 festival awards, including "Best Director", "Best Film" and "Audience Choice", 2 PRISM Award Nominations, and appeared on 7 critics' lists for "Best Films of the Year" before securing distribution with Image Entertainment, which is one of the largest distributors in North America.  Cindy also produced, directed and starred in the critically acclaimed short comedy MORBID CURIOSITY, which screened at 28 film festivals and won 4 audience awards.

Cindy has appeared on filmmaking panels speaking as an expert on low budget filmmaking at film festivals and events all over the country.  Cindy is a member of the Alliance of Women Directors (AWD), and The Screen Actors Guild (SAG).

MATTHEW IRVING, Cinematographer/Co-writer

Acclaimed cinematographer Matthew Irving has a history of making independent films look like expensive studio movies. Matthew has lensed an eclectic slate of over 30 feature films. Most notably, his hit theatrical releases WAITRESS (adapted into a  Ton-nominated Broadway musical) and WAITING (starring Ryan Reynolds and Anna Faris) both cracked the "top ten" at the Box Office.  Five of his features have premiered at Sundance, including OUTLAWS AND ANGELS, which was named one of Variety's "21 Best Films of Sundance 2016".

As a screenwriter, Matthew has penned 10 feature length screenplays including ODD BRODSKY.  His short films MORBID CURIOSITY, SLASHDANCE, SEYMOUR SALLY RUFUS and STALKED were produced and won critical acclaim on the film festival circuit. Matthew earned dual BA's from Stanford University in English and Communications, and received his MFA from the University of Southern California's School of Cinema and Television.   


Thomai has worked with networks CBS, ABC and NBC, Moving Parts, companies including Lions Gate & MTV, agencies such as Ogilvy and Mathers. Her commercial clients range from small business owners to Swarovsky Crystal and AM/PM. She has produced and directed several projects with budgets ranging from $3,500 to $1.5M. Thomai has worked directly with A-list talent: James Cromwell, Neil Patrick Harris, Donald Trump, Aretha Franklin and Prima Ballerina Diana Vishneva, to name a few. She is currently working closely with Oscar award winning producer, Mark M.

Her production company, MetaHara Productions, continues to grow with several promo and commercial projects under it’s belt, an award winning short film and three feature length films in development.


Emmy and Golden Reel Award winning Supervising Sound Editor Vickie Sampson has been a Feature Film Sound Editor since 1973, and still finds time to pursue her dream of a writing and directing career. Over her 29 year career, Vickie’s 150+ sound credits include DONNIE DARKO, SPEED, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN, THE RIVER, FRAILTY , CLAN OF THE CAVE BEAR, and ABOUT LAST NIGHT.   As Supervising ADR Editor, she honed her directing skills by working with Sir Anthony Hopkins, Chris Rock, Robert DeNiro, William Hurt, Shirley MacLaine, Sandra Bullock, Keanu Reeves, Marlon Brando, Bette Midler, Barbra Streisand, Nick Nolte, James Caan, Roberto Benigni, Diane Keaton, Liza Minnelli, Sissy Spacek, Mel Gibson, and Sir Alec Guinness, to name a few.  Vickie’s mother Kay Rose was the first woman to ever win an Academy Award for Sound Editing.

MARK ALAN THOMAS, Visual Effects Supervisor

Mark is a gifted photographer, painter, visual effects artist and storyteller. He was the writer, director, editor, producer and visual effects master of the popular STAR WARS fan film DUALITY. His VFX credits include PURGATORY HOUSE, MORBID CURIOSITY, WHEEL OF MISFORTUNE, and the credits for STALKED.



As a composer David’s works have been featured in the films Fight To The Finish, Strange Angel, Odd Brodsky, and on TV shows such as How I Met Your Mother and Switched at Birth. Combined with his classical upbringing and contemporary training he is suitable for films from all genres.  He has assisted composers including John Swihart (Napoleon Dynamite, How I Met Your Mother) and Henry Jackman (Puss ‘n’ Boots, X-MEN: First Class and Winnie the Pooh), along with Tyler Bates on Conan the Barbarian.

Jesse Meriwether, Audrey’s mother

Although Jesse plays a very serious role in ODD BRODSKY she is a talented comedian who can be seen regularly in many tv commercials. She is best know for her  Lint Licker Orbit Commercial as the “Cootie Queen” Character, which has an interactive following of almost 10,000 fans on facebook.