Amanda Dunn has been professionally acting and performing in films since she could walk. She studied theatre in high school and wrote, co-directed, and starred in play productions in her teen years. Since then, Amanda has built an impressive film resume that continues to grow! She has had the pleasure of working with stellar casts and talented directors that have helped her spread the word about her raw & natural talents. It's easy to recognize the passion she ignites through her work as well as through simply knowing her. She continues to write and direct, with future projects in the works.
Allen has been active in local theater for over two decades as an actor, director, production coordinator, and set builder. Some favorite theater experiences include playing Antonio Salieri in "Amadeus.” (2012) and directing the Town and Gown Players 2013 production of “August: Osage County.” Inspired by the digital revolution in filmmaking, Allen has become an enthusiastic participant in the growing Georgia filmmaking community and, in recent years, has been committed full-time to pursuing a career in filmmaking.
Christina Leidel is an award-winning stage and screen actress based in Atlanta. While pursuing her PhD in Physics at the University of Texas, Christina helped "keep Austin weird" in roles ranging from the Great Green Monkey God of Dance in the rock opera Sarah Silver Hands, to Desdemona and Lady Macbeth in Shakespeare's classics, to Monica in Menotti's The Medium. She then moved to Charleston SC where she taught at the Citadel when not performing. Favorite Charleston roles included Eva Peron (Evita), Guenevere (Camelot), Christina (Red Light Winter), Fastrada (Pippin), Agnes (BUG), and Tzeitel/Fruma Sarah (Fiddler on the Roof). Christina also starred in and composed for The Last Filmmaker, which won Best SC Film at the South Carolina Underground Film Festival. Since moving to Atlanta, Christina has performed with Gypsy Theatre as Annie Sullivan in The Miracle Worker (Suzi Bass Award winner - Outstanding Lead Actress), Vanguard Rep in their Rosetta reading series, Ultra Popcorn Theatre in WASP and Other Plays by Steve Martin, and Theater Emory as the insane spider-punk Renfield in The Anointing of Dracula and the pink-haired, time-travelling, saxophoning radio actress in The Meantime (keeping Atlanta weird too!). She recently starred in the film Inhaling Red addressing domestic violence, and the comedic short Molly, which was selected and nominated for Best Comedy by the Beaufort International Film Festival. Other nominations: Theatre Charleston Awards (Camelot, Pippin, Red Light Winter), Austin Theatre Examiner Award (Sarah Silver Hands).
Kristina Shetter has appeared in a select film, television, & theatre productions over the past decade. You may have seen her in Barbershop (2018), No Name (2018), or Only Human (2017) to name a few. Kristina Shetter’s multi-faceted career has produced & contributed to award-winning films such as A Better Death (2018). Kristina has studied with instructors throughout the southeast & at various studios including the Robert Mello Studio & Get Scene Studios. A native of East Alabama, Kristina now works primarily out of Atlanta, GA.