Trilby Glover - Director, Writer, Producer and "Clara"
TRILBY GLOVER is a director, writer and actor. Mine is her second film and will have its World Premier at The 34th Vancouver International Film Festival, 2016. Her directorial debut, Awkward Expressions of Love, won her best female filmmaker at The Chicago Comedy Film Festival, best comedy at Brazil's International MICA film festival, a nomination for best director at the Madrid International Film Festival and nominations for the jury prize, best story and best short film at the Tenerife International Film Festival. It had its world premiere in the opening night of Palm Springs International ShortFest and played in a number of other prestigious festivals around the world including, Flickerfest Rhode Island, Cleveland International Film Festival, Vail Film Festival and Cinefest Oz. She is currently developing her own feature film script and is set to shoot a short based on the feature later this year.
A seasoned actor, Trilby Glover is best known for her work in Emmy award-winning miniseries The Starter Wife (with Debra Messing) and the feature Righteous Kill, in which she acted alongside Robert De Niro and Al Pacino. She was lucky enough to work with Al Pacino again in Sony Pictures’ 88 Minutes.
Trilby has worked on a number of feature films and has just wrapped filming the lead role in the supernatural thriller Threshold (Lake Forest Entertainment). She starred alongside Mayim Bialik in the Christmas movie Accidental Trip and this year can by seen in SyFy's horror film Keepers starring Jaime Pressly. In other television projects, she has had a recurring guest star role in Starz’s Crash series, featuring the late Dennis Hopper, and had the privilege of working with Academy Award winning director Paul Haggis. She appeared on NBC’s The New Normal, ABC’s Mistresses and FOX's hit show GLEE. She also appeared in the royal love story Will and Kate (Lifetime) as Kate Middleton's hilariously snobby English nemesis. Trilby's other feature film credits include Son of the Mask, And Then There Was You, Needle, The Course and The Tina Anderson Story.
Trilby is originally from Perth, Western Australia, and grew up in Hong Kong and Singapore. She studied and worked in journalism and has a Bachelor’s degree with a triple major in English, Philosophy and French. She graduated from the acclaimed NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Art) in Sydney, Australia and worked in theater and film before moving to the US. She has also studied at the prestigious Royal Academy of the Dramatic Arts (RADA) in London. She trained with LA's acclaimed Upright Citizen’s Brigade and performs improvisation around Los Angeles.
Brett Tucker - "Sebastian" and writer and performer of film's theme song.
Brett Tucker, currently a season regular on MISTRESSES, is an Australian born actor. While best known in Australia for his long standing role of Dave Brewer in the award-winning TV series ‘Mcleod’s Daughters’, he is also recognized for his role of Daniel Fitzergald in ‘Neighbours’. Brett has gone on to appear in the films ‘The Outsider’, ‘The Great Raid’, ‘I Love You Too’, and Marvel Comic’s ‘Thor: The Dark World’.
Since arriving in the US, Tucker has also appeared in episodes of CSI: NY, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Castle, Rizzoli & Isles and NCIS, Off the Map and the TV film, Criminal Behaviour.
Tucker's onstage credits include The Woman in Black and The Great Gatsby playing Jay Gatsby.
Brett is an avid surfer, guitar player and singer.
Bevan B. Bell - Cinematographer, Editor, Producer
Bevan B. Bell began his career working within the Memphis film community. As a writer, director, actor, director of photography, editor, and producer he often brought many of these skills to the projects, collaborating on the creative process. His first feature project as a writer/director, A COWBOY'S SILVER LINING (2004), a surreal noir thriller was the second film produced by Rusted Sun Films, which went on to win Best Feature and the Indie Auteur Award at the BareBones International Film Festival 2005. Continuing an exciting partnership with Rusted Sun Films, Bevan completed a second feature, DIVINE MANIPULATION OF THE THREADS (2005), a bank heist comedy that found some success in local theatrical partnership with Malco Theaters.
THE THAUMATURGE (2011), Another short film screened in a handful of festivals including the hometown fest, Indie Memphis Film Festival, was completed before making the move to Los Angeles.
Since making the move to Los Angeles, Bevan has continued writing and completing projects across various genres, including short films, web series, commercials, and tries to find that life balance between family, paying the bills, and working to complete his next feature script. He is currently finishing post-production on his feature documentary KILIMANJARO WARRIORS.