The Filmmakers

About the Director:

Rodney Ascherʼs films have screened at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The George Eastman House, and under the Brooklyn Bridge. His 2010 short “The S From Hell” also premiered at Sundance and in many ways laid the groundwork for “Room 237”. His genre-blurring work includes countless short films, as well as commercial projects for clients including EA Games, Capitol Records, and VH1. In his most recent music video he killed Matt & Kim, Soulja Boy, and Andrew W.K. He lives in Los Angeles with his talented wife, their clever baby, and a beautiful cat.

Why not visit him on the web at

About the Producer:

As a producer and screenwriter, Tim Kirk has sold screenplays and pitches to Universal, Sony Pictures, MGM, New Line and 20th Century Fox.  His short film “Bewitched?” was featured at the 2006 Los Angeles Film Festival.  Tim is proud to have written the narration for the Hall of the Crucifixion at Forest Lawn in Glendale which shows upon the hour, six days a week.  He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and 5-year-old daughter.

Check out his webpage at where he shares his noir fiction,
obsession with Westerns and many short films.

About the Executive Producers:

A husband-and-husband team, P. David Ebersole & Todd Hughes of The Ebersole Hughes Company  are accomplished writers, producers and directors. Currently in release on DVD/Bluray and available on demand is HIT SO HARD  , the acclaimed documentary about Hole drummer Patty Schemel. Their next documentary, DEAR MOM, LOVE CHER, premieres on Lifetime in May 2013 and it honors the remarkable life story and perseverance of Cher’s mother, Georgia Holt. Also in development are documentary projects with artist Ann Magnuson and a biopic on civil rights activist David Mixner (with acclaimed photographer/documentarian/humanitarian Nigel Barker set to direct).

About our composers

Jonathan Snipes is a composer and sound designer. On screen, his music has been
heard in “Mask of the Ninja” (Spike TV, 2008), Reversion (Sundance Festival, 2008),
Snakes on a Plane (New Line Cinema, 2006), “The Office” (NBC, 2005-present),
“The Sarah Connor Chronicles” (Fox, 2007-2009), “Battlestar Galactica”
(SciFi, 2004-2009), and “Meteor: Path to Destruction” (NBC, 2009). On the stage,
his work has been featured in Meditations on Virginity (National Theater in Warsaw,
Poland, 2004) Nocturne (Black Dahlia Theater, 2004), Crumble (Moving Arts, 2005),
Belfast Blues (Off-Broadway, 2004), and Sock & Shoe (Actors Gang, 2009).
As “Captain Ahab”, Jonathan has written and recorded numerous albums for the
record labels Deathbomb Arc (Los Angeles), Dual Plover (Australia), and Cock
Rock Disco (Berlin). He has performed at some of the premier
venues and festivals of electronic and music in the world including The Smell and
the Knitting Factory in Los Angeles, Dour and Dissonant Festivals in Belgium,
Bangface in London, Club Transmedial in Berlin, and The Golden Pudel in Hamburg.
He is a founding member and resident composer of Three Chairs Theater Company.

Official site:

William Hutson is a composer, sound designer, and scholar. He is currently completing
his PhD in Performance Studies at UCLA.

Featuring Music by: THE CARETAKER

The Caretaker is a long-running project by musician James Kirby. Initially the project was
inspired by the haunted ballroom scene in the Stanley Kubrick film The Shining, but
recently The Caretaker has shifted attention onto the processes of the brain’s
function in recalling memories.

Official site:

Poster art and Animation

Carlos  was born and raised in Burbank, California and graduated from the California Institute of the Arts. Ramos has created numerous shows for Cartoon Network, Walt Disney Studios, and Nickelodeon, including The X’s and Chalkzone, which garnered him an Annie Award for Individual Achievment in Art Direction. Ramos’ work has been featured in numerous galleries including The Corey Helford Gallery, Copro Gallery, Gallery 1988, I Am 8-Bit, La Luz De Jesus Gallery, Rotofugi and he co-hosted the Burning Brush auctions with Tim Biskup.  He currently lives in the hills of Silver Lake with his fiancée Timony and his Boston Terrier, Bucket.

You can check out more of Carlos’ work at