Some Girl(s)

Some Girl(s)

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Some Girl(s) (2013)

Opened: 06/28/2013 Limited

Limited06/28/2013
NoHo 706/28/2013 - 07/04/20137 days
Cinema Village06/28/2013 - 07/04/20137 days
Monica 409/26/2013 - 09/26/20131 day
DVD12/10/2013

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Genre: Comedy/Drama

Rated: Unrated

It's not you. It's him...

Synopsis

Based on his play by the same name, Neil LaBute's script follows a successful writer (Adam Brody) who, on the eve of his wedding, travels across the country to meet up with ex-lovers in an attempt to make amends for past relationship transgressions. Crisscrossing from Seattle to Boston, he reunites with high school sweetheart SAM (Jennifer Morrison), sexually free-spirited TYLER (Mia Maestro), married college professor LINDSAY (Emily Watson), his best friend's little sister REGGIE (Zoe Kazan), and "the one that got away" BOBBI (Kristen Bell). Daisy von Scherler Mayer (PARTY GIRL) directs this journey of a modern-day Candide stumbling through a landscape familiar to most men--messy breakups.

About the Cast

Adam Brody (Man)

A dynamic young actor, Adam Brody has crafted a distinguished career in film and television and is quickly becoming one of the finest newcomers to hit the big screen.Last year, moviegoers saw Brody star in DAMSELS IN DISTRESS, SEEKING A FRIEND FOR THE END OF THE WORLD and THE ORANGES. DAMSELS IN DISTRESS is the long-awaited new movie from writer/director Whit Stillman, with Greta Gerwig, Analeigh Tipton, Caitlin Fitzgerald, and Megalyn Echikunwoke. In THE ORANGES, directed by Julian Farino from Ian Helfer and Jay Reiss' screenplay, Mr. Brody is part of an ensemble that includes Hugh Laurie, Catherine Keener, Alia Shawkat, Leighton Meester, Oliver Platt, and Allison Janney. The film premiered at the 2011 Toronto Film Festival. SEEKING A FRIEND FOR THE END OF THE WORLD follows a man on a quest to find his high school sweetheart as an asteroid quickly nears Earth. Steve Carell and Kiera Knightley star in the film as well.

Mr. Brody will also be seen in Rob Epstein and Je"rey Friedman's LOVELACE, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, portraying Harry Reems, with Amanda Seyfried, Peter Sarsgaard, and James Franco; and in Rob Meltzer's WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE. Additionally, he starred in DOUBLE OR NOTHING, a short film penned by Neil LaBute, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Past film credits include Jon Kasdan's IN THE LAND OF WOMEN, opposite Meg Ryan and Kristen Stewart; Wes Craven's SCREAM 4; Kevin Smith's COP OUT; Galt Niederho"er's THE ROMANTICS; Karyn Kusama's JENNIFER'S BODY, wri!en by Diablo Cody; Boaz Yakin's DEATH IN LOVE, with Josh Lucas, Lukas Haas, and Jacqueline Bisset; Gregg Araki's SMILEY FACE, with Anna Faris; David Wain's THE TEN; Jason Reitman's THANK YOU FOR SMOKING; Gore Verbinski's SMASH THE RING; and Doug Liman's blockbuster MR. & MRS. SMITH, alongside Brad Pi! and Angelina Jolie.

Mr. Brody memorably starred as Seth Cohen on the popular television series THE O.C., the pilot episode of which was directed by Doug Liman. His television work also includes recurring roles on ONCE AND AGAIN and GILMORE GIRLS; and standout guest turns on JUDGING AMY, FAMILY LAW, and SMALLVILLE.

Kristen Bell (Bobbi)

Kristen Bell is currently starring in the Showtime series, HOUSE OF LIES opposite Don Cheadle and was recently heard in the new animated FX television show UNSUPERVISED. She starred in and coproduced the comedy HIT & RUN, written and directed by Dax Shepard.

She is also lending her voice to the new Disney animated feature, FROZEN, directed by Chris Buck. She pays the lead role in the independent film THE LIFEGUARD, which recently premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. She can currently be seen in theaters in the Farrelly Brothers' MOVIE 43. Upcoming films to be released include WRITERS for Relativity Media.

Her other film credits include: BIG MIRACLE, YOU AGAIN, BURLESQUE, WHEN IN ROME, COUPLES RETREAT, FORGETTING SARAH MARSHALL, PULSE, SERIOUS MOONLIGHT and David Mamet's SPARTAN. Kristen's television credits include: VERONICA MARS, DEADWOOD, HEROES and PARTY DOWN.Her Broadway credits include: Tom Sawyer and The Crucible opposite Liam Neeson and Laura Linney. Her O"-Broadway credits include: Reefer Madness and A Little Night Music both at The Kennedy Center in New York and Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles.

Zoe Kazan (Reggie)

Zoe Kazan is an award-winning stage and film actress, who recently wrote her firstscreenplay, RUBY SPARKS, which she went on to star in opposite Paul Dano, Chris Messina,Anne!e Bening and Antonia Banederas. She also served as Executive Producer. A 2005 graduate of Yale University, Zoe made her New York stage debut in 2006 in the O"-Broadway revivalof The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie opposite Cynthia Nixon. In 2008, Zoe received the Clarence Derwent Award, honoring "the most promising female and male performers on the New York metropolitan scene." She is the only actor to be awarded the Derwent Award for three roles inone year: Come Back, Little Sheba, 100 Saints You Should Know, and Things We Want.

As a playwright, Zoe's family drama, Absalom, was produced at the Humana Festival at the Actor's Theater of Louisville in 2009. Her second play, We Live Here, was produced Off-Broadway by The Manhattan Theatre company in the fall of 2011. While continuing to work in theater, Zoe has appeared in several feature films, including Sam Mendes' REVOLUTIONARY ROAD and Nancy Meyers' IT'S COMPLICATED. Since wrapping RUBY SPARKS, Zoe has had starring roles in the independent films IN YOUR EYES, written and produced by Joss Whedon, and THE PRETTY ONE, written and directed by Jenee LaMarque. She recently completed filming THE F WORD, which she stars in opposite Daniel Radcliffe.

Mia Maestro (Tyler)

Actress and singer-songwriter Mia Maestro has accrued a wide array of credits, both on screen and onstage during her career.

Mia was most recently seen as the vampire Carmen in the second installment of THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN - PART 2; the first installment of Breaking Dawn featured her single Llovera on the soundtrack. In 2012, she appeared in the season premiere of USA's series WHITE COLLAR and was featured in Oliver Stone's SAVAGES opposite Benicio del Toro.

Born in 1978 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Mia began her classical vocal training at an early age and moved to Berlin at the age of eighteen to develop a repertoire that includes the works of Kurt Weill and Hans Eisler. By 1998, she secured the coveted role of 'Lulu' in Wedekind's Pandora's Box at the San Martin Theater in her hometown, Buenos Aires. Her performance earned her an Ace Award for Best New Artist of the Year.

That same year, Mia made her screen debut in Carlos Saura's Tango, which received Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations for best foreign film. She went on to play the lead role in Jonathan Jakubowicz's thriller Secuestro Express and a starring role in Miramax's Frida, directed by Julie Taymor. In 2004, Mia appeared in The Motorcycle Diaries, which was a 2005 Golden Globe nominee for Best Foreign Film. Other film credits to date include TIMECODE (2000), HOTEL (2001), and POSEIDON (2006).

Mia is also known for her recurring role on ABC's critically acclaimed series ALIAS as Jennifer Garner's sister, Nadia Santos.

In addition to acting, Mia has continued to pursue her talents as a singer-songwriter. She has performed in Los Angeles, New York, and Buenos Aires, and recently opened for Emiliana Torrini at the Haskolabio Theater in Reykjavik. She also collaborated with the UK band Faithless on their most recent album. Mia recorded and released her first solo album earlier this year.

Jennifer Morrison (Sam)

Morrison currently has her plate full with numerous television and film projects. She currently stars in the second season of ABC's hit drama series, ONCE UPON A TIME as 'Emma Swan,' a woman with a troubled past who is drawn into a small town in Maine where the magic of Fairy Tales become real. Once Upon a Time is currently the highest rated network drama on television.

Morrison can currently be seen in theaters and on VOD in the independent feature KNIFE FIGHT, directed by Bill Guttentag and produced by Guerrino De Luca. KNIFE FIGHT centers on a young political crisis manager who learns a valuable lesson in believing in the most unlikely of people.

EVENT 15 is a thriller directed by British director Matthew Thompson. Morrison stars opposite James Frain and Josh Steward as 'White,' one of three soldiers trapped in an elevator after terrorists set o" a dirty bomb. After escaping, 'White' discovers that the world she once knew no longer exists.

In September 2011, Morrison was seen in the Lionsgate feature WARRIOR opposite Nick Nolte, Tom Hardy and Joel Edgerton. The film was directed by Gavin O'Conner and centered on two brothers in the competitive world of mixed martial arts.

Also adept at television, Morrison is best known for her work as 'Dr. Allison Cameron' on Fox's critically acclaimed drama, HOUSE. The show was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series in 2009 as well as a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series in 2009, 2008, 2007 & 2006 and a Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series -- Drama in 2008. Morrison was nominated for a 2008 WIN Award for Outstanding Actress Drama Series for House. She also had a notable guest appearance on the CBS sitcom HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER as 'Zooey,' a love interest of 'Ted,' played by Josh Radnor.

Other film credits include J.J. Abrams' film STAR TREK wherein she played 'Winona Kirk', 'Captain James Kirk's' mother; the 20th Century Fox film MR. AND MRS. SMITH, with Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie; Dreamworks' SURVIVING CHRISTMAS starring Ben Affleck and Christina Applegate; and the independent film FLOURISH which she starred in and produced.

Now residing in Los Angeles, Morrison hails from Chicago, where she studied with the celebrated Steppenwolf Theatre Company and earned a degree in theater from Loyola University.

Emily Watson (Lindsay)

Over the last few decades, Emily Watson has become one of the entertainment industry's most acclaimed actresses. She first caught the world's attention for her memorable performance as "Bess" in Lars Von Trier's BREAKING THE WAVES, her first feature film. For her heartbreaking performance, she received Oscar and Golden Globe Award nominations and won the New York Film Critics Circle Award and the Felix Award for Best Actress, and the London Film Critics Circle Award for British Newcomer of the Year in 1997.

Watson received her second Oscar and Golden Globe nominations, in addition to SAG and BAFTA nominations for Best Actress in 1999 for her riveting performance as "Jackie" in October Films' HILARYAND JACKIE. The film is the poignant and tragic story of famed classical cellist Jacqueline du Pre, directed by Anand Tucker.

In 2011, Emily starred in three exceptional titles. The first film, ORANGES & SUNSHINE, was adapted from the memoir Empty Cradles and tells the true story of Margaret Humphreys, a social worker who uncovered one of the most significant social scandals in recent times. She was also seen as a mother of a son who leaves her behind when he goes off to war in Steven Spielberg's Golden Globe and Oscar nominated WAR HORSE. On television, Watson starred in the Sundance Channel's original film, APPROPRIATE ADULT, which centers on the untold story of Janet Leach and her role in uncovering the crimes of murderous real-life couple Fred and Rosemary West. Her performance garnered rave reviews and Golden Globe and SAG nominations for "Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television." Last year, Emily starred in ANNA KARENINA alongside Jude Law and Keira Knightley. Directed by Joe Wright, the film follows Anna (Knightley) as she looks for a better life while trapped in a loveless marriage.

Watson will next be seen in LITTLE BOY, a film that tells the story of a young American boy who works to bring his father back from World War II. She will also star opposite David Tennant in THE POLITICIAN'S HUSBAND a 3-part drama series about a marriage between two politicians, and what happens when the wife's career starts to overshadow her husband's.

Past film credits include Charlie Kaufman's SYNECDOCHE, the ensemble drama FIREFLIES IN THE GARDEN opposite Julia Roberts and Willem Dafoe, MISS POTTER with Renee Zellweger and Ewan McGregor, WAH-WAH, THE PROPOSITION with Guy Pearce, Liam Neeson, and John Hurt, CRUSADE, Tim Burton's CORPSE BRIDE, SEPARATE LIES, with Tom Wilkinson and Rupert Everett, THE LIFE AND DEATH OF PETER SELLERS, for which she received a Golden Globe nomination for her performance as "Anne Sellers, "Paul Thomas Anderson's PUNCH-DRUNK LOVE, RED DRAGON, the prequel to Silence of the Lambs, Robert Altman's GOSFORD PARK; Tim Robbin's CRADLE WILL ROCK; as the title character in Alan Parker's ANGELA'S ASHES, an adaptation of Frank McCourt's Pulitzer Prize-winning memoir; Alan Rudolph's TRIXIE in which she starred with Nick Nolte. She also starred with John Turturro in THE LUZHIN DEFENSE, directed by Marleen Gorris, based on the Nobokov novel; Jim Sheridan's THE BOXER with Daniel Day-Lewis; and METROLAND with Christian Bale, which is based on the Julian Barnes novel.

Television credits include Lifetime's Television Movie THE MEMORY KEEPER'S DAUGHTER starring opposite Dermot Mulroney and Gretchen Mol. The film, based on the best-selling novel by Kim Edwards, follows a father as he separates his son from his twin sister at birth to prevent him and the mother from knowing she was born with Down syndrome. Ms. Watson also starred as Maggie Tulliver in the acclaimed BBC Masterpiece Theatre production of George Eliot's THE MILLON THE FLOSS.

A veteran of the London stage, Ms. Watson's theatre credits include Three Sisters, The Children's Hour at the Royal National Theatre and The Lady From The Sea. In the Fall of 2002, Ms. Watson starred at the Donmar Warehouse Theatre in two concurrent productions -- Uncle Vanya (Sonya) and Twelfth Night (Viola), both directed by Academy-Award winning director Sam Mendes (AMERICAN BEAUTY, THE ROAD TO PERDITION). These critically acclaimed productions also ran in a very limited engagement at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York City. She has also worked extensively with the Royal Shakespeare Company in such productions as Jovial Crew, The Taming of the Shrew, All's Well That Ends Well and The Changeling.

About the Filmmakers

Daisy von Scherler Mayer (Director)

Daisy von Scherler Mayer wrote and directed her debut film, PARTY GIRL, starring Parker Posey, which premiered at the 1995 Sundance Film Festival and was an instant indie hit that remains a cult classic today. The film's success led to a FOX television series. Since then Daisy has directed the successful children's classic MADELINE for Columbia Pictures starring Oscar winners Frances McDormand and Nigel Hawthorne and based on Ludwig Bemelmans' famed books. For Working Title Films and Universal Pictures Daisy directed the Bollywood influenced comedy, THE GURU starring Heather Graham, Jimi Mistry and Oscar-winner Marisa Tomei. She has also directed two television movies, MORE OF ME for the Lifetime Network, and FRENEMIES for the Disney Channel. Daisy has written for television including the pilot PRICELESS for executive producer Lisa Kudrow and Warner Bros. Television. As a director of episodic television, Daisy has worked on a number of critically acclaimed series including, MAD MEN, NURSE JACKIE and SHAMELESS. Before her work in film and television, Daisy was a New York theater director and comedy improv performer. Prior to that, she studied both film and theater at Wesleyan University. Daisy also trained at The Circle in the Square, Williamstown Theater Festival and Atlantic Theater Company, where she went on to work as a director. Daisy lives in Los Angeles with her husband, film composer David Carbonara, and two daughters, Ava and Colette.

Neil LaBute (Writer)

Neil LaBute received his Master of Fine Arts degree in Dramatic Writing from New York University and was the recipient of a literary fellowship to study at the Royal Court Theatre, London, and also attended the Sundance Institute's Playwrights' Lab. His films include IN THE COMPANY OF MEN (New York Critics' Circle Award for Best First Feature and the Filmmaker Trophy at the Sundance Film Festival), YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS, NURSE BETTY, POSSESSION, THE SHAPE OF THINGS (a film adaptation of his play by the same title), THE WICKER MAN, LAKEVIEW TERRACE, DEATH AT A FUNERAL, SOME VELVET MORNING. His short films include TUMBLE, AFTER-SCHOOL SPECIAL, SEXTING, DENISE, DOUBLE OR NOTHING, BENCH SEAT, SWEET NOTHINGS and BFF. His TV credits include BASH: LATTER-DAY PLAYS (an adaptation of his play by the same title) for Showtime. LaBute's plays include Bash: Latter-Day Plays; The Shape of Things; The Distance from Here; The Mercy Seat; Filthy Talk for Troubled Times; Fat Pig (Olivier nomination for Best Comedy), Autobahn; Some Girl(s); This is How it Goes; Land of the Dead/Helter Skelter; Wrecks; In a Dark Dark House; The Break of Noon; In a Forest, Dark and Deep; The Heart of the Matter; Things We Said Today; The Furies/The New Testament/Romance; The Great War; Taming of the Shrew - additional scenes (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre); Short Ends; The Money Shot; Lovely Head; In the Beginning; Miss Julie - adaptation (The Geffen Playhouse); Woyzeck - adaptation; and Reasons to be Pretty (Tony Award nomination for Best Play). LaBute is also the author of Seconds of Pleasure, a collection of short fiction which was published by Grove Atlantic.

Patty West (Producer)

Patty holds a B.S. from Northwestern University and a M.F.A. in Producing from the American Film Institute Conservatory. Patty's short films have premiered at AFI FEST, been a New York Times Critics' Pick, screened at OutFest and aired on the Showtime Networks. Two of her commercials have won Gold and Silver for Best Use of Humor at the Summit Creative Awards. Patty cut her teeth working in freelance production and then in development working for producer Carol Baum (FATHER OF THE BRIDE, THE GOOD GIRL) as a Creative Executive. She then went on to work for the AFI Conservatory and the Directing Workshop for Women managing programs and the distribution of their films. She programs the renowned Harold Lloyd Master Seminars where she has brought such guests as David Cronenberg, Rian Johnson and Sam Mendes to the campus. Patty has taught producing workshops at the University of New Orleans and at the Athena Film Festival. She helped found the AFI Alumni Mentor Program where she serves as Co-Chair.

Chris Schwartz (Producer)

Chris started in the business working for producers Kathleen Kennedy (SCHINDLER'S LIST, JURASSIC PARK) and Frank Marshall (RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK, THE BOURNE IDENTITY). In his six years with Kennedy and Marshall, Chris worked directly on the productions of CONGO and THE INDIAN IN THE CUPBOARD, and on the pre-production of THE SIXTH SENSE. In 2000, Chris began working at AFI as the Manager of the AFI Conservatory and National Workshops. As program manager, he has overseen approximately 80 short films over the course of his working with the Directing Workshop for Women. With Patty, Chris programs the Harold Lloyd Master Seminars and Sloan Seminars where he recently brought Andy Serkis to campus. As a director, his short film, DINNER WITH KIP, won second place in Nintendo's Short Film contest and has aired repeatedly on the Independent Film Channel, HBO and various other cable channels. Chris also produces and stars in an ongoing web series. With Patty, Chris formed Leeden Media in 2011. SOME GIRL(S) is their first film.

Andrew Carlberg (Producer)

A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Andrew Carlberg worked with Executive Producer Laurie Zaks on the hit ABC series CASTLE (starring Nathan Fillion) for its first four seasons, under an ABC development deal. On screen, Andrew has produced several shorts and music videos, including, DOUBLE OR NOTHING (written by Neil LaBute; starring Adam Brody and Keith David), AFTER-SCHOOL SPECIAL (written by Neil LaBute; starring Sarah Paulson and Wes Bentley) and I HAVE IT (starring Larisa Oleynik and Devon Gummersall). Andrew founded The 4th Wall: Geffen Playhouse Arts Alliance, a theater initiative in partnership with the world-renown theater and The Piece Project, a celebrity-based theater ensemble and reading series. On stage at the Geffen, Andrew produced the Los Angeles premiere of 110 Stories (starring Katharine McPhee, John Hawkes, Ed Asner, Sharon Lawrence, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, and others). Other theater credits include the World Premiere of Rob Mersola's Dirty Filthy Love Story, the World Premiere of Steve Yockey's The Fisherman's Wife, the critically acclaimed intimate theater premiere of The Color Purple: The Musical at Celebration Theatre (LA Times, Backstage and LA Weekly Critics' Pick), the Los Angeles premiere of Neil LaBute's The Mercy Seat, the West Coast premiere of Edward Anthony's Wish I Had a Sylvia Plath and the World Premiere of David Dean Bottrell Makes Love. In addition to working in the entertainment industry, Andrew is an active volunteer and mentor through the I Have a Dream Foundation and serves on the Emerging Leaders Council for Outfest, the Board of Directors for Celebration Theatre and the Steering Committee for the Los Angeles Public Library's Young Literati.

Rachel Morrison (Director of Photography)

Rachel Morrison holds an M.F.A. from the American Film Institute Conservatory and is emerging as one of the refreshing young talents at the forefront of independent cinema. She lensed four films that premiered at Sundance in the past two years, the most recent of which, FRUITVALE, won both the Audience Award and the Grand Jury Prize. This past year, Rachel saw two films open theatrically - SOUND OF MY VOICE starring Brit Marling and ANY DAY NOW starring Alan Cumming. Rachel has also shot for most TV networks, and was nominated for an Emmy in cinematography for her contribution to RIKER'S HIGH, a documentary about a high school within the Riker's Island prison system. Morrison is represented by Dattner Dispoto and Associates.

Maya Sigel (Production Designer)

Maya Sigel is a Production Designer with experience in feature films, commercials, music videos, and web content. She holds a B.A. in Comparative Literature and Film Studies from Brandeis University and completed her M.F.A. in Production Design from the American Film Institute Conservatory in 2007. Her feature film credits include Tribeca Film Festival favorites TiMER (2009) and BEWARE THE GONZO (2010). In 2011, GUN HILL ROAD was an official selection of the Sundance Film Festival and was released in theaters across the country. That same year, Maya designed five commercials for a Google campaign that won the Gold Prize at the Cannes Lions International Festival. She just completed principal photography on her fourth feature film of 2012. Maya works frequently in New York and Los Angeles and currently resides in Brooklyn.

Nancy Ceo (Costume Designer)

Nancea Ceo is a Costume Designer and Stylist with experience in feature films, TV, commercials, and print. She holds a BA from RISD, Rhode Island School of Design in Fashion Design with a minor in painting. Her feature film credits include SOME GIRL(S), MOVIE 43, and JACKS OR BETTER. Assistant designer credits on such films as the Academy Award winning film CRAZY HEART. Also winner of the Costume Designers Guild Award. And LOVE RANCH. TV pilot and series credits include; MTV's "HARD TIMES OF RJ BERGER, winner of Teen choice award, AWKWARD. winner of Peoples Choice award, and ZACK STONE IS GONNA BE FAMOUS. She just completed the pilot, SOCIO renamed TWISTED for ABC family and currently is getting ready to costume design the TWISTED TV series, which the story takes place in NYC. Commercials include MTV promos for her designed series. Nancea is based in Los Angeles and has worked throughout the USA, Eastern Europe and Caribbean.

David Carbonara (Composer)

David Carbonara is the composer of the critically acclaimed series MAD MEN, winner of multiple awards including three Golden Globes and four consecutive Emmys for Outstanding Drama Series. Carbonara's winning mix of contemporary score and period jazz has inspired a number of MAD MEN soundtracks. He also produced the MAD MEN REVUE, a live show starring cast members which was performed to packed houses in Los Angeles and Las Vegas. He expands his successful collaboration with Matthew Weiner scoring the upcoming film, YOU ARE HERE (starring Owen Wilson and Zach Galifinakis) and written and directed by Weiner. Other films David Carbonara has scored include Working Title's British comedy hit, THE GURU (starring Heather Graham and Marisa Tomei.) Also internationally, he scored two French produced films for director Amos Kolleck, QUEENIE IN LOVE and FAST FOOD, FAST WOMEN, which premiered at Cannes, as well as Brazilian director Ana Carolina's Amelia. Other U.S. credits include David O. Russell's SPANKING THE MONKEY, Nick Smith's MONUMENTAL and James Ryan's award-winning, THE YOUNG GIRL AND THE MONSOON. He is currently scoring the CBS show, VEGAS starring Dennis Quaid and Michael Chicklis for producer James Mangold. Carbonara has also composed music for theater, scoring productions at the Atlantic Theater Company and Playwright's Horizon and The American Repertory Theatre. A former touring trombonist, Carbonara has a bachelor degree in film scoring from the Berklee College of Music.

Michael Darrow (Editor)

Michael Darrow, a New Jersey native, graduated from the American Film Institute in 2006 earning a Master of Arts in Editing. While attending he won the prestigious ACE editing award. Since graduating Michael has Edited over twelve feature length films, several music vidoes, an award winning web series, and other forms of media. His most recent work, Breaking the Girl, will be released by IFC films later in 2013.

 

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