Management & Music

Management

John Reilly  is the writer of “The Big Dance”, a feature film in development with Public House Films. Inspired by actual events, a junior bond trader on Wall Street and a NJ Turnpike toll collector find themselves in the middle of a Wall Street gambling scandal that would shake the financial services industry to its core. The story follows the time line of the 1991 NCAA men’s college basketball tournament (The Big Dance) while the pair of childhood friends from Bayonne, NJ are placed into a seemingly no win situation, caught up in a series of high stakes wagers on Wall Street.

 

 

John has been an executive on Wall Street for the past thirty-years and currently resides in both Charlotte, NC and Charleston, SC with his wife Sandra. The couple have three grown boys. His latest project  “A Tee Time for Satan” is also based on actual events. The golf-centric script follows the escapades of a Northerner in the Bible Belt South. A heavy religious undertone persists throughout the script as the main character turns the table on the morally hypocritical group of antagonists.

Brad Hennig is a screenwriter, producer, and communications consultant based in San Francisco. From his humble beginnings of writing letters to his family in prison, he went on to write and produce the 2013 independent feature film comedy The Hot Flashes, starring Brooke Shields, Wanda Sykes, Daryl Hannah and Virginia Madsen.  He also wrote the independent feature film dramedy Stage Mother, which is set in San Francisco’s drag scene. The film is currently in post-production and stars Jacki Weaver, Lucy Liu and Adrian Grenier.

Hennig’s film scripts have placed in the finals for the Austin Film Festival Screenplay Competition, the Final Draft Big Break Screenplay Competition, Scriptapalooza, and the One In Ten Script competition.

His writing has also been published in the Huffington Post, Fast Company, Publisher’s Weekly, CMO.com, CFO.com, the Nonprofit Times, and numerous other publications.  He has also used his storytelling skills to help corporate clients tell their stories through video and print content. His clients include Visa, Apple, HP, and Guide Dogs for the Blind.

Hennig has a Bachelor’s of Journalism degree from the University of Texas at Austin.  He resides in San Francisco, and confesses that he prefers dogs to people.

Stavroula Toska is a writer, director, producer and actor based in New York City.   Her debut feature documentary, Beneath the Olive Tree, was narrated and executive produced by Academy Award winner Olympia Dukakis and went on to receive multiple awards and recognition in the US and abroad.  Toska's most recent project is the multi-award-winning digital series, SWITCH.  Based on her personal experiences as an undercover dominatrix, Toska takes viewers on a journey to the riveting world of BDSM from a deeply benevolent, unorthodox and cerebral POV by following Stella (based on Toska's real life character) and the main characters as they navigate leading a double life, the struggle for power, identity, ambition, love and family.  SWITCH is a workplace drama exploring the many aspects of human nature and conditioning that most people never discuss openly, the duality in us all, and the lengths we go to in order to connect with one another.  The series was recently awarded the 2019 BEST STORY AWARD at the prestigious Santa Fe Film Festival, it has received the BEST SUSPENSE/ BEST ACTION AWARD at the New York Women in Film and Television & Go Indie TV / Roku TV competition, and Stavroula received the OUTSTANDING ACTRESS AWARD in the same competition. It has also received the BEST PILOT / BEST NEW SERIES AWARD at the 2019 Calcutta International Film Festival and the 2019 Los Angeles Independent Film Festival. 

 

As SWITCH is quickly finding an audience around the globe, Toska is working on a book about the many life lessons she learned while working as a dominatrix and developing SWITCH into a long form series. 

 

Stavroula's other works as a producer and/or director include In The Vice, Pronoia, The Sounding, LIVIN' THE DREAM, Monsters, and The New Abolitionsists, a feature documentary on human trafficking.  She serves as a mentor for youth interested in filmmaking through the Reel Works Organization, she is a member of the board of directors of the Hellenic Film Society USA, and serves as the Events Director for the Film Fatales New York Chapter.

Laura Brickman is a journalist and filmmaker whose work has appeared in The BBC, Elle, The Independent, Democracy Now!, U.S. News & World Report, and others. With an emphasis on social justice and activism, her reporting has ranged from in-depth profiles of the water protectors at Standing Rock to coverage of women organizing to expose abuse in a tantric community in Thailand, which was released as Jezebel's first ever short documentary in March.

 

In 2019, Laura will return to Thailand to direct a documentary series for television in addition to ongoing writing for The Progressive and U.S. News & World Report. Laura's graduated from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism in 2016, and her work is available on laurabrickman.com.

Daniel Scot Kadan (WGAE / DRAMATISTS GUILD) is a producer, writer, actor and talk show host  creating in film, television, theater and nationwide radio.  Most Recently, he co-wrote the book for BULLDOZER an off-Broadway rock Musical starring Constantine Maroulis. Television credits include Co-Writer on the TV feature LILLY,   starring Joy Behar and Thomas Kopache. Television in development includes the scripted dramedy LES FASHIONABLES (2018) and SH@TTING on TH@INGS (2019), a raucous talk show to premiere in November. More television includes Lead Writer and Supervising Producer for DONNA TRUMPLOVA  & THE SIBERIAN SEX CIRCUS.  Film credits include  Executive Producer for COLIN HEARTS KAY,  an audience award winning feature film distributed by Vanguard Cinemas.  Daniel was lead actor and writer for the black comedy DEVOURING VENUS (2018) a feature film created and directed by Marty Hardin.  Theater favorites adapting and directing Mikhail Bulgakov's HEART OF A DOG,  directing Dipti Mehti’s HONOUR for which he was nominated as Best Director ; producing Aizzah Fatima's DIRTY PAKI LINGERIE premiering at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Daniel created THE COLOR F,  a pop-up theater experience hosted by a gigantic Panda that manifests itself in living rooms throughout the city.   THE ASTHMATIC LOVER is his next project,  a filthy dirty romantic comedy feature to be shot in Bushwick, Bangkok and Bombay. 

Love Cat Music, a large catalogue of music from around the world, that can be licensed for film and television.  www.lovecatmusic.com

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