Jeff Auer (Bruce, Writer, Producer) is a New York-based actor, writer and voice-over artist most recently seen on Showtime's "The Affair" and NBC's "The Blacklist." Jeff is co-writer of the songs for the film and the band with fellow cast member and producer Alex Emanuel.
Jared Barel (Director, Producer) is an award winning filmmaker, illustrator, designer, and graphic novelist. He is the owner and founder, along with his brother, Jordan, of Loaded Barrel Studios, an acclaimed publisher of comics and graphic novels, including "Grey" and "Brielle and the Horror." Jared is also a skilled screenwriter, editor, cinematographer and animator, lending his many talents to features, documentaries, short films, music videos and industrials among other projects.
Alex Emanuel (Jimmy, Producer, Music) is an accomplished New York-based theatre, film and TV actor, as well as a writer, producer, director and visual artist. A veteran of numerous bands, Alex is also a former touring, recording rock musician and songwriter . Recent acting credits include the TV shows "50 Central", "Public Morals" and "Blue Bloods", the features "Stealing Chanel", "The Luring" and "When Everything's Gone" plus world premieres of the new rock musicals "Family Album" and "Home Street Home" and the play "Pucker Up and Blow" among other projects.
Jordan Barel (Legal, Producer) is a writer, producer and lawyer for Loaded Barrel Studios. Based in LA, he's worked for New Line Cinema, AMC, Verve Talent Agency and was recently named in Variety's Hollywood Movers and Shakers list. Jordan and his brother Jared gew up playing in bands together.
Charles Kirby (Production Design, Producer) is a production designer, Film/Theatre instructor and small businessman. A college chum of Jeff Auer, he's recently come aboard the good ship Incoherents to help raise funds, seeing the limitless potential this little film has (wink wink).
Adrienne Stern (Casting Director) provides full casting services in both New York and Los Angeles for Film, Television, Commercials, Web, and Theatre with over twenty years of entertainment industry experience.
John Hudak, Jr. (Cinematographer) His love of painting has influenced his eye for cinematography, using the baroque period as an inspiration and reference. John relocated to New York City in 2006 and he continues to focus on his crest as a DP. He has traveled nationally and internationally to photograph narratives, music videos, and documentaries and is always ready to take on interesting projects.
Walter Hoffman (Keith) is a New York City born and bred actor, screenwriter, film producer, stage director and musician. Recent acting work includes the shorts "Rock and Roll Ghost Town" and "La Festa", which was a finalist in the 2014 100 Hour Film Race.
Annette O'Toole (Mrs. Graham) has had a long and varied career across film, TV and theater, appearing in everything from 48 HRS and Superman III to Smallville and Grey’s Anatomy. She’s also an Oscar Nominee for Best Song from the film A Mighty Wind.
Amy Carlson (Jerry Evans) plays the role of Linda Reagan of CBS’s Blue Bloods. Film credits include Green Lantern and Too Big Too Fail. She currently appears in Landline (w/ John Turturro, Edie Falco & Jenny Slate) and the upcoming indie A Bread Factory, Part One.
Vincent Lamberti (The Jules) has been acting, writing, directing and producing for the past three decades. He is graduate of the Royal Academy Of Dramatic Art in England and The American Conservatory Theatre. He is the proud father of two humans, four dogs, one cat and a goldfish.
Stew (Stew) is a singer/songwriter and playwright. His play Passing Strange won the Tony Award for Best Book. Passing Strange was recorded and turned into a feature film directed by Spike Lee. He continues to record and perform as a solo artist.
Katia Vieira (HMU)
Barbara Eisen (Wardrobe)
Christine Chang (Grace) is a New York based actress living in Brooklyn. She trained at the William Esper Studio, is a graduate of Yale University and NYU School of Law. Recent acting credits include "Madam Secretary," "Listen Up Philip," and "East of Hollywood".
Alexander Stine (John) can be seen in David Fincher's new Netfix series "Mindhunter", "Orange is the new Black", "The Affair", "TURN: Washington's Spies", "Boardwalk Empire" and the Indie Feature "Wild Men" (Best Supporting Actor at the Macabre Fair Film Festival '17). NY Theater includes "King Lear" with Austin Pendleton, "Servant of 2 Masters", "The Knight of the Burning Pestle", "Macbeth", "Much Ado About Nothing", "Stairway to Hell", and "Dia de los Muertos". Alexander has a BA in theatre from the University of Northern Colorado and currently resides in NYC.
Jeremy Sample (Jeremy) appears in the upcoming Black Panther (dir: Ryan Coogler of Creed). Other credits include Luke Cage, Jessica Jones and Gotham. He also works as a stuntman, most recently in the next Avengers film.
Joe Hurley is an actor and singer/songwriter, fronting the bands Rogue’s March and Joe Hurley and the Gents. He has collaborated with among others Sam Shepard, PJ Harvey and Tony Visconti (David Bowie’s producer). Joe along with Johnny Deep narrated the audiobook for Keith Richard’s autobiography Life.
Jillie Simon’s film highlights include "A Beautiful Mind", “Confess” w/ Melissa Leo & a lead role in “You Have the Right to Remain Violent” dir., Roberto Monticello. Hungry”, which she wrote, co-directed and stars in with Oscar-nominee Eric Roberts, has been selected to 21 festivals to date, winning 8 awards, with 11 nominations. She’s also performed at Uprights Citizen Brigade, UCBeast & the NY Comedy Club w/ Grown-Up's Playground.
Robert McCaskill (Gordon) works as an acting coaching in NYC. He appeared most recently in the feature films Flatbush Luck and The Emily Dickinson Project, with Molly Shannon.
Celia Schaefer (Joni) is a New York-based actress, writer and director. Recently she has been seen in the film "Detours", on TV in Hulu's original series "The Path", and on stage in Harold Pinter's "Old Times" at Fusion Theatre Company, NM.
Gentleman Brawlers, a Brooklyn 6-Piece, are psychedelic soul revivalists known for their spooky, stylized tunes drenched in analog tape echo and spring reverb. Drawing critical acclaim in the New York and London Music Press, Brooklyn’s influential magazine, The Deli, listed them among their top 10 emerging New York bands. Their first full-length LP is scheduled for release in October 2017.
Fiona Silver is a musician born and raised in NYC. Blending genres like spices, incorporating the vibe of soul, the hooks of pop, the attitude of punk and the conviction of rock n roll. Her debut album, Little Thunder has been called "gritty and sexual" by BlackBook Magazine, "Beyond amazing" by KROQ FM/Sirius XM DJ Rodney Bingenheimer, and Galore Magazine says "...this kick ass girl has a Presence, with a capital P."
Richard Barone pioneered the 80’s indie rock scene in Hoboken with his band The Bongos. He has collaborated with among others Moby, Lou Reed, Beach Boy Al Jardine, Sean Lennon, Tony Visconti (David Bowie’s producer) and Pete Seeger. His latest album Sorrows & Promises is a tribute to the Greenwich Village music scene of 60’s.
Jessica Luck is an actor who recently appeared off-Broadway in Lisa Lampanelli's play Stuffed. She is a member of the rock band My Dear Mycroft.
Joemca is a musician, sound designer, and audio engineer. His band, My Dear Mycroft, will have a new album out this year.
Jack McKeever is a singer, songwriter, producer and recording engineer. He divides his time between New York, London and LA.
THE PRODUCTION COMPANIES
Loaded Barrel Studios was formed in 2006 by brothers Jared and Jordan Barel as a film and comic book production company with the intent of producing high quality Graphic Novels that can be adapted into feature films. The studio is behind internationally award winning graphic novels, indie and major label music videos, short films, documentaries, experimental films, and features.
Starna Productions was founded in 2003 by actor, musician, writer and artist Alex Emanuel. Starna has produced plays, films, readings, a short film festival, a compilation album, rock shows, music videos, songs and event posters, among other projects.
Ronan Jean Productions is the production mast of The Incoherents screenwriter Jeff Auer.