Director: Anna Simone Scott
Writer: Terri Sissman
Producer: Peter Sands, Terri Sissman
Cinematographer: danna Kinsky
Urban cool teen Taylor's life is uprooted when her father dies and she moves to her grandfather's ranch in Wyoming with her mother. There Taylor meets a ranch hand who turns her world upside down.
Anna Simone Scott: Director
'The Aerial Girl' marks Anna Simone Scott's directorial debut. However as a writer/producer/actor she has won awards for her films: Best Film at the BAFTA Los Angeles Short Film Festival for "Chasing Chekhov"; Cinematic Excellence at Rochester; Jury Special Mention at Milan; Anna also won Best Screenplay at Action On Film Festival; and a Silver Award for "Coming Into Money" at Worldfest. Anna currently has several feature film projects in development.
Terri Sissman: Writer & Executive Producer
is a playwright, as well as a screenwriter. Her plays have been staged in Los Angeles, Seattle, and Connecticut. 'The Aerial Girl' was adapted from her 10-minute play, 'Wire'.This is her first produced film.
Peter Sands: Producer
is an award-winning film maker whose latest film 'Chasing Chekhov' won Best Film
Award at the British Academy Los Angeles Short Film Festival. His credits include writing Sy-
Fy's 'The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne', and also directing 'The Red Scarf', 'Coming Into Money' and 'Blacktop Afternoon', an Academy Award Nomination qualifier.
Danna Kinsky: Cinematographer
has extensive knowledge in both documentary and cinematic techniques with over 15 years of experience in cinematography and still photography, shooting in multiple formats including film, HD, BetaCam, and RED. She has shot narrative and documentary features and shorts, music videos, live music, commercials, PSAs, reality TV, corporate events, and web series.
Dan De La Isla: Composer
is a Music Producer/Audio Engineer and owns a recording studio in his hometown of sunny San Diego. In his youth, he grew his hair and incessantly played guitar. 100 years later, he is exactly the same. He is a founding member of the award-winning-soundtrack-featured band Natasha's Ghost, and has a really cool daughter who wrote this and loves him unconditionally.
Sarah De La Isla (Taylor)
has been indulging in as many areas of the arts as humanly possible since birth and has no plans to do anything else but just that for the rest of her life. She currently resides between San Diego and Los Angeles, makes creations of all sorts, and in her spare time blogs about the tragic pains of being a kid in the suburbs.
Joel Stoffer (Carl)
Joel 痴 most recent credits include roles in a hip new indie film, The Scenesters, a new horror flick, Donner Pass, and an upcoming episode of Castle on ABC. For a complete list of credits, check out his page at http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0831106/