Writer/Director/Producer: Bethe H Gordon
Producer: Bonnie Nordling
Cinematographer: Matt Egan
Editor: Bethe H Gordon
Once upon a time...Noemie Higgens, an eleven year old prodigy, desires to remember her deceased mother, a renowned nanotechnologist. As Noemie becomes more estranged from her seemingly distant father, she finds help in Dr. Fistics, another nanotechnologist, who secretly agrees to help her complete her mother's experiment. However, Dr. Fistics has an agenda of his own, and, in the end, Noemie must decide if the experiment is worth the risk.
Web Site: www.childinvisible.com
Bethe H. Gordon (writer, director, producer)
Moving to Los Angeles to attend film school was the last thing on Bethe's mind while growing up on the east coast of Long Island. A serious student in the sciences, she received her Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Barnard College at Columbia University. PhDs, MDs and JDs in her family, she realized that the straight academic path would not suit her anymore after she completed her first computer animated short, THE WINK, while at university. After much contemplation, she ended her two and a half year career as a computer consultant to pursue a Master of Fine Arts degree at the University of Southern California. She ended her amazing time at USC with her master's Thesis, CHILD INVISIBLE. She has never imagined being so in love and dedicated to such an exciting and new career.
Bonnie Nordling (producer)
Bonnie really does lie over the ocean having made her way to the states from England to study both Political Science and film at USC.
Producing, for her, combines the best of both worlds, allowing balance between creativity and business.
Bonnie hopes to be able to carry on balancing her time between both sides of the pond, while continuing to balance the business and pleasure of filmmaking.
Charles Pacello (Dr. Higgens)
Charles Pacello: born in Denver, CO. A graduate of the United States Air Force Academy. Studied Acting at the Stella Adler Academy of Acting in Los Angeles, and Shakespeare at the Midsummer in Oxford program, Oxford, England. Film credits: Prom Queen 3: The Homecoming (webisode to be released in September 2009); Separated; Project America; Coach; Sam has Seven Friends (Emmy Nominated); Prom Queen (Emmy Nominated).
Jessica Manuel (Dr. Mary Higgens)
After working in Antarctica for a year, Jessica studied acting at Australia’s National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA). Following school, she created her one-woman show, THE ANTARCTIC CHRONICLES, which she will be performing at the 2009 NY FRINGE Festival in August. Her most recent films include; HAZELNUT (dir. Jim Hanks), RICKY (dir. Kevin Wagaoner), CHILD INVISIBLE (dir. Bethe Gordon), HUMMINGBIRD (dir. Melody Encheff), and LESSONS IN HUMILITY (dir. Tomas Zinzli). Her latest television credits include CSI:MIAMI (CBS), FLIP TV (pilot NBC) and MONGOOSE AND LUTHER (pilot Disney). You can reach Jessica at email@example.com.
SEAN SCHAFER HENNESSY (Composer)
Film composer and trumpeter Sean Hennessy is one of America's most gifted composer/instrumentalists. Since winning major competitions since his twelfth year, he remains a brilliant protégé of the renowned Wynton Marsalis. Beginning his trumpet studies at age ten, Sean made his concerto debut three years later with the Colorado Symphony. Since that date he has been engaged by symphonies throughout the country to perform. Sean has performed a solo recital at Carnegie Hall, appeared as a guest soloist at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and moved audiences with his appearance on the Public Radio International's show "From the Top". He is currently composing soundtracks for all genres. As a trumpet soloist of deep essence, much of his current music for film contains beautiful heartfelt melodies, light jesting humor in comedy, riveting/anticipating suspense in his dramas, as well as both spirited and touching jazz in his jazz scores. His orchestrations are rich, powerful, and dramatic. Continuing to conduct and perform in his own works, Sean touches his audience both through his film music compositions and his performances, with unique musicality and soul.
Matt Egan (Cinematographer)
Based out of Los Angeles, CA, Matt always strives to create the most dynamic and graphic storytelling imagery. Whether he's shooting on film or pushing the envelope of the newest digital technologies, Matt always delivers projects that exceed expectations. Originally from Texas, Matt moved to Los Angeles to attend USC's school of Cinema and Television where he earned a Masters of Fine Arts degree. Since then he's gone on to shoot many feature films, national commercials, music videos and television shows.
SARAH TROST (COSTUMES)
Beginning at the age of 10, Sarah taught herself how to sew by reading old craft books and by simply using trial and error. Throughout the years, she uses all aspects of her life, including music, locations, people, and Art Nouveau, as the main influences found in her designs. Sarah feels that strong styles or statements should compliment a wearer’s personality and figure type. Currently a costume designer, she has a fashion degree from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM). Sarah appeared on Season 8 as one of the 16 finalists in Project Runway.