The Film

A young woman embarks upon an interdimensional journey to save the world from a fatal form of insomnia.

Written and directed by Thomas D. Rotenberg.

Produced by Martha Frances Williams.

Cinematography by Caitlin Machak.

Original score by Josh Graham.

Starring Aurora Heimbach, Guyviaud Joseph, and Noelle Lake.

The Team

Thomas D. Rotenberg

Thomas D. Rotenberg is a writer, video artist, and curator currently based in Brooklyn, NY. A graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, his written and visual works revolve around memory, time, and technology, and the often symbiotic relationship shared by all three as they inform and distort our perception of the past, present, and future. His short films and video art pieces have shown across the United States and Europe.

Martha Frances Williams

While developing the curated approach that is BAD MoFo Productions, Martha Frances has worked in project management and digital content producing for pharmaceutical companies with Medical Knowledge Group, served as chief of staff for Joana Vicente at The Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP) and The Made in NY Media Center, been the Director of Operations for the 2018-2019 New York International Children’s Film Festival (NYICFF) and is currently the Director of Sponsorship for Filmshop.

Caitlin Machak

Caitlin Machak is a cinematographer originally from Chicago, who studied at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and FAMU Praha. 

Caitlin shot Ask for Jane, starring Cait Cortelyou, Cody Horn (Magic Mike), Alison Wright, (The Americans), Chloe Levine (The OA), Sarah Steele (The Good Fight), and Sarah Ramos (Parenthood), which is now playing in select theaters.

Josh S. Graham

Josh S. Graham (aka IIVII) is an electro-acoustic composer and visual artist. Focusing on dark cinematic atmospheres, he explores elements of electronica, classical, ambient, drone and vaporwave. Touring the world for the last 15 years in a number of bands, Josh is now focusing on music for film and television, recently scoring the behind-scenes-documentary for Darren Aronofsky’s film, Mother!. 

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