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Sarah Lasley is an award-winning filmmaker from Louisville, Kentucky and an Assistant Professor of Film at Cal Poly Humboldt. Her no-crew, no-budget experimental films critique our current moment with absurdist humor. She has screened internationally at festivals, museums, galleries, and universities such as the Cucalorus Film Festival, Cairo Video Festival, 25 FPS Film Festival, Nitehawk Cinemas, Katonah Museum of Art, and the Wrong Bienniale. She holds an MFA from Yale School of Art and a BFA from University of Louisville and was a resident at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2004.



Moni/Blair and Co-Writer

Brenna Palughi is an actor, director, and choreographer based in Brooklyn.  Her recent theatre credits include “A Time To Kill” on Broadway, “Scared of Sarah” (La Mama),  “The Veterans Project: Homecoming” (IMPACT Theatre), “Small Mouth Sounds” (Tour), and World Builders (CATF). She had a recurring role on Showtime’s “The First Lady” and HBO’s “High Maintenance” and recently starred in the short film “Hannahs”.  She is Artistic Director of the physical theater company Virago, a Teaching Artist at HB Studios, and a proud company member of The Actor's Center in NYC, SAG-AFTRA, Actor's Equity. She received her MFA from Yale School of Drama.



Post-Production Sound Mix

Branden Wright Brown is a sound mixer and boom operator from Pismo Beach, California. His credits include horror films "The Undistilled", "Behold and Hear" and the documentaries "Still, We Live On", "Abalone Eyes", and "Climate Control", Sarah Lasley's upcoming short. He received his BA from Cal Poly Humboldt's Film program in 2023. 

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