Katherine Brooks - Writer/Director/Producer
Emmy Award Winner Katherine Brooks began her career documenting life while living on the streets of Los Angeles as a teenager. Her first short film was screened at the prestigious Directors Guild of America where it caught the attention of a network executive who gave Brooks her first break.
After a decade of directing shows for NBC, ABC, BRAVO and MTV, Katherine returned to her love of cinema, directing the highly acclaimed feature film "Loving Annabelle". She followed with the feature film, "Waking Madison", starring Academy-Nominated Actress Elisabeth Shue and Golden Globe Winner Frances Conroy.
Katherine was one of the youngest members to be inducted into the Directors Guild of America and is the President of the New Orleans based production company, Big Easy Pictures.
Jill Hennessy: Dr. Katherine James
Jill Hennessy will next be seen in Showtime's newest drama "City on a Hill" with Kevin Bacon, executive produced by Matt Damon and Ben Affleck. Jill starred in the special event series "Shots Fired" on FOX and was the lead in the Mike Clattenburg comedy "Crawford" on CBC. She was a guest star in the pilot of "Yellowstone" with Kevin Costner for the Paramount Network. Jill was a recurring character on the CBS drama "Madam Secretary" and was featured in several episodes of the CBS drama "The Good Wife". Jill was also a regular on the HBO series "Luck", which starred Dustin Hoffman, as well as the international series "Jo" shot in Paris opposite Jean Reno. She is best known for her starring roles on NBC's "Law & Order" and "Crossing Jordan" (the #1 new drama). Jill was nominated for a People's Choice Award for her work in "Crossing Jordan" and won a Golden Satellite Award for her work in TNT's "Nuremberg" with Brian Cox and Alec Baldwin. Jill will be featured in the upcoming Lionsgate film "Crypto" starring Luke Hemsworth and Kurt Russel as well as "Standing Up, Falling Down" with Billy Crystal. Jill's other film credits include, "Lymelife" with Alec Baldwin, "Roadie" with Bobby Cannavale and Ron Eldard , "Small Town Murder Songs" with Peter Stormare, "Chutney Popcorn" by Nisha Ganatra, "The Paper" by Ron Howard with Robert Duval, "Wild Hogs" with John Travolta and Tim Allen, "I Shot Andy Warhol" by Mary Herron with Lili Taylor and "Exit Wounds" with Steven Segal.
Kate Gray: Evan White
Kate Gray is known for her work on "Fifty Shades of Grey", "Green Room" and "The Librarians," as well as her commercial work. She is a respected member of the Screen Actors Guild, AFTRA as well as an accomplished stunt performer. Kate's bold choices on screen reveal her mastery of improvisational skills making her work fresh and organic, putting her committed nature on display.
Kate spent six weeks prior to shooting "Lost In Time" in New Orleans preparing and working with Katherine for the role of Evan White.
Director of Photography: Dan Kneece
Dan Kneece began filming motion pictures at the age of 13 when his Mother bought him a Super 8 camera. While finishing his Master's in Media Arts at the University of South Carolina, Dan began his professional career shooting news at WIS-TV in Columbia, SC. Soon thereafter he was taught Steadicam by inventor Garrett Brown which lead to a 28 year career as a Steadicam Operator and an ongoing professional relationship with Director David Lynch on films such as "Blue Velvet", "Wild at Heart", "Twin Peaks", "Lost Highway" and "Mulholland Drive".
Dan's skills evolved into expertise as an “A” Camera Operator on major film, television, commercial and music video productions including "Jackie Brown" and "Death Proof" for Quentin Tarantino and "Phone Booth" and "The Number 23" for Joel Schumacher.
Music Supervisor: Charlie Midnight
Charlie Midnight has produced and written songs for more than 30 films including "Rocky IV", "The Bodyguard", "Bull Durham", "Lizzie McGuire" and "Ruthless People", as well as for such notable and varied artists as Cher, Billy Joel, Joni Mitchell, Seal, Barbra Streisand, Andreas Bocelli, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, James Brown, Hilary Duff and Paul Young.
He has been nominated for the 1987 Grammy Award for Best R&B Song (Writer, "Living in America" by James Brown), two Golden Globes, and has been a producer and/or writer on several Grammy-winning albums and is a writer on the Barbra Streisand Grammy-Nominated, Platinum-Selling "Partners" album having co-written the Streisand/Bocelli duet, "I Still Can See Your Face."