Cast and Crew



Nina Kaczorowski

Polish-American actress Nina Kaczorowski (pronounced catch-a-row-ski) has successfully combined her classic European looks with her spit-fire personality to land roles in blockbusters such as AUSTIN POWERS: GOLDMEMBER, MINORITY REPORT and A SIMPLE PLAN. She has also graced the covers and pages of the world’s most prominent men’s lifestyle magazines, most recently the September issue of MAXIM and the cover of Men’s EDGE. In addition, she has appeared in high profile films such as ONCE UPON A TIME IN AMERICA, TOMCATS and Michael Bay’s TRANSFORMERS. Recently, Kaczorowski starred in three independent features. In TWO TICKETS TO PARADISE, she played a supporting role as the love interest of leading man and director of the film, DB Sweeney. IN MONTAUK, directed by Kim Cummings, Kaczorowski played the starring role of Julie Wagner. And in INSTANT DADS, she played the lead of Nancy Steven.

Born in Denmark, Lukas Hassel graduated in acting from the Samuel Beckett Theater School, Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland and now resides in New York. He has worked in many theater productions including: A Midsummer Nights Dream directed by Joe Dowling, Mysteries 2000 directed by Michael Scott, Dracula directed by Gerard Stembridge, Othello directed by Emelie Fitzgibbon, Private Lives directed by Michael Breen, A Woman of No Importance directed by Nigel Warrington, Orfeo Ed Eurydice directed by Michael McCaffrey, The Ritz on Broadway under Joe Montello and many more. For TV and Film, Hassel was one of ten actors on the reality show Soapstar, on SoapNet/ABC and recently played a lead role in Denmark’s top rated show Anna Pihl. Among other projects, he also worked with an icon, Michael York, in Peter Sheridan’s film, Borstal Boy, was a supporting lead in the Sundance winning short, Man About Town and has appeared in Law & Order, CI on NBC as well the ill fated The Beautiful Life, TBL on CW. Most recently, Hassel played Christian in the independent feature film, In Montauk, directed by Kim Cummings.



George Katt was born in Astoria, Queens, New York. He is the winner of the “Best Breakthrough Actor Award” at the NY International Independent Film Festival for his starring role in the independent feature film “Valley of Angels” opposite Danny Trejo. George began his career on the NYC stages and has been working consistently ever since in theatre, television and film. He has guest-starred and recurred on numerous television shows for the likes of such networks as CBS, WB, ABC, Comedy Central, A&E, & Showtime. His versatility has proven much success in the independent film world. His most recent starring film credits include “Waiting for the Blackout” (Winner of the 2010 Warner Bros. Film Award), “In the Gray” opposite Lee Arenberg and Chad Lindberg, “Momma Would Be Proud” (Official Selection at Derby City Film Festival 2010) and has several forthcoming starring role attachments in features.




Kim Cummings


Kim Cummings is the writer/director of WEEKI WACHEE GIRLS, a 20-minute short, which played in over seventy festivals around the world. It picked up three “best of” awards and was a finalist at Taos in 2000. It aired on San Francisco’s PBS station and NY Metro Channels and was distributed by Atomfilms. Previous writing credits include a one-act play, LUNCH AT TOM’S HAM & EGGERY, which was a finalist at New York’s Strawberry One-Act Festival in 2004. Her last film, a 5-minute experimental piece, FLOWER OF A GIRL played in festivals throughout the Northeast. IN MONTAUK is her first feature.



Jeremiah Kipp


Jeremiah Kipp’s producing credits include feature films THE JONESTOWN DEFENSE (Nigrita Films); GOD’S LAND (Vindaloo Philm Wallah); THE CUTS (Standing Eight Films); PSYCHO STREET (Muscle Wolf); SATAN HATES YOU (Glass Eye Pix); GHOSTS OF PARISER PLATZ (Michael Blackwood); short films BED-THING (Pulitzer Prize winner Matt Zoller Seitz) and others. With Zenon Productions, Jeremiah is co-producing a documentary about the making of Andrzej Zulawski's cult classic POSSESSION starring Sam Neill and Isabelle Adjani. Kipp also directed THE CHRISTMAS PARTY (over 50 fests including Cannes & Clermont-Ferrand) and other shorts. He is a graduate of the NYU film program with honors.



Brian Dilg

Director of Photography

Brian Dilg has served as cinematographer, editor, director, actor and composer on over 100 film, television and theater productions since 1995. He is also an internationally published and collected photographer. His short film LEAVING ASHLAND was featured in the 2007 Los Angeles Short Film Festival. His second feature film, UPPER PENNINSULA, is slated for production in 2012 . Brian is a graduate of New York University’s graduate film program, where he was a full scholarship recipient.



Eleanor Burke


Eleanor Burke is a New York-based filmmaker and film editor. Following her undergraduate degree at Cambridge University, Eleanor attended NYU’s grad film program where she received a fellowship award for excellence from director Ang Lee. Eleanor has served as editor on a wide range of narrative and documentary films. Her recent projects include the documentary I Was Raped for feminist writer and filmmaker Jennifer Baumgardner and the independent feature film Stranger Things, which she also co-directed. Stranger Things won both the Grand Jury Prize at the 2010 Woodstock Film Festival and the Grand Jury Prize at the 2011 Slamdance Film Festival. Eleanor was recently recognized by Filmmaker Magazine as one of their 25 New Faces of Independent Film.



Charlie Schmid


Charlie Schmid is a classical/ afro-cuban percussionist/composer and producer based in New York City. He graduated with honors from The Aaron Copland School of Music in 2007 with a degree in classical/new music and afro-cuban percussion performance. He was the recipient of the Brooklyn International Film Festival’s Best Original Film Score (2007) for Body/Antibody. Charlie has worked extensively with several projects in the realms of composing and playing drums/percussion, some of which include the New York Circus Arts Academy which debuted his original score Takura in March of 2008, three piece rock band The Diggs, and gothic metal artists Vaura. In addition Charlie is the drummer for gothic rock outfit and national recording artists 'Religious to Damn' who recently released their debut album 'Glass Prayer'.