Erin R. Dooley
Erin Dooley is an award-winning screenwriter and producer. She has directed two feature films – “Broken & Beautiful” and “Shadows of Death” – and produced over a dozen short ﬁlms. She currently works as a freelance production manager and assistant director as well as screenwriter. Check out Erin’s website, dashentertainmentllc.com, where you can find information about her produced projects, as well as loglines of her available spec scripts.
Mackenzie graduated with honors from Northwestern University, where she studied Film. Mackenzie’s acting, writing, and directing work can be seen on Funny or Die, Buzzfeed and CollegeHumor.
Mackenzie’s films have screened at dozens of film festivals in the U.S. and abroad. In 2014, Mackenzie was a finalist in Funny or Die’s “Make ‘Em Laff” contest for her video, “A Mormon Coachella Survival Guide.” Her direction for “Ann Romney’s I Love You Women Face Cream” garnered a “Best Tube—Length Video” award at the 2013 Best Shorts Festival. (www.mackenziehorras.com)
Anna Mehle is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with a concentration in comedy television writing. She has written/directed web series, short films and sketches, all in various stages of production, or currently airing on a computer screen near you. Anna works as a freelance producer or production manager, and is currently working in sitcom production at CBS. (www.annamehle.com)
Molly Reynolds has written and produced several live and video sketches for UCB and i0 West and Funny or Die. She produces a live comedy show at UCB where she books and performs with the best sketch comedians in Los Angeles. Her TV production credits include the Disney XD cartoon “Randy Cunningham: Ninth Grade Ninja” as well as the upcoming animated feature “Nerdland” featuring the voice talents of Paul Rudd and Patton Oswalt. (mollywoodblvdca.com / @mollywoodblvdca)
Caryn Ruby’s work has been featured on Good Morning America, Let’s Make a Deal, funnynotslutty.com, stupidassquestions.com and absrdcomedy.com. A Second City Conservatory graduate, she wrote and performed on The Midnight Parade, a weekly late night talk show at Second City Chicago’s DeMaat Theatre. Caryn has performed stand up in ten different states and Singapore. Festivals include Snubfest, Chicago Sketchfest, Gilda’s Laugh Fest and Mary Scruggs fest. She used to be a bodybuilder. Check out her videos on YouTube. (youtube.com/carynruby, @carynruby)