Christian de Rezendes
Co-Director, Co-Producer, Camera, Editor
Chris O'Neill / Co-Director, Co-Producer, Camera
Chris O'Neill is a Boston-based filmmaker, theater director, educator, screenwriter/playwright, videographer/editor and graphic/web designer. He holds a BA in the Humanities from Providence College, an MA in Theatre Education from Emerson College, and an MFA from CUNY-Brooklyn College in Directing.
He has directed dozens of stage plays throughout the Northeast since beginning his career in 1999 and is one of the founders of Rhode Island Stage Ensemble (RISE) and Encore Repertory. Recent credits include They Walk Among Us (World Premiere), Joseph... Dreamcoat, A Christmas Carol, his original adaptation of Miracle on 34th Street, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Why the Lord Come to Sand Mountain, The Mystery Plays and the Off-Off Broadway premiere of the original short musical, The People Could Fly. He also Assistant Directed the World Premiere of the musical Honor for Prospect Theater Company and the New York premiere of his brother's play They Walk Among Us.
His feature films (created under his production label, Nicky's Counting Productions) include They Walk Among Us and the documentary 41 (co-directed with Christian de Rezendes). Shorts and videos include Sweet Ride, Beyond the Fiddle and World Wide Web. He is currently in pre-pre-production for his next feature, All Souls.
Kevin O'Neill / Additional Camera
Kevin O'Neill has been teaching Commercials, Scene Study and Monologues at Lisa Maile for over ten years. Prior to that he lived in Los Angeles for eight years where he worked in over 25 National commercials including, Century 21, Shower to Shower, Nabisco, Ford Ranger, Miller Light Beer, Compaq Computers, Jiffy Lube, Bacardi Mixers, AT&T, Titleist and Boston Market. He was also cast in roles in such shows as NBC's Hardball, USA's After the Shock, The Cape, Seaquest and Safe Harbor as well as roles in Independent films Nine Minutes, Butterfly Dreams, Saudade, Enid, Figment and Exposure.
Kevin has worked on stage with the likes of Vic Tayback and Charles Nelson Reilly. Since moving back to Florida he has worked on over a dozen national commercials including a recent big campaign for Grecian Five. He won "Best Actor in a Feature Film" from the FMPTA for his portrayal of Chris Reynolds in the film The Last Game as well as a "Crystal Reel Award" for his portrayal of Captain Coleman in the film Course of Action. He has guest-starred on the television series Sheena playing his first "Bad guy" role, Vinson. Most recent film work includes Dead by Friday, Second Coming, Delivery, The Price and TV Pilot Wingmen.