We really hope to see you there. Please reserve your tickets as seating is limited (and please make sure to come if you get tickets)! The entirety of the $5 ticket price will be donated to the Anne Frank House.
Excited to be introducing our wonderful and dedicated cast & crew (click on the picture to see their complete bio):
Director, Writer, Editor: Matt has no idea how he got himself into this. He spent his career quietly writing software, then married a talented actress, and somehow finds himself now having made this film. He is very grateful to have had the chance to work with an amazing cast and crew, and for all the support. He hopes everyone enjoys the film and looks forward to continuing to work in the San Diego film community in the future.
Juliette Forster: Caroline Amiguet Sivertson is an American actress (born in Paris, France and raised in Montreux, Switzerland) on both film and stage. She is grateful to have gotten the chance to portray the complex character of Juliette Forster in her husband extraordinaire’s first feature Love All You Have Left. Filming this film has been a growing experience for her. Caroline is thankful to have gotten the chance to work with a dedicated cast and crew on a heartfelt story. Caroline recently guest starred on the CBS show The Bold & The Beautiful; starred in the upcoming series “3 Degrees”; acted in the upcoming short film Poverty of Will, and landed her voice on an animated character called The Big Hungry One. She’ll be performing on stage in the upcoming CAO production in the Fall. She ❤ San Diego, its film & theater community, and its Ocean! More info : http://www.carolineamiguet.com
Anne Frank: Sara Wolfkind is a teen actress native to San Diego, California. Before immersing herself into the film world, she was living out her passion on stage, including playing the role of Anne Frank in “The Diary of Anne Frank” production. Sara is beyond grateful to have been given the opportunity to portray this role – this girl – in a different light. She has gained valuable knowledge and wonderful memories from being a part of this beautiful story. Sara has recently filmed as one of the lead teen students in the character-driven pilot “HR805”. She has also portrayed a teen student in reality, as she is currently a sophomore in high school. Outside of school and pursuing her acting endeavors, Sara enjoys taking martial arts classes, reading, and advocating for animals, the environment, and social standings.
Jeff Forster: Mike Shantz, who portrays Jeff Forster in the film, is thrilled to have participated in Love All You Have Left and feels lucky to have been involved with such a talented group of people. He studied theater and has a BA from the University of California at Irvine. He is also a credentialed teacher and teaches drama to elementary school children. Recent credits include playing the drag queen in We the People, Ted in American Hero, Arnold Weller in The Supporting Cast, and Ray in Lone Star. He would like to thank Matt and Caroline for giving him a chance and creating such a fantastic experience to have worked on with them.
Nazi Soldier: Mike Burnell, who portrays a nazi soldier in the film, has been acting longer than he would like to admit. He started out in theatre but had always been enamored with the mechanics of film making. When technology brought sound to film he found it to be a comfortable fit. He enjoys playing a wide range of roles. Each one offering a unique perspective. Although possessing a face tailor made for horror he enjoys comedy as well.
Sound Recorder: Alexandra Parral is a sound recordist born in San Diego, raised in Tecate, Mexico, living in Los Angeles. She graduated summa cum laude in Television, Film and New Media Production from San Diego State University. Alexandra has dedicated her career to meaningful independent films, documentaries, and interviews. Some of her recent jobs include interviews with Olympic medalists Meb Keflezighi, Willie Banks, NBA star James Worthy and Skateboarding legend Tony Hawk.
Audio Sound & Design: Eric has been living in San Diego the last 15 years. He began working in audio when making crowd sourcing commercials for various websites. He eventually began making films with long time friend and collaborator Ryan Kelly. Love All You Have Left was his first feature length project and he looks forward to continuing to work with new people on a variety of projects.
Composer: Originally from the Gulf Coast, Steve Garbade moved to Boston to attend Berklee College of Music, where he studied Composition/Film Scoring. Steve played cello for the Berklee College of Music String Quartet while in attendance, but Steve is actually comfortable with any instrument that doesn’t require wind. Upon graduation, Steve moved to Los Angeles and began his career composing for numerous theater companies and playhouses. Now his focus is composing for motion picture. Transitioning to film six years ago, Steve has already composed for over twenty productions including web series, short film, and feature film. Telling stories through a series of sounds, not words, is what allows Steve to continue to develop original scores.
Cinematographer: Award-winning director William Wall has just begun to make his unique mark in cinema. Accolades include “Best Director”, “Best Editor” and “Best Sound Design” as well as “Best Film” honors for his debut feature film The Immortal Edward Lumley (2013) and short films Zero (2014) and The Wheeler of Oz (2010) from the LA Fear & Fantasy Film Festival, San Diego Film Awards, California Film Awards, Phoenix Comicon and Louisville Film Festival. Additionally, short film Android 413 (2010), directed and produced by William Wall and production house Metro City Films, was honored by San Diego Comic-Con International in 2011. Bringing stunning and sometimes surreal imagery to his well-crafted stories, he employs filmmaking techniques pioneered decades earlier, but with a singular result that is incredibly modern. More info: http://www.halocinematic.com
Boom Operator: Sarah Owings’ journey in sound began while studying digital arts in college. Moving to San Diego a few years ago she has worked on several short projects such a Right Hand Men, The Reunion, Jordan Hates the Writing, and Safe with Me. Love All You Have Left is her first experience working on a feature length film and is grateful to have worked with such a wonderful cast and crew. Thank you Matt and Caroline for allowing me to be a part of it!
Our Poster Designer: Brian Phillips, the middle child of three boys, was born in Queens, NY. He is a Photographer and Graphic Designer in San Diego, CA. While a lifelong fan and active participant in the world of art, Brian became an artist professionally in 2004. Brian acted as both photographer and designer for the cover art of Love All You Have Left. His diverse portfolio (www.artwurqz.com – under construction) ranges between many genres including clients such as: Jim Beam Global, San Diego State University, Operation Calendar, Plural Publishing, Inc., Respiratory Technology Corporation, Whitfield Athletix, Musicians, Athletes…etc. Of all his projects Operation Calendar was his most fulfilling work. When asked why he said, “Giving just the slightest piece of joy to the men and women who give so much of their lives for our freedom is priceless and an honor.” Outside of the arts, what defines Brian as a man and what he is most passionate about is his incredible family. Brian is a truly blessed, proud father of two beautiful girls (Mia Grace, 5yo & Talia Faith, 1yo) and husband to an amazing woman (Michelle – not giving her age lol). The three of them changed the definition of the word happiness for him. Brian Phillips Graphic Artist | Photographer 619.507.9065 ArtWurqz | Design & Photography http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Producer/Casting: Kimy Wall has been active in the film and theatre community for many years, working as an actor and crew in local plays, commercials and independent films. After graduating from the University of California, San Diego with a BA in Political Science and Anthropology, she went on to start her own event design company, Busy Bride Consulting, and furthered her career in marketing management and event direction for various companies in San Diego. She currently works as the Marketing Director for a public transportation agency. As a Producer at Halo Cinematic, Kimy works behind the scenes to create visually stunning, award-winning films that capture the viewer’s imagination and takes them on a beautiful journey. She enjoys working with old colleagues as well as meeting new faces in the film industry that are pursuing the same quality product as Halo Cinematic.
Casting Assistant: Kristen Fogle is a freelance editor, writer, instructor, tutor, teaching artist, and theatrical performer/director. She earned a masters in Rhetoric and Writing Studies from SDSU, and is a certified teaching artist and restorative yoga instructor. By day she is the Executive Director of San Diego Writers, Ink. Most recently she produced “Into the Woods” at Kit Carson Park and assistant directed “The Effect of Gamma Rays…” at Cygnet Theatre.
Melanie Forster: Kathleen Sheehy was born in San Diego, California in 2010. She started modeling and acting at age six. Since starting her young career, she has been featured in several commercials, including for BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse and H&M. She attends parochial school and enjoys art, gymnastics, jiu jitsu, and creating “home performances” for her family and friends. Coincidentally, like her co-star mother, Caroline Amiguet, she has Swiss roots with her maternal grandmother being from Switzerland. Kathleen is excited to be a part of this film and looks forward to a future on the screen.