A state permitting clear perception and understanding; the area that may be seen distinctly or resolved into a clear image.

Art Direction and Costuming by: CERAH TYMOSHUK. Hair and Make-Up by JENNIFER M. KELLY. Sound Mix by BEN ALLISON and JONATHAN MOHS.

Posters by: THEY design. Music by NATHANIEL LEVISAY.  Sound Supervision by TOM HAMBLETON C.A.S..

Cinematography by: THOMAS “T.J.” SCHWINGLE.  Additional Photography By: RYAN THOMPSON.  Co-edited by: MIKE KOLLOEN.

Co-written by: MATTHEW WILKINS. Co-Produced by CHRISTOPHER K. GRAP.


Written, Produced, Directed and Edited by: GREGG HOLTGREWE.

Najarra Townsend

Najarra is an indie film veteran, having major roles in features such as the Cannes and Sundance smash “Me and You and Everyone We Know” with Miranda July. A native of Santa Barbara CA., she discovered her love of theater at the age of 3. With her passion for the arts she remained busy as a member of many musical performance companies and stage productions.

Najarra's distinctive acting style has brought her critical acclaim including 3 Best Actress awards for her work in Stewart Wades headline making teen drama "Tru Loved". She currently has several films in pre-production and post. Najarra hopes to continue to devote her life to these things she loves and that inspire her – writing, theater and filmmaking.

For more info and credits visit Najarra at IMDB.

Jonas Goslow

Jonas Goslow was born in the East Bay of San Francisco where he grew up doing musicals from a very young age. He went to highschool at the School of the Arts in San Francisco, where he learned to love Shakespeare, Commedia, Japanese theater, and giving massages. He moved to Minnesota to go to the Guthrie Theater's B.F.A. actor training program in 2001, and stayed for four years after graduating in 2005. Jonas enjoys almost anything that utilizes his creativity, including but not limited to: playing guitar, writing songs, bodywork, meditation, drawing, designing, programming, reading, swing dancing, hiking, singing, playing computer games, and generally geeking out.

While in Minneapolis, Jonas worked primarily at the Guthrie Theater. There he built an exceptional resume working with world-class artists and teachers. Some of his most treasured roles include the Gentleman Caller in Glass Menagerie, Stephen in Old Wicked Songs, and getting to go on as Hamlet in one of the final performances on the Guthrie's original thrust stage. He is currently pursuing a career in New York City, and looking forward to more exciting adventures there.

Jonas is heavily involved in the local food movement, and co-created a website called Yards to Gardens (, which will hopefully increase the number of gardens in cities throughout America. He is a passionate (though fledgling) gardener with ambitions to become an expert at rooftop gardening.

Jonas' family is full of creativity; his mother, Margaret, is a novelist, his father, Michael, is a painter and musician, his brother, Chris, is a professional pianist and songwriter, and his sister Annemarie is a dula and Waldorf teacher. All four of them live in the Bay Area where Jonas someday hopes to return to live.

For more info and credits visit Jonas at IMDB.

Christine Kellogg-Darrin

Christine recently starred in the 2009 Best Picture winner at the Rhode Island International film Festival, the dramatic thriller "Dawning". She first appeared in the 2005 Viennale/Vienna Film Festival selection "Black Dragon Canyon". Since then, she’s acted in several indy features, including her 2008 European debut in the bi-lingual drama "Montana", directed by award-winning Russian director Aleksandr Atanesyan. She also starred in the multi-award-winning short film "Shattercane", as well as numerous other short films. Christine has appeared on television and in several Los Angeles theatre productions. In addition, Christine has worked with well-known directors Jessie Dylan and Oscar-nominated Steph Green, among others, on commercial campaigns here and abroad for Bayer, Time Warner Communications, Zales, etc. She is a native Angeleno, speaks French, has both American and Swiss citizenship and was an award-winning writer before turning to acting.

For more info and credits visit Christine at IMDB.

David Coral

David is an accomplished stage, film, television and commercial actor, stage director, and voice-over artist, having worked professionally in the industry for 25 years in Chicago, Minneapolis/St. Paul, New York, Madison and Denver.

For more info and credits visit David at IMDB.

Danny Salmen

Born Daniel Jay Salmen on January 8th, 1981 in St. Paul MN, this character actor has earned the reputation of playing dark, offbeat roles. The third of four children, Danny achieved athletic excellence in both football and baseball while in high school. After graduating, he attended Iowa State University where he played football for the 2000 and 2001 bowl champion Cyclones. His athletic career ended with a shoulder injury to his throwing arm.

Shortly thereafter, on the cusp of having earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Finance, Danny drastically shifted his focus and enrolled in the Theatre and Arts program at the University of Minnesota. With an emphasis on Acting and Painting, Danny performed in several plays with the University Mainstage Theatre, along with the Black-Box Experimental Theatre. Upon graduating, he was awarded the John Bitner Performance Award for excellence in Acting.

Danny has moved on to become a mainstay around the Twin Cities theatre scene, most recently working with such notable companies as Four Humors, Ten Thousand Things, and Sandbox Theatre. He has worked on several recent independent feature films including "Dawning," "Holiday Beach," and "13 hours in a Warehouse", which have all garnered him positive attention and will be available for release this year.

For more info and credits visit Danny at IMDB.