Cast & Crew


Mandahla Rose

as Sasha Austin

Australian actress Mandahla Rose, best known for her leading role in the festival favorite lesbian feature film “All About E” has signed on to play Sasha Austin the Los Angeles live event lighting tech working her way up in the male dominated entertainment industry.

Rose has appeared in many works including award winning short film by Aaron Schuppan “Pale Blue Dot,” web favorite series “Wastelander Panda,” music videos for several popular Australian bands including the “Inward Voyager” video by the Valkyries, and feature films including the cult favorite “Wolf Creek 2” and “Oranges and Sunshine.”

After finishing the pilot episode of our series we are incredibly excited for her to continue the role.


Marie-Pier Gibeault

as Elisabeth Anelare

Marie-Pier Gibeault, an incredible talent from Montreal, has signed on to play Elisabeth Anelare a Corsican concert pianist who has worked from childhood to get to a high level of success in her industry as a consistently touring and sought after French concert pianist.

Apart from her work in television and film alike, she boasts credits as a stunt performer which we took advantage of in the first episode of the series where the two women stumble over dress racks and each other.

From the first audition we knew Marie was our Elisabeth.


Christie Conochalla


Christie Conochalla is an entertainment professional in Los Angeles, CA. She has a passion for telling lesbian stories with the flare of old films. It is her goal to create lesbian stories which relate to everyone despite their sexual orientation.

With her first short “Home” she set out to create a silent film where every frame looked like a photograph to tell the love story between two women in the 40s.

After “Home” she teamed up with Carpe Vinum Productions for the first time and found full funding for her Katherine Hepburn-esque screwball comedy “Once Upon A Zipper” starring Kate-Gorney Miller & Jillian Leigh, which poked fun at the lesbian romantic comedy genre we all know and love. It went on to be the closing short at the Let’s All Be Free Film Festival in London, England.


Alicia Robbins

Director of Photography

Alicia Robbins, SOC, is a union camera operator and freelance DP. She graduated with a MFA in cinematography from AFI in 2003. Since then, she has shot and operated on several award winning features, commercials, documentaries, and music videos. She is also involved with 3D filmmaking working as a rig tech and engineer for films such as Step Up Revolution and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.

Over the past 10 years, Alicia has strived to be a well rounded camera person working in the scripted world as well as developing solid skills in the impro-style filmmaking that has flood the entertainment industry. She has found that the combination of these skills help her work on any type of show and continue to keep her on her toes with technology and creative style.

Alicia loves a unique story and brings them to life through the collaborative effort of her crew. Organized, technically proficient, and creative, she will bring the overall vision to the screen with ease and a quirky sense of humor.

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