Mark Webber has appeared in over 40 films as an actor, working with such notable directors as Woody Allen, Todd Solondz, Jim Jarmusch, Thomas Vinteburg, Lars Von Trier and Edgar Wright. He began his acting career in 1998 and was immediately noticed for his roles in Drive Me Crazy and Snowday.
His career extended off screen to theatre when he appeared opposite William H. Macy and Philip Baker Hall in David Mamet's American Buffalo for the Atlantic Theatre Company.
Most recently, Mark had pivotal roles in both Green Room directed by Jeremy Saulnier and Antibirth opposite Natasha Lyonne and Chloe Sevigny which premiered at Sundance this year. He is currently filming an acting role in Gus Van Sant's Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far On Foot opposite Joaquin Phoenix and Jonah Hill.
Cheri Honkala as Cheri
For almost 30 years, Cheri Honkala has been a committed activist and co-founder of multiple poverty-rights organizations. Her experiences as a homeless single mother caring for her son, Director/Actor Mark Webber, served as a lightning rod that ignited a 30-year crusade as an anti-poverty activist. In the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election, Cheri was the Green Party's vice-presidential candidate alongside Dr. Jill Stein. She is Currently running in a special election to be the Pennsylvania State Representative for the 197th State Legislative District.
Madeline Brewer as Maddy
Madeline Brewer is one to watch on both the big and small screen. Next, she stars alongside Elizabeth Moss in Hulu's original series, The Handmaid's Tale based on the best-selling novel by Margaret Atwood.
Additionally, she stars in Hedgehog with Ann Dowd, which will premiere at the 2017 Cinequest Film and VR Festival.
Most recently, Madeline starred in Netflix's critically acclaimed series Black Mirror in an episode titled "Men Against Fire". She made her television debut as "Tricia Miller" in the Netflix original comedy-drama series Orange Is The New Black. She then played Miranda Cates in Eli Roth's Hemlock Grove, also for Netflix. Last year, Madeline starred in Bret Easton Ellis's The Deleted for Fullscreen. She has also guest starred on Grimm and Stalker.
Born and raised in Australia, Teresa is perhaps best known for her leading roles in Warm Bodies and Hacksaw Ridge. Her breakthrough role came with the 2006 film 2:37, an Official Selection at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival. Her most recent work the Berlin Syndrome had it’s world premiere at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.