BRANDON POLANCO (Director/Producer)
Brandon is the co-owner of the production company; 3 of a Kind Productions, LLC., based in New York City. His film, VICKY & JONNY, was selected to be a part of the Cannes Short Film Corner and his most recognized work, WRITER'S BLOCK, stars Bryan Cranston from AMC's Breaking Bad. The short film received praise from Buzzfeed, IndieWire, USA Today, Huffington Post, The Washington Post, Perez Hilton, and many more publications. He has also created a wide variety of music videos, commercials, and documentary content for his company. Currently he will be venturing to Austin, Texas to create his feature film, DYLAN REY.
ALCHEMY (2015) - Director, Producer
VICKY & JONNY (2014) - Director, Writer
PRIDE: THE SERIES (2014) - Director, Writer, Executive Producer, Lead Actor
WRITER'S BLOCK (2013) - Director, Writer, Producer
PASSING BY (2012) - Director, Writer, Producer, Actor
SNAPSHOT (2011) - Director, Writer, Producer
IAN KEVIN SCOTT (Writer/Executive Producer/Actor)
Ian, originally from Austin, Texas, is currently based in New York City.
He previously produced, directed, designed and performed regionally in
theatrical productions around the United States. ALCHEMY is his first film
to write as well as produce. Ian is currently working on a new feature film
as well as some new projects with Brandon Polanco.
ALCHEMY (2015) - Actor, Writer, Executive Producer
THAT REMINDS ME (2015) - Actor
AN INTIMACY (2013) - Actor
OPENING NIGHT (2013) - Actor
ANGELA PIETROPINTO (Actor)
Angela Pietropinto has enjoyed a long career in both theater and film and can presently be seen as Anne Wasicsko opposite Oscar Isaac in the HBO mini-series SHOW ME A HERO. She was a founding member of The Manhattan Project Theater Company under the direction of Andre Gregory and played the title role in their Obie-winning production of ALICE IN WONDERLAND. During its eight-year existence, the company toured four continents and was the recipient of two Drama Desk awards and an Obie Award. In 1980, Angela made her Broadway debut opposite Derek Jacobi in THE SUICIDE and returned to Broadway for EASTERN STANDARD, TARTUFFE, BORN AGAIN and THE RITZ. She has appeared off-Broadway at the Public Theater, The Manhattan Theater Club, Playwrights Horizons, Theater Four, Lincoln Center Director's Lab, Minetta Lane Theater, The Cherry Lane Theater, Ensemble Studio Theater and LaMama. Regionally, Ms. Pietropinto has acted at The McCarter and George Street Playhouse in New Jersey, The White Barn and The O'Neill Playwrights Conference in Connecticut and the Wilma in Philadelphia.
On Film, Ms. Pietropinto portrayed "Marj Weiner" in Todd Solondz's WELCOME TO THE DOLLHOUSE which won the 1995 Sundance Grand Jury Prize. Other film credits include SHAFT opposite Samuel L. Jackson (director: John Singleton), NOBODY'S FOOL opposite Paul Newman (dir: Robert Benton), GOODFELLAS opposite Paul Sorvino (dir: Martin Scorsese) SO FINE opposite Jack Warden (dir: Andrew Bergman), WITHOUT A TRACE (dir: Stanley Jaffee), RUNNING ON EMPTY (dir: Sidney Lumet), HEARTBURN opposite Jack Nicholson (dir: Mike Nichols), IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU and HONEYMOON IN VEGAS opposite Sarah Jessica Parker (dir: Andrew Bergman), STAY (dir: Marc Forster), LOOKING FOR KITTY (dir: Ed Burns), GREETING FROM THE SHORE (dir: Greg Chwerchak) and L.I.E (dir: Michael Cuesta). On the little screen, she has played an assortment of moms, doctors, lawyers, secretaries and nuns on LAW & ORDER, THE THIRD WATCH, CRIMINAL INTENT, SVU, LATELINE, MAD ABOUT YOU, THE COSBY SHOW, DAVE CHAPPELLE, NY UNDERCOVER, THE JURY, RESCUE ME, THE SOPRANOS, NURSE JACKIE, UNFORGETTABLE and BLUE BLOODS. Ms. Pietropinto has taught acting at Yale Drama School, The Michael Howard Studios and has been on the faculty of NYU Tisch School of the Arts for over 15 years. She is presently the Director of the NYU Open Arts Acting Studio.