A Syrian refugee adapts to life in an unfamiliar country after her husband’s immigration visa is unexpectedly rejected.
Diana Rose has made a successful and exciting transition from the theater stage to the independent film scene. After playing notable and classic roles such as Stella Kowalski, Juliet Capulet and Katharina Minola, she has continued to play lead roles in the world of film. The Ingénue, the scientist, the femme fatale, the quirky schoolgirl, the exotic girl next door or the fierce corporate boss, Diana Rose, is adept at playing a variety of characters. She strives for truth and depth in her acting. Diana can be seen in the upcoming SAG feature films Six Pack Sam and Kopy Kings. Diana has also produced short films, features films and industrial videos and values providing opportunities to her fellow actors and giving back to her community, both locally and globally.
Wanetah Walmsley is an actress, singer, and dancer, with a Bachelor of Arts in Theater/Dance. She has appeared in several film and television productions such as Pitch Perfect and True Detective. For a full list of credits and more information, check her out at http://www.imdb.me/wanetah
Adam developed an early passion for acting when he was cast as a carrot in a kindergarten play. After graduating from Louisiana State University, he decided to further pursue his passion for acting and has appeared in multiple shorts, features, and commercials. Adam is best known for his lead role in the narrative feature “Funemployment.” His upcoming film, “Nola Circus” will be premiering at Cannes Film Festival.
Darrell Mitchell returned from a 3 year tour in the middle east as a contract worker supporting the U.S. Military in both Iraq and Afghanistan in 2012 to pursue his dream of acting in television and film. His most notable films include the SAG projects – Kopy Kings and Six Pack Sam. He has also appeared in the web-series, Writers’ Room, various other shorts and features, and commercial gigs for Dell, HEB, Hostess, and Samsung. Darrell has also produced both feature films and shorts as a co-owner of his company – 7 Power X Productions LLC.
Mary Thoma has played many emotionally rich, complex and challenging characters both on stage and on set.
Her on screen portrayals are known for her signature qualities of strength, tenacity, and heart. Thoma earned a solid reputation in stage productions before transitioning to film and television. On screen, she is most commonly recognized as Morgan Freeman’s White House Aide in Olympus Has Fallen, the zany, dog lover in Finding Normal, and the grieving mom in Blind Turn. In 2015, she and her two partners launched an all female production company, Four Women Films. Their first award winning short film is entitled Dandelion.