Brett Alan Bentman is a screenwriter, actor, producer and director originally from New Jersey. His love of independent film brought him here to Texas where he founded his own production company, Circus Wheel Productions. Brett has won several screenplay awards, including top honors at the 2013 Cedar Rapids Independent Film Festival (Jagerbar). Brett has also begun composing music for his films including “The Calm Before” and “Darker by the Minute.” Production on his short film “ASH” begins in April and the feature film of the same name is in development.
Mollie graduated from SMU with an MFA in Acting. After 5 years acting and producing in Los Angeles, Mollie returned to Texas in 2005 to work for Boxcar Creative as a producer
and content creator and became a partner 2 years later. Among her acting credits, Mollie had guest starring television roles on Strong Medicine and Cold Case/New Evidence. Her notable feature film roles include the lead in The Gray Man, starring as Liv Tyler’s sister in Super, and the cult classic remake of I Spit on Your Grave. She also co-produced The Sector. For Boxcar Creative, Mollie has led the sales team averaging over $1.5 million in production of both web and video content. In 2008 Mollie wrote and directed Different Abilities: Not Like the Others – the film is a window into the lives of special needs children and their families. Different Abilities has foreign distribution. Mollie also produces, writes and acts in the web series S.O.B. Three seasons later, the core team of writers continues to produce award winning web content.
Firmly established in the North Texas film industry, Susana Gibb graduated from the University of North Texas with a major in Theater and a minor in English. With a wide array of feature films, 200 plus commercials and music video credits, Susana has most notably appeared in Dr. T and the Women for director Robert Altman, played Chris Kattan’s wife in Crazy Enough, acted opposite GianCarlo Esposito in A Killer Within, co-starred in the Discovery Channel show Super Tornado and co-starred in the Lifetime Original Series Inspector Mom with Danica McKellar. She was nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Award by the AOF Film Festival for her portrayal of a pregnant, trophy wife in The Other Side of Paradise, and garnered another Best Supporting Nomination from LA Web Series Festival as a self–centered, not so nice reporter in
Sons of the Brotherhood. Susana produced By the Devil’s Hand (distributed by Artist Direct), produced and appeared in the short film Angela’s Body, an Academy Award Semi-Finalist. She also wrote, directed and acted in the web series Sons of the Brotherhood, and is an Associate Producer for the soon to be released Nightmare Box. She was Post Production Supervisor for Suburbanite, currently being marketed for distribution. She wrote and produced the short film Romeo, Juliet and the Shark, and it has played in numerous festivals and was in the Best of the Fest at the Tyler Film Festival.
As Principal/Co-Owner of Boxcar Creative, Brian manages the agency’s technology, design and production teams. Brian began his career in 1996 at a small Tulsa agency called Brothers and Company. His talent for video production and passion for technology sparked an interest in the world of content production. He led several teams in the development of major projects including the first generation site for Fandango.com. In 2001, he started Boxcar with a laptop in
his basement. His vision was to create a shop with strong technical solutions leveraging great design and video production. Since then, his work has achieved numerous industry
awards that include several W3’s, Tellys and Addys. Brian is an active member of both the International Academy of Web Television and the International Academy of the Visual Arts. Being passionate about the instruction of the next generation of digital artists, he also enjoys his role as a board member of the Oklahoma State University IT Department of Visual Communications.
Emily began collaborating with her now partners at Table 31 Productions in 2009 on the web series Sons of the Brotherhood for which she helped concept, write, act and produce. She currently spends her days combining her passions for science and humanities writing about the latest brain research studies as a member of the PR team at the Center for BrainHealth at The University of Texas at Dallas where she also helps produce video content. Before marrying and having two children, Emily wore many hats as a non-profit youth arts administrator and worked for more than a decade as an actress represented by The Campbell Agency. During that time, she acted in numerous independent film projects, commercials, industrials, web and theater projects. Emily graduated magna cum laude from The University of Texas at Dallas with a B.A. in Arts and Performance.