Our Assistant Illuminator

Maggie Robinson is a Brooklyn-based Musician, Teaching Artist, Performer and Spirit Animal Consultant.  She is a proud member of Brooklyn's Premier Dolly Parton cover band, Doll Parts, and believes in spreading the gospel of Dolly Parton around NYC and beyond. Some favorite projects include The Golden Veil at The Kitchen & Dollypalooza at Littlefield. She is so excited to work on this upcoming film with Pitch Her!

...Om I chant with 28 women and men
clad in spandex twisting and sweating
and breathing, reaching for something
like fulfillment. If Kali came into the room
she’d stamp out our incense and tear
out our throat chakras to cease
our incessant Oms. Kali with her bloody
scythe and golden trident, Kali
whose body is bathed in ash,
whose wide third eye pierces through
the past and present and future
of us all to reduce us back
to what we really are—
water, salt, water, salt.
— Gloria Muñoz

Our Production Manager

Hillary is a freelance writer and producer based in NYC. Her personal essays have been published both online and in print, most recently in Eating Well magazine, and her trivia questions can be found in select episodes of the hit series Cash Cab. Before turning to writing full-time, Hillary worked as Manager of Development for Lion Television, a production company specializing in creating unscripted content for national cable networks. Hillary majored in History and Literature at Harvard University, which was kind enough to broaden its definition of “literature” to include sitcoms from the 50s and 70s.

Well, all children are sad
but some get over it.
Count your blessings. Better than that,
buy a hat. Buy a coat or pet.
Take up dancing to forget.

Forget what?
Your sadness, your shadow,
whatever it was that was done to you
the day of the lawn party
when you came inside flushed with the sun,
your mouth sulky with sugar,
in your new dress with the ribbon
and the ice-cream smear,
and said to yourself in the bathroom,
I am not the favorite child.
— Margaret Atwood

Our Production Designer

Brittany Agnew was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, and attended Northeastern University in Boston, where she earned her Bachelor's degree in Communications and Cinema Studies.  Currently, Brittany juggles many hats in the production world.  She freelances as a TV producer and has worked on shows such as The Real Housewives of New York and Project Runway.  Pursuing her interest in production design, Brittany has also brought her creativity to various art and wardrobe departments.  In her spare time, you can find Brittany playing kickball or hanging out with her awesomely weird dog, Maybe.

You do not have to be good.
You do not have to walk on your knees
for a hundred miles through the desert repenting.
You only have to let the soft animal of your body
love what it loves.
Tell me about despair, yours, and I will tell you mine.
Meanwhile the world goes on.
Meanwhile the sun and the clear pebbles of the rain
are moving across the landscapes,
over the prairies and the deep trees,
the mountains and the rivers.
Meanwhile the wild geese, high in the clean blue air,
are heading home again.
Whoever you are, no matter how lonely,
the world offers itself to your imagination,
calls to you like the wild geese, harsh and exciting -
over and over announcing your place
in the family of things.
— Mary Oliver

Our Assistant Director

Katie Falter is a director and producer from Gahanna, Ohio. She graduated from Otterbein University with a BA in Theatre. Since moving to NYC, she has dabbled in the worlds of stage management, directing and producing. She is currently an Audience Engagement Associate for Allegiance on Broadway. Katie recently produced and directed The Starter by Sean Murphy at FringeNYC, which played to sold-out houses and earned an encore Fringe Fave performance.  She has also toured the country with Disney's Beauty and the Beast. This is her first film credit.

...I don’t think I actually remember
this day. I don’t think the scene
in my head is real— must instead

be the retelling of the story that
I have memorized and rehearsed—
that my mind has filled in the gaps.

And yet, it would explain why,
twenty-one years later, we
can feel the phantom hurt inside

each other; how our pains align
themselves in symmetry, or in
compliment, like mirror selves.
— Sarah Kay

Our Sound Mixer

Paola Cossermelli Messina is a sound designer and freelance journalist of Arab-Italian descent born in Brazil and based in NYC. She graduated from Sarah Lawrence College in '09 and is currently pursuing her Master's in Sound Studies at The New School. When she isn't working on film projects with friends, she's writing her thesis on Iranian women musicians, rooting for the Boston Celtics, reading comic books and searching for (but never finding) pizza that can top the ones she had in her home country. 

A redwood tree stood
with its lean and lit body
unable to follow the
cars that went by with
a tree is always an immutable
— Etel Adnan

Our Director of Photography


Tine DiLucia was born and raised in Oslo, Norway where she later earned a Bachelor's Degree in Radio and Television Journalism. On a quest to further explore visual storytelling she ended up at Brooklyn College where she got a second degree in Film Production and fell in love with the art and craft of cinematography.

When she's not spending her time shooting in New York or around the world, chances are Tine can be found petting or photographing her beautiful cat, Beverley.

Memory fades, memory adjusts, memory conforms to what we think we remember.
— Joan Didion