Ritchie Steven Filippi (director) is an up and coming filmmaker who has accrued a great amount of experience in a decade. He has directed 25 short films, and has worked in a myriad of positions on both studio and independent features, television series, shorts, and music videos. On set, Ritchie worked with and learned from acclaimed directors such as Steven Spielberg (Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull) and David Fincher (Zodiac). He has also worked on such high profile films as Where the Wild Things Are, Live Free or Die Hard, and Iron Man, along with hit television series such as "CSI" and "Without a Trace." More recently, Ritchie production managed the horror feature LA Slasher with Misha Barton and Eric Roberts, and the Mafia comedy The Last Godfather with Harvey Keitel.

Evan Bass Zeisel (writer/producer) acts, writes, and produces; acting and improv-trained at the WARD Acting Studio, the Upright Citizens Brigade, and the Magnet Theater in New York City, educated at Columbia University, and trained to produce through the hard knocks of self producing guerilla-styled short to feature film productions. The Eve marks Evan’s feature film producing debut. As an actor, he is best known for his role as Rod in the hit Web series “We Need Girlfriends,” produced by fellow producer Angel Acevedo. He has done a myriad of theatre and film projects, recently filming the independent TV pilot “Today’s Special” under director Brendan Walsh, the Web series “Buddy CoPs” under director Jamund Washington, and currently works with Miranda Noelle Wilson as actor, writer, and consultant on the “Life is a Stage: The Scripted IMPROV Project.” He performs regularly with his NYC-based improv team, Ghost Fight improv. He currently has a number of completed feature film scripts, is amidst finishing his first musical, and has a number of Web series projects underway.

Angel Acevedo (producer) is an independent producer with over 30 projects to his name. Over the years, Angel has had numerous awarding-winning films play at festivals. He was also a producer on the cult web series "We Need Girlfriends" which garnered a huge YouTube following and was developed as a half-hour sitcom at CBS with Sony Television Studios and Darren Star ("Sex and the City") executive producing. His most recent producing efforts include Girl Clown, which won Best Narrative Short at the at the Williamsburg Independent Film Festival, and a book trailer for the young adult Mindjack trilogy.

Brian C. Harnick (cinematographer) currently works as a Cinematographer on feature and short films, television shows and commercials. It was at age 11 in his hometown of Lancaster, PA that he became enthralled with his parent’s camcorder. Drawn in by video editing and its possibilities, he enrolled in video classes in High School, which led to some of his first professional work on various local news shows as a camera operator. He attended Hofstra University on a full tuition scholarship and worked on more than 20 student films while interning at Miramax and Raw Films in NYC.
After graduating in 2005 with a B.A. in Film Production and Studies and a minor in Fine Arts, Brian spent his early years in the business as a production assistant, camera assistant, gaffer and lighting director learning the ropes, with the ultimate goal of becoming a Cinematographer. When not shooting, most of his time is spent trying to build creative relationships and find new and interesting material to shoot.

Ken Hampton (score composer) is a dedicated music professional with over ten years in the music industry. His vast experience includes Music Supervising, Composing for film and television, soundtracks, live stage plays, commercials and video games. He is the Founder and CEO of C.M.G. (Composers Media Group) LLC, a group of seven very diversely talented composers. Ken has composed for forty-six films including, ”Alligator X” on Warner Bros. and “Jules Verne’s Mysterious Island” a K2 Pictures remake.

Siobhan Magnus (song), a finalist in the ninth season ofAmerican Idol, hails from Barnstable, MA [Cape Cod] and lends her beautiful voice to a chilling piece that helps shape The Eve's soundtrack and add to the dark and eerie texture of the film. 
Harmonized vocal Auld Lang Syne 
Single vocal hauntingly beautiful version

Plushgun (song): The pumping synth lines are a perfect foil to Daniel Ingala’s sensitive wordsmith tendencies that work to create addictive indie-pop with a bittersweet edge. Plushgun’s songs are nostalgic, poppy, danceable, and surprisingly deep. Whether they are about chasing dying romances, high-school anxiety, or angst-riddled anthem’s for the “__________” generation, Plushgun tackles these themes and makes them unapologetically fun. 
Synth-dance-pop Auld Lang Syne