Director | Writer | Editor

Anthony Nicolau is an award winning producer and director whose films have screened internationally.  His last film "A Wedding Day" was awarded the the Audience Choice Award in 2013 by the Brooklyn Arts Council.  He is currently writing a feature film and in pre-production on a short form serialized project "Urban Anonymous".

His work can be found at

Director of Photography

Andrew Trost is a cinematographer from St. Louis, Missouri, currently based in New York City.  A frequent collaborator with Anthony, he has shot for award winning films such as The Sound, A Wedding day and works currently in the industry shooting for Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center and for commercial clients such as Canon, Toyota, Lysol and Chelsea Piers.

His work can be found at



Sacha Iskra is a producer and founding member of Coffee Ring Films.  Her first short film, "The Sound," won best short film at New Jersey International Film Festival and best sound design at Visionfest. She recently wrapped production on Schuld, an experiment short shot in Vermont and AVA, a science-fiction short film for competition in Sparrow Film Project. She's currently working on the production company's first feature, to be shot in the Philippines.

Her work can be found at



Jason Quarles is an acclaimed New York City theater and film actor. He has performed in "Hoi Polloi: Republic", a play, commissioned by Duke University, based on Plato's Republic. Most recently he starred in "Sonic Life of a Giant Tortoise" which was a New York Times "Critics Pick" and a Time Out New York "Critic's Pick". His most recent film project was the feature film "Towheads" directed by Shannon Plumb. Towheads played at the acclaimed Rotterdam Film Festival.


Galloway McCullough moved to NYC from Minneapolis in 2003. He is an actor, director and fight choreographer and is a member of SAG/AFTRA and AEA. Notable stage appearances in NYC include "Caligula" starring Andre de Shields at The Classical Theatre of Harlem. He has worked on HBO's "Boardwalk Empire", ABC's "What Would You Do", was beheaded in a film that screened at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival, has had national voice-overs and his face on a billboard.