The Team

Sara Elizabeth Timmins - Producer
Sara graduated Summa Cum Laude from Xavier University whee she earned a degree in
Enjoy the Arts, (a not for profit arts organization) she is credited with nearly tripling their membership in a mere 2 years. It was there that Sara conceived of and produced for Enjoy the Arts her first television commercial, starring Blessid Union of Souls. Sara left her job to Line Produce the feature film Tattered Angel with Lynda Carter (Wonder Woman) which is currently in the film festival circuit and winning numerous Best Film Awards. She also worked as Production Manager/Location Manger on the ABC TV movie Skin Complex (with Wolfgang Bodison of A Few Good Men) as well as several TV commercials. Five years ago, Sara moved to L.A. and within days of relocating, Sara was hired as Production Manager on the Feature film, Saved by the Rules and so proved her abilities she was quickly promoted to Producer. For years she produced independently on several feature and short films (including Age Inappropriate, Saved by the Rules, Survival of the Fittest, etc.). Since, Sara has produced 3 music videos for artist Rick Cortes, 2 trailers for an independent company’s Film Trilogy and produced Rosabella an original Ballet for film for the John E. Profant Foundation for the Arts. In May of 2008, she completed the short film Stockholm and is now 100% focused on what is to be her first feature film from Conception through Production. Producing, she has worked with actors from shows such as Soprano’s, All my Children, Resevoir Dogs, Domestic Disturbance, Desperate Housewives, etc. As an actress, Sara Elizabeth is a member of SAG and has done over 20 theatre productions and is a member of Killer Entertainment (interactive Murder Mystery Company). She has had Lead Roles in 7 independent films, most recently Stockholm,Within: the Terror Resides, Age Inappropriate, and also worked alongside Anne Hathaway in Princess Diaries II. She has also worked on several movie/T.V sets including Collateral, West Wing and Cold Case.
Michael J. McKayDirector/Associate Producer
Michael is the writer and director of Stockholm, a feature comprised of eight short films. He began acting at the age of five. His credits range from leading roles on stage in Romeo and Juliet, Metamorphosis, and Sweeney Todd — to voiceover work in German, Russian and English, to clowning as Bonkers, on Days of Our Lives. He guest-starred on JAG with Catherine Bell and David James Elliott as a Russian Submarine Officer; and as a Russian spy on Alias with Jennifer Garner. He guest-starred as a criminal on Nickelodeon’s Drake and Josh.He has appeared over 100 times as a member of the Port Charles Police Force, on General Hospital and Port Charles. A lover and student of languages, Mike earned a degree in English from the University of Notre Dame, speaks fluent German and Russian, some Spanish, French, and Arabic, and currently studies dialects in a Master Class with Robert Easton. As owner and head writer for Killer Entertainment, he has written or co-written 15 plays, each of which he has directed and produced to rave reviews, and customized countless events.As a U.S. Army Cavalry Officer stationed in Germany, he was responsible for $250 million of equipment. He has scheduled and budgeted independent films, ranging from Micro-Budget to multi-million dollar projects. He is Past President of the Fullerton Kiwanis Club, Lieutenant Governor for Kiwanis Division 30, Immed. Past President of the Anaheim Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau (AOCVCB) Breakfast Club, and a father of three. In addition to founding Killer Entertainment, he is a founding member of Film Corps, an independent film company, and Stockholm Productions.
Matthew Boyd - Director of Photography
Matthew is a Connecticut-born D.P. credited with over ten feature films as well as thirty short

films, and a multitude of commercials & music videos. A majority of those works have won numerous awards and played in festivals world-wide. Boyd graduated from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco in 2002 (3.7 GPA). Two months after graduation, he was selected to shoot his first feature, Robbery 101 for Rafael Cabrera in Miami. For years he worked as 1st AC, grip, gaffer and camera operator between his own projects under such Cinematographers as Hiro Narita, ASC, and Rodney Taylor, ASC. In 2006, Boyd lensed the 35mm feature Rockin’ Meera (Parampal Gill), a comedic action/adventure shot on location in Delhi and Rajasthan, India. He returned to India the following year to shoot well-known Bollywood director, N. Chandra’s super-35mm featureBreaking News, now entitled Yeh Mera India on location in Mumbai. Shortly after returning to the states he shot the fairytale/horror feature Spike (Robert Beaucage) which will premiere at the Edinburgh film festival in the summer of 2008. In 2008, Boyd is scheduled to shoot Beautiful Something (Joseph Graham), Love Song(Lucy Watson), Gun, Head, Choice (Vahram Hakobyan), Covet (Ben Gilbert) and the Edgar Allan Poe adaptation Astra (Jamie Caufield). More recently, Boyd lensed the martial arts/Parkour action piece Black Dragon (Colin Trevorrow).

Scott Winters (12/5/59-7/18/11)
Scott is an actor and screenwriter based in Providence, RI. He is the author of four screenplays including “Ka-Boom!!!” and “Long Shot”, both posted on Kevin Spacey’s an actor, Scott’s film credits include principal roles opposite Kevin Bacon (“Mystic River”), Kate Hudson (“My Best Friend’s Girl”, opening this summer) and Josh Lucas (“Tell-Tale”, 2009). On television he has made multiple appearances on “One Life To Live”, “As The World Turns” and most recently, the Showtime series “Brotherhood”. At home in Rhode Island he is a company regular with the Gamm Theatre, with credits ranging from Shakespeare to Mamet. In Memory

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