Regine Mont-Louis, daughter of Haitian immigrants hails from Houston, TX. She began her artistic career as an actress in London, England while attending college there. Upon returning stateside she has appeared off-Broadway, on cable TV and in commercials. Regine has written, produced and directed her own play Haram which was featured in two play festivals in NYC – the Strawberry One Act and the Radium Girls. This is her on-screen directorial debut and she is humbled to be featured alongside other talented artists.
Kate Moran is a producer, director, writer, editor, classically trained actor, and comedian based in NYC. In the last 10 years, Moran has worked on over 50 independent productions for stage and screen, including her short film, “Are You Afraid of the ‘90s?,” starring Heather Matarazzo. She is the Vice President and Marketing Director of the annual Nasty Women Unite Fest, a multi-day intersectional feminist arts non-profit benefiting the ACLU; director and head writer for a sketch comedy house team at The Peoples Improv Theater, and the founding producer of The Revolution, a monthly stand-up show showcasing women and non-binary comedians. She is currently working on several new films, a podcast, and a novel.