SYNOPSIS: A lonely and disturbed man wants nothing more than to fit in and find a partner but his self-loathing and violent tendencies prevent that from becoming a reality. "I'm Not Sorry" is a surreal tale - sometimes sad, sometimes funny, but always unsettling - about the power of self-image and societal judgements. And one that presents a different view on two classic philosophies: "I'd never want to join a group that would have someone like me as a member." and "You can't blame a dog for being a dog."
RUSSELL COSTANZO (Writer/Editor/Director) - http://www.russellcostanzo.com/me.html
MELISSA B. MILLER-COSTANZO (Production Designer/Producer) production coordinated various tv shows for Comedy Central and Court TV including Stella, directed by David Wain,and music videos with renowned artists like Wyclef Jean. She's Line Produced/Production Managed several projects including Joey Kuhn's Those People, (the Purple List at NYU), and Julia Loktev’s Day Night Day Night (Cannes Film Festival). And has Produced several features including The Tested starring Aunjanue Ellis, Armando Riesco, and Frank Vincent (IFP Independent Filmmaker Lab, Emerging Narratives at IFP Film Week, Grand Jury Prize at the American Black Film Festival), and Zarra's Law, starring Tony Sirico. In addition to production, she's worked in the art department on such acclaimed films as The Fighter, Precious, W.E., The Extra Man, and Brief Interviews with Hideous Men. And she recently Art Directed David LaChapelle's Mariah Carey music video Almost Home as well as a how-to series for L'oreal Paris.
ROB WOOLSEY (Director of Photography/Producer) was the lighting designer for the Onion News Network from its inception in 2007 until 2011. This included studio and location projects for IFC and Comedy Central episodic cable television as well as Onion.com online content. He led the lighting department on five feature films and worked on numerous commercials, music videos, network television shows and acclaimed indies such as "The Messenger" and The Viscous Kind". Most recently, Rob headed up the lighting department for the HULU/Lionsgate original series “Deadbeat” that is world premiering at the SXSW Film Festival in March of 2014.
CLYDE BALDO ("Barron Terrio"/"Larry Kensignton") is an actor, director, acting coach, psychotherapist, monologue writer, photographer, wizard. Clyde has recently done 3 Network TV spots on The Tomorrow People, Blue Bloods and The Michael J Fox Show. Clyde is playing Merlin in Don Nigro's one act play, The Passion of Merlin and Broceliande. Clyde will be co-starring in Elena Zucker's play O Walter, My Walter in May. Clyde will be directing Love and Human Remains by Brad Fraser at Playwrights Horizons in July. www.clydebaldo.com.
CHRISTINA CALPH ("Jennifer Clarkson") can be seen on screen in Arthur (Warner Brothers) alongside Russell Brand and Academy Award winner Helen Mirren and in Tower Heist (Universal) starring Ben Stiller & Eddie Murphy. Her New York theater credits include The Sunshine Boys with Lewis J. Stadlen & Chip Zien (Engeman) and Streetcar Named Desire in the role of Stella Kowalski directed by Austin Pendleton. TV credits include Tiny Apartment (Comedy Central), He Said, She Said (MTV), Deception (NBC), Made in Jersey (CBS), Rescue Me (FX), Whitest Kids U Know (IFC), & The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (Comedy Central). Christina has worked off-screen as a commercial director, writer and producer for brands like Symantec and The Good Guys. She is also the director, writer & producer of the comedic web-series, Bad Girl’s Ball.