Growing up a movie-lover in Maine, Nick would enlist friends and family to help him make his own short films. These films were shot on his mini dv camera, edited in iMovie, burned onto DVDs, and distributed to his extended family and people in his neighborhood. Running this one-kid home movie studio, along with getting a first-rate film education from his father, cemented Nick's passion for movies and informed his decision to pursue acting and filmmaking as a career.
After graduating from high school in Los Angeles, he went through the intensive two-year Meisner training program at the Baron Brown Acting Studio in Santa Monica, during which he landed his first talent agent. In the years since, Nick has acted in several television productions, playing pivotal recurring roles in Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists on ABC's Freeform Network and The Girl in the Woods on NBC's Peacock streaming platform. He's also had memorable guest star parts in S.W.A.T. and NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS.
In his early twenties, Nick and his cousin David began co-directing original short films (including a trilogy of ambitious one-takes) before deciding to leap to feature filmmaking with the one-location thriller, Fallen Drive. Nick truly came full circle when, in addition to co-writing/directing and starring in Fallen Drive, he also produced under his new production company banner, studio92.
Nick plans to continue making movies with his family and friends until he's old and gray.
Cash grew up in southern Maine, where he enrolled in various classes and workshops in video production through South Portland High School, the University of Southern Maine, and the Maine Film Association. He worked as a videographer for the city and directed community television shows at the Portland Media Center, all while creating original content of his own, which he released (and still releases) on his YouTube channel.
In August 2020, fresh out of high school, Cash moved to Los Angeles to help get Fallen Drive off the ground and see it through production. After the film wrapped, he continued his education with a year at Loyola Marymount University, counseled at a summer camp in Missouri, and spent a year at the American University in Bulgaria.
In addition to filmmaking, Cash writes rap songs, embarks on adventures, and (apparently) builds beautiful websites (ahem).
Maryana has been a successful content creator for many years, garnering a loyal following on both YouTube and Instagram.
Her acting credits include leading roles in the upcoming Lifetime film Bad Tenant and studio92 produced Horned Frogs, and the role of Ivy in Fallen Drive.
Tim Rhys is a writer/producer/director/publisher who founded MovieMaker, the international magazine for independent filmmakers. He wrote/directed/produced the award-winning feature Men in Scoring Position, and produced the feature thriller Indiscretion starring Academy Award-winner Mira Sorvino, among many other feature films.
Tim is a graduate of the University of Maine and the Vancouver Film School, and for two decades was the artistic director of the MovieMaker Institute, which brought educational film programs to cities around the world. He founded the MovieMaker Production Services initiative, which assists North American independent feature film producers in bringing their projects to fruition by providing leadership, creative financing and in-kind donations.
During Tim's long career as an entertainment journalist he has served as a juror or panelist at the Hawaii International Film Festival, the New Orleans Film Festival, the New Hampshire Film Festival, the Mammoth Lakes Film Festival, and others. He served on the board of the historic Hollywood Theatre in Portland, Oregon for many years.
He lives with his wife and two sons in their colonial saltbox farmhouse in Vermont which has been in his family for almost 250 years.