Director: Sonia Sebastian
Writer: Amy Dellagiarino and Lisa Cordileone
Producer: Eugene Park, Lisa Cordileone, Sonia Sebastian, Amy Dellagiarino
Executive Producer: Karen Dixon
Associate Producer: Erica Kuhlmann
Director of Photography: Alvaro Martin Blanco
Billie #hatesherjob and is desperate for a change, but when she quits months before getting married she is faced with breaking the news to her fiancee! Billie takes the risk of her life, juggling the upcoming wedding with the creation of a new tech start-up company called Freelancers Anonymous alongside a ragtag group of women.
The gap in the market for the LGBTQ community and women in STEM industries pales in comparison to our male counterparts. Gender parity has become a hot button issue over the past several years in Hollywood and we are passionate about creating content that fills this gap! Our team’s unique vision is to integrate a narrative across several platforms and create a transmedia company that can engage audiences in new and exciting way. We are eager to create strong and positive representation for the LGBTQ community, as well as women in comedy, women in STEM industries, and female-driven stories.
SONIA SEBASTIAN directed and wrote 16 episodes of the successful TV series Girl seeks Girl broadcast in Spain on Terra TV and distributed on DVD by Pride Films. The TV series is also being distributed in the U.S. by Wolfe TV and the DVD came out in November of 2009.
The Award Nominated film Girl gets Girl 2016 screened at OUTFest LA and is available on Amazon Prime.
She was the director of the Spanish series Todo es Possible en el Bajo (Telemadrid - Madrid’s local channel) and 3x2 (Tele 5 - national mass channel).
She was a two time finalist of Theater Valle Inclan’s Prize as director of El Imaginary de Cervantes (2011) and El Viejo Celoso y la Cueva de Salamanca (2010). In 2007, Sonia was the winner of Hollywood Channel’s Prize with La Llamada.
As a producer, Sonia has produced/directed the following short film: Grotesques Road Movie (2002), Ladridos (2003), Elisa Guzman (2005), Dos Mujeres, Un Pajaro y Una Triste Historia de Amor (2008), and Papa se ha Ido (2012). All these short films have been shown in several festivals across the world.
In 2004, Sonia produced the feature film Caudate de Mi through Acapela Films, which was released in the Malaga Film Festival.
LISA CORDILEONE was a Semi Finalist for the Sundance Episodic Story Lab for Stale Mate in 2016. The Easy Abby was an Official Selection Frameline37 and won the AUDIENCE AWARD for BEST Women’s Feature North Carolina GLFF.
She worked with Funny or Die Presents: Party For Rights benefiting the ACLU.
Credits include, Abby, in the successful LGBTQ Web Series Easy Abby (co-producer S1) with 45 million views online. The film version enjoyed a Theatrical Release in Berlin (2014) as well as distribution in Germany and Spain.
“Someone with deep pockets needs to hijack Easy Abby! (cough, cough Netflix)” - Huffington Post.
Her short films include JUMP an Absurd Comedy about a woman on a ledge, LOOPY a comedic short for DARE LA (2017), and SAFE an action/thriller.
Lisa’s stage credits include the one woman silent comedy Break In (Hollywood Fringe Festival) and sketch show Girl on Gurl (UCB Sunset, Second City Holly, IO West).
Rep: William Morris Endeavor (VO) and Reign Agency (Commercial)
AMY DELLAGIARINO is a playwright with a BFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.
Her plays have been produced in New York (Limbo), Chicago (In Search of Plan A, Inhale/Exhale) and Los Angeles (Break In).
Her show Break In, which explores the life of a young woman living alone in her apartment, was a semi-finalist for the Spirit of the Fringe award at the Hollywood Fringe Festival in 2016, and was described as “hilarious”, “highly inventive”, and “the most entertaining 30 minutes I’ve spent in a long time”.
Her pilot Just Be: An Emo Bromance (co-written with fellow NYU alum Leigh Poulos) is a wacky look into the lives of two co-dependent emo band members, and was a semi-finalist at SeriesFest for the Half Hour Comedy Pilot Division.
Amy has also written for collegehumor.com, and her children’s book series Jenny Morgan: Certified Genius can be found on Amazon.com.