Anna Mae Gordon is a New York City-based actor, director, producer and writer best known for her film directing debut, Dressed as Girl, which screened at Outfest, Newfest, Portland Film Festival, and New Filmmakers NY.
Gordon received her MFA in Directing from the Actors Studio Drama School, and has been working in both theatre and film mediums since. Her notable stage directing credits include comedies such as Book of Liz by Amy and David Sedaris and Ugly on the Inside by Steven and Whitney Boe, produced at Three-Legged Dog Theatre, as well as her original theatre piece, Woman Awake, performed on site at the Women’s March Reunion NYC in 2018.
Notable acting credits include Cali (lead) in the short film, Kiss (dir. Ricardo Montt), which screened at Philadelphia Independent Film Festival and Festival Angaelica, voicing multiple characters in the Standby for Places Podcast’s production of A Christmas Carol, currently found on Spotify and Apple Podcasts, and Skylar in Tony-Award Winner Tonya Pinkins’ theatrical production of Bring It On!
M. Louis Gordon is a New England based sound designer, recording engineer and filmmaker. His writing and directing debut, Girl in the Chair, received a Student Academy Award nomination for Best Experimental Film, with awards and premieres at Hollyshorts, New Hampshire Film Fest, and others.
He received a BFA from NYU Tisch School of Film and Television, and has operated in the sound department for two Sundance-selected feature films, countless short films and documentaries, as well as programming for the Shutter Channel, The CW, and Viceland on HBO. He has recorded, designed and mixed content for brands like New Balance, Mini Cooper, Calvin Klein, Samsung, Jack Daniels, and Hyundai.
Most recently, he has been recording and directing voice talent for Nextdoor App’s radio spots, a domestic violence PSA, and VR exhibits for the Illinois Holocaust Museum.