After surviving an apocalyptic event, Sara's simple life in the remote mountains of Wyoming is once again threatened by the appearance of a man from her past.
Caitlin and Christina Kleppinger are sisters and writing partners. They hail from the mountains of Wyoming, but currently live and work in Los Angeles, CA. The youngest two in a family of seven girls, Caitlin and Christina spent most of their childhood creating and playing in fantastical make-believe worlds.
Christina was bit by the film bug early and attended the University of Colorado’s Film Studies Program and FAMU, The Academy of Performing Arts in Prague.
Caitlin initially pursued a career in music, studying at The Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences before moving to Los Angeles to work in music production. She quickly found herself falling in love with the TV world instead, and by the time Christina joined her in Los Angeles, both sisters had decided that their passions lie in writing for film and television.
They quickly realized that they loved telling stories together, and that they told bigger, better, and more ambitious stories as a team. For the next few years, the two worked day jobs while writing in every spare moment.
Their first feature screenplay was SCHOOL SPIRITS, a teen horror/comedy starring Alysia Reiner (ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK), Audrey Whitby (THE THUNDERMANS), and YouTube star Tiffany Alvord. It was shot on-location in St. Joseph, MO and released on digital platforms in the fall of 2017.
Caitlin and Christina are still playing make believe- now they just take the time to stop and write down their adventures.
Carolina Groppa is a Brazilian born Emmy nominated producer and actor living in Los Angeles.
She produced the award winning and 2017 Emmy nominated documentary AUTISM IN LOVE, which explores how adults with autism find and navigate romantic relationships. It premiered to rave reviews at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival and aired on PBS' Independent Lens series in January of 2016. The film has picked up many awards, including Best Documentary at Mammoth Lakes Film Festival and the Audience Award at Warsaw International Film Festival.
In February of 2016, AUTISM IN LOVE was the recipient of the fifth annual Peek Award for Disability In Film by the Utah Film Center. The award pays tribute to artists who are positively impacting our society’s perception of people with disabilities.
Past feature films include the Netflix Originals GIRLFRIEND'S DAY and HAPPY ANNIVERSARY. She also co-produced THE FEMALE BRAIN, Whitney Cummings' directing debut film.
She is currently prepping the feature film MISS VIRGINIA which stars Orange Is the New Black’s Uzo Aduba. It will film in LA and DC this Spring.
Carolina has produced numerous commercials for production companies such as ContagiousLA, We Fly Coach, Paperboy Content, and Trailer Park.
In her down time, Carolina can be found indulging in some wine and lots of cheese.