is four sex-tales set in four American cities:
In SKOKIE, a closeted woman’s crush on her minister’s wife erupts during a weekend of dog-sitting.
In AUSTIN, a young couple discovers a kinky way to keep their relationship alive.
In TAMPA, a man with an extremely small penis finds his nirvana in a public restroom.
And in SAN FRANCISCO, a cross-dressing sex-worker faces a challenging assignment with a quadriplegic man.
Kyle’s feature narrative debut ROOM premiered at Sundance’s Frontier and Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight sections in 2005. It was nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards, including the John Cassavetes Award for best low-budget narrative, and was distributed widely. His feature docs include: UNIVERSITY, INC., about the corporatization of higher education that toured nation-wide with funding from filmmakers Richard Linklater and Michael Moore; and AMERICAN COWBOY, about a gay rodeo champ, which won a Student Academy Award. His short "N.ew Y.ork C.asino" won Best Experimental film at SXSW and played at museums and gallery spaces worldwide. Kyle is also the editor of the Sundance/Tribeca/SXSW award-winning feature narrative MANITO and nine feature docs including the 2012 Emmy Award winning WHERE SOLDIERS COME FROM. He is a graduate of the University of Texas – Austin’s MFA Film Production program and received his undergraduate degree from Rice University in History and Art History. He currently teaches film production at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, and works frequently in Los Angeles and Austin.
Via their film development and production company C-Hundred Film Corp, Michael and Jim support and encourage courageous new film visions, including Rodney Evans' BROTHER TO BROTHER, Chris Smith’s AMERICAN MOVIE, Christopher Munch’s THE SLEEPY TIME GAL, Josh Fox’s MEMORIAL DAY and Kyle’s first feature ROOM. Michael has also produced such films as BEING JOHN MALKOVICH and VELVET GOLDMINE.
Carlos is a screenwriter, theater director, playwright and actor based in Chicago. Directing credits include the U.S. premiere of Wallace Shawn’s A THOUGHT IN THREE PARTS and the New York production of his own play NOT CLOWN at the Soho Repertory Theater. He and playwriting partner Steve Moore won the 2003 Mark David Cohen New Play Award for THE KINDERMANN DEPICTION, produced by Austin's Physical Plant Theater.
Jessica is a NYC actress and writer who recently toured with her one-woman show SODOMY AND PEDICURES. She worked for years as an actress in Austin with experimental theater companies Blue Theater and Physical Plant.
Jason’s producing credits include: AUGUST EVENING, awarded top prizes at the Los Angeles and Woodstock Film Festivals and winner of an Independent Spirit John Cassavetes Award; the PBS doc, A PLACE TO DANCE; Paul Gordon’s 2010 SXSW and Venice Film Fest standout, THE HAPPY POET; Jonny Mars’ 2012 SXSW premiere AMERICA'S PARKING LOT; and Spencer Parson’s 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival premiere SATURDAY MORNING MASSACRE. From 2002–2005, he served as a programmer on PBS’ INDEPENDENT LENS series and he current works as a senior producer with Austin’s innovative Arts + Labor creative community production company.
PJ is an award-winning Austin and LA based cinematographer and director whose work has earned many honors including the ASC Charles B. Lang Jr. Heritage Award as well as the Haskell Wexler Award for Best Cinematography. PJ has been featured in American Cinematographer and shot the Academy Award-nominated and Sundance Film Festival Documentary Grand Jury Award winner TROUBLE THE WATER. His feature cinematography credits also include Henry's ROOM (Sundance, Cannes), the Los Angeles Film Festival Narrative Feature Award winner GRETCHEN, Susan Youssef's 2011 Venice and Toronto feature HABIBI RASAK KHARBAN, and Silas Howard and Ernesto Foronda's 2012 SXSW premiere SUNSET STORIES. He currently teaches film production at University of Texas-Austin and is an MFA Film Production graduate from the program.
Sara is a Chicago actor, singer, and writer who trained with both the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco and Second City Chicago. She’s an Actor’s Equity Jeff Award recipient for her role as Sara Jane Moore in the Chicago staging of Stephen Sondheim’s ASSASSINS. She is an ensemble member with Chicago’s Factory Theater and has appeared in productions over the years at many Chicago theaters including Fox Valley Rep, Caffeine, Chicago Opera Vanguard, Griffin, Porchlight, Timeline, Strawdog, Back Stage, Lifeline, Stage Left, The Hypocrites, and Defiant. She currently appears in Broadway in Chicago’s hit I LOVE LUCY.
After receiving her acting MFA at the University of Nebraska, Amy has in appeared Chicago theater productions at the Pine Box Theatre, Theatre-Hikes, American Theatre Company, Steep Theatre, the side project, Moving Dock, and Provision Theatre. Film credits include a lead role in the indie feature PEARL DIVER . In 2012, she made her television debut in ABC’s A FINAL WITNESS. Currently, she appears in Chicago at the EX-Pats’ production of Philip Ridley’s play MERCURY FUR.
Danielle is an actress and writer. Some of her credits include NBC's FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS as well as Terrence Malick's THE TREE OF LIFE. Danielle was born and raised in Texas and now resides in Los Angeles.
Atticus has appeared on TV in FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS, THE DEEP END and ALL MY CHILDREN. He is currently a member of the New Movement Theater improv troupe in Austin and New Orleans.
Born in Nicaragua, Jose and his family emigrated to Metairie, LA, where he spent his childhood. He earned his BFA in Acting from St. Edward’s University in Austin, TX. Since then, he has appeared in Fox’s PRISON BREAK and numerous TV commercials and stage productions. In 2010, he won the Austin Critics’ Table Award for Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role for his portrayal of William Barfee in THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE at Zach Scott Theater. He is newly a company member of Austin’s acclaimed Trouble Puppet Theater. You can watch Jose online starring in the De-Pixelated Web Series. FOURPLAY is his feature film debut.
Paul is an Austin based actor, musician, and drag performance artist. His Christeene persona, a drag terrorist super-star, has toured world-wide, including Berlin, Paris, Stockholm, and several official showcases at the SXSW Music Festival. His film credits include Steven Soderbergh’s OUT OF SIGHT and SLACKER 2011 and he is a member of Austin's renowned Rude Mechanicals Theater Company.