Our Team

 

 Director, Writer, Producer, and Co-Curriculum Writer

Director, Writer, Producer, and Co-Curriculum Writer

Paige morrow kimball

Paige Morrow Kimball is an award-winning director, writer, producer and actor with 20+ years of experience. Credits include: PBS’s Sesame Street. HBO’s Project Greenlight, ABC’s Oprah Winfrey and many more. Paige’s production company, Makazan Films is committed to creating diverse, meaningful stories by, for and about women and her articles about gender parity have been published by the Huffington Post. She's a participant in several diversity programs including: CBS TV, Sony TV and the Directors Guild of America. You can find more of her work here.

 Educational Consultant and Curriculum Writer

Educational Consultant and Curriculum Writer

wendy zacuto, M.Ed

Wendy has worked for over 40 years in education in California and is currently an educational consultant for schools, parents and children. She has a Masters in Education and is grateful for this opportunity to partner with Paige and her amazing film to bring the topic of homelessness out of the shadows and into everyday school curriculum. Find out more here.

 Graphic Designer and Development Assistant

Graphic Designer and Development Assistant

katie vanetten

Katie is a freelance designer and production assistant in Los Angeles. She graduated with a degree in Advertising from Temple University and has worked for iW Magazine, the Alzheimer's Association, Marque Media and various production companies. Find her work at her website, by clicking here.

 Lead Actor,  Play Date

Lead Actor, Play Date

TERRY WALTERS

Terry Walters began her professional career in the theatre and appeared on multiple soap operas (All my Children, One Life to Live), television shows (Curb Your Enthusiasm, Santa Clarita Diet) and films (La La LandThe Silent Alarm). Most recently, she performed a one-woman cabaret show at Rockwell Stage in Los Angeles. She is ecstatic about the success of Play Date, and the opportunity to shine a light on such an important issue! Find her work here.

 
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“I loved hearing the filmmaker’s perspective. It was also really interesting to learn behind the scenes details about how the film was made.”

Angelia Robinson, Director-Urban Homeschoolers