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Creative Director, Co-Founder 

            wears a whole lotta creative hats, but she sure enjoys her cowboy as of late. She got her start in film acting in a whole bunch of Austin-based indies and projects, both comedy and drama-- Zero Charisma, The Honor Farm, Results, and From Dusk Till Dawn (TV Series) to

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Creative Director, Co-Founder 

Juliet Robb is a rebel minded, modern day pioneer woman. Graduating from UT Austin's Theatre and Dance department taught her one thing; you gotta take your destiny into your own hands; the first step is finding fantastic creative partners. She has starred in many theatrical performances including A Streetcar Named Desire

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name a few. This spring, she reprised her role as sniper villain Meredith in season 2 of Rooster Teeth’s Streamy-Award winning sci-fi series      . Folger created a support system that hosted workshops for women in all avenues of Austin film, inspired by her own magical experiences at the Sundance Labs and Austin Film Society Labs. She's also a published poet and visual artist.

in which she played Blanche Dubois. For the last two years she has ventured into the film realm, debuting in films as an actor as well as writing a television series with none other than the spit-fire, Katie Folger. In June she will be heading to Alaska to star in an Austin-grown indie feature next to fellow Dynamite Sister Jacques Colimon, directed by Caleb Kuntz.

MADELEINE ROBB

(Creative Producer- AUSTIN, TX) (creative producer- AUSTIN, TX) Look no further: the joke is here. Madeleine is the bodacious wild card who brings the loud and brings the goddess. With a background in theatre and opera, her presence as a performer is truly a force of nature. Currently a brand ambassador for Goodwill, her other merits include: director, photographer, and social worker. "My aim as a creator is to craft art that generates compassion in all who encounter it." A co-sister in the early days, she's been a part of the Dynamite project since day one!

(Creative Producer- LOS ANGELES, CA)  is an award-winning multidisciplinary Haitian-American performer, writer, and documentarian (ICM, Untitled MGMT). A University of Texas at Austin alumnus (BA Theatre & Dance, BS RTF), he is the recipient of the 2015 Austin Critics Table Lead Actor award and the 2016 B. Iden Payne Lead Actor award.

JACQUES COLIMON

DEREK BECK

(Editor- BROOKLYN, NY)  is a director, editor, writer, producer and actor - in that order only. Any other reorganization of these self-described titles would be patently false. He worked at Vimeo as a video editor and community manager for almost six years and was a co-founding member of the super group Neko Neko Films. He’s made all sorts of videos over the years and claims that the best ones can be found at www.derekbeck.com. How can we verify this claim, you ask? Unfortunately, we can’t. I guess you’ll just have to blindly trust this biography that Derek, himself, is definitely not writing in the third person at this very moment.

(Producer- AUSTIN, TX)  is the 25 year old family man with a plan. He is the proud father of a beautiful 3 year old girl, Mila Isabella. He has been acting since he got his first role when he was 8 years old and has been involved in both theatre and film since then. David believes in the power of storytelling and has made it his mission to encourage empathy and vulnerability through his own work.

DAVID BARRERA

David Barrera

Virginia Hilliard (stylist, set decorator- ALBUQUERQUE, NM) is a bombastic composer of genre fashion and the proud owner of a bangin' vintage clothing store                       . Intuitive and resourceful, she makes it her business to create custom styling for women to feel beautiful as they strut their unique vibe. A true pioneering babe, she's recently started to rock film set dressing and event design like the lady boss she is in her everyday life. 

VIRGINIA HILLIARD

PRESS

"...[The audience] cackled along to the clip by the Dynamite Sisters, who showed a video titled 'Bubby and Pearl,' a faux reality show clip that followed a couple who inexplicably seemed to live in a junkyard

                                                 -Doyin Oyeniyi, "Babes Fest: Better Second Time Around" 

"The real find of the film is Katie Folger as the female lead (she's also in the upcoming Zero Charisma, a movie that just blew the doors off at SXSW). She's adorable and big-hearted, like a young Elizabeth Shue"

                                                 -Patrick Bromley

"'I was seeing these caricatures [in scripts], these ideas of a sliver of womanhood, whether that be the girl next door, or the super-sexy woman, or the naïve virgin, or the victim. As a creative person and a woman, I found myself not just desiring to make movies, but feeling like I had a responsibility,' Folger said. 'The women I interact with in my daily life, the women that I know – I don't see those living, breathing, complex, hilarious, disgusting, beautiful, strong, impassioned women on paper.'"

                                                  -Amy Gentry