Casper, a soldier home on bereavement leave, has a chance run-in with his childhood crush Rebecca, now a grad student coping with conflicts of her own. In one night, the two traverse a striking Minneapolis cityscape, growing closer but knowing they will inevitably have to part ways at dawn. Featuring standout performances by rising indie stars Zoe Lister-Jones
), and Sam Rosen
), and supported by Josh Hartnett
(THE BLACK DAHLIA
) and Michael Imperioli
(HBO'S THE SOPRANOS
), Stuck Between Stations is "an authentic and affecting snapshot of a generational zeitgeist." (Cara Cusumano, Tribeca Film Festival)
Making his feature directorial debut, Brady Kiernan
is a 2010 IFP Narrative Lab Fellow and 2011 McKnight Filmmaking Fellow. The film is co-written by Nat Bennett and Sam Rosen, and co-produced by Todd Cobery, Spencer Kiernan, Sam Rosen and Brady Kiernan.Stuck Between Stations
had it’s North American Premiere at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival and is being distributed domestically in association with Wrekin Hill Entertainment and NECA Films.
(“Casper,” Co-Writer, Co-Producer)
Sam Rosen will next be seen in the Independent feature, THE ORANGES, directed by Julian Farino and produced by Anthony Bregman. Rosen also appeared in the films FOUR BOXES and BREAKING UPWARDS, both of which premiered at the 2009 SXSW Film Festival. His other film and television credits include the independent feature NOBODY and LAW AND ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT. On stage, Rosen has performed at The Rattlestick Theater in Lucy Thurber’s STAY and in HAM LAKE at The Soho Playhouse, which he co-wrote with Nat Bennett. ZOE LISTER-JONES
Zoe Lister-Jones is a Brooklyn born Actor, Writer, and Producer. Her film BREAKING UPWARDS, which she co-wrote, produced, and starred in with director Daryl Wein, was released theatrically by IFC in 2010. In addition, she recently appeared in the feature films THE OTHER GUYS, SALT, STATE OF PLAY, IN PRAISE OF SHADOWS. In the television world, Zoe reprised her role of “Kim” on the first half hour live action Adult Swim series, DELOCATED, guest starred on HBO’s BORED TO DEATH and CBS’s hit show THE GOOD WIFE, as well as appearing in the pilots WASHINGTONIENNE for HBO, STATE OF ROMANCE for NBC, and the upcoming WHITNEY CUMMINGS PROJECT for NBC. Zoe received excellent reviews for the Broadway show THE LITTLE DOG LAUGHED after creating the role of “Ellen” off-Broadway at Second Stage. She was also seen off-Broadway in her one-woman show, “CODEPENDENCE IS A FOUR-LETTER WORD” at PS-122, THE MARRIAGE OF BETTE AND BOO at the Roundabout, and the world premiere of THE ACCOMPLICES for The New Group. Television credits include guest stars on THE CLASS, KIDNAPPED, LAW AND ORDER, LAW AND ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT, LAW AND ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT, and LAW AND ORDER: TRIAL BY JURY. Other film credits include ARMLESS, ARRANGED, THE WEDDING BROS, FALLING STAR, TURN THE RIVER. She is a graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts.MICHAEL IMPERIOLI
Michael Imperioli, acclaimed actor, writer and producer, has established a successful career in both television and film. He currently stars in ABC’s police drama Detroit 1-8-7 playing the elusive yet tough as nails Detective Louis Fitch. Recently he starred in the indie horror movie Foreclosure, which is scheduled for release in 2011. He also starred as Detective Ray Carling on ABC’s critically acclaimed drama series, Life on Mars, during the 2008-2009 Season.
Imperioli is best known for his role as Christopher Moltisanti on the acclaimed series The Sopranos, which earned him a Best Supporting Actor Emmy® Award, five Emmy nominations, as well as numerous Golden Globe and SAG nominations. In addition to his role as a cast member, Imperioli wrote five episodes of the show. He also had a star turn on the right side of the law as a detective in the acclaimed series Law & Order, and was the voice of Frankie in the DreamWorks Academy Award-nominated Shark Tale.
The Hungry Ghosts, a New York City-based feature which Imperioli wrote and directed, was released in 2009. In December 2009, he starred in Peter Jackson’s The Lovely Bones, based on the bestselling book, opposite Rachel Weiz and Mark Wahlberg.
Imperioli first came to the public’s attention as Spider in Martin Scorsese’s “Goodfellas.” In his more than 30 film roles, he has worked with such acclaimed directors as Spike Lee on Jungle Fever, Malcolm X, Clockers, Girl 6 and Summer of Sam; the Hughes Brothers on Dead Presidents, and with Nancy Savoca on Household Saints. Other credits include Campbell Scott’s Hamlet, Peter Mattei’s Love in the Time of Money, Gary Winnick’s Sweet Nothing and the comedy My Baby’s Daddy.
As a writer, Imperioli has done work for Dimension on King Suckerman and penned the screen adaptation of Mario Puzo’s Omerta for Miramax. he also wrote and executive-produced Summer of Sam.JOSH HARTNETT
Brady Kiernan knows how to work. Since entering the film business, he’s made his mark delivering spectacular quality on a shoestring budget. Working his way up has paid off with project after project: he produced 5 music videos in 5 days for the artist P.O.S., four of which have premiered on MTV affiliates, including one he directed for “Purexed.” Over the past 8 years he’s directed short films and worked as a line producer for commercials. Stuck Between Stations, his first feature, was a 2010 IFP Narrative Lab Fellow.NAT BENNETT
Nat Bennett is co-writer, with Sam Rosen, of STUCK BETWEEN STATIONS and the stage play Ham Lake. He is also co-writer of the book for the stage musical Therapy Rocks. A bestselling ghostwriter, he teaches essay writing at New York University. His essay, “Halfway or In-Between or Something Else,” appears in the anthology Freud’s Blind Spot: 23 Original Essays on Cherished Estranged, Lost Hurtful, Hopeful, Complicated Sisters and Brothers. He lives in New York City.TODD COBERY
Todd Cobery has spent the past decade as a director and producer in Minneapolis. He has worked in narrative films, music videos, commercials, as well as in television, earning a reputation as a filmmaker with a unique perspective and sense of humor. His 2007 entry into the SXSW Grindhouse trailer competition “The Dead Won’t Die” was a finalist and screened at the festival. He has directed several music videos and short films including a video for the artist P.O.S. which screened at SXSW 2010. In the past year he has completed his most ambitious short film yet as a director “Good Morning, Beautiful” which premiered at SXSW in the midnight shorts section, as well as producing “Stuck Between Stations” which will make its’ world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival.SPENCER KIERNAN
Spencer Kiernan is an Minnesota-bred producer and filmmaker based in New York. He holds an MFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Film school, where he was a graduate teaching fellow in cinematography. His producing credits include the feature films STUCK BETWEEN STATIONS (2010 IFP Narrative Film Labs fellow & A Lion Gate Home Entertainment release) and HAPPY LIFE (Exec. Prod. by Abel Ferrara), as well as the award-winning short films THE CHAIR (2012 Festival du Cannes Official Selection Short Film Competition & 2012 SXSW Short Film Jury Award winner), and DOUBLES WITH SLIGHT PEPPER (2012 Canadian Prix Genie Awards Best Live Action Short Drama winner & 2011 Toronto Int'l Film Festival Best Canadian Short Film winner - on which he was also cinematographer). He is currently producing the feature film HELLAWARE (post-production), a film about the clash between high brow and low brow culture in the New York art world, and PENNY STOCK (pre-production), winner of the 2012 Tribeca/Sloan Student Grand Jury Prize. He gravitates towards local stories that reflect global themes, and has worked on films around the world - from the Americas to Europe to the Middle East, and from the Caribbean to Southeast Asia to the South Pacific.
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