Cast & Crew
ROSE (LEAD ACTOR)
Caitlin is a California native who fell in love with acting early, putting on shows with her sister as a kid. She pursued acting on and off until college, when she decided to give the midwest a try and attend the University of Notre Dame. After doing several film and stage productions in college, Caitlin graduated with a degree in theatre, and decided to move to Los Angeles immediately following graduation. She has lived for about one year in LA, acting in various short films, commercials, and shows, and is so excited to make her feature film debut in A Night at the Cabin. Caitlin has trained with the Stella Adler Studio in NYC, the Notre Dame theatre department, the Performer's Academy, UCB Improv, Carolyn Barry, and Gregory Berg Studios in LA.
CHRISTOPHER LEE PAGE
HARRY (LEAD ACTOR)
Christopher Lee Page is from Dallas, Texas. He got his theatre degree from Southeast- ern Oklahoma State University and worked in regional theaters around the nation. Chris then moved to Los Angeles to start working in film and television. His recent film credits include The Stray, Floreanna, The Meanest Man In Texas, and is currently a supporting character in an upcoming project called Emergency L.A.
WRITER, THE STRANGER (SUPPORTING ACTOR)
Erik started making films at an early age with his family's digital camera in his home- town of Nora, Sweden. He went on to study filmmaking at Visby film high school. After graduation he continued to study filmmaking in Stockholm School of Film and Stock- holm Academy of Dramatic Arts (also known as ”Stockholm University of the Arts”), he has freelanced in Sweden for several years, and made a variety of short films. His previous short films have been screened at festivals all across the world. A Night in the Cabin is Erik’s first feature screenplay in English.
THE FARMER (SUPPORTING ACTOR)
Hedengran has become a well-known actor in many Swedish television series and films. He has also worked as a stage actor in Lorden från gränden and Intiman.He participated in the musical Lorden från gränden and Intiman. He also played 265 performances of the revue Alla ska bada as a member of the theatre group Galenskaparna och After Shave. He has also appeared in minor roles in a couple of others of the group's film and TV productions such as Ake from Åstol and the citizen. He also played farce Stolen love at Liseberg Theatre in Gothenburg, and later at Intiman in Stockholm and finally on tour in southern Sweden. In 2006 he played a doctor in the horror comedy Frostbite. More recently, he appears in the starring role of Krister in Marianne and is set to play a vengeful pagan father in the upcoming viking film Inferior.
Born and raised in New York, Alec has always had a passion for producing and entre- preneurship. He produced his first short film, Too Far From Home, which premiered at the 2013 Oceanside Film Festival. Other films he has produced include Alien Invaders and Maid for Murder, which were showcased at the San Diego Film Consortium in 2013. Graduating from Loyola Marymount University with a bachelors degree in Com- munication Studies, Alec has been exposed to a variety of areas in the industry includ- ing acquisitions, distribution, and exhibition. Alec has worked at Samuel Goldwyn Films, IAM Sports & Entertainment, Uncut Casting, Management 360, and currently runs his own production company Coast ART Productions and entertainment career services website, First Break L.A. This is Alec's first feature film production.
Johan started directing films at the age of 12 with his family's VHS camera in his hometown of Kilafors, Sweden. He moved away from home at the age of 15 to study film at Sweden's only film high school. After graduation he continued to study filmmaking in Santa Barbara, California and has freelanced in both Sweden and Australia, directing a variety of music videos and short films. His previous films have been screened at both Swedish and international festivals. The Cabin is Johan's feature film directorial debut.
Charlie studied fine arts painting in Santa Barbara, California years before he picked up a camera. As soon as he did he applied the same principles of painting to his cinema- tography and moved to Los Angeles. The years since he’s begun shooting, Charlie found narrative filmmaking to be the most gratifying. His films The Knockout Game and If You’re Underwater have premiered at several international film festivals including the Santa Barbara International Film Festival and Cannes Film Festival. The Cabin will be Charlie’s first feature film.
Originally from Santa Barbara, Matt Donner is an American composer specializing in film and games. By blending organic performances with digital instruments Donner achieves a realism only second to a live orchestra. His music has been heard in many international festivals including Santa Barbara, Exit, and Cannes.
Robert Sarkanen was born in 1988 in Gothenburg, Sweden. With a lifelong passion for film, he attended Filmgymnasiet in Visby and Cinema Science at University of Örebro in his native Sweden as well as the International Academy of Film and Television in the Philippines. He's since been doing productions for the past 11 years, ranging from feature projects to short subjects, documentaries and TV series to corporate video and commercial productions, working in all capacities including writing, directing, produc- ing, editing, sound, VFX and animation, with clients including Sony, L'Oréal Paris, Clear, Colgate and Tupperware.