Our Mission

Why we do what we do.

As storytellers we gravitate towards stories with a message, be it positive or cautionary. Our goal is to create content that people can both relate to or use as a source of inspiration. 

Our Team

The denizens of the Land of Ep.
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    Kristen Epland

    Writer / Producer

    Kristen Epland grew up in California’s beautiful Central Coast. She studied Political Science at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and Austin Peay University in Tennessee. However, it was a violent tornado that rekindled Kristen’s passion for the arts, especially film, theatre and dance; and compelled, if not propelled her relocation to Los Angeles.

    In 2005, Kristen founded The Passion for Dance Project, a non-profit organization awarding grants and scholarships to struggling dancers in the Los Angeles area. The experience made Kristen realize that she had natural gifts for organization, fund-raising and time-management. She harnessed these talents taking the logical next step: Producing. She had the opportunity to produce two film festival favorites, Jawbone and Scavenger. She rediscovered her love of acting in 2011, starring in the television pilot A Little Bit of Laughter, opposite veteran actor Barry Bostwick.

    Kristen is part of a writing team painstakingly developing the memoir of an Angola death row inmate into an episodic based around the notorious prison. She co-created animated series, Bite Me, with writing partner Gregory Locklear, and they are producing the project with Joe Dante (Gremlins, The ‘Burbs, The Hole).

    In addition, Kristen is currently in development for the incredible true story: Becoming Beland, a feature length film about a musician who struggles to find himself through drugs, music and eventually God, but realizes that after years of searching, that the key to finding himself, is finding his real father. Visit www.becomingbeland.com for more information.

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    Brandon Epland

    Writer / Producer

    Brandon Epland Native New Yorker Brandon Epland appeared in a number of Off Broadway plays throughout his childhood, while attending the famed High School for the Performing Arts. He graduated with honors from The University of Michigan, earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theatre. Brandon then returned to NYC to explore the Off-Off-Broadway and fringe theatre circuit.

    After moving to Los Angeles, Brandon became a writer and voice-talent for Sirius Radio’s The Pacific Coast Hellway, with award-winning author and screenwriter Mark Nemcoff. Brandon then co-founded the Internet sketch comedy group The Monkey Box. He served as a writer, producer, director and actor for 99 audio podcast episodes and 51 short films garnering over 19 million hits on YouTube, Yahoo and Funny or Die.

    Brandon created the half hour procedural comedy, Fairy Tale Lawyers, currently being shopped to networks. He has also created movie-based game show, Cinema Showdown, Target Audience, a movie review show for the 21st century, as well as America’s Next Top Reality Show, a competition based show that develops, vets and then produces fledgling reality shows. Brandon is currently developing a death row inmate’s unpublished manuscript into a thought provoking prison drama; and is in development for Becoming Beland, a beautifully, touching feature length drama based on the true story of singer-songwriter, Chris Chabot and his search for his father and himself.

    Brandon has a long-standing commitment to get the voices out of his head and on to the page. He doesn’t sleep.

Current Project

What we're working on while we're whistling.
  • Becoming Beland
  • Becoming Beland

    A Feature Film

    A man struggles to find himself through drugs, music and eventually God, but realizes after years of searching, that the key to finding himself… was finding his real father. Click here to learn more.

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