Upon the lap of her guffawing father, Becky Sayers was raised on the genre film. Armed with a clunky VHS camcorder, she fell in love with filmmaking at the age of thirteen in her rural hometown of Maple Valley, Washington. Countless short films and bottles of fake blood later, she went on to earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film Production from Chapman University in Southern California. After graduation, she married Nick Sayers, the man she met over a friendly game of Counter-Strike. Together, they have produced many short films, as well as their debut no-budget feature Break.
Nick grew up watching movies every weekend in dingy small-town theaters. A less than exciting farm life kept Nick and his dad captivated by every genre in cinema. He has always been a movie lover, not a critic. Nick draws on his love of filmmaking to challenge the status quo of how films should be made. He believes great movies can be made on the cheap with passion, crowd-sourcing, a great story, and hard work. This drives Nick to keep budgets low and collaborative learning high on all of his films.