William has been writing the content of his imagination for most of his life. His unique ability to capture and direct that content to film is a budding talent in his creative existence that will continue to propel him in his evolution as a writer, director and visual artist.
Tried. Tested. Proven.
As a veteran in the Film / TV industry Rocco has been creating award winning Film & TV productions for over 15 years. His remarkable ability to capture the unique moments and true essence of individuals, places and things, has earned him a very special place in the world of Film, TV & Media Production. His personal artistic work with such noted Hollywood Directors such as Wes Anderson and Gus Van Sant, Oscar Award Winning Actors & Crew, A-List celebrities, Grammy Award Winning Musicians and more, unleashed his talent of Filmmaking and the Arts to the pristine vision it is today. His Film Clients include Columbia Pictures, Indian PaintBrush, PBS, American Empirical Pictures and Fountainbrush Films. His corporate, television, and commercial clients include such Fortune 500 companies as AT&T, BMW, United States Postal Service, LEGO, Whole Foods Market, Johnson Products, Oregon Scientific, E! Entertainment, MTV, Viacom, CBS, ABC, Travel Channel, Leftfield Pictures, PETA, and others. Rocco's work has been seen worldwide by millions in movie theaters and TV Networks PBS, ABC, CBS, NBC, Independent Lens, National Geographic, BIO Channel, Good Morning America, MTV, Travel Channel, The History Channel, E! Entertainment, FOX News & Movie Theaters around the world. He resides in New York City and calls the great Northeast home. Rocco enjoys long walks on the beach at sunset, fine arts, and good company. He is always traveling the globe searching for new exciting projects and discovering the next big thing. His proven success and track record ensures the success of your next Production. Working on films with budgets from $50K to $50M Rocco's multi-faceted expertise will take your Production to the next level.
Go with the best. Tried. Tested. Proven. Rocco Michaluk for the WIN.
Nicholas Michaluk has been editing and filming since he was a teenager. Having a big family always made events happen to record and never shied from being in the spotlight. Not only does he work post production, he is also fluent in set design and makes his own leather/scale armor for any medieval productions. Recently he has worked on indie films such as "Common Alligator" and "Cold". He is extremely excited working on "Uneiling" seeing that one's past can always bring about one's future.
David Keane is a studio head working out of Philadelphia. Over the last four years he’s worked as a Production Assistant, Gaffer, Director & more on countless projects. He’s written several features, shorts and pilots and seen several through to post-production. He now works as Head Editor.
Carbone is a filmmaker and actor, with a wide variety of experience.
He studied filmmaking at New England Tech in Rhode Island and received his Associate's degree. Carbone writes, directs, acts and sits in the editing chair. Recently he appeared as star of the feauture Randy's Canvas as well as producer and co-star/associate producer in the feature Citrus Springs. He is co-creator and host of the hit comedy cooking show Dude Food with Sean and sometimes Adam.
Prior to that, he finished production on the first season of his reality show Elimination Society and was cast as a recurring character in the hit comedy web series Poor Paul and his newest web series Neil's Cook Nook is currently presented on his website ShquibTV.com
Kayla Caulfield is 19 years old and resides in Melrose, Ma. Kayla has been performing and singing since the age of 6 in local community theater. Kayla started modeling at the age of 13 when she was chosen by a NY photographer to be the subject in a project that was about the American Girl Dolls. This photo was entered into the World Press Photo Award Contest in January 2013 where it won 3rd place out of 100,000 photos. This photo was on exhibit around the world for a year and also was acquired by a Gallery in Woodstock NY. Since this photo Kayla has had many modeling opportunities.
Kayla decided to expand from modeling into acting, Unveiling being her first great opportunity and will always be great full being cast as young Tina. Since Unveiling Kayla has worked on many more independent films as well as working on feature films.
Macauley ‘Mac’ Ash is a 9 year old actor and athlete. He loves playing soccer and baseball. A few of his favorite roles have been Dopey/Friendly in Snow White with Kaleidoscope Children’s Theatre, a guard in Aladdin with the Academy Players of RI, and Daniel the Karate Kid in episode 9 of Welcome to Grandpaville. He loves riding his bike, playing with his friends and swimming.
Sissy O'Hara started in television at age four. She then studied dance for close to fifteen year; played guitar and sang at the Sunday Folk Mass; and participated in various choirs and theaters throughout her school years and to date. She has worked on Indie short and feature length films, government training videos, music videos, 48-Hour Film Festivals, web series and other various film contests. Behind the camera, Sissy's worked sound, continuity, wardrobe, catering, craft services, hair, makeup and script supervisor. Along with Unveiling, she can be seen in various Scorpio Film Releases, such as Accidental Incest, Flesh for the Inferno and others which are in world wide distribution. She's also worked on several projects with Shquib TV, Eye Scream Films and Peppered Productions. Presently she has 30 IMDb film credits and 11 various crew credits.
Lily Spencer is a New England artist. She fell in love with theater at a young age. Born in Connecticut, Lily attended the University of Rhode Island. She has been in over a dozen short films. Most recently Lily did the wardrobe for HIGHER METHODS. She was an art department intern on MEASURE OF A MAN. Currently Lily plays the role of Candi in Friends 4 Eva - a miniseries in production. She is Iviv in THE SPARROW FALLING an episodic fantasy series on WPAA - TV in CT. Lily loves working with students.
Rosemary Pacheco is nicknamed “the Connector” and one can easily see why. A talented actor in both the indie world, studio films, appearing in numerous TV commercials, web series, recent work as a lifestyle print model, and a voice over artist as well, her resume is very diverse. She is also a producer, on her own short film, DARK LIGHT OF DAY, due out August of ’17. She is currently in pre-production on her sizzle reel for her upcoming feature, about moments in relationship, to be named. Add writer to this - “Scene and Heard” her former film news column for Motif, and she contributes features for Imagine Magazine in Boston as well.
Central to her, though is helping others to shine. Rosemary founded two very influential & active groups on the NE scene to help many in the acting field: The New England Kids Actors Group which educates parents about industry ethics and informs them of casting notices; and the Women Actors Workshop - where women perform for their peers to give and receive critique.
Her true passion remains acting. Her diversity can be seen in GIRL IN THE ATTIC, as “Miranda”, a caring, concerned foster mom, for which she was nominated for the Angel Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Web Series, and winning as part of the Best Ensemble Cast for the same series for this year’s LA Web Festival. She plays the lead psychological test giver in DEVICE, single mom “Melissa” in Laura Pepper’s FAIRFIELD FOLLIES, her most fun role, about a Christmas pageant put on by a bunch of zany village players. She can be seen in Woody Allen’s IRRATIONAL MAN as well.
Her most physically challenging role, was “Kathy” the mother of unstable, vindictive Anna Rizzo, in BLOOD PI. She also just shot the sci-fi film “ONE”, starring Lance Henriksen in Maine, in which she plays small town cop, Officer Mae Hayden, due out in ’17.
Doing all this while running a small craft and floral design company certainly does keep her busy. To keep up with her please visit her pages at:
My arts "education" comes from being a bartender for over 20 years. My film debut was a role where I portrayed a bartender dressed as a giant clam in the 2007 Rhode Island short comedy "Island Bound." I only got that role because I had the costume left over from Halloween. Having a leftover Halloween costume is a great way to break into acting. Having many Halloween costumes, in fact, has led me to get more than one credit in the wardrobe department.
The early success that I found with short films led me to take an “Auditioning for the Camera” class with the esteemed Rhode Island Casting Director, Anne Mulhall at LDI Casting. My work was so impressive there that I haven’t heard from her since. Playing various roles over the past 15+ years has led to many great experiences, from local premieres to the Toronto International Film Festival. Recent works include me playing a - you guessed it - bartender in the soon-to-be-released feature "Block Island," and "wildling" who begs for a magical smokeable substance from a beautiful siren in the middle of the woods in he film "Pseudo Love," by one of Rhode Island's best all around film guys Rajah Samaroos. looking forward I hope to continue being in the right place at the right time, keeping it real, and just being myself in life and on screen.
Born and raised in Rhode Island, Kelly Smith is a 1993 graduate of Cranston High School West. With degrees in both English and journalism from the University of Rhode Island, Kelly was a reporter and editor for several years before electing to stay home and raise her children. Though a journalist by trade, fictional writing has always been her passion and her first novel, That Goodbye Thing, is available on Amazon.
Besides writing, Kelly loves being around friends and family, watching Patriots football and listening to great music (especially live shows!). Her favorites range from bands like The Beatles and Maroon 5 to singer/songwriters such as Alanis Morissette and Billy Joel. Her hobbies include reading, making photo collages and dabbling in graphic art. She is also mildly obsessed with the color purple.
Kelly lives in Warwick, RI, with her husband Corey and their four children.
Mike Weiner comes to Unveiling from the world of stand up, improv, and sketch, although also has numerous acting credits in various web series, student films, and independent films. You can see Mike as Digger in the current web series Paragods. Other favorites include Jump, How to Kill Your Sister and Make Millions While Doing It, and Too Much Fun at the Longshorts. Mike has trained with Alessio Cappelletti and Tim Hillman, and is a graduate of the ImprovBoston comedy school. With over 100 credits, Mike refuses to remove any of them from his online resume, because each represents an important project to all involved.
Ryan has no bio. He was, at the time of shooting, a baby we simply borrowed...
Michael John "Duke" Robillard is an American guitarist and singer. He founded the band Roomful of Blues and was a member of the Fabulous Thunderbirds. Although Robillard is known as a rock and blues guitarist, he also plays jazz and swing.
In her solo debut, “Right Here Right Now” (Blue Duchess Records, 2012), she returned to her contemporary roots in a rocking, bluesy roots based recording that hit the airwaves arriving in the top 20 of the Living Blues chart, garnering praise from critics and fans worldwide. In 2013, she appeared as a guest on the lead track “It's All About Love” of Nuno Mindelis II's “Angels and Clowns” (Blue Duchess Records, 2013), which became a huge hit in Brazil and beyond. With the two new tracks, “Amapola/Moon of Manakoora” (Meadowtime Records, 2015), Sunny takes you back to the Tiki Lounge with The Duke Robillard Orchestra with two timeless songs that will transport you to another place and time. Featuring the legendary American jazz tenor saxophonist Scott Hamilton on “Amapola”, and Hawaiian steel guitarist Chris Davis on “The Moon of Manakoora”, this release is sure to please fans of jazz, blues, and swing and all things Tiki-related. Due out in September 2017, she will also be featured on two tracks of the new Duke Robillard release, titled “Duke and His Dames of Rhythm”. Sunny says, "Music has always been my greatest passion in life. I grew up listening to all kinds of music and knew I wanted to be a singer from a very early age. Working with Duke and the rest of these incredible musicians has made a life-long dream of mine come true".
Marilyn Archer is a graduate of UMass Dartmouth with degrees in Illustration and Design and Fine Art. Most recently completed degree in special effects at Joe Blasco, Florida special effects makeup School. Returned there in 2009 and taught Advanced color theory to special effects class. Last movie I did make up for as key makeup artist was the Gold man, which was shot in Florida. Ms. Archer has been a professional fashion model since she was a teenager. In addition to modeling, Marilyn is also painting murals and portraits.
Jen is a photographer who lives on Aquidneck Island. Her photography experience include:s special events, weddings, anniversaries, engagement photo sessions, families, children, senior portraits, corporate photography, school pictures, and lots of children's sports and activities. She also has experience leading a team photographers for large events
Margaret Wolf has been a fixture in the New England Indie Film scene for 20 years. She has over over 30 IMDb credits in various positions. Margee is always the first to ask if you need help no matter what the job and is presently perfecting her art of special effects make-up.