|CHARLIE RECKSIECK (film score,
& THE BIGFELLAS (recorded
Charlie wrote the film's score and other music seen throughout the
movie. His band, The Bigfellas, also appear in the film.
The Bigfellas are a San Diego band known for semi-irreverent originals
on their CD "Chubbed Up" (Amazon.com).
soundtrack CD, planned for a 2012 Winter
release. You can also follow Charlie on Twitter at www.twitter.com/thebigfellas
|DANIELLE PEIG (choreography)
Danielle is a Los Angeles based choreographer and dancer. She
studied at the London Contemporary Dance School and has created dozens
of cutting-edge and challenging pieces.
|PATRICK HORVATH (animation)
Patrick is an award-winning animator and director of Die-Ner (Get It?) and Entrance. Beyond writing
screenplays, he has a distinctive animation style & his creations
for Don't Change The Subject will also be seen in a comic book on the
subject of suicide, written for the film. The comic will be
available on this website in the coming months. You can follow
Patrick on his Twitter feed at http://twitter.com/patrickhorvath
|DUNCAN TRUSSELL (stand-up comedy)
Duncan is a successful
standup comic from Southern California who tours across the
country. He can be seen appearing with legendary comedians via
funnyordie.com and you may have seen him on Curb Your Enthusiasm or MadTV. You can follow his
goings-on via his Twitter
page or listen to his weekly podcast, The Lavender Hour.
|LUCENT DOSSIER (clowns)
Lucent Dossier is an avant-garde circus, band, performance troupe and
entertainment company. They perform in theaters and festivals all
over the world.
|BRIAN FINKELSTEIN (playwright)
Excepts of Brian's play, "The First Day Off in a Long Time" was featued
in Don't Change The Subject. He
is a comedic writer/performer who can regularly be seen at the Moth and
Upright Citizen Brigade Theater in Los Angeles.
|JESSELYNN DESMOND (performer)
ROGER FOJAS (performer)
Roger and Jesselynn are incredibly talented
longtime members of the performance group Lucent Dossier. We
can't tell you exactly what they do in the movie. But it's
|CARNIVAL (dance event)
"Carnival" is a tremendous, regular choreographers event in Los Angeles
where top dancers, choreographers and music stars come together to see
brand new dance pieces in a festive environment.