Producer/Story concept

Suzanne DeLaurentiis

Producer, director, writer, and philanthropist Suzanne DeLaurentiis first entered the industry as an opera singer and actress, studying at Carnegie Hall, and performing in various Broadway and off-Broadway productions as well as television and film. She then spent the next thirty-five years in the industry shepherding the development of over a hundred feature films, television features, and documentaries. She is best known for her work on the award-winning mafia drama, “10th and Wolf,” written and directed by Oscar Winner Bobby Moresco. The film starred James Marsden, Giovanni Ribisi, and the late Dennis Hopper.

Some of her other feature credits include: “The Dark Tourist,” starring Melanie Griffith and Michel Cudlitz, “How Sweet It Is,” a musical comedy with Joe Piscopo, Paul Sorvino, and Erich Bergen, “A Month of Sundays,” a compelling drama starring the late Rod Steiger, and “Area 407,” the cult classic released by IFC Films.

She has been honored with many prestigious awards including: the Terry Scarlett Award for Filmmaking from the Marco Island Film Festival, the Distinguished Founders Award for Excellence in Filmmaking from the Palm Beach International

Film Festival, and the Opal Award from Women in Film. She was honored for Lifetime Achievement for Music in independent films by The Hollywood Fame Awards.

She recently released the award-winning horror/thriller feature titled, “D-Railed,” starring Lance Henriksen. She is currently in pre-production for a bio-pic drama about the infamous Frank Rizzo, mayor of Philadelphia. She is currently producing an epic love story/tragedy based on true events of the 1911 Triangle shirtwaist factory fire.

Suzanne devotes much of her spare time to raising money and awareness for veterans charities and developed a program that trains wounded veterans to work successfully in the film/television industry. In 2010, Suzanne Delaurentiis received a Commendation Medal from the United States Military for her support to the mental and financial well-being of veterans. This award is rarely given to civilians who are recognized for their significant and meritorious achievement.

Executive Producer

Regina Rene Lines

Regina Rene Lines entered the entertainment industry at a young age as a professional dancer and actress. She later became a talent agent for a well-respected children’s agency. She spearheaded the development of the adult division for the agency and was responsible for successfully jumpstarting the careers of many actors.

She served as an executive producer for the award-winning suspense thriller, “D-Railed,” starring Lance Henriksen. She will be a producer on “Triangle,” an epic love story/tragedy based on true events surrounding the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire in 1911, slated for production in 2020. Regina is also currently developing the true story of her Grandmother’s heroic journey from Mexico to America in 1944.

Executive Producer

Gerri Rothschild

Gerri Rothschild is a passionate advocate for children’s causes! She has been involved for years with the “Children’s Grossman Burn Center, Something Yellow and No Kid Hungry.” Both, giving of her time and finances. As a favorite quote that Gerri takes personally “Children are our future!”


Everette Wallin

Everette Wallin is an actor, writer, and director born in Memphis, Tn. As an actor living in Los Angeles, he has been in hit television shows such as HBO’s DeadWood and Newsroom, ABC’s Miracles, CBS’ NCIS, and FOX’s Bones and Rosewood. He has written several produced screenplays, as well as the award-winning feature film D-RAILED. As a director he co-helmed the film “Area 407”, a successful feature distributed by IFC Midnight. He is currently a writer and producer on the epic love story drama, “Triangle,” based on true events surrounding the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist factory fire.



Dale has long been using his imagination and visual sensibilities to communicate and tell stories.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Dale studied at the Art Center College of Design. As an honored graduate, Dale continued his post-grad work as a young, award-winning Art Director/Designer while pursuing his passion as a filmmaker. Dale’s formal training in art and design eventually helped pave the way for him as a visual storyteller. His transition from design to directing was a natural and swift evolution.

As a director, Dale has produced and directed numerous, award-winning films and projects (100 Yards 2017, Lonely Boy 2013, Area 407 2012) as well as a variety of music videos, industrial films, infomercials, and live theater productions. D-Railed, a horror/thriller that Dale directed, has picked up over 31 wins and nominations on the film festival circuit, including two wins for Best Director.

Regardless of genre – drama, action or comedy, Dale strives to entertain by telling uncompromising stories about the power, strength and often flawed character of the human spirit.

Dale currently reside’s in LA working as a freelance director and is developing a number of film and tv projects.

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