After appearing in films and television shows as an actor, most notably Richard Linklater’s Suburbia, Sam Raimi’s Spiderman, and Tom McCarthy’s The Station Agent, Jayce Bartok was inspired to write and star in The Cake Eaters. Jayce’s critically acclaimed feature screenplay debut, was directed by Mary Stuart Masterson, stars Kristen Stewart, and premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. He is currently directing Fall to Rise (previously titled Tiny Dancer) and has two more screenplays in development: Dream Country (based on the novel by Luanne Rice) and Red River, a dark thriller about mysterious drownings in Wisconsin. His past credits include co-director and producer of the award-winning documentary, Altered By Elvis, about lives changed by the King of Rock ‘n Roll, director of the short films Sunburn, Jack and Paul and Stricken, starring Hayley Mills, and writer of the SXSW winning short, Little Pumpkin. Jayce is a regular contributor to MovieMaker Magazine, and can be seen in the up coming films Price Check and The Longest Week, as well on USA’s White Collar as Devlin.
Tiffany received her BFA in theater from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Following a move to New York City, Tiffany worked consistently as an actress but soon discovered a talent for makeup artistry. She began to sharpen her skills on celebrities and film crews. Ultimately, the draw of the film world was contagious and Tiffany made the decision to direct and produce original films including her award winning documentary Altered By Elvis, and the short film Little Pumpkin, which screened at the prestigious SXSW festival. She was also selected as a finalist for the AFI’s Directing Workshop for Women. Her out of the box producing talents have been the subject of a New York Times Arts Section feature. She has been a past jury member for the Memphis International Film Festival and the Vail Film Festival. Recent projects include producing Fall to Rise (previously titled Tiny Dancer) and Red River for Vinyl Foote Productions, as well as developing Vinyl Foote’s new media division which to date has produced over a dozen spots for the web.