No More Wasted Kisses Production Crew
Charles Stanley - Director
Charles’ cinematic skills are easily evident in his production, the award winning “Epiphany.” A distinctive style particular to his craft makes Charles’ work desirable. He served as Director of Photography on the award winning short movie “Banished Misfortune,” the award-winning documentary Pray’s Passion, the strikingly recorded documentary You Bet We’re Going Back to Sea – The S.S. John W. Brown and the award winning fictional work The Last Dive. Charles marked his Directorial debut with the release of WDC, LLC's first feature length movie Beaches, Buns, and Bikinis starring Ron Jeremy. Taking his craft as a Director to a new level, Charles wrote and directed the five part web comedy The Front Desk. Charles encourages discussion and nurtures passion for independent production through 3AM Films and its website.
Matt Jenkins - Executive Producer, Writer
A year after his campy short picture Mirror Man was unceremoniously rejected from the Brooklyn Underground Film Festival, Matt received a sincere apology from the festival programmers asking if they could screen this epic. Realizing producing short movies and documentaries wasn’t enough, in 2010 Matt made the leap into independent features with the satirical Beaches, Buns and Bikinis. No More Wasted Kisses represents this continuation of a love for a good story and producing the best possible movie on a micro budget. Jenkins is known for his independent and minimalist approach to movie-making.
Dan Perrin - Producer
Dan likes to build stuff. It doesn’t matter what it is, he will build something out of it. So he gets to build any props the movie needs. In Beaches, Buns and Bikinis Dan built the crab shack. He designed it so it could be taken down each night and put up again each morning.
Dan also acts. He discovered his thespian abilities when he started acting in short movies being produced in Houston, Texas. We think he likes the notoriety as he discovered when he was ordering from a drive through window at a Baytown, Texas Jack in the Box and someone inside yells at him “Hey aren’t you that guy that made the movie with Ron Jeremy?"
Tiffany Burns - Director of Continuity, Camera, everything
Tiffany Burns has held a passion for movies since she was a little girl. Loving the entirety of the movie experience she jumped at the chance to assist with a production from behind the scenes. Feeding her need for exciting experiences and insistence on attention to detail, the movie making experience has quickly become one of her new passions.
Alexis Hagen - Director of Photography
Erica Wilson - Traxler - Audio Operator
Victoria Jenkins - Location Photography
Victoria Jenkins started acting when she was twelve. She starred as Secret Agent 12 and a ½, keeping the world safe for hip-hop in the short movie Houston. The film review web site Candy for Bad Children remarked Victoria was the “best thing about the movie.” The Bare Bones Film Festival recognized Victoria’s acting by nominating her for the Best Rising Star Youth Actor award.
Also, Victoria received a nomination for Best Actress in a Feature from the Bare Bones Film Festival for her portrayal of Sarah in The Secret of Sarah Pennington.
Now Victoria’s art, her writing, and her acclaimed photography take center stage.
Jacob Smith - Production Assistance