Brian Wiebe - WRITER/DIRECTOR/PRODUCER
When he awakens in the morning, he looks at his wife and longs to stay curled up beside her, and sometimes through out the day, longs for when they both return home, and watch a movie or one of their favorite shows or, better yet, talk about what they long for. He longs to earn and to provide, to create stories and share images, to occupy his mind and his time, to be with his friends and laugh, to be a good person.
Michelle Gnau - PRODUCER
Michelle Gnau has produced over 20 award winning short films and music videos through out the Midwest. A Good Person is her first feature film.
Corey Powers - DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Corey Powers is a freelance Cinematographer based in Chicago, IL. He has shot over 25 short films, and A Good Person is his second feature film. His commercial cinematography includes numerous web series for the Second City Network and documentaries for NFL Films.
Casey Puccini - WILL
Casey Puccini is an award winning filmmaker and performer based out of Chicago. His solo and collaborative work has been screened at The Gene Siskel Film Center, Chicago; C-Space Gallery, Beijing; ReelHeart International FIlm Festival, Toronto; Brooklyn Museum, New York; Minneapolis Underground Film Festival and more. He is currently a part-time faculty member in the Film, Video, New Media and Animation Department of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Christine Vrem-Ydste - ANNE
Christine Vrem-Ydstie is a film, TV and theatre actress represented by Grossman & Jack Talent. Since arriving in Chicago in 2011, Christine has appeared in several feature films and has worked with Chicago storefront mainstays Profiles Theatre Co., Red Tape Theatre Co. and Theater Wit, among others. More information at
Walter Briggs - TOM
Walter is a native of Royal Oak, MI. His TV/Film credits include; Jessica, A Good Person, Ballad, Older Children, The Express, and The West Wing. Recent Theatre credits include: The Glass Menagerie, (Mary-Arrchie), Romeo Juliet, 12 Nights (The Hypocrites/ART), and Hit The Wall (The Inconvenience). Walter is a founding member of The Inconvenience Artistic Syndicate, and is an ensemble member with The Hypocrites. A 2013 recipient of a Joseph Jefferson award for best supporting actor in a play, he has worked with: A Red Orchid Theatre, Steep Theater, Chicago Shakespeare, Chicago Children's Theater, The House, Shaking the Tree (Miami), and About Face among others. Walter earned his BFA from the CCPA at Roosevelt University.