|UNCLE BUZZY'S HOUSE|
|Cast: ||Christina Vinsick, Maurice Singletary, Lizzy Brooks, Rod Singleton|
|Crew: ||Producers: Christina Vinsick, David Impicciatore - DP/Editor: David Impicciatore - AD: Ali Read - Sound: Brian Millard, Bob Vinsick - Assoc. Producers: Lon & Joanna Blais
Taken in by a loving uncle, three disparate "cousins" challenge the line between blood and chosen family.
Kristine Niven is an actor/improvisor, writer and producer living in New York City. For twenty years, she was the artistic/producing director of Artistic New Directions, a non-profit theatre company, where she established a development program for new works. She now serves as artistic co-director. Kristine recently completed a term as the administrative director of the Second City Training Center in New York, for which she continues to serve as a consultant. She has served as Line Producer, Associate Producer, Company Manager and General Manager of numerous theatre companies and off-broadway productions. In 2015 she directed the original play Poppy's House, which was subsequently developed for screen as Uncle Buzzy's House, marking her debut as a film director.
Christina Vinsick is a New York actress, host and director. She is the founder and president of Folded Leaf Productions. She wrote, directed and starred in the feature film Whisper Me a Lullaby, which won Best Feature Film honors at Big Apple Film Festival 2011. In 2015 she won Best Actress in a Comedy Short at Brightside Festival for Growth Spurt, which she also produced. Poppy's House, her playwright debut, was adapted for screen as the short film Uncle Buzzy's House and is currently in development as a feature film. In Folded Leaf's newest offering, Christina hosts Gluten Free Food Files, released digitally in 2016. An adventurist and former internationally competitive rock climber, she has a passion for nature. When she's not on the set, Christina is a Life Coach, mentor and youth drama instructor.