Alicia Barrett (Sarah Thomas)

Colin Turtle (Dan Quinn)

Emma Gruttadauria (Colleen Quinn)

Matthew James Cogswell (Auto Mechanic/Car Thief)
Matthew James Cogswell is an actor and member of both the Screen Actors Guild and AFTRA who has appeared in over 30 feature films and television shows. He is also a martial artist with teaching certificates, and a weapons enthusiast. Married with five children, he lives in Tiverton, Rhode Island with his wife and two Labradors. He is currently finishing his second screenplay and in his spare time plots world domination.

Gigi Raines (Bank Teller)

RD Sahl (News Anchor)
RD Sahl is a veteran broadcast journalist who left the newsroom for the classroom. He's a Visiting Professor in the Communication College at Boston University. Sahl has covered stories around the block and around the world. His assignments have taken him to nearly a dozen countries including post-earthquake Haiti. He keeps a toe in broadcast journalism as a Special Correspondent for Boston-based NECN - the country's largest regional news network.


Sam Kauffmann (Director, Writer)
In 2009, Sam Kauffmann was named a Guggenheim Fellow in Creative Arts—Film. He is a professor at Boston University, where he teaches film production and editing. He recently completed a film that uncovers the biases and inherent unfairness of the SAT and ACT tests for admission to US colleges and Universities, called Act Out Against SAT. His film Kids Living with Slim (2010) won the prestigious CINE Golden Eagle Award in the US, and has been shown all over Africa, the Middle East and North America. In 2007 he made Massacre at Murambi, which aired on the PBS series P.O.V. It won top prizes and was screened at festivals all over the world, including the Seattle International Film Festival, Slamdance, Media That Matters, and the African World Documentary Film Festival. In 2006, he was selected as a Senior Fulbright Specialist and taught video production at the National University of Rwanda. In 2004, he was a Fulbright Scholar, teaching production at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda. His films have been screened at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, The White House and aired on network television, PBS, and local stations throughout America.

Valerie Krulfeifer (Editor)
Valerie Krulfeifer attended film school at Boston University's Department of Film & Television, where she concentrated on editing and post-production. Editor of two undergraduate thesis films while at BU, she also competed with fifty others in the American Cinema Editors student editing competition. Valerie worked in Manhattan as a post-production intern for the production companies Blonde & Co. (in 2010) and TwitchPost (in 2011) before graduating and moving to Los Angeles where she now works as a post-production assistant for Trailer Park.

Helena Bowen (Director of Photography)
Helena Bowen is a freelance camera assistant, DIT, and (reluctant) production assistant in Los Angeles, California. Where's the Bloody Money? was a great opportunity to brush off her light meter and get behind the camera again before making the big move to Hollywood. She loved working with her talented friends from BU and one of her favorite university professors, Sam Kauffmann, as well as the Sony PMW-F3, to which she has the same affection as a first born child. Since moving to LA, Helena's most exciting job was 2nd Assistant Camera on In Security (look for it on IMDb) and since then, she has been fortunate enough to be taken under the wing of the 2012 class of the American Film Institute. She would like to thank Boston University for all the opportunities and connections it has brought her. She would be dead in the water without them!

Trevor Taylor (Gaffer)
Trevor Taylor is currently a freelance camera assistant and aspiring cinematographer in Los Angeles. He loved the opportunity to chase lumens for director Sam Kauffmann and director of photography Helena Bowen on the Where's the Bloody Money? He has since worked on a variety of shows in a variety of positions, including director of photography on a short film called A Lost Tune, coming soon to festivals near you.

Kate Brown (Associate Producer & Production Manager)
Kate is an earnest storyteller who enjoys working on fiction and nonfiction films. She grew up developing photographs in the darkroom and has always produced investigative images that flip stereotypes on end, challenging the viewer to look beyond the surface. Kate studied documentary filmmaking and investigative reporting at the University of Oregon, and she is now earning her MFA at Boston University. She is in preproduction for her thesis film, which will be shot in July of 2012.

Timothy Bussey (Composer)
Film composer Timothy Bussey has collaborated with Sam Kauffmann on several recent projects, including the 2010 documentary Kids Living With Slim, and the 2011 short SAT + ACT = Unfair and Biased?. A 2008 graduate of Berklee College of Music (B.M., Film Scoring, Summa Cum Laude), Tim now works on staff in the Film Scoring department. Since then, he has served as the composer on several film projects across the country and locally in the Boston area.