The Story

SHARE is a short narrative film following JOHN and ABBY, a young couple wrestling with the decision whether or not to take their relationship to a deeper level by using a technology known as “sharing”. The tech not only allows for people to record everything about their experience – all their thoughts, emotions, memories, and desires – but to also share that digital memory with another person in perfect fidelity so they can see that other person’s entire life in a digital instant.

However, like any technology, it isn’t without its pitfalls, something John experienced first hand in his previous relationship. As Abby and John debate whether or not to take the step in their own relationship, John is driven to go back and connect with his previous partner to find out what really caused their relationship to fall apart after his previous share. Forced to come to terms with what happened before and what may likely happen again, John must accept what the “sharing” can and can’t do – and how no matter what his decision, his relationship with Abby will never be the same again.

While it uses sci-fi elements to set the stage for the couple’s conflict, at it’s heart the story is a drama about the challenges of intimacy that have forever been part of the human experience.


Samantha Whittaker

Actor (Abby)

After studying English literature at University College London, Samantha went on to a career in acting. She has worked extensively on stage in such productions as Trevor Nunn’s Hamlet at Kevin Spacey’s Old Vic Theatre, and works in television both in the UK and the US. She has appeared in such shows as Happiness, Canterbury Tales, CSI Miami, Stephen Poliakoff’s Gideon’s Daughter, and TOUCH, the new Tim Kring/Kiefer Sutherland series for Fox. She also recently completed the short Scenes of an Adult Nature, which is her third project as a writer. Her previous films Sewn Up and Marigolds have been given five stars by the BBC film site and have won awards at festivals in the US and UK.

    James Wagner

    Actor (John)

    James Wagner was recently seen as Tripp in Other Desert Cities at the Fusion Theatre Company, Richard in Bad Evidence at the Elephant Theatre Company, and Rod in Cost of the Erection at the Blank Theatre Company. He also originated the role of Weber in the world premiere of Theresa Rebeck’s What We’re Up Against at the Magic theatre in San Francisco. Other regional credits include New Jerusalem at LA Theatre Works, Very Still and Hard to See at the Production Company, Secret Order at San Jose Rep, Mauritius at The Magic Theatre, A Christmas Carol at the American Conservatory Theatre, Betrayed and The Busy World is Hushed at the Aurora Theatre, and Beauty and the Beast at the B-street theatre.  Some favorite shows include Candida,  David Copperfield,  A Midsummer Night’s DreamThe Reluctant DoctorTelephus, The Rainmaker, The Best Little Whorehouse in TexasThe Glass MenagerieThe Flying DoctorMother Courage, & How to Succeed in Business. His list of 30 short and feature film credits include lead roles in The Invisible Forest & To Dreams of Falling Upward by Antero Alli. Wagner has an M.F.A. from The American Conservatory Theatre and can be found online at

      Allison McAtee

      Actor (Kate)

      Allison McAtee was born in Erie Pennsylvania. She studied at Carnegie Mellon University and has a degree in Theatre from the University of Pittsburgh. She is a recent Los Angeles transplant via New York City. While in New York, Allison appeared Off-Broadway in several shows including the award winning: Confessions as a Wonder Babe. Most recently seen as a lead in the Hallmark Channel's: Elevator Girl, she has also had supporting roles in the films: Iron Man and Quentin Tarrantino's: Hell Ride. Allison has Guest Starred on numerous Television shows - most recent credits include: Castle, Trust Me, Life, CSI, CSI: Miami, Ghost Whisperer and Ugly Betty.

        Billy Harvey

        Actor (Paul)

        Billy Harvey is an actor and musician. He starred in 2011's “Strings” and over the course of that festival season “Strings” won multiple awards including ‘Best Ensemble Cast’ ‘Best Song (for Harvey’s own song “The Greatest Escape”)’ ‘Best Director’ and ‘Best Cinematography’. His second Role in a feature film follows his character ‘Simon’ on a fantastical journey of self-discovery and comes by way of the Indy film “The Taiwan Oyster”. Shot on location across the island of Taiwan, “The Taiwan Oyster” is a beautifully poignant and darkly humorous road story. Premiering at the SXSW film fest to rave reviews, "The Taiwan Oyster" is currently on the festival circuit.


          Jason Lange

          Writer / Director

          Jason is a Los Angeles based filmmaker that has been a producer and the Director of Photography on both seasons of the cable TV series Sex, God, Rock 'n Roll, co-produced, shot, and edited the award winning documentary Awakening World, and is co-director of photography on the forthcoming Ken Wilber Biography Project.

          Jason loves all things related to filmmaking, technology, and personal transformation. Whether at the art house or the multiplex, he is drawn to stories that explore the continuing evolution of what it means to be human and the unique ways in which filmmaking can offer us new perspectives on ourselves, our culture, and the world.

          Jason currently runs the media production company Attention Engine and co-hosts the podcast The Seventh Kingdom which explores "The Human Side of Technology."

            Michael Lockridge

            Director of Photography

            Michael is a Los Angeles based Director of Photography and member of the International Cinematographers Guild IATSE Local #600. What attracted Michael at first to film was first and foremost story, and he has taken this revere for story and used it in his application towards cinematography.

            Michael has worked as a Director of Photography on commercials, music videos and documentaries.  He has recently shot commercials for Filler Magazine, American Express, HTC, Playstation, GM, Anthem blue Cross, The California Dairy Industry, Google, and most recently Wells Fargo and ESPN.  He also frequently camera operates on the show Last Call with Carson Daly on NBC.

              Stefan Vino-Figueroa


              Stefan, originally from Miami, FL, has produced a variety of short films, documentaries, TV Pilots and Commercials.

              His very first endeavor into short films was "Gunn Highway," a film that looked into the psyche of an individual who wasn't exactly as he first appeared. Stefan produced and directed the film which went on to win "Best Local Production" at the Gasparilla Film Festival in Tampa, FL.

              Stefan moved out to Los Angeles 3 years ago to continue to pursue his Producing and Directing career. Since then he produced and directed "Otis," a dark comedy about a teenaged serial killer in the style of Dexter meets the Wonder Years. He is currently in the process of pitching this project to multiple studios and producers.

                Alex Gibson


                Alex Gibson is a Artist, Producer, Mixer, Engineer and Brand Developer. He has worked with some of the biggest names in music, including Ringo Starr, Van Halen, David Lee Roth, Sting, and Bon Jovi, as well as other talents such as Stuart Davis and Echo Echo. The production teams he has been a part of have been responsible for sales of over 25 million albums worldwide. He has worked with brands like Nike, Volvo, Apple and HBO in various capacities.

                Alex began his journey in Florida and made his way to Los Angeles via Boston where he studied at Berklee College of Music. He started off in LA as a staff engineer at A&M Studios and stayed with the facility as it made the transition to Henson Recording Studios, where he eventually became the Chief Engineer.

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