CAST & CREW
Mark Bakaitis is an independent film and music video director. After multiple ARIA nominations for his music videos throughout the 90's, his first feature film- Narcosys, won Best Film at the Melbourne Underground Film Festival (2000). It received international distribution through Vanguard Entertainment.
An Evening with Mark Chopper Read (2013), documented Chopper's last ever public appearance before his death. Punk documentary - Why Do People Hate Us? (2016) won "Best Director" and "Best Documentary" in The Setting Sun Short Film Festival, as well as official selection in St Kilda Film Festival, Punkfilmfest Berlin and Revelation Perth International.
Cult Girls, a feature film was shot in Lithuania/ Germany/ Australia. Post Production was completed in Los Angles in 2019. The film premiered at Monster Fest 2019.
Jane Badler is an American actress and singer. She is best known for her role as Diana, the chief antagonist in NBC's science fiction series, V. Badler also appeared in ABC's "reimagined" version of V in 2011.
Following V, Badler co-starred with José Ferrer in the made-for-TV supernatural thriller Covenant. She guest-starred as Meredith Braxton throughout the 1986–87 season of the CBS primetime soap opera Falcon Crest. Her other guest appearances included Riptide, Hotel and Murder She Wrote.
Jane played the role of Tania Winthrop in the short-lived action-adventure series The Highwayman. She travelled to Australia to play agent Shannon Reed in the 1980s revival of Mission Impossible.
Finnish Australian- Saara Lamberg is a director, actor, writer and producer. Saara has received several awards for her work, including a Bronze prize at the Beverly Hills screenplay contest (Hollywood 2013), Best Actor at Comfy Shorts (Melbourne 2014), Best Drama at the Connect Film Festival (Melbourne 2014) and Best Actor (Lithuania 2004).
Having made five short films previously, Innuendo was her first feature. Saara wrote, directed and produced the film in which she plays the lead. Innuendo has recently received a theatrical release from Umbrella Entertainment.
Dean Kirkright didn't find acting until the age of 24 when he fell in the deep end landing a guest spot on popular television drama - Blue Heelers. Dean went on to tackle guest parts on Home and Away, Blue Water High, Neighbours and Offspring.
The past few years has seen Kirkright tackle protagonist characters in independent feature films, Blood Hunt, Newman and most recently Experience The Knowing. In 2014 Kirkright co-starred opposite Tara Reid in the exciting Aussie Horror film, Charlie's Farm which was released in Australia on December the 4th 2014.
Kirkright started shooting his 4th protagonist character in Samuel McDermott's new Drama/ Sci-Fi film, The Green Woman in Dec 2014. He was lucky enough to be cast as Major Frederick Tubb inch 7's new Gallipoli VC Hero's mini-series, aired in 2015.
Albert Goikhman is an actor from the Russian Theatre in Melbourne. He's starred in hundreds of short films and features. A humbled performer, he loves working in the industry and has a passion for excellence and a disciplined work ethic which he brings to every project he's a part of.
Albert's performance of Moloch in the film was intense. During shooting in the forest, he isolated himself from cast and crew, which added to his character's sense of dark mystery.
Cult Girls post-production was completed under the support and guidance of Executive Producer - Doug Kaplan at All Edge Entertainment, Santa Monica, L.A, May 2019.
All Edge Entertainment handled VFX, Grading, Foley and Sound Mix.
The Re-Recording Mixer was Jonathan Miller, who has worked on films including - Don’t Breathe, Independence Day, Trainspotting, Evil Dead (2013) and Hellraiser II and III.