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David Silverman 12DAVID MARSHALL SILVERMAN (writer/director/producer)

David was handed a video camera in middle school and given free reign to make his own films. The joy and sense of freedom he felt as a twelve year old filmmaker has not left him. David went on to study motion picture production at University of Miami, winning Best Film for WILLARD (writer/director) in the Canes Film Festival. While at UM, David double-majored in creative writing and studied under legendary novelist, James Michener. David relocated from South Florida to Atlanta, where he began his career as a professional actor. A member of SAG/AFTRA and Actors Equity Association, David has appeared in scores of plays, industrial films and television commercials. Most recently, David was featured in Ava Duvernay’s MLK biopic SELMA, produced by Brad Pitt and Oprah Winfrey and acted opposite Harrison Ford in ANCHORMAN: THE LEGEND CONTINUES. He recently completed an episode of BET’s hour long drama BEING MARY JANE, starring Gabrielle Union. Other TV appearances include USA’s NECESSARY ROUGHNESS, Lifetime’s DROP DEAD DIVA and Cartoon Network’s YOUR PRETTY FACE IS GOING TO HELL. David was named Best Actor by Atlanta’s Creative Loafing Magazine and received a Maverick Movie Award for Best Actor for his role in Cakebaby’s MY GOOD FORTUNE. David began producing in Atlanta with his play, LOSERS, followed by WAITING: A RESTAURANT DRAMA. Shortly after, he began to produce films beginning with THE HORSE & PONY SHOW (writer/producer), and then FREAKSHOW (writer/producer) teaming up with DP Tim Glover and actor Steve Coulter. THE TEDIOUS EXISTENCE OF TERRELL B. HOWELL (director/producer) was David’s first collaboration with his wife Kelly Young-Silverman (together, they formed Cakebaby Productions). Since then, Cakebaby has produced five additional short films, and each has had a robust festival run. David currently teaches Film Studies at The Lovett School in Atlanta, and serves as the festival director for The Lovett School High School Film Fest.

Kelly Young-Silverman (writer/director/producer)

Kelly has been involved in professional film and theatre for over ten years as an actor, writer, director, producer and educator.  Her work ranges from screenplays and stage plays to children’s stories and young adult novels. Some of her work includes FAMILY PHOTOS for which Kelly won the Dajero Play Festival’s Best New Writer and Best Actor Awards, and the short film, THE TEDIOUS EXISTENCE OF TERRELL B. HOWELL, based on her original story.

In 2009, Kelly co-founded Cakebaby Productions with her husband, actor/filmmaker, David Marshall Silverman.  Through Cakebaby, Kelly and David have written, directed and produced several award-winning short films, and have had their worked screened nationally at prestigious festivals.  Kelly made her directorial debut with the film, TOO LATE NOW.

Kelly has a background in digital advertising and marketing. She is a member of The Working Title Writer’s Group, Riff Raff and an avid volunteer at Georgia Homeless Pets. She has collaborated with Actor’s Express, Essential Theatre, Push Push Theatre, Mad Mouth Media, Fishbelly Moon Productions, Paper Bag Productions and Blank Stage writers group. She is currently working on several writing projects including the short film, THROWING STONES, and COMATOSE, her second young adult novel.  Kelly’s first novel, PRESSURED, is currently making its rounds with agents and publishers and her children’s book MAN IN THE MOON is slated to be published in 2014.