AnnapurNa Sriram

Annapurna Sriram is from Nashville, Tennessee. As a teenager, she was a championship Irish Step Dancer and attended the Nashville School of the Arts until she was sent to a lockdown facility somewhere in Virginia. She graduated from Rutgers University with a BFA in acting from the Mason Gross School of the Arts.

Annapurna has appeared on the New Group Stage and on the West End in Jesse Eisenberg's play "The Spoils", and in the US premiere of Wallace Shawn's play "Evening at the Talkhouse”. Television credits include recurring roles in Billions, The Blacklist, and South of Hell. Feral is her first lead role in a narrative feature.


Andrew Wonder

Enlisted by MTV at age 17, Andrew Wonder was primed in under-the-gun filmmaking. Working along filmmakers like Paul Schrader & Harris Savides ASC, he’s developed new tools to bring film closer to humanity. His work has won an Emmy, Lion, Pencil and has been featured in the NY Times, CNN and NBC’s TODAY show.

His underground adventures with Steve Duncan, exploring subway tunnels, sewers and bridges lead to his viral short documentary, Undercity garnered over 3 million views, was an early Vimeo staff pick and has been internationally praised for its unique way of capturing these overlooked pieces of New York City’s history.


Alon Simcha

Alon Simcha is an independent producer based in New York. He produced the feature documentary SEED, directed by Andrew Wonder, which was one of Amazon’s first global releases. Associate producing credits include the feature documentary MARKIE IN MILWAUKEE, which received an Honorable Mention at the 2019 Slamdance Film Festival, and the narrative feature NOTES ON AN APPEARANCE, which premiered at the 2018 Berlinale and screened at the MoMA’s New Directors / New Films series.

A graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Alon began his career producing music videos and commercials. He has produced campaigns for Chevrolet, Microsoft, Prudential, and AT&T among other brands. His work has garnered multiple awards and nominations, including a Cannes Lion for the PSA on gun violence, One More Day.