Sloan Grant(s) Won:
2012, Lab Fellowship, Sundance Institute
2014, Sloan Fast Track, Film Independent
Mathematics, Medicine, Engineering
Joe, a programmer and obsessive self-quantifier, risks losing his marriage when he models the personality for a digital voice on his wife, Emily.
Joe is a programmer who is obsessed with data. His mastery of data usually serves him well at work where he designs the personalities for IVRs—the digital customer service voices that have replaced call centers around the world. Under pressure to design a voice that conveys empathy, Joe convinces his wife Emily, the most empathetic person he knows, to be the template for his newest voice, decoding and analyzing her natural behavior. As Emily grows and changes as a person, Joe must decide if he prefers the predictable, digital version of his wife, or if he can embrace her and his own unpredictable human nature.Bio
Logan Kibens is a Sundance Screenwriters Lab fellow and recipient of the HBO/DGA Directing Fellowship (working on shows such as True Blood, Entourage and The Newsroom). Logan was selected as one of Film Independent’s Project:Involve fellows after completing her CalArts thesis film, “Recessive”. She is also an award-winning projections designer for theatre and dance.
Felipe A. Dieppa
Felipe Dieppa entered the film industry as an actor at the age of six, originating the voices for several notable children’s cartoon characters. Most recently, Felipe produced Trouble Dolls and executive produced Shut Up And Drive, both alongside Starstream Entertainment where he later worked as the Director of Productions.
Sharon Greene is a screenwriter, playwright and ensemble member of The Neo-Futurists, writing, directing and performing in their cult hit, Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind in both New York and Chicago. She received her MFA from USC’s Writing for She currently teaches screenwriting at Interlochen Arts Camp and works in the Story Dept. at Relativity Media.