Gonella Productions

Gonella Productions




Genre: Comedy
Running Time: 10 minutes, 15 seconds
Year of production: 2018


Married couple Chelsea and Tim have made up their minds. They’re going to do it. With the children in bed, the chicken in the oven, and the wine on the table, all they need is the doorbell to ring so things can get interesting. What they don’t know is how interesting things will get when it rings a second time.


Production Company: Das Egg Productions
Film exports/World sales: Gonella Productions


Clem McIntosh (Tim)
Elisabeth Gray (Chelsea)
Zina Wilde (Stasia)
Walker Hare (William)


Director: Elisabeth Gray
Screenwriter: Elisabeth Gray
Producer: Elisabeth Gray and Clem McIntosh
Director of Photography: Cj Baker
Sound: Jalen Thompson
Editing: J. Enrique Manuel
Sound Editing: Kate Bilinski


Genre: Comedy
Sub-genre: romantic, sex, tragicomedy
Language: English
Country of origin: USA
Year of production: 2018
Total running time: 10 minutes, 15 seconds
Shooting format: RAW
Color type: Black and White
Aspect ratio: 16:9
Sound format: MP4


“The talented writer and actress Elisabeth Gray" (The New Yorker) was born and raised in the American South before moving to England to attend Oxford University. As an emerging female director, Gray has directed six short films featuring the talents of Amy Sedaris (Strangers with Candy, At Home with Amy Sedaris), Lee Tergesen (Oz, Weird Science), Gethin Anthony (NBC’s Aquarius, HBO’s Game of Thrones), Suzanne Bertish (Rome), John Behlmann (Riverdale), and Golden Globe nominee and theater legend Elizabeth Ashley (Treme). As a writer, Gray was a 2017 Finalist for the Made in NY Pilot Prize for her half hour comedy pilot The Monday Night Crowd, a show about a conservative couple from West Virginia moving to New York City and saving their marriage through the drag scene. An IFP Emerging Storyteller alum, Gray’s mockumentary web series Understudies, starring Richard Kind, David Rasche and Elizabeth Ashley was optioned as a pilot and her 2013 tragicomic short Socks and Bonds was a festival favorite that found its home on PBS. As a playwright, her plays have been translated into multiple languages and performed around the world. Most notably, her play Wish I Had a Sylvia Plath, a comedy about suicide, won the 2007 Fringe First Award for ‘Innovative and Outstanding New Writing’, an award shared with Tracey Letts.