Director, Screenwriter & Producer
Originally from Chicago, Illinois, Lindsay moved west to Salt Lake City, Utah to complete her doctorate in clinical psychology. She is the founding director of the Christmas Box House, a center for at-risk children who have been removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect or abandonment. A champion of women's issues, Lindsay attended Cambridge University in England to complete a thesis on the Unmarried Woman's Role in Victorian Society. Her clinical research has primarily focused on the developmental implications of sexual trauma in an adolescent female population, shedding much-needed light on young women's issues. In her clinical practice, Dr. Wilner frequently came across women clients who were wrestling with midlife crisis. After having one of her own, she pursued a different career path as a screenwriter of narrative films. Ledge Dweller, the movie, is dedicated to all women who seek rebirth in middle age.
Frank E. Johnson
Frank E. Johnson, ASC, has been in the motion picture business for over 35 years, beginning as a cameraman in the U.S. Air Force, where he photographed Apollo 11's return to earth after the moon landing. His early career in Hollywood consisted of shooting and directing documentaries and corporate films, including Billy Graham's Evangelistic Association's World Wide Pictures. Among Johnson's television credits are The A Team, Wiseguy, Walker, Texas Ranger, and Touched By An Angel. His feature film credits include Amazing Racer, The Last Reunion, The Taking of Beverly Hills, and Predator. Johnson has been nominated for numerous cinematography and directing awards and is a member of the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) and the Director's Guild of America (DGA). He recently directed the feature film, V-Force, starring Bruce Dern and Billy Zane. In 2017, Johnson produced a documentary, Bruno, about an iconic Hall of Fame wrestler, Bruno Sammartino. He is now committed to bringing the independent film, Ledge Dweller, to the screen.
Hadley Becker Saber
Hadley was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. Inspired by arts and culture at an early age, she began acting classes with Cate Praggastis, a well-known casting director in the film industry. As a child model and actress with the McCarty Talent Agency, she gained exposure through her roles in local and national television commercials, fashion runway experience, and print and digital media. In her teens, Hadley moved to France to learn a new language and culture. While abroad, she developed an appreciation for pushing the boundaries of her knowledge and identity, and sought out opportunities for personal growth. After living in cultural hubs across the U.S., including Boston, Washington, D.C., and Austin, Hadley returned to Salt Lake City to plant roots and raise a family. She has served on several community boards, chaired many charitable fundraising events, and now focuses her efforts to produce independent films.