Executive Producer & Writer
Jean Wescott is a writer and stand-up comedian who has performed at Standup New York, The Comedy Cellar and The Treehouse Comedy Club in Connecticut. She is one of the all-time top rated writers at the online comedy writing resource www.Comedywire.com under her comedy persona, Bryce Morganthau. As an investigative journalist and published author, Jean co-authored The Midas Touch along with James Cummins. She is also a song writer/singer who traveled the country for 10 years performing with various bands. Jean also created a company called Balloon-a-Tune, a singing telegram company, where she spent five years writing custom song parodies for various individuals and occasions.
Andrew Arango Kennedy
Producer & Host
Jean Wescott reached out to comedian Andrew Kennedy to host the Big Little Film Show. Since we had all found ourselves locked in our homes for well over a year, the thought of creating a show that could be produced in our homes (and to be shared with in yours) seemed -brilliant. Andrew Kennedy is a comedian who promotes diversity and inclusion through comedy. Focusing his humor through the unique lens of a Colombian-born, naturalized citizen, who speaks perfect Spanish, and yet looks completely white. Andrew developed, produced, and starred in his very own sitcom pilot for CBS and his Comedy Central Presents comedy special was voted one of that network's top twenty.
Editor & Producer
An editor with his own in-home studio, Frank was waiting for Jean to reach out to him during the pandemic and put him to work. "Conie Cone" was Frank's first comedy animation and was featured on NBC's "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" in 2008. There began Frank's career as an animator. Winner of a 2012 Slamdance Social Shorties Award, Frank animated and produced "South 'Rut'." This South Park parody was produced for 4 time Emmy-winning, "Late Night with David Letterman comedy writer Sandy Frank. 'TV CLOWN: the True Story of Flippo": was written, directed, edited and produced by Frank. This feature documentary that chronicles the life of TV pioneer Bob Marvin, premiered at the Ohio Historical Society in 2008, also in the Paley Center for Media (NYC, LA) collections. He Created the first American TV/Film Production non-profit, 501(3) (c) corporation called Colossal Amusements Corporation.