about the crew
DIRECTOR / WRITER
Nathaniel Katzman was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. He graduated from The New School in 2010
with a BFA in Literature and Media Studies. He is the creator of the web series "Three Part Duo" and the
director of numerous short films. I Don't Want To Kill Myself i his first feature film.
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER / WRITER
Colby Day is a writer for film and theater who has worked for NBC and Comedy Central. His short piece
"A Dramatic/Comedic Monologue for Any Occasion" was performed at Pipeline Theatre Companyís
Brave New Works: Second Edition in New York. He was a finalist in The L Magazine's Super Short Fiction
Contest 2010. This year he was a finalist for Spirit Quest Film Festival, received honorable mention from the
Westfield Screenwriting Awards, and 1st Runner Up at NYC Picture Start Film Festival. His play Felix & The Diligence
premieres at the Connelly Theater September 24th. I Donít Want to Kill Myself is his first feature film.
B FA NYU '10 (Tisch; Department of Dramatic Writing)
Zoe Kent is currently producing several projects that are in development. After graduating for the
New School University Zoe went on to work in development and eventually produce her own projects.
I Donít Want to Kill Myself is her first feature to wrap.
Laurel Parmet graduated from Sarah Lawrence College and additionally attended the Film and TV School at the
Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. She has written, directed and produced several short films and music
videos, including her short "Pampeliska," an official selection at the Slamdance Film Festival and the
Woodstock Film Festival. Most recently she recently produced Alexandre Rockwell's new feature film "Panda in My Closet."
Laurel currently resides in Brooklyn, where she continues to write and direct.
Aiden Moore was born in Knoxville, Tennessee and raised in Los Angeles. He has been writing songs since he was 12 years old but has spent most of his time playing bass in other bands (Carney, A Fine Frenzy, and Spiderman: Turn Off The Dark). In 2010 he teamed up with his friend and producer Mike Castonguay to record the Good As New LP capturing 10 of his original songs in a produced form for the first time.