Love is All You Need? – K. Rocco Shields Interview

"Love is All You Need?" is available on iTunes on Thanksgiving Day. I had the chance to sit down with the incredible Writer/Director K. Rocco Shields and talk about her amazing journey in making this movie.

Everything you need to know about "Love is All You Need?"


A straight love story in a gay world.

Love Is All You Need? is football love story set in a world where the social norm is reversed: homosexuality is mainstream and heterosexuality is taboo. Although the norms are reversed, this film is inspired by true events. The story unfolds in a small Indiana town that is rocked to its core when Jude, (Briana Evigan) the star quarterback of the local university strikes up a forbidden love affair with Ryan, (Tyler Blackburn) a sports journalism major.

When the couple is outed by Jude’s girlfriend (Emily Osment) the community’s powerful religious leader (Elisabeth Röhm) begins a vitriolic crusade from the pulpit against all heterosexuals setting off a series of catastrophic events in lives of an 11 year old girl (Kyla Kennedy), experiencing her first crush on a boy and a teacher (Jeremy Sisto) who tries to teach his students about tolerance.

The fallout of the football star’s outing puts a spotlight on how intolerance of differences affect youth, college students, parents and the town as a whole. As the unique characters’ lives collide, we also get a look at the dramatic effects of other instances of bullying, each pulled from true events and real world experiences.


Love is All You Need? is based on the 19 minute short film of the same name, which was so powerful that it organically garnered over 50 million views and was self-translated by fans into more than a dozen languages, deeply touching and affecting people around the world.
The film is based on true events of bullying, prejudice, and human rights - utilizing this inversion to tell unique point of views has inspired a worldwide dialogue.

First time Director K. Rocco Shields has created history for independent filmmakers worldwide. Stepping outside of the Hollywood model, Shields turned down multiple distribution offers and took the film ‘to the people’.

From Hollywood Reporter: Over 30 days, the film will travel across the United States for special screenings and events in 20 cities, as part of the tour called “The MovieMent.” Following the screenings, director Kim Rocco Shields and the other filmmakers will discuss its anti-hate themes.

The tour ended on Election day, 2016. Distraught by the surprising election results and its consequential rash of hate crimes and prejudicial speech - Shields went directly to iTunes to release the film on Thanksgiving Day.

“I’ve seen firsthand what this film can do - and no matter what minority you are, you can take this home to your families on Thanksgiving and participate in the heartfelt dialogue this film creates”DIRECTOR’S STATEMENT

We've all heard the expression: "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me." But - what happens when hateful words build and multiply until they're too much for one child to handle?

Love Is All You Need? is more than just a film – it’s a movement.  A movement that started with a simple idea that inspired me to face the 6-year battle of creating, funding, (and now recently completing) the feature film.

My film was crafted to create social change: my response to bullying and hate crimes that infiltrated the news in 2010. People could not ‘get’ why 11-year-olds were killing themselves, and ‘why’ gay people were still being tortured for who they love in our ‘liberal’ age.

Knowing that this ‘big idea’ is sometimes judged by the premise alone – I created a short film to showcase my take on it: depicting our same ‘world’ -- with just this one simple inversion.  The feature film digs deeper into this issue and brings more substance to a series intertwining stories – all of which are sadly based on TRUE EVENTS.

But as a female director who was finally able, against many odds, to make her dream a reality -- I could never let the final opportunity pass me by to say ‘I did all I could.’

And the feature film was born.

On the surface, this film is a modern day Romeo and Juliet that everyone can relate to – with one small twist: to be ‘normal’ is homosexual and abnormal is heterosexual.  At its heart, the film explores bullying, prejudice and human rights in the same way Crash delved into racial tension - with a dash of stylistic flair. This signature style as well as a carefully crafted script was designed to engage the viewer and really make them feel the effects of bullying and relate the the main characters in a very new way

As I said before - If I didn’t do everything in my power to raise awareness of this topic, then this film wouldn’t have been made. But, moreover, I would be doing a disservice to the memories of Matthew Shepard; beaten to death and left to die on a fence; Tyler Clementi, who committed suicide after being outed at Rutgers; and Britney Cosby, bludgeoned and shot to death by her own father for being a lesbian. The memories of these horrible tragedies at times haunted me during the filmmaking process and other times inspired me to spend yet another all-nighter editing in my personal quest to make sure their deaths would not be forgotten.  

In my heart I believe film can change the world.  A lofty dream I know, but the world listens to film.  And the world has listened to the short film of “Love Is All You Need?”, which, comparatively, is a fraction of what the feature film will do once it is released.

  • Kim Rocco Shields, Director, Co-Writer, Creator of Love Is All You Need?


Briana Evigan made her major feature debut as the star of the box office hit Step Up 2: The Streets in 2008 and reprised her role in a 2014 installment of the franchise, Step Up: All In. She had starring roles in Sorority Row and S. Darko. She has a recurring role on the 2015 television series, From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series.

Briana starred in Jerry Bruckheimer’s pilot, Trooper and was a guest star on an episode of TNT’s acclaimed drama Longmire. Her other credits include She Loves Me Not, starring Cary Elwes, Stash House, and Mother’s Day, starring Rebecca De Mornay, as well as the independent features, The Devil’s Carnival: Alleluia! The Devil’s Carnival, Mine Games, A Certain Justice, Monica, A Star For Christmas, and Rites Of Passage, starring Wes Bentley and Christian Slater.

Briana began dancing with renowned hip-hop choreographer Shane Sparks when she was seven years old, studying with him for many years before extending her training to other choreographers. She was also the keyboardist and lead vocalist of the rock group, Moorish Idol. Briana comes from a show business family and currently resides in Los Angeles, California.

Rising star Tyler Blackburn is best known for his work on ABC Family’s smash hit drama Pretty Little Liars, from which he’s amassed a large fan base for his portrayal of the dark and mysterious character, Caleb Rivers. The show has received a number of nominations and awards, including several Teen Choice and People’s Choice awards. Blackburn’s performance also garnered him an individual Teen Choice Award for the category, Choice Summer TV Star: Male.

Tyler’s success on Pretty Little Liars led to a role on the ABC Family spinoff, Ravenswood for which he plays the same character

Previously, Blackburn starred in the independent film Peach Plum Pear directed by Alana Morshead and the short The Doers of Coming Deeds. In addition, Blackburn portrayed the male lead in Alloy Entertainment’s web series, Wendy, for which he sang several songs including their theme song, “Save Me.” Other television work includes guest spots on the Nickelodeon series Gigantic and Unfabulous, Days of Our Lives, and CBS’s Cold Case.
A native of southern California, Blackburn started his acting career at the age of 17. He currently resides in Los Angeles.

Emily Osment currently stars on the ABC Family series, Young & Hungry, which aired its second season in 2015. She had a leading role in 2015’s No Way Jose, alongside Adam Goldberg, who also wrote and directed the film. She was featured in the star-studded Crackle series, Cleaners, and was the voice of Rainbow Brite in the revamped version of the classic animated series, Rainbow Brite.

Acting since she was a child, Osment starred on the hit Emmy-award nominated Disney Channel series, Hannah Montana, as the unstoppable Lilly Truscott. She won a Teen Choice Award for this role. Following the success of the series, she reprised her role in the film version of the popular show, Hannah Montana: The Movie.

Other television and film credits include Spy Kids 2, Spy Kids 3, Soccer Mom, Cyberbully, Kiss Me, and appearances on Two and a Half Men, Friends and Third Rock from the Sun. Osment also lends her voice for many animated films and television shows and is a frequent guest on Family Guy.

Emily is also a singer/songwriter and has recorded soundtracks and songs for Disney albums. She currently resides in Los Angeles.

Elisabeth Röhm starred in American Hustle, Academy Award nominee and winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. Rohm received a SAG award for her performance. She is also known for her role as A.D.A Serena Southerlyn in NBC’s critically acclaimed show Law & Order and WB’s Angel. She currently stars in CBS TV’s hit new drama series, Stalker, alongside actors Dylan McDermott and Maggie Q.

Elisabeth starred in Transit across James Caviezel, and Abduction with Taylor Lautner and Sigourney Weaver. She teamed up with Kyra Sedgwick and Vincent Donofrio in Chlorine and starred with Sandra Bullock in Miss Congeniality 2. Elisabeth has gone on to star in the ABC drama, Big Shots, and returned to NBC as a new addition to the cast of the popular show, Heroes.

Elisabeth was also on One Life to Live, the CW drama, Beauty and the Beast and Lifetime TV’s The Client List.

On top of her successful acting career, she published a book about the struggles of getting pregnant entitled

Baby Steps: Having the Child I Always Wanted (Just Not as I Expected). Elisabeth resides in Los Angeles.

Kyla Kenedy is most recognizable from her breakout role on the international hit show, The Walking Dead, for which she played the character Mika throughout season 4.  She now stars in the hit ABC series Speechless, which was just renewed for its second season.  Kyla’s also known for her roles in Reality, the Sundance award-winning film by French director Quentin Dupieux, as well as A Gift Horse and Sarah’s Friend.

Kyla began her career at the age of eight in Charleston, SC, booking print and local jobs. She moved to Atlanta and quickly expanded to commercials and films where she landed a role in the Farrelly brothers’ feature film, The Three Stooges. Shortly thereafter she was cast in her first lead role as Izzie in the award-winning GMC made-for-TV movie, Raising Izzie, for which she won the Grace Award at the 21st Movieguide Awards and a young Artist Award for Best Actress.

Kyla then moved to Los Angeles and has gone on to book a steady stream of dramatic and comedic projects including features, MOWs and several notable recurring and guest star roles ranging from TNT’s Rizzoli & Isles to CBS’s CSI to NBC’s The New Normal, for which she was again nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Actress in a Guest Starring Role. She recently wrapped multiple roles on the Nickelodeon sketch program, Mack and Beef.

Jeremy Sisto is best known for playing Billy Chenowith on Alan Ball’s Six Feet Under, a role which Alan wrote for him, and NYPD Detective Cyrus Lupo on Law & Order. He also starred in Suburgatory and A&E’s new drama The Returned, created by Carlton Cuse and based on the hit French series, Les Revenants.

Jeremy made his Broadway debut in Festen, a stage adaptation of Thomas Vinterberg's film The Celebration, and he acted in Beau Willimon’s Spirit Control at the Manhattan Theater Club – a story that explores a man’s thirty-year struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder. He starred in Sidney Kingsley's Dead End at the Ahmanson Theater, and the one-man show, Sanguine, at the 2nd Stage.

Jeremy’s film credits exemplify his wide range and date back to the early nineties with big titles including Clueless, Jesus, Into Temptation, Grand Canyon, Hideaway, Moonlight and Valentino, White Squall, Without Limits, Suicide Kings, Thirteen, Wrong Turn, Waitress and The Other Side of the Door.

Born and raised in Manhattan to Puerto Rican parents, Ana Ortiz broke out as Hilda Suarez in ABC’s hit comedy Ugly Betty, earning both ALMA and Imagen Awards for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal as Betty’s sassy older sister. Along with her personal recognition, the show has been honored with a 2007 Emmy for Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series, two Golden Globe awards including Best Television Series – Comedy or Musical, and another 39 wins and 66 nominations. She starred in Marc Cherry's hit show for Lifetime entitled Devious Maids. Other notable credits include Sleeping with the Fishes, Big Momma's House 3, Everybody Loves Raymond, and HBO's Hung.

Leonard is very proud to have been in American Sniper directed by Clint Eastwood. He'll also be appearing in the independent films My Favorite Five, Dancer and The Dame and Any Day, as well as the hit shows The Mentalist (CBS) and The League (FXX). Leonard hails from St. Louis, Missouri and began his acting career in the rich environment of Chicago's theater scene. A graduate of the famed Goodman School of Drama, he honed his craft on some of the city's most respected stages, including Steppenwolf, The Goodman, and the Chicago Shakespeare Theater. It was also in Chicago where he made his feature film debut, as “Eddie” in the Sundance Film Festival Audience Award winner Love Jones. Since then Leonard has worked with many directors, Including cinematic icons Spike Lee (He Got Game) and Oliver Stone (Savages). His career continued to flourish, portraying legendary boxing great “Joe Louis” in the critically acclaimed cable feature Joe & Max and then with series regular roles in such fan favorites as Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Heroes. Theater remains a first love of Leonard's and he made his West End debut in the UK premiere of The Viewing Room. Leonard is also known to a generation of fans from his role in the motion picture Drumline and recently reprised his role in Drumline 2: A New Beat.


Kim Rocco Shields is an award-winning young director with a demonstrated passion for pushing the envelope through provocative projects.

In 2011, with school shootings and teen suicide stories flooding the media, Shields was inspired to create a 19-minute short film entitled “Love is All You Need?” The goal was to help mainstream viewers understand what it feels like to be persecuted for being different. The result was explosive. Since the short leaked on the Internet in 2013, it has organically garnered over 50 million views internationally and has been self-translated into over a dozen languages.  The short screened at over 20 festivals worldwide and received many "Best Short" and "Best Director" accolades.

The feature version of the short, supported by a versatile celebrity cast including Briana Evigan, Tyler Blackburn, Emily Osment, Elisabeth Röhm and Jeremy Sisto is set to be released in a national tour beginning in October. It is the first of a diverse slate of projects under development by Shields, each crafted with the intention of lensing socially conscious subjects in a new light.

A Film Theory major at UC Santa Barbara, Shields cut her teeth editing before transitioning into script supervising and working her way up the ladder. She quickly became a highly coveted script supervisor in the industry, working with directors including J.J. Abrams and Gore Verbinski, before moving on to direct and produce her own projects. She went on to form her own production company, Wingspan Pictures, in 2008, before starting her current venture, Genius Pictures - creating award-winning commercials, music videos, and shorts at both.
Shields is involved with numerous educational and nonprofit programs.  With support from educators of the University of Southern California's Rossier School of Education, she is working to produce an anti-bullying lesson plan centered on the short, which will be available for free download online. The feature film is supported by numerous nonprofit partner organizations including The Matthew Shepard Foundation, The Tyler Clementi Foundation, and Boo2Bullying among others.

As Assistant to the Head of Production at Silver Pictures, Michael worked extensively on the feature film Demolition Man as well as Tales From the Crypt episodes during its fifth season. Reporting to producer Joel Silver, Michael oversaw all aspects of production as well as the daily administrative operation of a major Hollywood production company. At Sony Music Studios, in New York City, Michael joined the Studio staff as Unit Production Manager, administering media projects from the pre-production phase through to post-production. After producing an independent feature in the summer of 1994, Michael worked for MJJ Productions producing specials for entertainer Michael Jackson. In the summer of 1996, Michael joined Design Build Productions and produced for MBC-TV, Korea the International mini-series, Beautiful Vacation. Michael was named Vice President in Charge of Production at Design Build Productions and remained so for four years until leaving in the spring of 2000 to produce and UPM on the DGA film, Snipes for Philadelphia based RuffNation Films. Snipes was distributed by Columbia/TriStar theatrically in September, 2002. Relocating to Los Angeles in 2003, Michael became the CFO/COO at Production HQ where he produced shorts and features, including the award winning horror film, The Slaughter in 2005-6 and the Sony Pictures Home Entertainment distributed, Zombie Strippers! in 2007. As Executive Producer and UPM, he worked on Insanitarium, another SPHE distributed film. In the Spring of 2009, he produced the award winning, Empty Rooms and most recently, Line Produced the romantic comedy, Shirin In Love in 2011. He spent 2012 as the staff Line Producer for WingSpan Pictures focusing on development for Kim Rocco's feature film, Love Is All You Need? He Line Produced award winning short film writer/director, Lily Amirpour first feature, A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night in the beginning of 2013. In 2014, he joined Genius Pictures and produced Love Is All You Need? in the Fall.

David and K Rocco Shields first joined forces to write the award winning short film version of Love Is All You Need? that went on to be a viral sensation.  Since then they have worked on multiple projects including the feature film version of Love Is All You Need?  “The concept of the film really struck a personal chord with me. Having been a victim of bullying I know first hand the pain, suffering and self-hate it caused me. I was honored to be asked by Rocco to help bring a story to life onscreen that could potentially help thousands of young people - gay or straight - to either realize they are not alone and that their struggle is being heard or, even more importantly, that the young people who are actually doing the bullying will wake up to the harm and long term effects they are inflicting on their victims.  If even one person is saved from self harm or from inflicting pain on another, then I believe we will have succeeded in our mission.”   Tillman and Shields have also produced over a hundred episodes of online educational content for USC’s school of Social Work and School of Education.

In addition to LIAYN, you can see David’s feature film debut Hansel and Gretel Get Baked starring Lara Flynn Boyle and Carey Elwes on Chiller Channel, Netflix and iTunes.  He has two other features films, Kryptic – a psychological thriller and a romantic comedy Finding Mr. Wright slated for production in 2017.

In the world of television he has been the head writer for the pilot The Screaming Cocktail Hour!  He has had two TV pilots in development with Joel Silver’s Silver Pictures TV.  And he is currently developing a WWII spy series with actor/director Tim Matheson.


Directed by K. Rocco Shields
Written By David Tillman & K. Rocco Shields
Story by K. Rocco Shields
Idea by Brian Whitaker
Concept by K. Rocco Shields

Produced by Michael J. Zampino
Executive Producer – Giovanni Corvino
Co-Executive Producer- Katherine LaNasa
Director of Photography – Sandra Valde-Hansen
Production Designer – Russell M. Jaeger
Editor – Peggy Eghbalian
Costume Designer – Oneita Parker
Casting by Lindsay Graham, CSA

Music by Brain and Melissa

Music Supervision by Gravelpit Music

Sound by Brian Hawlk

Sound Supervision by The World Famous

A K. Rocco Shields Film


JUDE    Briana Evigan
RYAN    Tyler Blackburn
EMILY    Kyla Kenedy
IAN    Jacob Rodier
KELLY    Emily Osment
PAULA    Ava Allan
BRAD    Tim Chiou
REVEREND RACHEL    Elisabeth Röhm
KAREN CURTIS    Jenica Bergere
VICKI CURTIS    Katherine LaNasa
COACH THOMPSON    Leonard Roberts
MR. THOMPSON    Jeremy Sisto
ANNABELLE    Zoe Hendrix
LILY    Kaila Imada
BILL    Blake Cooper Griffin
PETE SANTILLI    Robert Gant
ALLEN SANTILLI    Shawn Parsons
WALTER    Cleo Berry
MIKE SAMSON    Malcolm Mays
STAN    Rafi Gavron
ANDY    Peter Douglas
COACH JENKINS    Leisha Hailey
JACKIE    Erika Cortes
COOPER CURTIS    Tate Birchmore
MARK PYLE     Branton Box
RON    David Edmund Tillman
BENSON    Mike C. Manning
JOHNNY    Luc Austin
SEXY GIRL    Samantha Valdellon
COMMENTATOR #1    Giovanni Corvino
COMMENTATOR #2    Carrie Lazar
PHOTOGRAPHER    Eduardo Baumann
TEAM MATE #1    Gladys Nyoth
TEAM MATE #2    Elise Ivy
SORORITY SISTER    Haviland Stillwell
JODIE    Elyse Cole
JIMMY    Josh Ortega
REPORTER    Aileen Burdock
ASHLEY    Lexi DiBenedetto
BIBLE READING MAN    Michael Soulema
PARTY GOER #1    Hallie Samuels
PARTY GOER #2    Stevie Boebi
NURSE    Sheri Levy
MALE ANNOUNCER VO    Christopher Bay


STUNTS    Alina Andrei
Ashton Moio
Kara Petersen
Juliana Potter
Karine Mauffrey
Matt Ramirez
Lisa Catara
James Croak
Chad Guerrero
Sonny Surowiec
Niko Pepaj
Christi Garcia

Unit Production Manager     Michael J. Zampino

First Assistant Director     John Stecenko
Tony Adler
Second Assistant Director    Brent Clark
Chandra M. Alexander
Art Director    E. Carl Hoagland IV
Set Decorator     Madelaine Frezza
Leadman    Mike “Cavy” Cavanaugh
Set Dresser    Noam Karl
Jared Kowalczyk
Vanessa Lin
Art Swing     Jason Adams
Luke Casey
Scenic    Chance Gugler

Script Supervisor    Sara Geralds

“A” Camera Operator    Mike Flores
Mark Legaspi
“A” Camera First Assistant    Ricky Escalante
Hillary Carroll
“A” Camera Second Assistant    Cristy Arboleda
Mariela Ferrer
Brittany Meadows
Fernando Zacarias
“B” Camera Operator / Steadicam    Jesse Bactat
“B” Camera First Assistant    Alicia V. Fischmeister
Rachel Donofrie
“B” Camera Second Assistant    Madeleine Staszak
Lacey Joy
“C” Camera Operator    Dan Kneece
Polly Morgan
“C” Camera First Assistant    Alaina McManus
Ryan Murray
“C” Camera Second Assistant    Erin Olesen
Digital Loaders    Ben Molyneux
Rochelle Brown
Mike J. Perez
Otis “Beast Master” Sherman
Maya Morgan

Wardrobe Supervisor    Simona Sabo
Set Costumer    Emma Huser
Jennifer Herrenkohl
Jesse Mann
Bianca White
Dolores Ybarra
Emily Zehr
Mary Fleming
Tailor    Rebecca D. Mulvihill

Department Head Makeup    Angie Johnson
Key Makeup    Samantha Ward
Makeup Artists    Andrea Burish
Kelly Capoccia
Brittania Denison
Mara Rouse
Judith Staats
Sabrina Wilson
Jennifer Wittman
Key Hairstylist    Taylor Tanaka
Hair Stylists    Theodora Katsoulogiannakis
Laura Berman
Lydia Fantini
Stella Mutrux
Prescilla Jean Olay
Roberto Rangel
Georgette Sweet

Gaffer    Christopher Robin Faulkner
Best Boy Electric    Zack Savitz
Electricians    Sarah E. Fox
Mario P. Colli
Tim Davis
Jonathan H. Epstein
John Van Valkenburgh
Kasey Foreman
Thaddeus Hall
Phillip Jordan
Yanis Rutmanis
Roberto Schein
Seva Shybkou
Darryl Walthall
Key Grip    Ravi Gahunia
Second Grip    Tony Banando
Dolly Grip    Noah Flippo
Grips    Cory Reed
Daniel Bernard
David Jarold Dorman-Cochran
Igori Kamoevi
Matt Minke
Darryl Rue
Greg Suits
Charles Tae
Technocrane Operator    Randy Johnson
Technocrane Tech    Jacy Cade Belyeu

Production Sound Mixer    Brian Hawlk
Boom Operator    Kevin Bellante
Alexander Dawson

Location Manager    Joe Burk
Assistant Location Manager    Joe Antonucci
Production Manager    Dana Keating
Production Secretary    Erin Jurkovich
Key Production Accountant    Donald Napoli
First Assistant Accountant    Laura Warner
Production Office Assistant    Dani Castellanos

Property Master    Nicole Ruby
Assistant Property Master    Malorie Folino
Props    Ayse Arf
Azra Bano Ali
Christina Giovacchini
Cheynoa Schroeder
Medic    Robert Gilley
Security    California Safety Patrol
Studio Teachers    Belinda McCormick
Artemisa Laurence
Libby Cannon
Matt Babb

2nd Second Assistant Directors    Colin O’Rourke
Gary Cotti
Additional 2nd Assistant Directors    Paul Lindsay
Heather Kehayas
Sam May
DGA Trainee    Amber Koehler

Assistant to Ms. Rocco    Jacob St. Aubin
Production Assistants    Lizzy Sherry
(up to five [5] total)    Angela Barrett
Kyle Bentley
Justin Bernard
Sarah Brimm
Steven Burns
Mikey Davis
Gabriela Gil
Edwin Tyler Read
Chris Rymer
Lorena Gordon
Will Slaughter

Catering Provided By    On Set Catering
Chef    Alfredo Corona
Assistant Chefs    Roberto Martinez
Jose F. Henriquez
Alicia M. Robles
Jose Lopez Pina
Craft Service    Hello Crafty!
Michael Chaudry
Jay L. Middleton

Extras Casting    Prime Casting
Peter Alwazzan
Andrew Stubblefield

Transportation Captain    Mitchell Bergman
Transportation Co-Captain    Greg DiTommaso
Drivers    Jon Gearhart
Jorge M. Geminiano
Austin Hunter
Soli Mauigoa
Robert J. Mullins
Genaro Rodriguez
Thomas Trow
Joe Unger
Al Valentine
Steve Weible
Charles Woods

Director of Marketing    Jillian Rudman

Post Production Supervisor    Jeremy Keller

Additional Editing    Mike Delegal
K. Rocco Shields

Assistant Editor    Michael Berge
Visual Effects Supervisor    Ari Levinson
Visual Effects Artists    Brian McIntyre
Jeffrey Olm
Joe Morrison

Sound Design By    Brian Hawlk
Sound Editor    Austin Krier

Music Supervisor    Stacee Coleman
Music Editor    Austin Krier

Titles by    Michael Pasley
Genius Pictures

Digital Intermediate    Prehistoric Digital, Santa Monica, CA
DI Executive Producer    William Adashek
Final Colorist    Kevin Cannon
DI Producer    Josef Sipkins
Post Production Assistant    Katy Lewis


“Talk Show Host”
Performed by Radiohead
Courtesy of Parlophone Records Ltd.
By arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

Performed by The Cinema
Courtesy of Gravelpit Music

“The Wolf”
Performed by The Cinema
Courtesy of Gravelpit Music

Performed by The Cinema
Courtesy of Gravelpit Music

“Paint Me Black”
Performed by Danielle Parente
Courtesy of Gravelpit Music

Performed by Smash Coast
Courtesy of Gravelpit Music

“We Are Alive”
Performed by Terravita
Courtesy of Gravelpit Music

“Drop Dead Gorgeous”
Performed by Miss Jones
Courtesy of Gravelpit Music

“Cinematic Love”
Performed by Tyler Shamy
Courtesy of Gravelpit Music

© 2016 Love Is All You Need, LLC
All Rights Reserved
(to be confirmed)

(Distribution Company). is the author of this film
(motion picture) for the purpose of copyright and other laws.

Special Thanks to:

Charlie Montgomery
James Robert Shields
Nancy Roberts
Victoria Delia Shields
Ann D’Elia
Jeremy Rhoden
MaryBeth Headstrom
Mary Vernieu, CSA
To those that have lost or taken their own lives for having the courage to feel love

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