I grew up in the midwest and was raised by two parents, one agnostic and one very devote Christian.  I went on to study religion in college and have been fascinated by mankind's search for the meaning of life ever since.  It wasn't until recently that I was introduced to Quantum Mechanics and the most current physics that is so mind boggling it defies logic.  From Einstein's general theory of relativity to the particle physics making headlines today, what I missed in school growing up and along the way in life, is just embarrassing.  I know I'm not alone.  Is it me, or does science and religion actually sound closer than ever?!”  

So I set out to make a Quantum Physics for Dummies movie. The science defies logical. Like: “Time in an illusion.” And, “your observation effects the outcome…” It feels absurd and satirizes our sense of reality. Cinema itself, and especially our hollywood western rules of story seemed at stake. So MDD Spacetime sometimes spoofs hollywood, sometimes the friends that inspired the script itself. I was taught comedy is serious stuff. The philosophical nature of the science reminded me of theatre, like “Waiting for Godot.” Painfully existential. So this film, may be painful to watch for some, funnily enough. It’s not normal hero structure, definitely on the fringe, a mix of mini and anti-plot for those who take story seriously and I fully accept a lot of people won’t get most of it. I know I don’t get the real science either. Rather, I hope some audiences can just give into the absurdity and have a little fun. Laugh at ourselves, our pursuit of the unknowable stuff, because I think we sometimes miss the point. Without love in our hearts towards each other… we’re all kind of lost to repeat the lessons of life again and again.


Bo D


Kyle Townsend

Music Producer

Dave Scott


Jonathan Baker as The Agent.

Bo D is producer Jonathan Baker artistic alter ego, dedicated to telling stories aimed at helping humanity towards enlightenment. Upcoming films include Sylvie, starring Tessa Thompson, and The Banker starring Samuel L. Jackson. He executive produced of the Sundance Audience Choice Award winning film Crown Heights.  He Co-Produced the Brie Larson & Donald Sutherland film Basmati Blues.  While at Sony Pictures he marketed 10 films that won the domestic box-office opening weekend, and 30 other features. He received Best Actor for his role in Thank You for Not Smoking, an official entry in the 1997 Sundance Film Festival. He directed the short Harper Finch, Manifest Destiny Down - is his first feature.  Full Bio Here.

Alexandra Winter as Kara.

Kyle Townsend is a prolific producer and composer whose distinguished work has led to 2 Grammy Award nominations. He has established himself as a world class producer, having helmed the board for an illustrious roster of music’s elite, including iconic artists Celine Dion and Mary J. Blige, as well as Lady Gaga, Jennifer Hudson and longtime collaborator-- legendary songwriter Diane Warren. Kyle is a diverse musician and heavyweight talent who has built a career that stretches beyond his work with chart topping recording artists including Ariana Grande and Fifth Harmony. 

Jeff Kenny as Toby.

Dave Scott has a multi-faceted career in dance, choreography, and artist development. He is highly praised for his work on Step Up (which he received the award for Best Choreography in a feature film at the World of Dance awards) and the romantic comedy Made of Honor. Dave has also been featured on Dancing with the Stars and has hosted hit MTV show Countdown to American's Best Dance Crew. Other credits include Dance Flick, Stomp the Yard, You Got Served (which garnered him the 10th Annual Choreography Award for Best Choreography in a Feature) and Step Up 2, among many, many others.





was on Broadway in Deaf West Theatre's revival of SPRING AWAKENING as Greta, and also played the harp in the production.  She most recently created the one-woman show GIRL, BOUND in the Hollywood Fringe Festival, an inspiring and comedic coming of age story about her journey to overcome bulimia and sexual assault.  She is a graduate of USC's theatre program where she starred in CHICAGO as Roxie, CITY OF ANGELS as Mallory, and also performed in productions of COMPANY, BAT BOY, INTO THE WOODS, and CABARET.  She was a member in the twice international champion a cappella group the SoCal VoCals. Prior to college, she appeared in CATS, PETER PAN,  BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, GODSPELL, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, ONCE UPON A MATTRESS, and THE TEMPEST, to name a few.  She plays the harp and guitar, and is working on her first album of original songs with Grammy nominated producer Kyle Townsend who produced the music for the film. 




is a world class ballroom dancer and has performed in competitions all over Europe, eventually winning 3rd place in the World Ballroom Championship in Poland.  He is also the GOLD Winner of the Duke of Edinburgh Award, UK, a prestigious competition evaluating the character, talent and potential of youth. Jeff studied film at Bennington College and at the Prague Film School with Nancy Bishop, where he performed in, directed and/or produced fifteen short projects.  He performed in plays under the direction of Jean Randich. In Los Angeles, he studies acting at the Scott Sedita Acting Studios and Anthony Meindl's Actor Workshop.




Bo D

wrote/directed and starred in Naked: A Guy’s Musial, distributed by Shorts International; prior, he starred in Thank You for Not Smoking which went to Sundance, among other festivals. He worked on Broadway developing and producing for the Nederlanders; produced and directed cabarets at The Public Theater; and went to The University of Michigan Musical Theatre Program, Boston Conservatory of Music, and UCLA. He appeared in Bay Watch back in the day, and a hand full of other equally embarrassing TV shows that shall remain nameless.  His passion for theater goes back some 30 productions, from being El Gallo in the FANTASTICKS!, to Birdie in BYE-BYE-BIRDIE - some productions include: HAIR, MOST HAPPY FELLA, BURN THIS, CRAZY FOR YOU, CAMELOT, OKLAHOMA, MAME... He's a product of an embarrassing number of show-choir competitions in the now strangely famous Findlay First Edition which also produced a recent Tony winner during the same years. He plays the trombone, drums, guitar, piano, and isn't a bad tap dancer if he could find his old shoes.  He enjoys coaching talent in Hollywood, some of which are wildly famous people who shall remain nameless.