ADAM REEVES (Screenwriter / Director)

I believe in family films. I believe in happy endings. And I believe in the movies that make us feel better because we have experienced and can relate to them. That is why December Dilemma was created. And that is why I so strongly believe in this film and what it stands for.

If you are a fan of the old classic "feel good" holiday films, such as It's A Wonderful Life, The Christmas Story, The Bishop's Wife, and so many others, then you will understand why this film was written. My yearning and admiration for the family holiday film genre can be witnessed in every line and character that was created to tell this wonderful story. I want to bring back the simplicity and sincerity that is missing in so many films being churned out today.

Every one who has become involved with this project or has read the script first hand agrees that we have a winner! December Dilemma is destined to become the next big holiday film classic to be seen over and over again year after year. I am honored to be directing and producing such a film and I am overwhelmed by the wonderful cast and crew that are surrounding and supporting me.

ANTHONY SAENZ (Line Producer / Unit Production Manager)

Anthony Saenz is originally from Silicon Valley. He Graduated from San Jose State University in the seventies with a B.A in Teaching-Theater -Arts. Equipped with a Degree, Anthony went into the wonderful world of show business, first starting out doing background work in Stockton. Doing such wonderful bits in very minor shows like “Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry”, “Bound For Glory” and other big hits of the werewolf circuit. In 1975 he got a break in an Industrial Film for PG&E and earned his S.A.G. card on an Industrial Film on Safety playing a Paramedic.

From there he moved to the San Francisco Bay Area doing work for the Brebner Agency doing bit parts in such television shows as “The Streets of San Francisco” and features like “Alex and the Gypsy” with Jack Lemmon and “Death Machines” for Crown International. After doing a gig as a stunt performer in the movie “Who’ll Stop The Rain” with Nick Nolte, he moved to Hollywood to work in the production and pursue his dream to be an “actor”.

From there he worked as bit player doing bits in hit television shows like “The Love Boat”, “Lou Grant” and managed to get another break in the exploitive movie “Walk Proud” with Robbie Benson, playing one of the main characters in the film as a gang member from East Los Angeles.

Finally, Anthony went into production solely. He started in 1979 into Locations in the NBC Series, “C.H.I.P.S.”. He was there for two seasons, and then went on to do other productions including “Pennies From Heaven”, “Goonies”, “The Bear”, “Harlem Nights”, “Point Break” and “Blood In, Blood Out”, along with several network series and films. He also directed “Ninja Busters”. He moved into Production Management in 1995 on a Korean Mini Series for Samsung “The Project”, and from then on has focused on Production Management. He also is currently working as an Independent Producer.