PixL Movies

Win, Lose or Love


Corey Sevier
Helena Mattsson
Catherine Hicks
Greg Grunberg

As young and recently single parents, Clara (Helena Mattsson) and Alex (Corey Sevier) have two completely different styles of parenting. While helicopter mom Clara hovers over her son Oliver (Griffin Kunitz), Alex’s daughter Emma (Kayla Madison) feels out of touch with her father’s life. Their two worlds collide when Alex’s ulterior motives prompt him to run against Clara for parent group president. In a surprising turn of events, Clara and Alex tie and must work together to run the group until the mandated revote. The bitter rivals struggle for power, outfoxing each other any chance they get. That is, until the matter of raising their children puts things into perspective. As Clara and Alex begin to arrive at a mutual understanding, they might gain more than they bargained for out of this game of tug-of-war.


Corey SevierCOREY SEVIER (Alex) – Born in raised in a small town outside of Toronto, Ontario, Corey began acting at the tender age of seven. His first role landed him opposite screen veterans
Angelica Houston and Sam Neil in the ABC mini-series, “Family Pictures”.

As a young actor, Corey is best known for playing “Timmy” in the 90’s version of
the prolific television series, “Lassie”. His work on the show earned him a
Gemini Nomination.

As a teenager, Corey starred in the period drama “Little Men”. His work as
streetwise “Dan” earned him back-to-back Los Angeles Youth Award

He was then cast in the WB’s martial art series, “Black Sash”, before joining
FOX’s steamy nighttime drama, “North Shore”, where he played “Gabriel”, the
hotel’s aspiring pro surfer.

Corey has also guest-starred and recurred on numerous prime-time shows,
including “Supernatural”, “Motive,” “Smallville”, “CSI: Miami”, and “The Listener”.

Now a veteran of over 65 film and television productions, Corey was recently
cast as “Apollo” in Universal/Relatively’s mythological blockbuster, “Immortals”,
alongside Mickey Rourke, John Hurt and Henry Cavill. Other film credits include
“The Lost Future” opposite Sean Bean, “A Broken Life” opposite Tom Sizemore,
“Age of the Dragons” opposite Danny Glover, “The Secret” opposite David
Duchovney, “The Jazzman” opposite Michael Ironside, “Code Breakers” opposite
Scott Glenn, and the supernatural romance, “Awaken.”

Corey recently won “Best Actor” at AOF Film Festival for his powerful
performance in the gritty, independent drama, “5th & Alameda.”

Corey recently wrapped Sidney J. Furie’s “A Pride of Lions”, where he
played a US soldier captured by the Taliban opposite Academy Award winner
Louis Gossett Jr. and Margot Kidder. He currently plays “Seth Gunderson”, the
small town-fisherman on Hallmark’s hit series, “Cedar Cove”.

Helena MattssonHELENA MATTSSON (Clara) – Helena Mattsson will next be seen on the big screen in the Steven Segal thriller, “Code of Honor”; and in the independent film, “Smartass.”

Last year, she was seen in the recurring role of Greta in ABC’s “Mistresses,” as well as in the recurring role of Jemma in Fx’s “Fargo” starring Billy Bob Thornton.

Helena also starred in ABC’s “Betrayal” as well as in “666 Park Ave,” following recurring roles in “Desperate Housewives” and “Nikita.”
Helena starred in Matthey McDonagh’s “Seven Psychopaths,” opposite Colin Farrell and Woody Harrelson and “Guns, Girls and Gambling” opposite Gary Oldman. Her other feature film credits include: “Surrogates” with Bruce Willis and “Iron Man 2” with Robert Downey, Jr.

Born in Stockholm, Sweden, Mattsson graduated from her Performing Arts High School and studied acting in London and New York.


Catherine HicksCATHERINE HICKS (Dot) – Best known for her role as matriarch Annie Camden on “Seventh Heaven,” Catherine Hicks has enjoyed a decades-long career in film and television. She recently completed the original television movie “Win, Lose or Love” for PixL.







Greg GrunbergGREG GRUNBERG (Hal) – Actor, writer, producer and entrepreneur Greg Grunberg is best known for his acting roles as Matt Parkman in the award-winning TV series “Heroes,” Pilot Seth Norris on “Lost,” Agent Weiss on “Alias,” and Sean Blumberg on “Felicity.” Grunberg will be seen in the next installment of “Star Wars” directed by J.J. Abrams, in theaters this December. Grunberg has just completed work on the “Untitled Judah Miller” pilot for ABC.

Grunberg has recurred on the hit Showtime series “Master of Sex” and is currently recurring on the CBS drama “Criminal Minds.” In 2013 Gruberg also starred in the culd favorite SyFy feature “Big Ass Spider” which aired on Netflix.

An active embracer of new media from the beginning, Grunberg has been voted one of the most interesting actors to follow on Twitter and currently boasts over 1.4 million followers.

In addition to his work on entertainment, Grunberg is the mastermind behind Yowza!!, the mobile coupon solutions startups which was recelty voted one of the top 100 start-ups in L.A. Yowza!! Has been downloaded by millions and was recently sold to publicly traded mobile giant Spindle.

A philanthropist by nature, Grunberg started the celebrity rock band Band From TV with fellow actors Hugh Laurie, James Denton, Bob Guiney, Jesse Spencer, Adrian Pasdar and Scott Grimes. Band From TV has performed on “American Idol” and “The Tonight Show.” Grunberg’s portion of the band’s fundraising benefits TalkAboutIt.org, the website he started to raise awareness and funds for people with epilepsy as his eldest son has the condition. Grunberg is the official spokesperson for TalkAboutIt.org.

Grunberg, along with long-time collaborator Brad Savage currently run Bandwagon Media, their production company with its hands in all forms of media, ranging from digital production to reality television.

Grunberg lives outside Los Angeles with his wife Elizabeth and their three sons.