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Jean Marie Offenbacher graduated from NYU with honors in Philosophy and Film. Her initial work in film was as an artist, creating 16mm experimental films. She worked in post-production on three documentaries, including Ken Burns' Thomas Hart Benton. Her career in post-production mainly focused on studio feature films, including Reversal of Fortune …
 
Jen White became a camera junkie at the age of twelve while earning a photography badge in Girl Scouts. After three years working gigs as a babysitter to feed her ever-growing film stock habit, she spent a few hours watching a movie she wasn't old enough to see and her life has never been the same since. After graduating from Columbia College - Chi…
 
Karen Hunter is the founder of Rose Mountain Productions and producer-cinematographer of three award-winning documentaries. Karen's initial vision of Rose Mountain Productions was sparked when an opportunity arose to travel with a team of doctors and researchers to videotape families with Huntington’s disease in the barrios of Lake Maracaibo, Venez…
 
After earning an MFA in Film from UCLA, Zachary Godshall premiered his first feature, Low and Behold, at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. A fictional film that includes documentary footage to tell a story in post-Katrina New Orleans, Low and Behold garnered numerous awards at festivals around the US. Currently, Godshall lives in his native south Lo…
 
Tonya S. Holly has 17 films to her credit, including Toy Soldiers, starring Louis Gossett, Jr. and Sean Astin. She also cast the Oscar award-winning film Blue Sky, starring Jessica Lange and Tommy Lee Jones. She has worked with CBS, HBO, NBC, FOX, Morgan Creek, Universal, Buena Vista, and many independent productions. She also founded the Alabama F…
 
The Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers will showcase the feature-length documentary The Reckoning: The Battle for the International Criminal Court, produced by Paco de Onis and directed by Pamela Yates, in March 2010. Pamela Yates is the recipient of a 2008 Guggenheim Fellowship. She is the Director of the Sundance Award-winning When t…
 
Jim Cozza produced and directed the award-winning short films River Rat, for National Geographic, and Autumn Waking, which featured Edie Falco. His training in filmmaking came via Hollywood picture editing crews, working with noted directors including Kathryn Bigelow (Blue Steel), John Frankenheimer (Against the Wall), Alan Parker (The Commitments)…
 
Trained at Yale University and the American Film Institute Conservatory, filmmaker Peter Esmonde spent more than a decade working in New York and Los Angeles at various tasks in the film industry: writer, researcher, story analyst, assistant editor, sound editor, associate producer, and so on. After toiling as a producer at Discovery Channel in the…
 
After college graduation, Eric Bricker spent a few years acting with the California Repertory Company and the Utah Shakespearean Festival. Upon settling in Los Angeles, he turned his focus toward film and television production where he worked with such notable talent as Jerry Seinfeld, Alec Baldwin and Danny Aiello. Meanwhile, Eric explored his aff…
 
Katrina Browne is the seventh generation descendant of Mark Anthony DeWolf, the first slave trader in the family. She launched the work on her documentary film Traces of the Trade and the family process it involves in 1999. She came to that work and to filmmaking from writing a Masters thesis comparing civic life in ancient Greece to the untapped p…
 
Joshua Z. Weinstein loves people and filmmaking. He is currently directing two-dozen short films about Wyoming Outfitters for The Wyoming Channel. Joshua’s camerawork has appeared on BBC, VH1, Food Network, TLC, and other TV stations. Joshua was born in New York City and currently resides in Brooklyn. His main joys in life are bicycling, family, an…
 
David E. Simpson has crafted award-winning films for 25 years. As a producer, director and editor he plies his trade in the belief that a well-told story can move viewers’ hearts and minds regarding crucial, human issues. David co-produced and directed When Billy Broke His Head, a documentary about disability culture that won the Sundance Film Fest…
 
Brad Jayne has been a visual storyteller for the last 15 years, beginning his career as an award-winning still photographer with the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. Now based in Charleston, SC, Jayne has taken the reins as writer, director, or producer on a variety of national and regional commercial and television projects, alwa…
 
Aron Gaudet is the director of Dungby Production’s feature-length documentary film, The Way We Get By. Chosen as a 2007-08 WGBH Filmmaker in Residence, Aron was the director of India: A New Life (a WGBH-Frontline World production) which won three Telly Awards. Aron began his film career as an associate producer and editor on author Stephen King’s 2…
 
Campbell is a writer and director for theater and film. He was nominated for an Academy Award for his short film, Seraglio, which he wrote, directed and produced with his wife, Gail Lerner. Seraglio also won Deauvilles Grand Prix and First Place Audience Award at Algarve International Film Festival and the New Haven Film Festival, and ran for two y…
 
As the son of missionaries, Jeremy Dean spent his youth traveling the world. He was immersed in the jungles of Central and South America and Asia. He also traveled throughout Eastern Europe, the Caribbean, and the South Pacific. It was during this time that he was exposed to numerous cultures and the struggles of indigenous peoples. He had to learn…
 
Director Jeff Alulis graduated from USC's prestigious Graduate Screenwriting Program in 2002 and shortly thereafter formed Emo Riot Productions alongside co-producer Ryan Harlin. Jeff and Ryan co-directed and produced the award-winning 2003 documentary Do You Remember?15 Years of The Bouncing Souls and have since gone on to work on other music-rela…
 
When Harrod Blank first realized that his '65 VW Beetle could be treated as a canvas, the result was titled Oh My God!. Painted like a beach ball with a bumper of plastic fruit and rubber chickens, a chalkboard on back, and a TV on the roof, the car was the catalyst for his remarkable career creating and documenting art cars. In August of 2005, Bla…
 
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