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I am originally from Milwaukee WI. I moved to California in October 0f 2000, I have worked in education for 22 years and coached basketball (middle school, AAU, and high school) for 20 years. I started high school in Germany. My family moved back to the states at the end of my first semester of 10th grade.
Line Producer, Executive Producer, Producer
I am Ukrainian executive producer from Kyiv. The main goal is to create content that is of interest to an international audience.Interests
Kids Film, Detective, Historical Series, Documentaries, Fiction
Alexandra is a Ukrainian producer and festival manager. She studied at Karpenko-Karyi Kyiv National University of Theatre, Cinema, and Television, and since 2015 is producer within Babylon'13 documentary collective. In 2019 she took part in EAVE on Demand workshop. In 2020 she founded the Kyiv-based ELERON PICTURES production. Alexandra is a member of the Ukrainian Film Academy.
2024 - F**king Sensitivity, director Tetiana Symon, in development
2023 – Guest from Kharkiv. Password `konHFeta` director Galyna Lavrinec, in development
2023 - Company of steel, director Yuliia Hontaruk, work in progress
2022 - Fragile memory, director Ihor Ivanko
2016 - Crimea as it was, director Kostiantyn Kliatskin
Executive producer within ForeFilms:
2023 - U are the Universe, director Pavlo Ostrikov
2022 - Luxembourg, Luxembourg, director Antonio Lukich2022 - Felix and me, director Iryna Tsilyk
Martina works as the Creative Executive for Sons of Rigor Films. Martina sources and evaluates projects based on their creative and financial potential, as well as their suitability for Sons of Rigor. Her knowledge of the industry helps her support those projects further with key insights and strategies to ensure the films are able to maximize their potential. She studied film and theatre criticism and holds a BA from Reading University in English Literature and Film and Theatre.
About Me I am a recent graduate from Temple University's School of Theater, Film, and Media Arts with a concentration in Directing. I enjoy the creative process and bringing my visions to life! I strive to use my skills to make drama, romantic, and rom-com films that are diverse and inclusive of all people.
Drama Film, Fantasy Film, Romantic Comedies, Romantic Dramas, Action Film, Mysteries, Short FilmSkills
Screen Writing, Editing, Directing
A graduate student, majoring in News and Documentary, at NYU; a documentary director, cinematographer, and editor from China.
About MeSantana Coleman has been a content creator since 2013 and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville with a BA in Media Studies. She is the Co-Producer on 371 Productions feature-length documentary, When Claude Got Shot, an intimate viewing on how gun violence disrupts the lives of 3 black families in the city of Milwaukee. In collaboration with 371 Productions, she is Co-Creating and Executive Producing Black Girl Training; a comedy series exploring transracial adoption, identity, and blackness, along with the development of short film, The Last Week; a love story about black male incarceration and the effects it has on families. Santana currently resides in Milwaukee WI.
About MeWenhua Shi pursues a poetic approach to moving image making, and investigates conceptual depth in film, video, interactive installations and sound sculptures. His work has been presented at museums, galleries, and film festivals, including International Film Festival Rotterdam, European Media Art Festival, Athens Film and Video Festival, Ann Arbor Film Festival, Pacific Film Archive, West Bund 2013: a Biennale of Architecture and Contemporary art, Shanghai, Shenzhen & Hong Kong Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism, and the Arsenale of Venice in Italy. He has received awards including the New York Foundation for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts, and Juror’s Awards from the Black Maria Film and Video Festival.
Joel Krantz is a native of Easton, Pennsylvania (near Philadelphia), now living in the Los Angeles area. He was hired as a full-time assistant Professor of Film Production with an expertise in Post Production Sound, joining the Department of Cinema and Television in the Fall of 2011. Prior to being hired full-time, he had been teaching post production sound part-time in the department of CTVA for seven years. He is an Avid Certified Pro Tools Expert for both Post Production and Music, as well as an Avid Certified Instructor. In addition to teaching at CSUN, he has guest lectured at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, and he also regularly teaches Avid Pro Tools sound curriculum locally at Video Symphony (Burbank, CA).
With over 20 years of industry experience, Joel has written and published more than 25 different Pro Tools training course books, used at Avid Authorized Training Partners worldwide. Currently, Joel is completing a book called, Pro Tools Advanced Post Production Techniques , which will be available from Cengage Publishing and most major book retailers in early 2012. Prior to moving to Los Angeles, he worked in New York City for six years as a product specialist and training instructor for Avid Technology, Inc. He earned a Bachelor of Music degree (in Music Education) from Susquehanna University in 1985, and a Master of Music degree (in Music Technology) from New York University in 1998, where he graduated with summa cum laude honors.
His training and consulting clients include sound professionals from NBC-Universal, Warner Brothers, Disney Feature Animation, Paramount, Capitol Records, Clear Channel Worldwide, Virgin Records, MPSE Local 700, Sound One, Magno Sound and Video, Technicolor, New York University, AT&T, Price-Waterhouse, Nile Rogers Productions, NBET, National Public Radio (NPR), Sony Pictures, Sony Music, ABC, CBS, and Fox.
His film sound credits include Déjà vu, Sojourn, and a documentary film called, War of the Gods, which was recently screened at the 2011 El Sawy International Film Festival in Cairo, Egypt. In addition to working in film sound, Joel has also edited and mixed television promos for Fox Television and DirecTV. Joel is also an active member of the Audio Engineering Society (AES), Broadcast Education Association (BEA), Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers (SMPTE), and the University Film & Video Association (UFVA). Although teaching is his passion, Joel keeps himself busy outside of CSUN with free-lance film and video projects, consulting, publishing, and spending time with his family.
Jason Gardner tells stories, using photography and video within the framework of Visual Anthropology. Jason published A Flower in the Mouth, a book of photography and writing about the culture, music and rituals of Carnaval in Pernambuco, Brazil and is currently working on a book about Carnaval around the world.
Lincoln Center, New Orleans Jazz Fest and The Brazilian Consulate General have hosted an exhibition and presentation of his work. Other exhibition locations include Paris, Vienna, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Brooklyn, and Toronto.
Jason is board member at-large, NY Chapter of ASMP, and co-founder of creative networking community Toasted Almonds. Jason divides his time between New York and Paris.
Director/Producer: Vera Wagman has directed short films including Interlude (Hypnotic Films/Sundance Channel, and Montreal, Boston, Dances with Films and Clermont-Ferrand Film Festivals), High Noon (PBS’ “Are We On”) and Jeopardy, a documentary short about an at-risk youth program in Los Angeles where the students train as boxers and dancers. Vera started her career as a dancer with company credits including David Storey/NY and Pennsylvania Dance Theatre where she worked with such innovative choreographers as Ohad Naharin and Nina Weiner. She has produced arts events for Santa Monica's Cultural Affairs Division and choreographed MARCH, an original play produced by the LGBT Center and Playwright's Arena in Los Angeles. She recently performed with Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company as a community dancer in, What Problem? at UCLA Royce Hall.
Writer, Director, Producer
Sav Rodgers is a filmmaker, writer, podcaster, film festival professional, and nonprofit executive. His work tends to center on the queer experience through a comedic or personal lens. He is the director of CHASING CHASING AMY, a feature documentary about the cultural impact of Chasing Amy (1997) on the greater LGBTQ+ community and the profound, lasting impact on himself. Sav also delivered a TED Talk about Chasing Amy’s impact on his life, titled “The rom-com that saved my life.” In 2019, he received the Filmmaker of the Year Award at the Austin Revolution Film Festival.
In 2014, Sav founded Professional Amateur Productions as a film student at the University of Kansas. Since its creation, Sav’s films have been featured at numerous film festivals worldwide, including Academy Award-qualifying events such as Slamdance and the Cleveland International Film Festival. His last short film, QUEEN FOR A DAY, made its international debut at the American Pavilion Emerging Filmmaker Showcase at the Cannes Film Festival. His upcoming movies include CHASING CHASING AMY, a surrealist short comedy called PANCAKE SKANK, and a mockumentary called TELETHON: THE QUEST TO SAVE GREASE 2’S REPUTATION.
In addition to his work as a director/writer, Sav is also the Founder and Executive Director of the Transgender Film Center. Launching in November 2020, the Transgender Film Center’s mission is to help trans creators bring finished films to audiences around the world. Sav has also programmed at numerous film festivals, including Slamdance, Outfest, and the Victoria Texas Independent Film Festival.
Transgender, Lgbtq+, Comedies, Documentaries
Documentary Producer, Professor, Director
Marcia Rock’s work covers international dilemmas, women’s issues as well as personal perspectives. She has received many awards including three NY Emmys. Her new doc, Unreined, is about a female American Israeli equestrian champion and trainer. Her recent film, UnReined is about an Israeli, female Equestrian champion who spent 10 years starting the first Palestinian Equestrian Team. Other films include Her recent films on veterans include Soldiers Period, Warriors Return about the Navajo and SERVICE: When Women Come Marching Home. In 1997, she covered the changing role of women in Northern Ireland with Daughters of the Troubles: Belfast Stories. McSorley’s New York, tells the story of the NY Irish. Dancing with My Father looks at how adult love is shaped by childhood models. Surrender Tango explores tango as a metaphor for relationships. Rock is the director of News and Documentary at the NYU Carter Journalism Institute and she co-authored with Marlene Sanders, Waiting for Primetime: The Women of Television News.
Producing, Cinematography, Directing