Stephen Z. Berkley (story by) began his television career in 1990 with the burgeoning MTV Networks. Although most of his time is spent on the business side, he's created scripts for MTV Networks,USA Network, and penned spec scripts for the NBC shows Ed and Seinfeld.
Award-winning Cinematographer Harry Clark's credits include Descent, Ephemera, Kiss Loves You, and Devil and Daniel Johnston. He has worked in the film business for over 25 years shooting mostly shooting commercials and corporate films. He has also worked as a camera operator on major motion pictures such as King Of The Jungle and Wind.
Harry specializes in commercial work featuring people, products, and “living” tabletop in a naturalistic or vérité style.
His Corporate work includes projects for Time Warner, Scripps Networks, Verizon, Harley Davidson, and Blackstone.
Story Editor Fernanda Rossi's credits include: The Garden, produced and directed by Scott Hamilton Kennedy, 2008 nominated for an Academy Award®, 2009. Winner of SilverDocs 2008.
Awarded and official selection at over 5 other festivals and counting.
Recycled Life, produced and directed by Leslie Iwerks, 2005 nominated for an Academy Award®, 2007.
official selection of SXSW Film Festival 2006.
Awarded and official selection at over 15 other festivals.
Broadcast on HBO 2007.
Heart of Stone, produced and directed by Beth Kruvant, 2008
Winner Audience Award Best Documentary, Slamdance Film Festival, 2009.
Still in the festival circuit...
Back to Bosnia, by Sabina Vajraca and Alison Hanson, 2005
official selection of AFI Fest, 2005 and Amnesty International, 2006.
Awarded and screened at over 20 festivals.
Broadcast in Canal+ in Poland, 2006.
Spit it Out, by Jeff Shames and Jonathan Skurnik, 2004
Awarded and official selection at over 15 film festivals.
Broadcast on PBS stations across the US in 2007.
Awake Zion, produced and directed by Monika Haim, 2005
official selection Margaret Mead Film Festival, Closing Night, 2006.
awarded and official selection at over 30 film festivals.
broadcast on PBS-WGBH Boston, MA in 2007.
The Flute Player, produced and directed by Jocelyn Glatzer
Broadcast on P.O.V. in 2004
Billy the Kid, produced and directed by Jennifer Venditti, 2007
Winner Jury Prize Best Documentary, SXSW Film Festival 2007.
Winner Jury Prize Best Documentary, Los Angeles Film Festival, 2007.
Awarded and official selection at over 10 other festivals.
Producer Max Frankston produced & directed Look Twice, a feature-length documentary about America's obsession with Celebrity; the short film Celebrity Party, a fantasy featuring celebrity look-alikes; DV Short What's Your Dish?, and two child-acted films: My Butterflies, and Spencer’s World of Pets, both of which have screened at Film Festivals across the country.
Frankston was Nominated for best I-documentary at the Pixie Awards for his short documentary Just Into Girls. Just into Girls was also the Grand Prize award-winner from the EVEO.com pre-launch festival contest.