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A content creator whose subjects have ranged from Oprah to the UFC, and whose talent was singled out with an Emmy-nomination (Best Web Series) among other screenwriting and filmmaking honors. He’s been fortunate to work in post-production at Sundance’s summer labs, and for networks including Fox, FX, NBC Sports, and ESPN. His short films have played film festivals across the globe and the documentary he’s currently in production on Too Soon: The Comedy of 9/11 recently received fiscal sponsorship from Film Independent while Pretty Bad Actress marks his feature film debut.
Ron has produced a number of television projects including the ESPY Awards, the E! show My Crazy Life for which he won a Telly Award and the web series Tim’s Dates where he was recognized with a Daytime Emmy nomination. In film Carlson wrote, produced and directed his first feature film Tom Cool starring Clifton Collins, Jr., Mila Kunis, and Michael Rappaport. Carlson then wrote, directed and produced the feature film LIFE BLOOD staring Sophie Monk, which was acquired by Lionsgate. He directed Midgets Vs. Mascots to a win at the Tribeca Film Festival. His All-American Christmas Carol staring Taryn Manning, Wendi Mc Lendon-Covey and Meatloaf has become a Netflix holiday staple. His latest film Dead Ant was the opening night premier at Screamfest in the historic Chinese Theater.
A freelance producer from Commercials and Network Promos to Branded and Social Media Content, Rachel has always been on the cutting edge of creative work. The short form works she’s helped bring into the world with her filmmakers have been at the Cannes Critics Week and showcased in a MOMA exhibition. Her television work includes a long run on comedy Head Case for Starz and her feature films include All American Christmas Carol, and Unnatural.
Emily Schweber has been an independent casting director based in Los Angeles since 1999. Prior to that, she trained under Emmy Award–winning casting director Mali Finn for more than a decade, working as a casting associate for films such as "Titanic," "L.A. Confidential," and "The Green Mile." Just some of the films she has cast that have screened at the Sundance Film Festival include "The United States of Leland," "Bookies," and "Steel City." Schweber also cast "That Evening Sun," which garnered jury and audience awards at several film festivals and received two Film Independent Spirit Award cast nominations.
M.A. Santiago attained his MFA from the University of Miami where he first met director Nick Scown. His work won him the prestigious Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Internship in Cinematography where he was mentored by ASC cinematographer James Chressanthis. His work has been screened at over twenty film festivals across the country including the Tribecca Film Festival and CineVegas.
Greg's music has screened at Sundance (Above and Beneath), HBO (Muted), won first prize in Ridley Scott's Parallel Lines Film Festival (Porcelain Unicorn, dir. Keegan Wilcox), and aired on Showtime (Chicago Overcoat, dir. Brian Caunter). He’s also contributed additional music for Smallville, The Vampire Diaries, and Video Game High School, as well as video games such as Kinect Disney Adventures and Star Wars: First Assault. His commercial clients include such heavy hitters as Microsoft, Old Navy, and Best Buy. He's also been involved in a few viral videos, including Rob Cantor's "Actual Cannibal Shia LaBeouf" (aside from playing the pianist Greg also arranged and orchestrated the string and choir parts).