Elizabeth Yng-Wong, PRODUCER Current projects include THE LONGEST GAME (producer), THE BOOK OF CHANGES (producer/director) and an untitled documentary about the modern Native American experience (producer/director). Elizabeth was assistant to R.J. Cutler (THE SEPTEMBER ISSUE, AMERICAN HIGH) before becoming a freelance producer in film and television in 2003. TV credits include work for HBO, VH1, Showtime and Discovery. Elizabeth is a graduate of Wesleyan University and the Peter Stark Producing Program at the University of Southern California Film School.
   
Camille Thoman, DIRECTOR/EDITOR Current projects include the thriller YOU WERE NEVER HERE, which she wrote and will direct, produced by Before The Door Pictures (ALL IS LOST, MARGIN CALL). Camille’s last short film, FALLING OBJECTS, starred Tony nominee/Golden Globe/Emmy nominee Mireille Enos (THE KILLING, WORLD WAR Z), Oscar winner Melissa Leo and Oscar winner Timothy Hutton. Her solo performance pieces, NUMB and NUMB B. have toured the UK and ran at The Young Vic and The BAC in London. NUMB was nominated for a Total Theatre Award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and was broadcast on the BBC. Camille received her BA from the University of Bristol in the UK.
   
Greg Ainsworth, CO-PRODUCER Greg is currently co-producing and will appear in Wonderbar's psychological thriller, YOU WERE NEVER HERE  (EP'd by Before the Door Pictures).  His first feature script, AND A BIRD--a quirky ensemble musical set in rural Missouri, is in development with Wonderbar.  Other producing projects include a politically-themed reality show as well as a one-hour political thriller for Dialog Pictures, and a modern Mary Poppins-esque musical set in post-Katrina New Orleans.  As an actor Greg has appeared in THE NOTORIOUS BETTIE PAGE, and recently on television in SHAMELESS, CRIMINAL MINDS and 90210.  Greg was a Talent Relations Executive at HBO for 12 years where shows included SEX & THE CITY, THE WIRE, OZ, BAND OF BROTHERS, and CARNIVA'LE. 
   
Allan Piper, EDITOR Allan Piper is the former Senior Editor of the BBC's New York Production Office. He has edited programs for ABC, MTV, Bravo, Food Network, TLC and other networks. His work has screened in over twenty international film festivals, and received numerous awards such as Best Screenplay at the New York International Independent Film Festival and Best Feature at Bar Harbor Film Festival and Korean IndieKino International Film Festival. He is the recipient of 2 CINE Eagle awards for directing and editing. He has studied film at Harvard, NYU and USC and is currently directing the feature documentary THE WEDDING TOUR.
   
Basia Winograd, CINEMATOGRAPHER Basia's feature documentary, THE TEAM, which she co-directed with Oscar-winning Director James Marsh (MAN ON A WIRE), was broadcast on the BBC in 2006. Her video art and short films have been exhibited around the world, including at NYC's the MOMA. Commercial highlights include spots for Nike, Greenpeace and IBM. She received an MFA in directing from Columbia University.
   
Giancarlo Vulcano, COMPOSER Giancarlo Vulcano's debut CD VETRO was named by Newsweek as a Top Album for Summer 2008 and Steve Smith wrote, "if there is minimalism at play, it is that of Satie rather than Glass or Reich." (Time Out New York). He currently works with composer Jeff Richmond on the music for the comedy 30 ROCK on NBC, where he contributes music, arrangements, and plays all the guitar-family instruments heard on the show (ukelele, banjo, lapsteel). Other professional relationships include a long association with Howard Shore (LORD OF THE RINGS) and Angelo Badalmenti (David Lynch). He is the producer, along with Hal Willner and Jeff Richmond, of the recently released THE MUSIC OF 30 ROCK compilation (Relativity Music Group).
       
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