A feature documentary shot on 16mm film, 70 minutes, directed by Peggy Sutton, USA
Peggy Sutton (Director and Producer) Upon graduation from Syracuse University, Peggy indulged her passion for unpaid internships and low paying PA jobs. Following a one year stint as assistant to the Film Buyer at Angelika Film Center, Peggy worked in various jobs, from Electrician to 1st AD, on low budget features and shorts. In 1996, Peggy founded the New York Script Supervisors Network (NYSSN), which she ran for four years. Peggy’s Scriptie experience includes big budget features like MIB 2 (2nd unit); indies such as “Pollock” and “The Daytrippers;” commercials and tv shows including “Ed” and “The Sopranos.” Peggy is currently producing a documentary called "Flat Daddy."
Rebecca Breckel (Producer and Post Production Supervisor) started in film as a camera assistant on music videos, commercials. She then moved into script supervising and has done so on over twenty features and two hundred commercials. She produced and directed a short film, a period piece, called “La Valtz.” She was a producer, and post production supervisor on the feature “Returning Mickey Stern” (Best Feature Rome Film Festival 2002), a producer on “David Danced Before the Ark” a feature documentary shot in Ethiopia and post production supervisor on “Book of Danny.” Rebecca is currently writing her first screenplay "Cricket."
Jawad Metni (Editor) With more than ten years of experience in documentaries, Jawad Metni has worked as Director, Editor and Cinematographer on numerous films including “Trading with the Enemy” (2003), which played at South by Southwest and the San Francisco Documentary Film Festival. He likewise completed the feature documentaries “Rumble in Mumbai” (2004) and “Downwind” (2001). As an Editor, Jawad has done short form docs for PBS and the History Channel. “The Plutonium Circus,” which Jawad shot and co-produced, won Best Documentary at the 1995 South by Southwest. Jawad has undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Texas at Austin and NYU respectively.
Luke Geissbuhler (Director of Photography) graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, where he earned a degree in Cinematography. Fresh out of school, Luke spent two years at R/Greenberg Associates working in digital post-production and special effects supervision. As a DP, Luke has shot features and documentaries for such luminaries as Barry Levinson, Barbara Kopple, Luc Besson, Doug Liman, David Byrne and Jane’s Addiction as well as cutting edge commercials for Volkswagon, Apple, Victoria’s Secret and Nike. Over the last several years, Luke has become a High-Definition specialist having shot many features and television shows on the format, including "Borat'.
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