Jamie Greenberg’s first feature film, the acclaimed comedy Stags, was produced by indie film pioneer Ben Barenholtz. The film was lauded as “very funny” (Foxnews.com) and “the must-see indie film of the summer" (Monstersandcritics.com).
Mr. Greenberg recently wrote and directed the Separate Checks web series and has created numerous short films. His faux-historical short Pillowfighter won the "Grand Jury” and "Best Director” Awards at the NY International Independent Film Festival and was an Official Selection in the Montreal Comedy Festival.
Before getting into film, Mr.Greenberg was a TV Writer/Producer. He co-created Where In Time Is Carmen Sandiego? [PBS], for which he was nominated for 2 Emmy Awards, and wrote for every season of its sister show, Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego?.
He was a Story Producer on Michael Moore’s acclaimed series TV Nation and Senior Writer on a variety of MTV specials, including Wanna Be A VJ, MTV Spring Break, and many more. He co-created MTV’s hit show Lip Service, for which he won the “Best Game Show” CableACE Award.
Jamie is based in NYC and has a good dog and a dog.
Joanna Bowzer is a Los Angeles-based writer, director and producer with projects in film and theater. Her films have been to over 40 festivals over the past three years, and she is excited to bring Future ’38 to Park City this January. As a director, her work as been called both “bold, inspiring and a breath of fresh air” and ‘casually sardonic.” by the New York Theater Review and LA Weekly respectively. Her sophomore feature, Age of Bees, goes into production this spring. Prior to her career in film, Joanna spent 12 years working in technology start-ups focused on digital media and premium content. She still works with new companies and performing artists, helping them build business development and marketing strategies. Follow her on Twitter: @joannabowzer.
Mr. Goldberg is an accomplished and award-winning producer who literally wrote the book on independent film producing with the publication of his hit book First-Time Filmmaker F*#^-Ups: Navigating the Pitfalls to Making a Great Movie (Focal Press, 2012).
Daryl’s credits include highly acclaimed feature-films, internationally broadcasted commercials and award winning shorts. Variety, the industry’s top trade paper, describes Daryl’s work as "Wryly hilarious, completely overboard and unpredictable!," adding, "Daryl Bob Goldberg... balances his assets cautiously, frugally and with a ripe sense of audacious humor."
Daryl’s producing credits include the outrageous comedy Made For Each Other (IFC Films) starring Danny Masterson (That 70’s Show, Men at Work), Patrick Warburton (Family Guy, Rules of Engagement), and George Segal (The Goldbergs, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolfe). Daryl also produced the edge-of-your-seat thriller Unholy (Anchor Bay Entertainment) starring scream-queen Adrienne Barbeau (The Fog), the comedy the The Little Tin Man (Naples and Napa Valley Film Festival winner), & most recently the sexual thriller Buttercup Bill (Marfa Film Festival & London International Film Festival).
Jonathan Gray is a practicing attorney concentrating in independent film for nearly two decades and is the founding partner of Gray Krauss Stratford Sandler Des Rochers LLP. Jonathan is also an Emmy nominated producer (Nightingale), and has produced and executive produced over 40 films. In addition, Jonathan is an adjunct professor at Columbia University School of the Arts, and a frequent lecturer at NYU, SVA, and other educational institutions.
Adam Yeremian is an internationally award-winning filmmaker, producer and photographer whose work (Factory Days and News From Nowhere) with Warhol-director, Paul Morrissey was received by Cannes and Venice Film Festivals. Executively, his most recent films, Children of the Mountain and Hurricane Bianca have been distributed world-wide.
As a partner at ProMedia NYC's studio, Yeremian is responsible for managing numerous commercials, films, branded entertainment and television shows like Wonderama, a reboot of the classic, family friendly variety show. Armed with a wide range of knowledge of various post production workflows, problem solving techniques and a demeanor that can make even the most difficult personalities smile, Adam brings a confident, warm, professional spirit to all of his projects.
Alan McIntyre Smith is a New York based cinematographer, director, and producer. All Mistakes Buried, a recent release, received a 10-city theatrical release in January 2016 and stars Sam Trammell (HBO’s True Blood) and Vanessa Ferlito (Graceland). The Village Voice noted “vivid colors as saturated as Trammell’s sweat-soaked T-shirt and The Hollywood Reporter mentioned the film’s “seedy, sweaty atmosphere aided by Smith’s expertly hazy cinematography.” Film Journal International concludes “the movie is shot so beautifully it seems to elevate the story to a level of celestial significance.”
Another recent feature, White Rabbit, won Best Cinematography at the Chelsea Film Festival in 2014, won Best Film at the Catalina Film Festival and had a ten-city limited release in February 2015. The film stars Brit Robertson (Tomorrowland), Sam Trammell (True Blood), Nick Krause (The Descendants), and Ryan Lee (This Is 40). The New York Times review cited “thickly atmospheric photography”, and noted the cinematographer as “one of the director’s factor’s in his favor, working overtime at conveying a woozy beauty.” The Hollywood Reporter also mentioned White Rabbit’s “impressive cinematography.”
The music videos Smith has directed and photographed have appeared on MTV and garnered millions of views on online platforms. His TV credits include TLC’s Four Weddings, HGTV’s House Hunters International, and Food Network’s Road Tasted series. He has also served as chief lighting technician for the Oscar winning film Taxi to the Dark Side and Oscar-nominated Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room, as well as the Sundance hit The Station Agent.
Smith has taught cinematography for over a decade at Purchase College, State University of New York and at the Rutgers Center for Digital Filmmaking at The Mason Gross School of the Arts. His work can be seen at www.alansmithfilm.com.
Robert W Miller is a prolific composer of music for film, television and the concert hall, with a career spanning some 23 years. His distinctive style has made its mark on well over 2,000 commercials, a growing body of some 40 film scores, as well as numerous works for the stage. Over the years his work has garnered him seven CLIO awards, two AICP awards, two Emmy "group" nominations for the Coca-Cola spot “It’s Mine” and Mercedes' “Modern Ark,” as well as collective Emmys for Coca-Cola's “Heist" and the ESPN 30 for 30 film "Survive and Advance." For more about Robert, visit www.rmimusic.com.
Michael has designed costumes for film, theater, and television. The physical appearance of an actor is the first thing an audience sees, speaking volumes about that character before any dialogue is spoken. Working in collaboration with the director and actor to find the right balance is one of the most exciting aspects of Michael’s work. He finds nothing more rewarding than watching the transformation that occurs from the fitting process to the creation or selection of the clothing that helps the talent find their character’s voice.
He has worked with a diverse group of actors including: John Goodman, Danny Glover, Gina Gershon, James Gandolfini, Bill Murray, Steve Guttenberg, Wanda Sykes, Cynthia Nixon, Amy Sedaris, Colin Quinn, Sigourney Weaver, and numerous others in his career.
Television credits include two seasons of the Amazon Original Series Alpha House written by Garry Trudeau, two seasons of the LStudio Series Cop Show written by and starring Colin Quinn, and the Chiller Network Original Feature Brian Keene’s The Ghoul.
Film credits include Down The Shore with James Gandolfini and Famke Jannsen, The Killing Of John Lennon BAFTA nominee and winner of the Tribeca Film Festival Best Made In New York prize, In The Family Independent Film Award Nominee and winner San Diego Asian Film Festival Best Narrative Feature, Lucky McKee’s Sundance Film Festival’s controversial horror film The Woman, and the Turkish Five Minarets In New York with Danny Glover, Robert Patrick, and Gina Gershon.
Some theater credits include The Screwtape Letters at the Westside Theatre, Pearl Theatre and National Tour, White’s Lies at New World Stages, and Good Ol’ Girls at the Black Box Theatre.
To each of these projects Michael brings his distinctive voice, collaborative skills, and his strong sense of creation and construction of unique pieces to help define the appropriate mood.