Who helps make this happen?
Jennifer 8. Lee
I produce things
Jenny is a documentary producer and big film enthusiast. Formerly a reporter at the New York Times, she is now a vice chair of the Unicode Emoji Subcommittee and runs Plympton, a literary studio that does lots of things including providing literary short stories from well-known writers to Amazon. She first attended Sundance in 2006 with the hope of turning her book into a documentary — which worked out rather well in the long run! She is the producer of The Search for General Tso, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, and the upcoming Picture Character. The Queen of Woodside, she is a benevolent leader and loves nothing more than enabling creatives.
(P.S. Jenny did not write her bio.)
Actor, Writer, Director
Born in London, Alex trained at the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain, then went on to get an MAPhil from The University of Edinburgh where he frequented the student theatre and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. After graduating, he trained as an actor in New York at The Barrow Group and with teacher Sondra Lee. He continued training in Meisner technique under Tom Radcliffe in London. Alex has acted in plays, commercials, TV and independent films — as well as writing, directing and producing four short films. He is an acting coach and teacher and is currently putting together his debut feature, MIRACULOUS ISABELLA as writer/director/producer in partnership with Frida Torresblanco and Braven Films.
Director, Writer, Entrepreneur
Corey Asraf is a self taught director, writer, editor and producer of Moroccan and Irish descent. At the age of thirteen, he wrote and directed his first film. Since that time he has not stopped creating and has collaborated with various artists and musicians to create music videos, commercials and short films. His debut feature film titled Let Me Make You A Martyr starring Marilyn Manson among others was acquired by Filmrise and released in the spring of 2017. He is currently working on his second feature film and is actively looking for partners. Bring on the Sundance Magic!
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