Craig A. Colton   Photo: Evan Duning

Craig A. Colton 

Photo: Evan Duning

CRAIG A. COLTON (Director/Editor/Executive Producer) is an Emmy-nominated film and television editor born and raised in Los Angeles. He started roaming the streets of Hollywood at an early age, trespassing onto studio back lots and getting the reputation as “that damn kid who keeps running through our miniatures."

This was Craig’s first taste of the film business…and he liked it.

Since then, he has edited over thirteen feature films including the cult classic “SURF NAZIS MUST DIE,” “BOYS LIFE 2,” and “SPEEDWAY JUNKY” starring Darryl Hannah and Jesse Bradford. He also hunkered down behind an Avid for the television shows  “WEIRD SCIENCE,” “HONEY I SHRUNK THE KIDS,” and the series that was to be the “demise of television as we know it”…“SHASTA McNASTY.”

Craig has also edited award-winning documentaries for NBC News and The Museum of Television and Radio. He was nominated for an Emmy for Best Editing for the three-part documentary series, “A CENTURY OF WOMEN,” narrated by Jane Fonda.

Craig produced and edited the short film “WHEELS LOCKED” as well as numerous music videos for ZM Productions. “CAT POWER” is his directorial debut.

He has also stopped running through the miniature sets of studio back lots…

…at least for the time being.

 

 Stacy Goldate

Stacy Goldate

STACY GOLDATE (Writer/Producer/Executive Producer)  wrote, directed, and edited over a dozen independent films including DOMINATRIX WAITRIX, a queer sci-fi romp, which Annie Sprinkle called "an amazing, unique, interesting film!” Her films have screened at over thirty international film festivals including Outfest, The London Gay & Lesbian Film Fest, and The Nashville International Film Festival.

Her first documentary feature, LUCY BARKS! told the story of an all-ages punk rock club, included music and interviews with 90s indie bands such as Bikini Kill and Lambchop, and won Best Music Film at the Sinking Creek Film Festival (now the Nashville International Film Festival.)

Stacy’s collaborative video art has been exhibited at the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art. She received grants from the Illinois Arts Council, The Wexner Center for the Arts, and was named one of Chicago’s “30 People Under 30” by The Windy City Times. She also helped design and facilitate free workshops for queer and questioning youth with the Video Machete collective.

She produced a daily segment for BBC RADIO during a semester abroad at Cambridge University and received the prestigious Alexander Award for Excellence in Journalism from Vanderbilt University for her news program on WRVU Nashville. She earned her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. 

Stacy is now a freelance writer, producer and editor for film and television based in Los Angeles.  With collaborator Moore Rhys she has written several feature scripts including THE HUSTLER'S APPRENTICE, which was a semi-finalist for the Sundance Screenwriter's Lab and Creative World Awards. Her editing credits include the feature documentary STAND directed by Tavis Smiley and starring Dr. Cornel West, TNT’s unscripted procedural COLD JUSTICE, and PUSH GIRLS for The Sundance Channel. She was an editor on the upcoming 3D feature documentary about the Electric Daisy Carnival called UNDER THE ELECTRIC SKY and Justin Bieber's BELIEVE directed by Jon M. Chu. She is working with CAT POWER director Craig A. Colton on numerous scripted projects.

 

 Tom Banks

Tom Banks

TOM BANKS (Director of Photography) is a rising talent in the feature world with a strong background in commercials and music videos.  This Texan cinematographer quickly made waves after landing in Los Angeles, having lensed music videos for a wide range of artists including Will.i.am, Owl City, Cee Lo Green, and Pitbull. He has shot commercials for Vans and Chevy, as well as marquee branded campaigns for Funny or Die starring Don Cheadle, Seth Rogen, and Bryan Cranston.  "I find myself especially lucky to go to work every day with my best friends" he says.  Tom's personality and style make for a promising career ahead.

 

 Ken Berry

Ken Berry

KEN BERRY (Composer) is from Michigan via the University of Miami. He was a guitarist/producer in LA for many years before becoming a busy composer for TV, film and ad work.  Now with dozens of TV shows, films, and many other projects under his belt, Ken just won his 8th BMI music writing award for 2012.

 Dean Andre

Dean Andre

DEAN ANDRE (Production Sound Mixer) is an accomplished musical director, Recording Artist, Producer, Sound Designer and Composer.  He has created musical scores for hundreds of movies, television shows and records, and his talent and awards distinguish him as a legend in the music and audio industries.  Mr. Andre has received two Emmy nominations for his compositions and has worked on such productions as ”Aladdin” and “The Little Mermaid” ,”The Contract”, “The Maker”, XII,   “Fish Don’t Blink”, “B-Girl”, “Five Star Day”  “Emerald Acres” , “The Cross, Call of Duty:  Black Ops, The Wayshower, The Mis-Informant with Jack Black, Glamour Reel Moments, Panasonic’s:  Celebrity Hookup and BBC-4′s Television Series “Space Cadets” which currently holds the #1 most watched TV series in Europe for 7 years in a row.

In addition to hundreds of other film, gaming, television and commercial productions, Mr. Andre has also worked with recording artists Dweizel Zappa, Nikka Costa, Liberace, Aaron Fresh, and The School Gyrls.  He has extensive experience in the music industry, starting at the age of 16 as a singer and dancer with Doc Severinsen and Mike Douglas.  Current Projects include:  Ron Howard/Cannon:  “Project Imagin8ion”, “When You Find Me”  and Space Camp:  The Series.

 

 Ugo Derouard

Ugo Derouard

UGO DEROUARD (Sound Designer, Re-Recording Mixer) Founder of Ugosound Studios, Ugo Derouard is a Sound Designer & Supervising Sound Editor and has been successfully working in Hollywood since 2006.  Over his career, Ugo has worked with A-List Directors and Music Composers, on Award winning Films, TV Shows, Commercials and Documentaries since 2002.

He has received several Nominations and Awards, including the Peabodies in 2007, the AOF in 2009 for the originality and creativity of his Sound Design & 2010 for the overall Sonic Quality of his Mix. 

Recently, Ugo supervised the audio post for "The End of Love" (Sundance 2012), “The Opportunist” (Cannes 2013) and “Diamond On Vinyl” (Slamdance 2013) where his work was noticed and mentioned in a few professional publications(The Hollywood Reporter, TwitchFilms,...) and he also was a guest speaker at the 2013 Comic Con International Convention in San Diego.