Jessica Robinson, DIRECTOR/ PRODCUCER
is founder and president of Robinson Creative Services, a strategic, interactive advertising and marketing solutions agency providing writing, Art Direction and production for TV, print and embedded streaming video. Fortune 500 clients include The New Yorker, The Financial Times,Architectural Digest, the Smithsonian Museum, Food & Wine, Vogue, the Danbury Mint and more.
Craig Lucas, EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
is an award winning playwright, screenwriter, theatre and film director. In 1989 Lucas wrote Longtime Companion, the first wide-release theatrical film to deal with the subject of AIDS. Lucas has been nominated twice for the Pulitzer Prize, once for Prelude to a Kiss and once for The Dying Gaul.
Richard Daniels, EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
is a choreographer, producer and director. He recently conceived and created a new platform for dances entitled Dances For An iPhone, a free app that the New York Times called "starkly elegant", and, "works of art in themselves". Each volume features six movies of accomplished dancers, some with original music by Gerald Busby.
Ximena Amescua Cuenca, ASSOCIATE PRODUCER
is an M.A. student in Cinema Studies at Tisch School of the Arts, and a candidate in the Graduate Certificate Program in Culture and Media at NYU. Prior to being involved with BusyBusbyFilms, Ximena has worked for the leading presenter of Latin American cinema in the U.S., New York-based Cinema Tropical, and award-winning Producer Elise Salomon.
Nicolas de Mones, ASSISTANT EDITOR
is a recent graduate from NYU Tisch Film/TV Kanbar School of the Arts studying Film/TV production. Nicolas has directed and written twelve short films. In addition to freelance work, and crewing on feature-length films, Nicolas is now finishing his edit for his most recent short film as he continues to work on pre-production for his upcoming film project in March.
Milan Maric, DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
recently received his MFA in Film from the City University of New York. Prior to moving to the United States, he worked extensively in the television industry in his native Serbia. He is currently a staff cinematographer for the Graduate Center, CUNY, (City University of New York).
Anton Bielecki, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
is an experimental filmmaker based in New York and London. He recently received his doctorate in film practice, and has been awarded grants by the prestigious Arts & Humanities Research Council in the UK. He has worked extensively as a found footage filmmaker, particularly in association with Other Cinema in San Francisco, where he has been developing new forms of documentary. He is director of the forthcoming documentary feature, The Long Shadow, the first found footage narrative.
Leo Soeda, MUSIC SUPERVISOR
has a Masters in Music from NYU, and has performed in world-renowned venues such as Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Avery Fischer Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Merkin Hall, Joe’s Pub, and the United Nations. Additionally he has performed on late night TV shows, such as NBC’s Late Night with Conan O’Brien, and CBS’s Late Show with David Letterman.
He is currently a conductor with the New Jersey State Youth Orchestra.
Ann Northrop, CONSULTANT
is a veteran journalist and LGBT activist. After a long career in mainstream journalism (National Journal, CBS News, etc.), Northrop quit and went to work as an AIDS educator and educator on homosexuality to teenagers. She became a core member of ACT UP/New York and was arrested many times, most famously in the notorious demonstration inside St. Patrick's Cathedral. Since 1996, she has co-hosted the weekly national TV news program "Gay USA."