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Malcolm is a writer, director and producer based in Los Angeles, California. He got his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania before completing his MFA in directing from the American Film Institute in 2016. His thesis film BENNY GOT SHOT played at the Cannes Film Festival, HBO’s American Black Film Festival, as well as the Atlanta Film Festival where he won the 2017 Filmmaker-to-Watch Award. After taking a year to shadow his mentor Spike Lee, Malcolm would then write and produce an online scripted series for The Fader titled, SUMMER OF ’17 with Mikey Alfred. His next short film, which he directed alongside Gina Gammell and Riley Keough is set to release in early 2019.
Brittany Snow is a versatile actor, singer, producer, director and advocate with a diverse body of work that ranges from lead roles in successful feature films like the PITCH PERFECT franchise and HAIRSPRAY, to work in award-winning independent films like VICIOUS KIND and 96 MINUTES, to starring or featured roles on numerous television series including AMERICAN DREAMS and NIP/TUCK. A committed advocate for change, Snow created the nonprofit movement Love is Louder with The Jed Foundation in 2010. MILKSHAKE is Snow's directorial debut.
She can next be seen as one of the leads of SOMETHING GREAT on Netflix for producers Paul Feig and Anthony Bregman.
Jeremy is an American filmmaker from Las Vegas and graduate of the American Film Institute. While studying directing at AFI, his thesis film This Way Up was given the Bridges Larson Grant for it's moving performances and went on to win a Student Academy Award. His first feature Liars, Fires and Bears competed in several film festivals around the world, winning 3 Jury awards for best feature and best performance. Before relocating to LA, Las Vegas Weekly awarded him “Best Local Filmmaker”. In between films he’s directed several music videos for artists such as Pentatonix, One Ok Rock, Cozz, On an On, Mimicking Birds and Night Drive. His videos have garnered over 100 million views and have premiered on MTV, Billboard and Stereogum. Jeremy's an alumni ofseveral top tier film festivals including,AFI Fest, Austin Film Fest andTribecaandhewas featured in the Next Gen Issue of the Hollywood Reporter. He's currently editing a documentary series for CNN featuring Van Jones and is represented by Ari Lubet and Jermaine Johnson at 3 Arts Entertainment.
Angel Kristi Williams
ANGEL KRISTI WILLIAMS is an award-winning writer & director from West Baltimore, Maryland. Her work has screened in art galleries, festivals around the world and garnered the attention of Participant Media. Utilizing her background in visual art, photography and experimental film, her aim is to tell stories visually first, using very little dialogue. She seeks to change the way black people are represented, allowing her characters to live and breathe onscreen in ways seldom seen. Her short film "Charlotte," won jury awards at Atlanta and Sarasota Film Festivals. Angel is a Film Independent Project Involve Fellow, winner of the Sony Pictures Diversity Fellowship, and named one of ten black directors to watch by Paste Magazine. She is based in LA and currently in post on her feature directorial debut, Really Love.
Angel Kristi Williams
Joey Ally is a writer, director, and actor raised in New York City, based in LA.
Joey's short films MINIMUM WAGE, PARTNERS, and JOY JOY NAILS have screened internationally at festivals including Sundance, Tribeca, Aspen Shortfest, AFI Fest, LAFF, New Orleans, Outfest, PSISF, and BFI:Flare. PARTNERS premiered online with Vimeo Premieres; JOY JOY NAILS with The New Yorker's "The Screening Room." She also directed two episodes of Women in Film's gender parity satire "Flip the Script," and a corporate spoof of "The Office" she made for WME|IMG, for which she won "Video of the Year 2015". Most recently, she co-wrote, executive produced, and starred in dark comedy ARE YOU STILL SINGING for Turner and Refinery29’s Shatterbox program, which premiered at BFI:London 2018.
She is an alum of Amherst College, the American Film Institute Directing Workshop for Women, Tribeca/Chanel “Through Her Lens”, the AFI/Fox Directors Lab, Universal Pictures Directors Intensive, and the Sundance Institute Screenwriting Lab and Sundance Creative Producing Summit. She, and her work, have been featured across the internet including by Indiewire, Slate, Short of the Week, Vulture, The Hollywood Reporter, Deadline, Elle, and Bustle.
A student of UCB and The Groundlings, where she is currently in the core track, Joey especially loves working in comedy - to varying degrees of darkness, and with a forever fascination toward stories and characters that we don't usually get to see. She is one of those people who still really believes film (in addition to campaign finance reform and a few other things she'd like to talk to you about, through film) can save the world. Joey has driven straight across America three times, and is learning to enjoy "sports" for the first time in her life. Otherwise, she is developing projects through Silverox Pictures, which she shares with her DP and partner in all things T.J. Williams, Jr. She is represented by WME|IMG, Good Fear Film + Management, and Stone, Genow, Smelkinson, Binder & Christopher, LLP.
His new work for Under Armour was a recent Video of the Day (VOTD) winner and earned numerous nominations at the 2018 Tongies, including Best New Artist, Best Commercial, Best Docu-Style Video, and Video of the Year.
Kyle has directed videos for clients including, Abbot Nutrition, Chevy, PlayStation, Valspar Paint, and many more.
Ro Haber is a writer and director whose work spans across the Narrative, Documentary, Branded, and VR spaces. They are a graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts and have been a fellow in Film Independent/Netflix Episodic Lab, Outfest’s Screenwriting lab, AFI’s Directing Workshop for Women, and Universal’s inaugural Directing Program. They were listed on The Alice Initiative’s 2018 list of directors ready to helm studio films and most recently was a 2018 Ryan Murphy TV HALF Program fellow, shadowing on FX’s new series, Pose.
Their films have played at Tribeca, AFI Fest, LA Film Festival, New Orleans Film Festival, Palm Springs Shortfest, Outfest, and numerous others. They have created branded work for Google x Stink Studios, Tribeca x Bulgari, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, and many others.
Their digital documentary series New Deep South— which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2017— was awarded a Webby and the Audience Award at LA Film Festival and the New Orleans Film Festival and was also nominated for a GLAAD award. They also took home the Grand Jury Prize at Outfest in 2013. Their latest doc series, Braddock, PA (on Topic), has gained critical attention from The New York Times and The New Yorker.
Obsessed with youth and digital culture, Haber has recently ventured into the world of Virtual Reality and was a Sundance New Frontier Lab Fellow in 2017. There, they developed a VR project called Belle of the Ball about vogue-ing/ballroom culture in NY, which they are co-directing with Silas Howard and Polish New Media Duo, Pussykrew. Haber spoke about VR/AR at the Engadget Alternative Realities conference, which showcases the latest thinkers in Virtual and Augmented Reality, and Sundance’s VR creator panel at Outfest, and was selected for the 2018 Dev Lab by Oculus and RYOT. Their next project is an AI conceptual horror feature entitled Shell.ai.
Jackson Kroopfis a director from Los Angeles. He makes narratives, docs, commercials, music videos - all the things - as long as they’re intimate. His hybrid short films have screened at the Clermont Ferrand International Short Film Festival, Frameline Film Festival, New Orleans Film Festival and the BFI London Film Festival among over 20 others worldwide. Jackson received his BA in Imagined Alternatives from Vassar College and an MFA from University of California. Santa Cruz in Social Documentation.