Sherman Lau is an award winning director and television producer of over 350 hours of programming. He has produced and directed television documentaries, music videos and commercials including the Emmy nominated series, “Behind the Music.” He has been nominated for the Cable Ace award and Alfred E. DuPont Columbia Journalism award for his documentary “Postcard from Bosnia: Sheryl Crow.” He most recently wrote, directed and edited his first narrative feature film, “Zooey.” For more information on “Zooey” please go to www.ZooeyFilms.com.
Rob Aitro is a graduate
of New York University. He has worked in script development for producers
Martin Bregman, ("Sea of Love", "Carlito's Way") Dan
Jinks, ("American Beauty") and Marvin Worth ("Malcom
X"). He also worked as an assistant to director Brian Gibson
("What’s Love Got To Do With It"). From here Aitro's path led
him to pursue independent projects of his own that he could direct. He
teamed up with four former New York University alumni to direct a unique
documentary called, "Togbe.” Aitro has also just completed
directing an independent feature he wrote called "Baroness".
Klawans - Producer
David Klawans is known
for locating obscure true stories and then setting them up as film or
television projects to produce. He has several feature film projects in
development at various studios. These include “Friar Storm” at
Nickelodeon/Paramount, the “Compton Cricket” project at New Line and
“Pet Heroes” at Universal. He also produced the cable movie “Atomic
Twister” on TBS Superstation, which was the most watched cable movie of
Brett Albright has won
the International Cinematographer’s Guild Award for Cinematography and
the Wasserman Award for Cinematography. He has contributed to
documentaries such as "Naked States" (shown on HBO’s America
Undercover series), "The Ballad of Ramblin’ Jack" (Sundance
2000) and has filmed celebrities such as Bill Clinton, Tom Wolfe, Arlo
Guthrie, Jimmy Carter, Phish, and others. His work has been shown on CBS,
NBC, HBO, BBC, MTV, BET, and internationally. His feature "In the Eye
of the Storm" premiered at the Toronto Film Festival.
Davison went to film school at NYU where he met this project's producer
David Klawans. Davison has been a P.A. 2nd AC, Production Coordinator,
Production Manager, and Assistant director on various music videos and
industrials. He got out of the freelance business and worked studio desk
jobs. During this time he sold a screenplay titled: "The Ice Cream
Man." After a five year stint at Paramount, he moved to a remote
island and wrote a satire on Hollywood titled: "Blockbuster."
The book can be purchased on Amazon.com (hardback $22.95). He is currently
Fox's director of DVD product development.
Zach Lucas recently graduated from the New England
Conservatory in Boston. He leads
his own funk and R&B band Bootyjuice based in New York City.
For more information please go to www.Bootyjuicefunk.com.
Lucas also perfoms alto saxaphone in a Latin jazz band called Insight.
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