Roz Jacobs – Co-writer, co-director, co-producer, editor, cinematography, sound recording
Jacobs is an internationally recognized painter who’s been exhibiting her oil paintings since 1987. Her training as a painter in composition, light and color—as well as her lifelong passion for film contributed to her skill as co-director and cinematographer in this first documentary short. Her screenplay, Emily and Gitta was produced by the American Film Institute. She worked with Agnieszka Holland as a script consultant on the film Korczak and with Weisman produced a short time travel video about Central Park called “From Time to Time.”
Laurie Weisman – Co-writer, co-director, co-producer, cinematography, sound recording
Weisman has been involved in the production of television programs on PBS including Ghostwriter and The Voyage of the Mimi (starring Ben Affleck). She’s worked on multimedia projects for companies including Scholastic, Disney and Sesame Workshop (formerly Children’s Television Workshop). This is her first documentary. She studied video editing at City College and sound recording at Downtown Community Television in NYC.
Ross Levinson – Original music and arrangements
Mr. Levinson has scored the hit television series Midnight Caller and Reasonable Doubts and was nominated for an EMMY for his work on Falcone. He scored the award-winning film Three of Hearts and the groundbreaking feature Dot Com For Murder. He has scored numerous commercials and documentaries including the Academy Award nominated Isaac In America and the Peabody Award winning documentary, Black Sky.
Dina Potocki – Additional editing
Potocki has been a documentary editor for over 20 years working on projects for PBS, ABC, A&E, History Channel, Bravo, Discovery & National Geographic. In addition, she has edited numerous independent documentaries.
Steve Pequignot – Online editor and colorist, Glue Editing and Design
Pequignot joined Glue in 2000 after spending over 20 years in Broadcast Television primarily as an online editor for NBC News, ABC News, King World Productions and others. Won Emmy awards for the 1988 Summer Olympics and A Lion In The House (2006).
Quentin Ciappetta – Sound design and mix
Ciappetta’s music and sound work have been heard on the Discovery Channel, Bravo, the Sundance Channel, public television stations across the nation, all the major networks and at the Tribeca Film Festival in every season of the festival’s existence.