Diana Agrest | Writer, Director, Producer, Archival IAUS Footage
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Julia A.G. Storm | Producer, Additional Editing and Writing
Julia A. G. Storm is a filmmaker living in Los Angeles. Julia credits her mother’s love of films from the 1940s for instilling in her a passion for filmmaking. As far back as she can remember she has been interested in capturing people’s lives - whether through photography, film or writing. In 2004 after graduating from Princeton with a major in Art History, Julia obtained an MFA in Directing/Production from UCLA and she has been making films ever since. Her own short films have screened at festivals worldwide and her work as an editor has been featured on HBO, Sundance, MTV, TV1, Nickelodeon and of course, on the silver screen. Currently, Julia is the Director of Production at The Mother Company, where she is thrilled to be creating beautiful, forward-thinking educational content for children.


Carl Pfirman | Editor, Additional Writing, 3D Motion Graphics
Carl received his MFA from the UCLA School of Film and Television where his thesis film, The Confession, won a Student Academy Award. His other film, Body Next Door, screened at over 70 international film festivals and aired on the Sundance Channel, Northwest Airlines, HBO, Showtime and Channel 4 (UK). His editorial credits include: the feature Lucky Miles, nominated for an IF Award (Australia); The Hanged Man, and Zona Rosa, a feature documentary released by Jour de Fete Films. His commercial work was awarded a Clio and a Gold Pencil from the New York One Show. 


Ben and Max Ringham | Original Score
Ben and Max Ringham are award-winning composers and sound designers. In a career spanning twenty years they have composed extensively for television, theatre, dance and performance and digital gaming. Ben and Max have produced scores and sound designs for over 50 major productions and have worked extensively in the West End, the National Theatre, RSC and on Broadway. Notable productions include ‘The Pride’ at the Royal Court for which they received an Olivier award, as part of the creative team, for Best Overall Achievement In An Affiliate Theatre, ‘The Ladykillers’ and ‘Piaf’ both of which received Olivier Award nominations for Best Sound Design.


Jeremiah Crowell | Cinematographer

David Quantic and Josh Little | Additional Cinematography