Sarah brennan kolb
Sarah Brennan Kolb is writer, director, and producer. A native Texan, she attended the University of Texas at Austin where she received a B.S. in Radio-Television-Film. Before beginning her career in film, Sarah worked as a cook and baker on the Lazy L&B Ranch in Western Wyoming. Afterwards, she moved to Brooklyn to follow her dream of making movies about badass women doing badass things. Her past producing credits include the upcoming feature Maggie Black, Lost Pines (LA Shorts Fest, Palm Springs International, DeadCenter Film Festival), and Skunk (Cannes Film Festival Grand Prize in Cinnefondacion, Oscar 2016 Qualified). Sarah splits her time between Brooklyn, New York and Kenedy, Texas. She is currently working on two documentaries for Vice Media TV.
Jessica Burgess is a producer and 1st Assistant Director based in Brooklyn. She’s produced & assistant-directed award-winning content for clients such as Jay-Z’s Life+Times, Tribe Pictures, Vice, Gravity Media, and the upcoming feature documentary Canary in a Coal Mine. Currently, Jess is the lead producer for the Museum of Modern Art’s Coursera video series. Born and raised in North Carolina, Jess graduated from New York University Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in Film Production. She would like to add that though the documentary will be shooting in Texas, Carolina pulled pork will always reign supreme in her heart.
kyle I. kelley
Kyle I. Kelley is a Brooklyn-based cinematographer and producer, and owner of BullMoose Pictures. He is currently in post-production on Jeff Golub: Train Keeps A Rolling, a documentary he shot and directed. After graduating with a degree in Cinema & Photography from Ithaca College, Kylebegan working at Insignia Films, a Manhattan-based documentary production company. While at Insignia, Kyle worked under Director Stephen Ives, who has produced over 20 feature length documentaries. Kyle also had the opportunity to learn from one of the best documentary cinematographers in the country, Buddy Squires, ASC. Kyle’s past cinematography credits include multiple projects for UNICEF, Farmers for America (Feature Doc), Retro Report (New York Times), The Sound One Project (Feature Doc), and They Might Be Giants (Feature Doc).
Ethan c. yake
Ethan C. Yake is an executive producer and humanitarian from Upstate New York. He founded Mohawk + Hudson Films to champion storytellers who combine a deep connection to place with an authentic voice and a clear vision. Past projects include: This is Home: A Refugee Story (Sundance Film Festival 2018) and Little Woods (Tribeca Film Festival 2018).