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Lisa & Laura Bunbury
Benjamin-Shalom Rodriguez – Queer Mexican-Israeli-American Jew with a comedy and drama focus, and an affinity for petty underdogs. Will & Jada Smith Family Foundation Development Grant recipient and alumnus of Sundance Screenwriters Intensive. Ben’s also had 20+ comedic shorts/webisodes produced and 2 dramatic, award nominated/winning shorts produced.
Charlene Bagcal – Director/Writer with a focus on genre and world building. Asian American and a Southern California native. Recently wrapped being staffed on psychological thriller series, Red Bird Lane, starring Susan Sarandon. Currently in development for hour-long dystopian series, The Un/Desirables, of which she is the creator and a director for.
Cindy Chu – Focus on comedy/horror/drama. Queens native, from a working-class Taiwanese/Chinese immigrant family. Created an award-winning digital series, Queens on Amazon Prime, and received Hennessy’s Unfinished Business grant.
Corey Dashaun – Comedy/Horror writer with a focus on themes of identity, sexuality, masculinity and race as kids of color come to age. Rochester, NY native and former educator. Currently, a writing fellow for Film Independent’s Project Involve.
Jeannette Godoy – Director/Writer. Focus on YA/Family Drama/Dramedy. First generation, Mexican American, choreographer turned director. Wrote a YA dance drama in development with Campanario Entertainment which she will direct.
Jerell Rosales – Director of young adult dramedy thrillers. Gay military brat. Feature debut stars Lana Condor, François Arnaud and James Franco for Lifetime/A+E: High School Lover. Jury Award win at Austin Film Festival for latest short The Terrorist. Also a writer with a Humanitas Prize.
Jules Arita Koostachin – Director/Producer/Writer born in MoshkeKo AsKi (Ancestral lands of the InNiNeWak – Cree) with a focus on protocol and practices in relation to Indigenous stories. A documentarian, an academic, and delving into the scripted world with my first feature drama Broken Angel.
Kryzz Gautier – Focus on Sci-Fi/Genre/World Building. Queer, Afro-Latina writer/director born in the Dominican Republic who lived in the US as an undocumented adult for 5+ years. Set up a series and a feature at studios in the last six months, both of which she wrote and will be directing.