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Maureen Ryan (Producer)
Maureen A. Ryan is a freelance producer based in New York City. Graduating with a MFA from Columbia University, Ryan cut her teeth producing commercials and music videos in Nashville. Moving back to New York, she produced the award-winning documentary, Wisconsin Death Trip, in 1999, which premiered at the Telluride and Venice Film Festivals. Ryan and director James Marsh will continue their collaboration on Content Film's The King, co-written by Oscar nominated writer Milo Addica (Monster's Ball). Ryan teaches and supervises production in Columbia's Graduate Film Program.
Neil Lisk (Director of Photography)
Born in England, Neil completed a film degree on a full track scholarship at Southern Illinois University. Whilst there he began a collaboration with Paul Cotter which eventually led to the two of them working in Nashville together, where Neil proceeded to shoot a succession of award winning music videos for the likes of THE DERAILERS, RELIANT K and GARY ALLEN. By way of New York City, Neil continued to shoot commercials and music videos, before relocating to Los Angeles, where he recently wrapped the feature A COUPLE OF DAYS AND NIGHTS, with David Lago and Shonda Farr.
Rachel Goodlett (Editor)
Rachel Goodlett works as an editor in both New York and Los Angeles. Her editing credits include Eric Idle Exploits Monty Python, directed Eric Idle; Pullout, a feature documentary of one woman's investigation into her past relationships, directed by Jyllian Gunther; Lost Subs: Disasters at Sea for National Geographic Television and Code Blue for New York Times Television. Her Assistant Editor credits include A Decade Under the Influence directed by Richard LaGravanese for IFC; Feel Like Going Home, part of The Blues series, directed by Martin Scorcese; Pootie Tang a Paramount feature by Louis CK; Love in the Time of Money directed by Peter Mattei and showcased at Sundance; and most recently the feature Garden State, a Jersey Films production directed by Zach Braff.
Bruce Terris (Co-Writer)
Chicago-based writer Bruce Terris began his career as an actor and producer in some of Chicago's most alternative theater. Bruce first got into independent film as a first assistant director and worked on numerous Chicago productions, including KWIK STOP, featured at last year's Los Angeles and Chicago International Film Festivals, BROTHER 2, by award-winning Russian filmmaker Alexei Balabanov, and the Project Greenlight film, STOLEN SUMMER . Setting his sights on writing and directing, Bruce produced his feature film directorial debut, HOLE IN THE WALL, followed by the IFP Production Fund winner, FLYING, which was officially selected as one of the 11 shorts in competition at the 55th Cannes Film Festival . He is currently represented by Lawrence Mattis at Circle of Confusion, Ltd.
Doug Liman (Executive Producer)
Doug Liman, founder of Enigma Media, is currently directing Mr and Mrs Smith, starring Brad Pitt, for New Regency. Doug directed and produced Universal Pictures feature film The Bourne Identity in 2001. With the previous success of Swingers and Go, Doug established himself as an innovator in the industry. He was involved in the creation of Propaganda Independent, through which he directed cutting edge commercials for Levi's and Sony. His Hackeysack spot with Tiger Woods for Nike received critical acclaim. Mr. Liman has a proven reputation for discovering new talent, including Mathew Perry, Calista Flockhart, Heather Graham, Vince Vaughn, Taye Diggs and Katie Holmes. In 1997, he received an MTV Movie Award for Best New Filmmaker. Doug graduated in 1988 with a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University where he also founded their TV station.
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