Producer Randy Brewer founded Revolution Pictures in 1997 and has worked with some of the world’s most recognizable artists and brands: Taylor Swift, Verizon, Carrie Underwood, RAM Trucks, Samsung, and numerous others. These collaborations have earned numerous awards from an Addy to MTV Video Music Awards. Randy’s recent projects include ESPN 30 for 30’s Delaney, Canon’s Trick Shot, and Remand.
Producer Zach Prichard is a commercial/documentary/short film editor who shapes stories that inspire and challenge audiences. Zach cut his teeth in the music industry, working on featurettes and music videos before making the move to post production. He has since edited projects for ESPN, Verizon, Canon, Chase Bank, and Coca-Cola. Zach is currently based in Nashville, TN.
Executive Producer Dale Brown recently premiered The Ticket, starring Malin Ackerman and Dan Stevens at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival. He is also the executive producer of Martin Scorsese's adaptation of the Shusaku Endo novel, Silence, starring Liam Neeson and Andrew Garfield. It is slated for a November 2016 release by Paramount Pictures.
Executive Producer Janet Kerr is counsel to Nave and Cortell and CEO of Kerr Strategic Consulting. She also serves as vice chancellor at Pepperdine University and Professor Emeritus at the School of Law. Janet served as founder and executive director of the Geoffrey H. Palmer Center for Entrepreneurship and the Law and held the Laure Sudreau-Rippe Endowed Chair.
Producer Michelle Abnet is an Addy award-winner based in Nashville. Michelle has produced commercials and music videos around the world, working with artists like Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber, and Carrie Underwood. Remand is her documentary debut.
Cinematographer John Pope’s work has premiered at Tribeca, Sundance, and Cannes. Blood Brother won both the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. He shoots brand films, commercials, documentaries, and music videos while based in Pittsburgh, PA.
Director Craig Detweiler’s previous doc, (un)Common Sounds, premiered on ABC in 2013. His films have won the CINE Golden Eagle, the Heartland Film Festival, the Breckenridge Festival of Film, and the Tallahassee Film Festival. Craig was recently named Variety’s 2016 Mentor of the Year for his work as a film professor and creative director of the Institute for Entertainment, Media, and Culture at Pepperdine University.
Executive Producer Angela Bassett produced the Emmy nominated feature, The Rosa Parks Story, Screen Actors Guild nominated Ruby’s Bucket of Blood, and the inspiring South Chicago story, Our America. Her directorial debut, Whitney, earned her a Directors Guild of America nomination for outstanding Directorial Achievement. She also directed Water Apocalypse, an episode of National Geographic Channel's innovative new series, Breakthrough.