Film Crew – Alphabetical

Adam Abraham

Story

Rosie Albright

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Story Editor
Biography

Rosie transcribed Jimmy Murakami and assisted with the CTN Booth.

Gwendolyn Arreola

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Production Assistant

Gloria Arteaga

Production Designer

Giannalberto Bendazzi

Production Associate

Tony Best

Editor

Jordan C. Bickelmann

Production DesignerWork Phone: (818) 237-0175Website: www.jordanbickelmann.com

G. Allen Black

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Art Director

Tee Bosustow

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Producer / Director
Biography

One of the sons of Steve Bosustow, Tee is an award winning documentary filmmaker, working in all areas of filmmaking in, Paris, London, Hong Kong, and Burbank.  Tee studied Motion Picture production at UCLA, and later taught Broadcast Journalism Production at USC.

Sylvie Bosustow

Camera

Cinzia Bottini

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Story Editor
Biography

Cinzia has transcribed the interviews of Hana Cannon, Mike Kazaleh, Giannalberto Bendazzi, Fred Crippen, Stephen Bosustow, Bill Melendez, and Alan Zaslove.

Samantha Brandt

Woodbury University Production Student

Kevin Cannarile

Production AssociateWebsite: Kevin\’s Blog
Biography

Animation Director

Jimmy Cenci

Story Editor

Jin Chong

Gladys Contreras

Production Designer

Silvina Cornillón

Production Associate

Fabian Corona

Character Designer

Lee Crowe

Story Editor

Joanna Davidovich

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Character DesignerWebsite: Character Design site

Charles Davis

Camera

Sébatien Dobadie

Production Associate

Patrick Dunavan

Camera

Jamie Ekkens

Camera

Dave Evans

Story

Fenway Wei Fan

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Lead Character DesignWebsite: Fenway\’s Website
Biography

Fenway Fan received her MFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology. Her unique humor, whimsical and colorful artistic style can be found everywhere in her pieces: character designs for UPA film “The Boing Heard Round The World”, merchandise design for Disney Theme Parks, daily illustrations, and in her award wining film “Handi & V”. Fenway
is currently living in Orlando, FL and freelancing on fun projects.

The characters Fenway has designed so far are: John Hubley, Bill Melendez, Paul Julian, Joe Siracusa, Ted Geisel (Dr.Seuss), Bob Kurtz, Dave Hilberman, Pete Burness, Alan Zaslove, Bill Hurtz, and Grim Natwick. She’s also designed the Street people, dogs, a cat, and the delivery truck, for the Gerald Hop scene.



Timm Finn

Executive Producer

Tim Finn

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Ken Gale

Sound

Adrián Garcia

Eliza Gardner

Fernando Ferreira Garróz

Character Designer, Production Designer
Biography

Fernando designed our “joyful kid” logo, which is at the top of this page, next to the title of the documentary.

Amy Goodrich

Production Associate

G. Melissa Graziano

Post

Julie Greiner

Story Editor

Katia Grifois

Story Editor

Manny Grijalva

Rebecca Hayes

Amy Johnson

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Story EditorWork Phone: 619-490-9123Website: Website

Matt Jones

Production Designer

Mike Kazaleh

Eunice Kim

Christina Lee

Story Editor

Linda Lee

Production Associate
Biography

Perhaps Linda deserves a special credit as Prop Designer, since she designed more cars than anything else.

Silvia Longhi

Character Designer

Frank Macchia

Music

Tunisia Mambala

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Story Editor
Biography

Tunisia is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts Boston, majoring in the Fine Arts, with a specialty in digital media, and experience working on video production animation. Tunisia has transcribed John Canemaker, but will be transitioning to animation production.

Destiny McCune

Story Editor

Zabrina McIntyre

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Marketing
Biography

Zabrina has begun research for the Documentary Companion book, on which she will be the Co-Author.
(Drawing is by Jordan Koch.)

Braddon Mendelson

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Web Designer, Los AngelesNoisivision StudiosWebsite: Noisivision Studios

Cynthia Nava

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Woodbury University Production StudentCell Phone: (323) 313-6763
Biography

Cynthia designed a number of characters, including a Hairdresser character and a Snooty Woman character, who others beside herself created walk cycles.

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Zare Oganesyan

Woodbury University Production Student
Biography

Created Incidental Character Design and Test Animation at Woodbury’s UPA Documentary Production class

Rob O’Keefe

Camera

Sydney Parris

Story Artist / Layout

Elana Pomaras

Production Associate

Elena Pomares

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AnimatorFrance

Jinkai Qian

Production Associate

Joy Qian

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Production Baby

Bob Richardson

Story EditorWebsite: Website
Biography

Bob is a graduate of California Institute of the Arts (Chouinard), with a degree in animation and film production and vast experience in the entertainment industry.  After working on many highly acclaimed theatrical cartoons (“Pink Panther,” “Ant and the Aardvark”), TV Specials (“The Grinch Grinches the Cat in the Hat,” “My Mom’s Having a Baby”), as well as TV series (“Planet of the Apes,” “Dungeons & Dragons”),

Bob received four consecutive Emmys and other awards Producing and Directing “Jim Henson’s Muppet Babies” with his talented creative partner, Hank Saroyan. Shortly thereafter, Bob set-up the Marvel Films Animation Studio, Producing/Directing sixty-five half-hour episodes of Fox’s top-rated “Spider-Man” series. He Produced and Directed the CGI TV series: “Max Steel” and in 2004, won his fifth Emmy directing the TV series: “Tutenstein.”

Bob made use of this varied experience, including working on features ranging from Disney’s “Jungle Book” to Bakshi’s “Heavy Traffic,” to complete two action-packed super-hero movies for Marvel and Lionsgate (2006): Ultimate Avengers I and II, as the Producer and Supervising Director. Ultimate Avengers I was awarded one of The Cinema Audio Society’s most prestigious awards: Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing (2006). Ultimate Avengers II won the Entertainment Merchants Association’s 2007 “best non-children’s direct-to-DVD” award. Both Avengers I and II were nominated for Golden Reel Awards. Bob has recently completed work on the animated FOX sitcom: “King of the Hill.”

In addition, Bob is fine-tuning his original screenplay, “Metal-Morphosis,” a post-apocalyptic, sci-fi, future-world saga with three sequels already in the planning stages and a number of other projects that he’s been creating during his career, including a recent PSA that was produced to help encourage Film Incentives in North Carolina.

Andrea Rosales

Story Artist / Layout

Baby Roux

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Production Baby

Rachael Saunders

Character Designer

Anna Sher

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Woodbury University Production Student
Biography

Boulevard Grauman's Created early Hollywood Boulevard designs.

walk-cycle

Isabelle Siegrist

Production Associate

Joe Sikoryak

Production Designer
Biography

Joe created our very first logo and was seen by thousands before changing the title of the documentary.

Nick Sikoryak

Animator

Juliet Sironi

Stephanie Smith

Post

Ed Stevens

Sound

Baby Talia

Production Baby

Edric Tham

Woodbury University Production Student

Nino Tomassini

Brett Underhill

Character Designer

Alyssa Wejebe

Story Editor

Terry Wilson

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Story Editor
Biography

Terry has been the doc’s photographer for most all our events, and has also transcribed Bob Dranko, Tony Benedict, Tom Sito, and Joe Siracusa.

Rachel Yelinek

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Story Editor
Biography

Rachel has created background character designs, as well as transcribing the interviews of Serge Bomberg, Jerry Beck, and J-C Dessaint.

Chris Zolner

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Story
Biography

Chris is an educator by training, and teaches third grade at the San Bernadino City Unified School District. He writes children’s books in his spare time, as well as a monthly column, Diary of a Madman, for Foster Focus Magazine. His children’s books, The Secret of the Shadow: The Real Truth Behind Groundhog Day, and his foster care themed novel, Jenna, will be published by
Splashing Cow Books.