Micah started filmmaking with a documentary project that took him half way around the world to Italy and later onto a Sundance award-winning short called, Exit 8A, directed by an NYU Alumni which won the Martin Scorsese Award that year. Nearly a decade later Micah went onto Managing and Producing his own Feature films realizing the vision of first-time Directors an fulfilling their dreams from concept to reality. Micah's most recent Producing credits include "It's Not a Date," starring Eric Roberts, Nina Hartley, and Spanish Bomb-Shell Mari Cielo Pajares. "From the Dead," staring Pepe Serna, James Duval and Dominiue Swain, and his latest film, "American Sharia," starting stand-up comedian, Omar Reagan. Micah has also completed his Documentary Directorial debut, 'Robbery of the Heart," a passion project coming to a film festival near you, years in the making.
Assistant Director (DE)
Tatjana studied theater and film at Humboldt University in Berlin and has been working as a Director's Assistant since 2005. Her credits include the 2002 hit thriller, Ripley's Game, the German TV series,Turkish for Beginner and Doctor's Diary, and Pope Joan.
Director Of Photography (US)
Grzergorz was born in Warszawa, Poland and moved to the United States when he was a child. He studied cinematography at Full Sail University where he received a Bachelor of Science in Film. After graduation he moved to Los Angeles to start his career as a freelance cinematographer.
Director Of Photography (DE)
Benjamin work as a lighting cameraman (DP) and filmmaker in advertising, film, corporate videos, music videos, documentary and also short films. Born in Stuttgart, he now lives near Passau, where he is a volunteer at Regionalfersehen. After a successful study at the BAF in Munich, he rounded out his education with internships at ARRI (light / stage / camera) and vultures film (CinePostproduction) in Berlin.
Assistant Director (US)
Jennifer obtained her Bachelor of Arts in English Communications at Penn State University. She was the Associate Director for the short film, Law and Disorder, and Associate Producer for the documentary, Nine Days That Changed the World, which explores the impact of Pope John Paul's historic nine-day pilgrimage to Poland in 1979.