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T.G Herrington

T.G Herrington, is an American born award winning Director and Editor. He is best known for directing real people and actors alike, moving effortlessly from documentary to scripted productions. The result is an evocative body of work driven by narrative and infused with powerful, visual techniques. In addition, T.G brings brand storytelling to life with epic visuals, a high level of film craft, and authentic performances. His clients have ranged from Lenovo, Ancestry, Nike, Toyota, and Miller Beer. T.G’s critically acclaimed films A Tuba To Cuba and Mr. Okra that he both directed and wrote have premiered at Sundance, Cannes and SXSW Film Festivals. T.G also has extensive experience collaborating with other filmmakers such as Director Gary Ross as an Executive Producer on a civil war film The Free State of Jones starring Matthew McConaughey and Director Simon West as a Lead Editor on The Mechanic starring Jason Statham. He also worked with the rock icon Paul McCartney to write and direct a series of interconnected music videos for the song Come On To Me


Sophie Barthes

Sophie Barthes is a Franco-American award winning filmmaker, graduate of Columbia University, and alumna of The Sundance Screenwriters & Directors Lab. She has a strong visually poetic language drawn from what inspires her. Sophie has the uncanny ability to bring the audience along on an intimate journey through her characters and the stories she tells.

Sophie’s directorial debut, Cold Souls with Paul Giamatti and Emily Watson premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and then traveled to more than 30 international film festivals. Her second feature Madame Bovary premiered at the Telluride Film Festival, and internationally at the Toronto Film Festival and went on to more than 20 international film festivals. Her third feature The Pod Generation with Emilia Clarke and Chiwetel Ejiofor will premiere on opening night at the Sundance Film Festival 2023.
The film has already won the Alfred Sloan Prize.

Edward "Buck" Buckles

Edward Buckles, a native of New Orleans, is a highly talented director who has established a unique style of visual storytelling that blends fine art and poetic documentary techniques. With an impressive portfolio that includes commercial work for Adidas and Crown Royal, Buckles has made a name for himself as a master of non-linear storytelling, inviting his audience to reflect on the beauty of imperfection and the power of remembrance. 

A groundbreaking filmmaker, Buckles draws inspiration from his community, using innovative techniques to document the stories of Black communities that might otherwise be lost to time. His feature film debut, the documentary Katrina Babies, is currently streaming on HBO Max, and has won numerous awards, including the Human/Nature Award and the Albert Maysles Award for Best New Documentary Director at the Tribeca Festival. The film was also nominated for Best Feature Documentary at the International Documentary Association (IDA) Awards. 

Buckles' exceptional work has been recognized by Time Magazine, which featured his award-winning film on the August 2022 digital cover. The issue included a conversation between Buckles and the celebrated journalist Soledad O'Brien.


Jackson Fager

Jackson Fager is a docu-style director and cinematographer. His work can be characterized by a strong sense of intimacy that celebrates the human condition in all its forms. He has been nominated for multiple Primetime Emmys. Jackson served as Africa Bureau Chief of Vice Media and has filmed in over 70 countries. He is known for emotionally engaging documentaries that are often shot under dangerous conditions and explore real people living in extreme circumstances from Fighting Isis in Iraq to eight civil wars in Africa. He is also the creator, director and producer of Hunters for Vice. Most recently Jackson directed the series Algiers, America for HULU/ESPN premiering in the spring that tells the story of a remarkable high school football coach and his players in the center of one of New Orleans' oldest neighborhoods, and the community that comes together to fight for hope and survival. Jackson's fearless curiosity and honest directing style, balance the cinematic beauty of his projects with a unique storytelling approach to his filmmaking.


Simon West

Simon West, is a British-born award winning commercial and film director. He is best known for his visually striking,  high-action work in mega-hit feature films including action-thrillers Expendable 2, Con Air, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, The General’s Daughter, When a Stranger Calls and The Mechanic.

Simon’s total movie box office clocks in at $1.4 Billion. During a decades-spanning career, Simon has collaborated with many of the world’s elite creative agencies on their leading brands including Mercedes Benz, Pepsi, Budweiser, Nike, Levis, Miller Beer and Doritos. Simon’s work is typified by a poetic, and ultimately very cinematic approach to storytelling. His work has been honored by the industry and has won several Clio and Golden Lion Award’s.

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