Director, Writer, Producer, Editor
Daniel Pfeffer is an award winning Mexican-American screenwriter, director, and producer from Ithaca, New York. He attended Brooklyn College and NYU Tisch School of the Arts for Film and TV production. After earning his BFA, he went on to work in the film industry under various capacities. Daniel strives to use captivating narrative by creating socially conscious films, which speak to the human condition and to audiences worldwide. Mr. Pfeffer has an MFA in Screenwriting and Directing from the prestigious film program at Columbia University's School of the Arts.
Producer, Documentary Filmmaker, Cinematographer
Alexandra Brown studied anthropology as an undergraduate at Columbia University in New York City. After graduation, she worked in the film industry as a location scout, location assistant manager and producer’s assistant in New York City and L.A. She also produced a number of short films in New York and abroad. After working in the industry, she decided to study documentary film at The New School to bridge the gap between her interests in ethnography and her passion for both non-fiction and fiction filmmaking. She is an MFA candidate at Brooklyn College's Barry R Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema for Cinematography. She is particularly interested in making hybrid documentary films and narrative film that blurs the line between fiction and non-fiction.
Producer, Writer, Director
Khaula Malik is a Pakistani-American filmmaker based in New York City. She is recipient of the 2017 National Board of Review Student Grant for her short documentary, "How the Air Feels", a poignant look at domestic abuse. She got her start assistant directing and producing television shows for Pakistani television. Prior to filmmaking, she worked in healthcare and cancer research at the Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Khaula is currently pursuing her MFA in Film with a focus in Creative Producing, developing a narrative feature, and is in production on a documentary about the third gender community in Pakistan.
Director, Writer, Producer, Editor, Cinematographer
Kevin Contento is a Colombian-American filmmaker who grew up in South Florida. A University of Central Florida alumnus, he majored in cinema studies with a minor in philosophy, religion, and popular culture. He earned his MFA in Screenwriting and Directing from the graduate film program at Columbia University’s School of the Arts. His thesis film, Hierophany is a cerebral entry on the path to understand the intangible presence of God. His first feature film, The Conference of the Birds, explores the theme of divine unity in a hybrid documentary-drama aesthetic. Capturing life in Florida with non-actors in underserved communities and evoking the mystical reality within is his passion.
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