Marshall Curry, Producer/Director
Curry was the director, producer, editor, and cinematographer of Street Fight, the Academy Award-nominated and Emmy-nominated documentary. The critically acclaimed film won numerous awards including the Audience Awards at Tribeca Film Festival, Silverdocs Festival, and Hot Docs. Curry also directed, produced, and was an editor of Racing Dreams, which won the Best Documentary Award at 2009 Tribeca Film Festival. In 2005 Marshall was selected by Filmmaker Magazine as one of "25 New Faces of Independent Film", and he was awarded the International Documentary Association (IDA) Jacqueline Donnet Filmmaker Award. In 2007 he received the International Trailblazer Award at MIPDOC in Cannes.
Sam Cullman, Co-Director
Cullman has shot numerous documentaries for broadcast and theatrical release. He was a cameraman on Why We Fight, which won the Sundance 2005 Grand Jury Prize for documentary. Most recently, Cullman was the Director of Photography on King Corn, an ITVS documentary about the American diet and food system. Cullman has also produced and directed a number of short films for government agencies and non-profits such as the NYC Housing Authority and the SEIU.