Alexis Neophytides holds a B.A. from Brown University and an M.A. in Media Studies and Documentary Filmmaking from the New School. Her award-winning documentary Coney Island’s for the Birds appeared in film festivals around the country. Aside from her work as a filmmaker, she founded and teaches “Human Rights Through Art,” a nonprofit program directed at low-income, middle-school children in NYC.


Trina  Rodriguez works as a freelance editor and producer in New York City. Her work has appeared in festivals and museums and her documentary Our Lady Queen of Harlem screened in 2009 at MoMA's Documentary Fortnight and is being distributed by Third World Newsreel.  She is currently producing a documentary for PBS on the lives of two prominent Chinese bloggers and the state of citizen journalism in China.



Jon Miller has been working as a professional cinematographer in NYC since 1999.  His work spans film and television, narrative and documentary, feature and short subject and has appeared in numerous national and international film festivals including Taormina and Tribeca.  His previous credits include the features Limbo, American Beer and Been Rich All My Life