Tiffany Ann Laufer is an American film director,screenwriter, children's author and photographer. Her photos have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and NPR.
Laufer studied cinematography at The American Film Institute and undergraduate studies at Georgetown University. She wrote and directed the award-winning short film, The Acorn Penny.She has written and illustrated three children's books: The Porch Dream, Bellaboo & Colby's Colors of Summer and Bellaboo & B–Bug's Book of Counting.
She presently is the Creative Lead in Photography & Film for The Jackson Laboratory (Nonprofit).
The Acorn Penny was awarded First Place (Experimental Film Category) Twin Rivers Multimedia Festival May 2010.
Bronze Telly Award | A New Partner in Research - for Nonprofit branded content (The Jackson Laboratory) Laufer served as Director/DP/Producer - 2018
Bronze Telly Award | Alzheimer's POV Campaign - for Nonprofit branded content (The Jackson Laboratory) Laufer served as Director/DP/Producer - 2019
Harry Alan Sinclair is a New Zealand film director, writer and actor. In his early career he was an actor and member of The Front Lawn, a musical theater duo. He went on to write and direct several short films, a TV series and three feature films. He is best known for his role as Isildur in the first scenes of Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring.
Tiffany & Co. is an American luxury jewelry and specialty retailer headquartered in New York City. It sells jewelry, sterling silver, china, crystal, stationery, fragrances, water bottles, watches, personal accessories, and leather goods. Tiffany is known for its luxury goods, particularly its diamond and sterling silver jewelry. It markets itself as an arbiter of taste and style. These goods are sold at Tiffany stores, and through direct-mail and corporate merchandising.
Film in Kansas City possesses a rich heritage and a large film community. The Kansas City Metropolitan Area has often been a locale for Hollywood productions and television programming.
The Uptown Theater, known as The Uptown, was a single-screen movie theater in the Cleveland Park neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Opened in 1936, it hosted the world premieres of such movies as 2001: A Space Odyssey and Jurassic Park. It closed in March 2020.
Scott McCullough is best known as a director/dp for commercials and music videos, McCullough’s most notable for working with Prince, Paul Newman, NASCAR, Ford, GM, Budweiser, Pepsi, Kubota, Target and many more Fortune 500 clients with top ad agencies such as Leo Burnett, Doner, DDB, Team Detroit, Martin Williams, Deutsch, J. Walter Thompson and more.
Wade Memorial Chapel is a Neoclassical chapel and receiving vault located at Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland, Ohio, in the United States. It was donated to the cemetery by Jeptha Wade II in memory of his grandfather, cemetery and Western Union co-founder Jeptha Wade. The overall design was by the newly-founded Cleveland area architectural firm of Hubbell & Benes, and was their first commission. The interior's overall design is by Louis Comfort Tiffany based on a preexisting 1893 design. The interior features two mosaics on the right and left hand walls, and a large stained glass window.
Marc Mallett is a Northern Irish broadcaster and journalist. He is a newsreader and reporter at UTV, and the Northern Ireland correspondent for ITV News.
Marshall Curry is an Oscar-winning American documentary director, producer, cinematographer and editor. His films include Street Fight, Racing Dreams, If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front, Point and Shoot, and A Night at the Garden. His first fiction film was the Academy Award-winning short film The Neighbors' Window (2019).
Amanda Brotchie, born in Melbourne, Victoria), is an Australian director known for Picnic at Hanging Rock (2018), Mr Black (2019), Girlboss (2017), and Lowdown (2010-2012). She is also a writer, producer and linguist.
Wesley is a 2009 biopic about John Wesley and Charles Wesley, the founders of the Methodist movement. The movie is based largely on the Wesley brothers' own journals, including John's private journal which was kept in a shorthand-like code that was not translated until the 1980s by Richard Heitzenrater at Duke Divinity School.
Humble is a commercial production company with offices in New York and Los Angeles. Humble and its sister post-production company Postal, specialize in the integration of live action production, design, edit, animation, and visual effects for advertising and original creative content.
Nancy Schwartzman is an American director, producer and media strategist.
Penny McNamee is an Australian actress.
Penny Lane is an American independent filmmaker known for her humorous, innovative documentaries, including Our Nixon (2013), Nuts! (2016) and Hail Satan? (2019). Filmmaker Magazine named Lane one of “25 New Faces of Independent Film” in 2012. In 2017, she was admitted into the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Ella Taylor of NPR described Lane as “one of our foremost chroniclers of bizarro Americana.” Museum of the Moving Image chief curator David Schwartz organized her first major retrospective in 2018, writing "in the past few years, Penny Lane has quickly emerged as a major documentary filmmaker." Ann Hornaday wrote that Lane "might be documentary film's most compellingly cockamamie social historian," while Chris Plante wrote in The Verge in 2016, "Lane is the answer to a question more people should be asking: who's the great documentarian of this generation?"
Tyler Stableford is an American commercial director, cinematographer, and photographer, best known for filming outdoor-lifestyle brand anthems and shooting adventure sports images. He is the owner of Tyler Stableford Productions in Carbondale, Colorado.
Evann Siebens is a Canadian media artist with a background in dancing based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Her current practice cross-references dance performance and media. Siebens' film works have been shown both nationally and internationally and have won awards. She recently exhibited a geodesic dome and 360 projection at the Belkin Gallery in Vancouver and also screened a commissioned work on the exterior of the Vancouver Art Gallery. Her moving billboard Orange Magpies Triptych was part of Capture’s Photography Festival. She has also performed live with her media at New Media Gallery and the Western Front, Vancouver.
Earthrise is a 2018 documentary by Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee. The film tells the story of the first image captured of the Earth from space in 1968, as recalled by the Apollo 8 astronauts. The film premiered at Tribeca Film Festival on April 21, 2018 and had its online premiere on the New York Times Op-Docs and the PBS Series, POV, on October 2, 2018. In 2018, it won the Audience Award at AFI DOCS and won Best Documentary Short at Raindance Film Festival. After airing on PBS, it was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Short Documentary at the 40th News and Documentary Emmy Award.
Susie Singer Carter is an American film director and actress. She is best known for her work on My Mom and the Girl, Soul Surfer, Bratz, Cake and Dance Revolution.
Mary Rosanne Katzke is a documentary film maker, writer and photographer known mostly for Alaska-based documentaries bringing attention to a variety of social and healthcare issues—including sexual assault, domestic violence, mental illness, homelessness and breast cancer. Since 1982, she has produced dozens of grant-funded documentaries through her nonprofit production company Affinityfilms, Inc., based in Anchorage.
Tiffany Hsiung is a Canadian documentary filmmaker. She is most noted for her 2016 short documentary film The Apology, which won a Peabody Award in 2019, and her 2020 short documentary film Sing Me a Lullaby, which won the Share Her Journey award at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival.