Gil Adler — Writer, Producer
A producer and writer, Gil Adler is best known for “Tales from the Crypt” (1989). He has collaborated with several notable filmmakers including Richard Donner, Brian De Palma, Walter Hill, Todd Phillips, and Bryan Singer.
Mathius Mack Gertz
Mathius Mack Gertz (Marc) — Producer
Producer Mathius Mack Gertz (Marc) is known for All American Zombie Drugs (2010), Atom Nine Adventures (2007) and Mutant Vampire Zombies from the ‘Hood! (2008).
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Anne Marie Gillen
Anne Marie Gillen — Producer
Anne Marie Gillen, CEO of Gillen Group LLC, is an independent Producer, Consultant and Lecturer with extensive experience in entertainment development and financing. Gillen Group has offices in Los Angeles and Minneapolis. She is best known for “Fried Green Tomatoes” (1991), “Under Suspicion” (2000) and “Into Temptation” (2009).
Marlon W. Schulman
Marlon Schulman — Producer
Marlon Schulman is a Producer, Business Affairs Consultant, Distributor, Entertainment Attorney and Financier, best known for The Vision of Escaflowne (1996), Star Leaf (2015) and White Knuckle.
Todd Remis — Producer
Todd Remis is a producer and film financier of over 30 titles, including the recent film, “Under the Silver Lake,” which was in competition for the prestigious Cannes Film Festival Palme d’or.
In the past few years, films that Todd has produced or financed have premiered at top festivals including Sundance, Cannes, Tribeca, Venice, Slamdance, SXSW, LA Film Festival, Berlinale, Karlovy Vary, and Sitges.
Remis received an undergraduate degree from Bowdoin College, and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, as well as completed the Professional Program in Producing through the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television.
He is also a member of the Advisory Board of the Independent Film Festival Boston, and is on the programing committee for the Slamdance Film Festival.
Kelly Frey — CEO Worldwide Stages
Kelly Frey is President, CEO, and Chairman of the Board of Directors for Worldwide Stages (WWS) – the premier production campus for the world’s entertainment industry. Located just south of Nashville, their 320,000 square foot facility offers integrated services designed for top entertainment professionals involved in the production of music touring concerts and film/TV/new media content creation (and vendors to those creative communities).
WWS assists top music performance artists build, program, and rehearse their concert touring systems before their upcoming tours. They also provide the facilities that film producers need with soundstages that can accommodate full scale sets and have state-of-the-art FX for virtual backgrounds.
Josh Shreve — Cinematographer and Director
Josh Shreve is a Nashville-based Cinematographer, Editor and Director known for “Talon Falls” (2017), “After.Life” (2009) and “Chasing Ghosts” (2014).
Katie Groshong, Actress and Producer
While attending Belmont University’s School of Music in Nashville, Tennessee. Katie had a battle with vocal polyps, and decided surgery was not an option, so she left school in search of a new path. It was then that she discovered her love for acting. While attending a musical theatre rehearsal in 2001, directors Steve and Jeff Wedding saw and cast her in their first feature film, “Blind.”
Katie moved to Los Angeles for four years to pursue a career in acting, but in 2005 decided to move back to Nashville and start a production company with Jeff Wedding called GypsyRoot Productions.
Their first project was a Super 8 short entitled, “Gracie: The Diary of a Coma Patient,” which hit the festival circuit and won them a few “Best of the Fest” awards and a “Best Cinematography” award at the Eerie Horror Film Festival. With the accumulated press and industry praise for “Gracie,” Jeff and Katie started their second project together in October 2007, a 16mm HD feature, “A Measure of the Sin,” which was adapted from an award-winning story by Kristy Nielsen.
Jeff Wedding — Director
Jeff Wedding and Katie Groshong started a production company, GypsyRoot Productions, in 2005 based in Nashville, TN. He is best known for Gracie: Diary of a Coma Patient,” and “A Measure of the Sin.”