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Charlotte Glynn (Director/Producer) was born in New York and spent her formative years in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. Her first feature film RACHEL IS, a documentary about her sister who is developmentally disabled is distributed by Seventh Art Releasing and has screened internationally including the True/False Film Festival. It won best documentary at the Thin Line Documentary Film Festival and Athens International Film Festival. Charlotte was named one of the 10 filmmakers to watch in 2010 by Independent. Her most recent film, a short narrative, THE IMMACULATE RECEPTION, premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. She received her MFA from Columbia University in 2013 and is currently developing a feature, submitting 2 recently finished short films to festivals and teaching film directing at her alma mater SUNY Purchase.

Eddie Martinez (Cinematographer) is a Bronx-born filmmaker who recently completed his first feature documentary TO BE HEARD, winner of both the Metropolis Grand Jury Prize and Audience Award at the DOC NYC film festival. As a cinematographer he has worked on several feature-length fiction and documentary films including Rachel Is, Leave No Soldier, Las Marthas (in production) and What Alice Found (winner, Special Jury Prize, Sundance). After graduating from the SUNY Purchase Film Conservatory as a Gates Millennium Scholar, he earned a Master’s in Education Policy from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and has worked as an instructor in various youth media programs in Boston and New York City. Edwin is currently developing a new feature-length project while producing shorts for educational, government and non-profit organizations. He also likes to bake.

Henry J. Simonds (Producer) is a graduate of Middlebury College with a Bachelors of Arts Degrees in both Studio Art and Film/Video. Upon graduation, he began work as a writer, editor, and producer on several short and feature length documentaries, including WOMEN IN THE WINGS: PITTSBURGH'S WORLD WAR II WORKERS, HOLOCAUST STORIES: A LOOK IN THE EYES OF RESISTANCE, and ONE SHOT: THE LIFE AND WORK OF TEENIE HARRIS. In November of 2001, Simonds founded Headwater Films, LLC to develop and finance feature and documentary film projects, as well as other media ventures. Headwater’s first venture, Vincente Stasolla’s THE FORGOTTEN, was completed in January of 2003, was selected for a number of reputable film festivals – receiving the Director’s Choice Award for Best Feature at the Sedona International Film Festival and the Grand Jury Prize and Best Narrative Award at the Artsfest Film Festival – and has been released worldwide and is currently available on DVD. He was a Co-Producer on ROMANCE & CIGARETTES and ANDY WARHOL: A DOCUMENTARY FILM. He has produced two feature documentary films. THE GOOD FIGHT, a film on Florida State football coach Bobby Bowden, is directed and co-produced by George Butler.