Jeff Lee Petry – Cinematographer – has co-directed, shot, written, and produced under the name SALAZAR since 2010. A SALAZAR film for Tegan and Sara received Grammy and Juno nominations for Best Long Format Music Video (Documentary). SALAZAR has had the privilege of filming with world-renowned kinetic artist Theo Jansen on the beaches of Den Haag, travelling the southern United States shooting over 1500 portraits of LGBTQ Americans for the project ‘Self Evident Truths’ and telling the story of the only Muslim professional sumo wrestler living in Tokyo. Salazar’s debut feature documentary WIZARD MODE premiered at the Hot Docs’s international film festival as Vimeo’s first original feature film.
Marianna Khoury – Editor – is an Antiguan film editor based in Toronto. She edited and co-produced She Stoops To Conquer, a short film which premiered at TIFF in 2015 and won the Canadian Screen Award for Best Live Action Short Drama. Recent work includes Filth City (her first feature film) and Season 2 of Space Riders: Division Earth (2015 Canadian Screen Award winner for Best Web Series). Other projects include True Dating Stories (nominated for a Rockie Award), The Amazing Gayl Pile (NBC Seeso/CBC Comedy) and Job Interview (winner of The Canadian Film Fest and The 2015 Canadian Comedy Awards©).
Shane Supernova – Producer/Sound Recording/Marketing & Promotion – Being in love with movies his whole life, Shane enrolled at Vancouver Film School, in 2001, and met Sean Devlin on the first day of class. When funding fell through Shane secretly kept attending classes until being kicked out after 6 months, he taught himself how to edit and hold a camera. Ten years later he returned to school for Media Production and learned about Adobe and their impact on the Internet and since continued to climb the digital media ladder focusing on content creation, producing and not-for-profit campaign development.
Susie Ibarra – Composer – Susie Ibarra is a composer and percussionist. She creates live and immersive music that explores rhythm, indigenous practices and interaction with cities and the natural world. Ibarra has performed with luminaries such as Pauline Oliveros, NEA heritage artist Danongan Kalanduyan, John Zorn, Wadada Leo Smith, Dave Douglas, Tania Léon, Ikue Mori, Yusef Komunyakaa, Yuka Honda, Sylvie Courvoisier, Trisha Brown, Derek Bailey, Marc Ribot, Jennifer Choi, Craig Taborn, Mali singer songwriter Mamadou Kelley and Hamdcha Sufi Group of Fez, Morocco.