Principal Crew and Credits
Kim Shelton, Bill McMillan, Andy Black, Lauretta Molitor, Leigh Kimball, Beanie (photo: Bob Parker)
Two Shoes Productions
Josh Peterson is a freelance editor based in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he has been cutting documentaries, corporate pieces and independent features since 1993. He was nominated for a national Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in Editing in 2009 for his work on Soldiers of Conscience. He also editedThe Rape of Europa, which was nominated for an Emmy for Best Historical Programming and short-listed for a Best Documentary Academy Award. His clients include Apple, Lucasfilm, the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer and the Kenwood Group. Josh’s work has appeared on PBS, ABC, National Geographic Channel, Sci-Fi Channel, at U.S. and international film festivals and in theatrical release. He also directs films of his own, which you can learn about at www.greengrowthproductions.com.
Eva Ilona Brzeski
Eva Ilona Brzeski is the writer, director and editor of the award-winning films This Unfamiliar Place, 24 Girls and China Diary (911), and the producer, director and editor of the underground sensation LAST SEEN. Eva edited the Academy Award shortlisted documentary Under Our Skin, as well as the TV shows The Real World, The Simple Life and many documentary and narrative films. She lives in Northern California, where she works as a free-lance editor and is currently developing a revolutionary new project (www.kindnessthemovie.com). Her work can be found online at www.evapix.com.
is an award-winning cinematographer who has been shooting documentary, short, and feature films for the past fifteen years. His work has been broadcast on AMC, PBS, MTV, BBC, ARD, Channel 4, and Discovery and honored at the Sundance, San Francisco, and Berlin International film festivals. Recent credits include Sicko, The Weather Underground, Scout’s Honor, and Self-Made Man.
Academy Award winner Todd Boekelheide began his work in film as a member of American Zoetrope. He was assistant editor on Star Wars and edited picture and sound for The Black Stallion. He won an Oscar for mixing the music in Amadeus, was nominated for his work on Never Cry Wolf and has scored several feature films and documentaries, including Regret to Inform and Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse. Todd also wrote the score for Kim's last film, A Great Wonder.
Leigh started making short films in college where she studied fine art and psychology. In 1998, she began working on narrative, social documentary and arts related film projects in the US, and on educational films related to social issues and healthcare internationally. She has worked extensively in Africa. Leigh’s work has been screened internationally, broadcast on PBS, exhibited in museums and distributed around the globe. She shot and co-produced Kim’s film “A Great Wonder” which was voted “Audience Choice Best Documentary“ at the Seattle International Film Festival in 2003.
Lauretta has been recording sound for indepenedent documentaries since 1991. Her most recent recording gigs (besiteds THE WELCOME) are: Mindful Kids (documentary) (sound mixer) (post-production)
- 2010/I THE WELCOME (documentary) (sound recordist) (post-production)
- 2009 Nova (TV series documentary) (sound - 1 episode)
- Becoming Human: First Steps (2009) (sound)
- Independent Lens (TV series documentary) (sound - 1 episode, 2004) (sound recordist - 1 episode, 2009)
- Butte, America (2009) (sound recodist)
- The New Americans (2004) (sound)
- 2009 P.O.V. (TV series documentary) (sound - 1 episode)
- New Muslim Cool (2009) (sound)
- 2009 When Medicine Got It Wrong (documentary) (sound recordist) 2009 Fruit Fly (sound recordist)