Matt Osterman, Writer/Director

Matt Osterman is an award-winning filmmaker best known for his independent debut feature, Ghost from The Machine.  The film premiered in 2010 at the Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal, played numerous festivals around the world, and will be domestically distributed by Screen Media in mid-2011.  A few years prior, Matt produced the documentary "Sportsfan" which was executive produced by Jon Stewart and premiered on SpikeTV.  He is a fellow of the IFP Filmmaker's Lab and works as a freelance creative director when he’s not making films.



Jennifer Kramer, Producer

Jennifer Kramer comes from a documentary film background and has produced corporate, commercial and independent films. Her work ranges from documenting the Inupiat Eskimo in remote regions of Alaska for the National Park Service to producing an independent narrative film aired on Bravo. She is also a Photojournalist and her recent show, Hurricane Katrina: Through the Eyes of a Relief Worker, has been exhibited at local galleries, colleges and universities.


Jon Maichel Thomas, Co-Producer/Title Designer

Jon Maichel Thomas has worked as a designer and filmmaker for the past ten years. He is Founder and Creative Director of Studio Collective, Inc a motion graphic and new media design company. While employed at Big Fim Design! NYC, Jon worked on notable projects such as Robert Altman’s The Company, Prey for Rock N Roll, Analyze That, Max and Grace, and Chicago. Jon’s work on the main title sequence for Joel & Ethan Coen’s Intolerable Cruelty earned him a 2004 Art Director’s Club, Silver Award. He also was a title designer for the HBO mini-series Angels in America which received an Emmy nomination for Title Design.

Adam Honzl, Director of Photography
Adam Honzl is a graduate of the prestigious American Film Institute in Los Angeles, holds an MFA in Cinematography from AFI as well as a BS in Cinema Production from Ithaca College. His AFI Thesis film, “Wilbur” recently won the Showtime Latin Filmmakers’ Contest (for director Dago Rodriguez) and a subsequent grant to make another film for Showtime. He also recently shot a short film with a grant from HBO, which will be making the rounds in high profile festivals around the country. “Wilbur” will also be screening this April in the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival. He currently splits his time between LA and MN.