david donnenfield - producer/writer/director
David is a writer, producer, and instructional designer for visual media at Full Frame Productions.
His films have won the CINE Golden Eagle, the Silver Telly, numerous festival awards, broadcast on PBS and received an Emmy nomination. In 2010, David and his colleague Kevin White received the Harold Gilliam Excellence in Environmental Journalism Award from The Bay Institute.
kevin white - producer
Kevin is an award-winning producer, director, writer who has worked in media since 1982. In 1984 he founded Full Frame Productions, and in 1988 he created the non-profit Filmmakers Collaborative SF with Michal Aviad.
His films have been screened at the Berlin Film Festival, San Francisco Film Festival, Hot Springs Film Festival, Wild & Scenic Film Festival, the International Wildlife Film Festival, and many others. His work has received multiple awards including Emmys, CINE Golden Eagles, ACE Awards and many others, while also being broadcast on PBS, National Geographic, Discovery, Bravo, and ABC.
AMY LIM - ASSOCIATE PRODUCER
Amy is a digital content producer and marketer. Her roots are in film - she holds a B.A. in Film and Rhetoric from UC Berkeley, but she is also passionate about new media. Her past experience includes developing content at startups in numerous different industries, as well as being involved in independent film.
DONALD POLDEN - ADVISOR
Donald J. Polden is Dean and Professor of Law at Santa Clara University. He is a graduate of The George Washington University and Indiana University School of Law.
Polden practiced antitrust and corporate law, including participating in several antitrust trials and arguing significant price fixing and monopolization cases in the United States Courts of Appeal for the Fifth, Seventh and Eighth Circuit Court of Appeal. He is the co-author of Employment Relationships: Law and Practice (Aspen Publishing Company) and writes frequently in the areas of antitrust law, employment law and legal education.
CHRIS BENNER - ADVISOR
Dr. Chris Benner is the Dorothy E. Everett Chair in Global Information and Social Entrepreneurship, and a Professor of Environmental Studies and Sociology at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
He currently directs the Everett Program for Technology and Social Change and the Santa Cruz Institute for Social Transformation.
DAVid WENDLINGER - production wizard
David has worked on a range of projects worldwide for clients like the BBC, Google, Discovery, and National Geographic. For six years, he worked on a series of short films about winners of the Goldman Prize, the environmental equivalent of the Nobel Peace prize.
STEVE LADD - DISTRIBUTION
Steve brings over thirty years of experience helping media makers successfully develop, market and distribute social issue documentaries, including Oscar and Emmy Award winning programs.