Other Broadcast and cable projects include A&E’s Biography series, special interest documentary programs for Disney, Michael Moore’s series The Awful Truth, Series for VH1 and HBO as well as work for Court TV, Bravo, the Scripts Networks, ESPN, The Discovery Channel and PBS.
Douglas O’Connor is an award-winning editor of non-fiction film and television documentary projects. With over twenty years of experience as an editor, he has worked with many major broadcast and cable networks, as well as with numerous independent productions. Credits include CBS’s 60 minutes and Before Your Eyes series, as well as projects with the legendary CBS Reports unit, The Barbara Walters Special for ABC, and the Addiction series for HBO, which featured collaborative work with some of the top documentary directors working today, including Jon Alpert, Al Maysles, D.A. Pennebaker and Eugene Jareci and Barbara Kopple.
Feature documentary projects include serving as post production consultant and supervisor on Barbara Koppel’s Shut Up and Sing and The Accident, a documentary project filmed over the course of 30 years about family and coming to terms with trauma.
Michael Oshins is a SUNY Purchase Film Conservatory graduate with more than four years of experience in the professional and commercial film world. He has worked on dozens of short, features, commercials and industrials. Some of his most known work is Lead Animator of The Lumineers’ “Submarines” Official Music Video and Director/Lead Animator of Swear and Shake’s “Fire” Official Music Video. He won the Saul Turrell for his senior thesis film That Old Feeling which he wrote and directed.
In addition to his directing experience Michael has also acted in three feature films against actors Dylan Baker, Xander Berkley and Bailey Chase. He is a Veteran of the U.S. Air Force where he was based in New Mexico, Texas, England and Germany, serving in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. More than anything he wants to make a living off of making movies.
Sandi Perlmutter is a New York based filmmaker. For over two decades she has written and produced television shorts and promos for such clients as Bravo, AMC, Turner Broadcasting, MuchmusicUSA and Fuse. She has created TV segments for European TV including ZDF and ARD/Germany, SRD/Switzerland and RAI/Italy. She also produced the award-winning documentary Russell Means: Born Again Primitive, a Swiss/German co-production.
Sandi is currently working on her next film.