Brad Fuller began his career as associate editor on Errol Morris’ first film, Gates of Heaven. They went on to work on six more films together, including A Brief History in Time (editor), Vernon, Florida (editor), The Thin Blue Line (associate producer/sound), Fog of War (post production supervisor) and Standard Operating Procedure (co-editor). Fuller’s other editing credits include Gary Oldman’s BAFTA Award-winning Nil by Mouth, Neil Burger’s Interview with the Assassin, the Oscar-nominated documentary short Two Hands: The Leon Fleisher Story, Every Little Step, for which he was shortlisted for the 2010 Oscars, Countdown to Zero, Rebirth and Davis Guggenheim’s He Named Me Malala.
Bob Richman began his film career working with vérité pioneers Albert and David Maysles, quickly transitioning from production assistant to camera assistant then operator. Finally he made the leap to director of photography on the Maysles’ Umbrellas, which chronicled artist Christo’s installation of three thousand umbrellas north of Los Angeles and Tokyo. Today, Richman is an Emmy-nominated and Sundance award-winning cinematographer on almost a hundred documentaries including: Davis Guggenheim’s An Inconvenient Truth and Waiting for Superman, Nathaniel Kahn’s My Architect, Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky’s HBO films Paradise Lost 1, 2 & 3 and Metallica: Some Kinda Monster, RJ Cutler’s The September Issue, Oprah’s Master Class and Sundance Channel’s Iconoclasts.
Jeff Beal is a composer with a genre-defying musical fluidity. His works have been performed by symphony orchestras and chorales around the world, while his film and television scores have been singled out with critical acclaim earning him five Emmys and 16 nominations. Beal’s dark operatic and richly orchestrated score for the Netflix series House of Cards recently earned him an Emmy for best series composition. Documentary scores include Queen of Versailles and Blackfish. Beal collaborated with director Jessica Yu on several critically acclaimed documentaries, including In the Realms of the Unreal, Protagonist, Last Call at the Oasis, and ForEveryone.net. His latest feature documentary work includes Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, Jon Dunham’s Boston about the 2013 Boston Marathon, and The Putin Interviews, directed by Oliver Stone.
Judy Aley is an archival researcher and producer for documentary and feature films. She likes looking for things. Credits include the Showtime series on climate change, Years of Living Dangerously, Shola Lynch’s Free Angela & All Political Prisoners, Michael Moore’s Capitalism: A Love Story and Sicko, Amir Bar Lev’s The Tillman Story, along with many projects with Spike Lee including When the Levees Broke.
Eddie O’Connor is a sound recordist with more than 20 years of experience in the field. A regular collaborator with Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky. O’Connor has also worked with notable directors such as Davis Guggenheim, Robby Kenner and Oren Jacoby, as well as with Nathaniel Kahn’s Academy Award-nominated films My Architect (2003) and Two Hands (2006). Other film credits include Metallica: Some Kind of Monster, An Inconvenient Truth, Crazy Love, Food Inc., Waiting for Superman, Made In America and Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru.
Jessica Laudicina’s work in post-production for the last 17 years has been multifaceted. Embracing both the technological and creative aspects of post, she has experience in editing, online editing and assisting, as well as six years as a Senior Technician at PostWorks, NY. Some of her credits include editor on daytime Emmy-winning Discovery Channel series Cash Cab, online editor at ABC News on 20/20 and What Would You Do? and on Zero Point Zero Productions’ Anthony Bourdain, No Reservations, and assistant editor on Michael Moore’s Where to Invade Next and Branden Kramer’s psychological thriller Ratter.