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  RORY HANRAHAN (Cinematographer) was born and raised in Dublin, Ireland. After working in advertising in London, he moved to New York to study film at the New York University Graduate Film School. Rory is currently writing two feature film scripts for an Irish producer. This year, he was awarded a production grant from Warner Brothers for his short film Fillmore Lights, which also won two craft awards at the First Run Festival in New York. As a cinematographer, his credits include, My Blind Brother, which was an official selection of and screened in competition at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival.

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bradford_reed.jpg - 14727 Bytes Bradford Reed (Composer) Bradford recently finished his fourth solo album, and produced records for Krakatoa, Red Velvet Room, Spookorama, Phil Kline and Derek Buckner. He's also been busy composing for Augenblick Studios, as well as the Rhombus and Julia Riter Dance companies. Bradford is the creator of the Pencilina, an electric ten stringed collision of the hammer, dulcimer, slide guitar, koto and fretless bass. In 2002, he was awarded a fellowship to the Sundance Institute's Film Composer's Lab and completed a residency at the Ucross Foundation in April 2003. Currently, he is working on the music for The Motel, a feature film directed by Michael Kang (Good Girl, Chuck and Buck, Star Maps). He has performed with the Blue Man Group and Tubes and has appeared on The Tonight Show, MTV, Fox's Sound FX and USA Up All Night. For more information on Bradford and the Pencilina, visit
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MATTHEW McCLUGGAGE (Art Director) is an interior / exterior designer and artist living in Louisville. He has a Bachelors degree in interior design and a Masters degree in architecture. His years of experience in the field of design include architectural rendering, model making, teaching, commercial and residential design, redesign and custom artisan work from his own artist studio.

GIL D. REYES (Assistant Director) is currently submitting Fake ID, an independent film he directed, co-produced and co-wrote, to film festivals across the world. Recently, he worked as an assistant director to Timothy Douglas on The Crucible at Syracuse Stage and The Lively Lad at the 2003 Humana Festival of New American Plays. Gil also directed staged readings of Odessa and Cotton to the Clouds for the Juneteenth Legacy Theatre. While working on his B.A. at Kenyon College, he dabbled in various aspects of film and theater on more than forty different productions in three and a half years. He also studied stand-up comedy and commedia del arte at Middlesex University in London.

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SCOTT ROGERS (Script Supervisor/ Assistant Editor) has most recently finished making a short modern version of the Bard’s classic, Hamlet. His film Instant Stigmata was an official selection of the Louisville Film and Video Festival. He is currently in pre-production for Five Lunches, a film he will be shooting this winter.

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DEBRA ROSE (Unit Production Manager) is a professional photographer and production coordinator living in Louisville. She has worked on various regional commercials, corporate videos and music videos and has worked for ABC Worldwide Sports, Charter Communications with Brown-Forman Corporation. Her photographic work includes both commercial and artistic photography. Her work has been in the Millhouse Gallery in St. Louis as well as on CD covers. In addition, Debra has taught for Polaroid Education and for the Louisville Visual Arts Association.

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SHANNON LEVIN (Production Coordinator/ 2nd AD) graduated from the Mass Communication program at the Miami of Ohio University with concentrations in production and marketing. As one of the first students to train in non-linear editing techniques at the university, she helped to create the structure and curriculum for the AVID courses. Later, Shannon went on to produce a full-scale marketing campaign for British Railways as an associate of the Laws Hall group in London. She also has extensive experience in public service and charitable fundraising.

DARICK CHAMBERLIN (Graphic Artist/Media Designer) is a designer, illustrator, and writer currently living in Los Angeles. He is the editor of the media site 'Noisetank' ( His portfolio site can be seen at
BRIAN LITTRELL (Graphic Designer) studied at the University of Kentucky and the University of Louisville design institutes. Currently he works as a Graphic Designer for Brown-Forman and is the owner of Bluegrass Graphics Limited. He previously worked as Assistant Creative Director for TMP Worldwide, ( Brian has designed for such varied clients as Jack Daniel’s, Fetzer, Vineyard Wines, Bolla Wines, Korbel Champagnes, Southern Comfort, Finlandia Vodka, Humana, Nortons and Sears.
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JACK HUTSON (Sound Recordist)

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THOMAS LEE (Costume Design/ Makeup/ Hair/ Wardrobe)

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LEE ANN DEAN (Production Design Coordinator/ Property Master)

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PAUL CARNEY (Assistant Camera)

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VIKAS BANDHU (Assistant Camera/ Gaffer)

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AL PARADIS (Gaffer/ Grip)

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  TODD PERELMUTER (Graphic Artist)



MEGAN YOUNG (Assistant Production Manager)

PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS - Monica Duncan, Lori Hedges, Andy Hedges, Kelly Hoagland, Kimberly Van Gels Althage, Rose Twomey, Al Oyen, Nancy Oyen, John Wells, J. Chase Crafton

ERIN LEVIN (Post Production Manager)