Cheryl Eagan-Donovan – Founder/Writer/Director/Producer
Cheryl Eagan-Donovan is a writer, director and producer, whose first documentary film, All Kindsa Girls screened in London, Toronto, and throughout the U.S., is featured in Paul Sherman’s book Big Screen Boston, and was short-listed for the PBS series POV. She served as publicist for the award-winning films All the Rage (1996) and Could Be Worse! (2000), and represented Helen Stickler (Stoked, Andre the Giant Has a Posse) and Kaylyn Thornal (Payoff, A Centered Universe). Cheryl studied Shakespeare and poetry at Goddard College, has a BS in Finance & Business Administration from Boston University, and is currently pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing at Lesley University. Her articles about Shakespeare, screenwriting, and film have appeared in literary journals and film magazines. She received a grant from the Shakespeare Fellowship Foundation for her new film, Nothing is Truer than Truth, and serves on the Board of Directors of Women in Film & Video New England and The Next Door Theater.

Stephen T. Maing – Producer, Editor, Composer
Stephen Maing is a Korean-American filmmaker and sometimes musician based in New York. His documentary and narrative work focuses on unexpected and at times unusualcharacters confronting both personal and cultural dilemmas. Stephen is aMacArthur Foundation and Sundance Documentary Institute fellow and graduate of Boston Univerisity’s Dual-Degree Program with a B.S. in Film Production andB.A. in Art History/Architectural Studies. His upcoming film, High Tech, Low Life, which received a Creative Promise Award Honorable Mention at the 2009Tribeca Film Festival was filmed on location in China, Germany, Romania and Hong

Mike Paterson – Cinematographer

Meredith Crowley – Editor
Meredith Crowley Meredith has edited long and short form documentaries including Lessons From Little Rock: a National Report Card, about the American public school system in the 50 years since Brown vs. Board of Education; Knock First, a reality series on ABC Family; and Au Revoir Expos, a documentary about the Expos baseball team. Her Locations Department credits include several films and television programs. Most recently she was a scout for the FX series Rescue Me, and Assistant Location Manager for the upcoming Lionsgate film Rabbit Hole starring Nicole Kidman. As Associate Producer of 40 Million Strong, a documentary about children affected by HIV/AIDS, Meredith
traveled to Durban, South Africa. She also produced a documentary for the non-profit organization Tremendous Hearts, about children affected by HIV/AIDS in Cape Town, South Africa.

Rachel Rinkesmith – Editor

Chi Ho Lee – Editor

Christopher Santo – Online Editor

Dylan Schwartz – Audio Engineer

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