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Wallace Shawn’s involvement with theater began in 1970 when he met Andre Gregory, who has since directed several of his plays. As a stage actor, he has appeared mostly in his own plays and other projects with Gregory.
Shawn made his film debut in 1979, playing Diane Keaton’s ex-husband in Woody Allen’s Manhattan. His film roles include two collaborations with Andre Gregory and Louis Malle: the semi-autobiographical My Dinner with Andre, and Vanya on 42nd Street,
Bob Balaban is an Academy Award-nominated American actor, author and director. One of his earliest appearances was in 1969’s Midnight Cowboy. Among his early roles in the 1970s were Orr in Catch-22, and the interpreter David Laughlin in the Steven Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind. In 1979 he received a Tony Award nomination for his role in The Inspector General.
Richard P. Rogers (1943-2001) was a cameraman director who made eighteen films exploring a broad range of topics and employing a variety of formal filmic strategies. His work includes short experimental films, documentaries about art, independently-produced long-format documentaries about social issues, national PBS documentaries, and episodic television. He was Director of the Film Study Center 1998 to 2001, and Senior Lecturer at Harvard University. He was also Professor of Theater Arts and Film at SUNY Purchase, where he was Chairman of the Film Department.
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Alexander Olch (b. 1977) began directing Super8 films in the fourth grade. By the Tenth grade, his short SOAKED (1992) was a finalist at the New York National High School Film Festival. His short NO VLADIMIR (2000) produced by Chantal Akerman and Ross McElwee at Harvard University was named one of the top ten student films in the country by the Independent Film Project in 2000, was an IFC Finalist (2000), BBC World Film Festival finalist (2000), and played regularly on Bravo and the Independent Film Channel until 2004.
Susan Meiselas’ first major photographic essay CARNIVAL STRIPPERS was published by Farrar, Straus & Giroux in 1976. A selection was installed at the Whitney Museum of Art in June 2000. The original book was recently revised and reprinted by the Whitney Museum and Steidl Verlag.
David Grubin is a producer, director, writer, and cinematographer who has won every major award in his field, including three George Foster Peabody awards, two Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University awards, and nine Emmys.
Andrew Fierberg is a leading New York-based producer who has produced numerous provocative independent films under his own label, Studio Fierberg and doubleA films. He co-founded Vox3 Films in 2004 with Christina Lurie and Steven Shainberg.
Currently, Andrew recently completed Sally Potter’s RAGE, starring Jude Law, Judi Dench, Dianne Wiest, Steve Buscemi and Eddie Izzard.