PAUL LOVELACE Director / Producer / Co-Editor
Paul Lovelace’s documentary short ROBERT CHRISTGAU: ROCK N’ ROCK ANIMAL, about the esteemed Village Voice music journalist, won acclaim at film festivals worldwide in 2000. In 2006, Paul wrote and directed THE SONNETS, a 35mm narrative short, which played numerous US film festivals. Also in 2006, Paul wrote, produced, and edited the PBS documentary AMERICAN ROOTS MUSIC: CHICAGO. As an editor, Paul has worked on TV series for The Food Network, Travel Channel amongst others. He has edited commercials and promos for Rock Star Games, Blue Man Group and several music labels. Paul’s first documentary feature THE HOLY MODAL ROUNDERS…BOUND TO LOSE, a portrait of the psychedelic folk duo The Holy Modal Rounders, was released theatrically in 2007 and on DVD in 2008. Together with his partner Jessica Wolfson, he has directed and produced several short films that have played renowned international film festivals including the 2009 short HUGO that aired on PBS’s Saturday night series REEL 13, NIGHT PEOPLE and IOWA MIXTAPE.
JESSICA WOLFSON Director / Producer
Jessica Wolfson has produced many critically acclaimed documentary films and series. Her recent projects include A GIRL AND A GUN, REVENGE OF THE MEKONS and TRUST US THIS IS ALL MADE UP, which premiered at SXSW 2009. In 2008, she directed and produced the award winning web series GIRLTALK. Jessica co-produced CRAZY SEXY CANCER for TLC in 2007. At IFCtv Original Programming, Jessica developed and produced documentaries including THIS FILM IS NOT YET RATED by Kirby Dick; WANDERLUST by Bob Pulcini & Shari Springer Berman; THE BRIDGE by Eric Steele and series GREG THE BUNNY and DINNER FOR FIVE (2005 Emmy nomination). Jessica has managed the grassroots theatrical campaigns for several documentary films. She has worked in marketing and distribution at companies such as B-SIDE ENTERTAINMENT and TRIBECA FILM. Jessica has directed and produced several documentary and narrative short films including NIGHT PEOPLE and IOWA MIXTAPE.
GREG WRIGHT Editor
Greg Wright is a Brooklyn based, feature and short form documentary film editor. He’s worked on projects that range from marathon trail-runners attempting to circumnavigate Mt. Rainer in a single sprint in THE WONDERLAND PROJECT, to a vivid portrait of the characters behind Compton’s notorious low-rider car clubs in SUNDAY DRIVER. He’s collaborated on several video art installations in New York and edited and co-produced pilots and TV series for a handful of networks including Bravo, Discovery Networks, MTV and PBS. He is currently cutting DON’T THINK I’VE FORGOTTEN: CAMBODIA’S LOST ROCK AND ROLL. Perennially a devotee to free-form, alternative radio, Greg has held DJ positions at stations WESU and WCNI.
JOHN PIROZZI Cinematographer
John Pirozzi has worked as a cinematographer for over 15 years. He has shot many narrative and documentary films including 2007’s BROKEN ENGLISH by Zoë Cassavetes, LEONARD COHEN: I’M YOUR MAN by Lian Lunson, and Z CHANNEL: A MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION the Cannes premiered documentary by Xan Cassavetes. Pirozzi has filmed striking second unit photography on films including ALPHA DOG, BOYS DON’T CRY, CITY OF GHOSTS and Jem Cohen’s INSTRUMENT. Pirozzi recently directed SLEEPWALKING THROUGH THE MEKONG a documentary about the band Dengue Fever. He is currently in post-production on DON’T THINK I’VE FORGOTTEN: CAMBODIA’S LOST ROCK AND ROLL a documentary about the history of Cambodian rock music.