Joe Angio, producer-director

Joe Angio is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and magazine editor. His biographical portrait on Melvin Van Peebles, How to Eat Your Watermelon in White Company (and Enjoy It), premiered at the Full Frame Documentary Festival in 2005 and screened at numerous international film festivals, including Tribeca, Los Angeles, Chicago, Melbourne, Sheffield and Biografilm (Bologna), where it won both the jury and audience awards for best film. The film made its theatrical debut at Film Forum in NYC and its TV premiere on IFC; Image Entertainment distributes the DVD. Angio is also the co-producer, -director and -editor of the documentaries More than a Game (1991; rereleased by SnagFilms in 2010) and A Feast of Fools (1987). Angio is the former editor-in-chief of Time Out New York magazine.

Jessica Wolfson, co-producer

Jessica Wolfson is a producer of many critically acclaimed documentary films, including A Girl and a Gun; Trust Us, This Is All Made Up; and Crazy Sexy Cancer, and the award-winning Web series Girl Talk. At IFC Original Programming, Wolfson developed the documentaries This Film Is Not Yet Rated, Wanderlust, The Bridge and the Emmy-nominated series Dinner for Five. Together with her partner Paul Lovelace, Wolfson directed and produced the award-winning documentary Radio Unnameable (Kino Lorber), named one of the “top 10 films of 2012” by the New York Daily News.

Jane Rizzo, editor

An editor of both fiction and documentary features, Rizzo cut the recent, critically acclaimed Sundance hits Compliance (Magnolia Pictures) and Ain’t Them Bodies Saints (IFC Films). Rizzo’s credits include the award-winning films Great World of Sound (Magnolia), How to Eat Your Watermelon in White Company (and Enjoy It) (IFC), Road (Showtime) and See Girl Run (Visit Films), along with Frontrunners (Oscilloscope), Henry May Long and Silver Jew (Drag City), all of which screened at film festivals around the world.

Jean-Louis Schuller, cinematography

A native of Luxembourg, London-based Schuller moves easily between fiction and documentary films and art projects. He is the director of the documentaries The Road Uphill and High/Low (both from 2011) and Chungking Dream (2008). As a cinematographer, Schuller has shot 25 films, including the aforementioned titles and the festival hit Personal Best (2012). In 2009, Schuller was commissioned to create a multi-screen installation for the Luxembourg pavilion of the Shanghai World Exposition.

Victoria Rich