Kelly J Richardson
Director | Producer | Cinematographer | Co-Editor
Kelly J Richardson is the founder and executive director of Live Wired Productions, based in Los Angeles, California. She has directed and produced several short films and Without A Net is her feature-directing debut. She has received numerous grants and awards from government agencies and private foundations, including Berkeley FIlm Foundation, Pacific Pioneer Fund, and Fleischhacker Foundation, as well as a residency at the San Francisco Film Society FilmHouse, and a Fulbright scholarship for the production of Without A Net.
Quinn Costello is a freelance post-production supervisor from the Bay Area. He has worked on a wide variety of documentaries with an emphasis on environmentalism, social activism and issues pertaining to indigenous communities around the world. His work has been seen on PBS, The Sundance Channel and The Learning Channel. Post-production supervisor credits include American Masters – Sam Cooke: Crossing Over. Editing credits include Mustang – Journey of Transformation, Global Focus: The New Environmentalists and the upcoming series Standing On Sacred Ground. He is currently directing his first film about giant rodents in the swamps of Louisiana.
John Antonelli, in association with The Mill Valley Film Group, has been producing award-winning documentary films for 25 years. Recently, he directed and produced Sam Cooke: Crossing Over for American Masters and produced the Emmy-award winning six-part series, Global Focus: The New Environmentalists, narrated by Robert Redford. Antonelli’s Jack Kerouac: King of the Beats is being reformatted in HD and redistributed by Kultur Films International. The film premiered at Sundance 25 years ago.
B. Quincy Griffin
Berkeley native B. Quincy Griffin has scored over a dozen feature films including Oscar nominated Daughter from Danang and Sundance Film Festival winner My Flesh and Blood. His music has recently been placed in the Benjamin Bratt film La Mission and the ESPN documentary The Two Escobars. In addition, he recently produced the first ever Hip Hop songs for the television show Dora the Explorer. Quincy also founded and produced the Latin Hip-Hop band “O-Maya” and produces for Rapper Deuce Eclipse and Soul singer Luqman Frank. A sampling of Quincy’s work can be viewed and heard at www.quincygriffin.com
Final Audio Mix
Mark Berger is an Adjunct Professor of Film Studies at UC Berkeley, and a supervising rerecording sound mixer and sound editor who has won four Academy Awards for some of the most innovative uses of sound in film (Apocalypse Now, The Right Stuff, Amadeus, The English Patient). He is the only person in the history of the Academy who has been nominated four times, and won four times. He has been responsible for the sound of more than 165 feature films, among them in addition to the above, Godfather II, Blue Velvet, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, Mr. Wonderful, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums, Serial Mom, Pecker, and Capote. His craft is about subtlety, not the sheer power of loud soundtracks.
Complete list of films and awards