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Aaron Goldenberg

Director + Writer

    Aaron was born in South Africa and raised in Orlando. He graduated from the University of Florida with a BS in Production in 2013. During his bachelors, he won First Prize at

The David Project in 2011 and shortly thereafter interned in Tel Aviv with Israel's premier documentary filmmakers, Tomer and Barak Heymann. He helped edit "Jonathan Agassi Saved My Life" and "Mr. Gaga." with director, Tomer Heymann. In 2015, Aaron drafted to the Israel Defense Forces, where he served in a special operations unit as a combat diver and trauma medic. In his last year of service, he was recruited to work under the IDF spokesman editing video for operational tactics and news. In May of 2018, he was honorably discharged with the rank of Sergeant after three years in the IDF. 


Azariah Bjorvig


Azariah is an aspiring young Danish-American Cinematographer who recently graduated with honors from the Danish Film & TV School, while completing a two-year internship at J. Walter Thompson. He has worked his way up assisting since shooting his first film at eight years old. Azariah received an Honorable Mention at the Next Film Festival for his short film WHAT SHE SAW. At only 18 years old, Azariah has already traveled to all seven continents and studied in Denmark, New York, and London. He's shot commercials in Helsinki, filmed music videos in Antarctica and documented Michelin-star chefs in action in London.


Ariane Hahusseau


After having studied literature for 3 years in Lyon and graduated from a Masters of Arts at King’s College London, Ariane had a six-month internship in publishing at CNRS Editions in Paris. She then completed her masters in Comparative Literature at the Sorbonne while following screenwriting courses at the Ecole Normale Supérieure. In 2017-2018 she studied Film and Screenwriting at the College Sévigné in Paris while doing an internship at the Théâtre du Rond-Point as part of the Reading Committee. Also interested in other forms of writing, Ariane has recently won a prize for her short story MADELEINE’S REFLECTION.


Erin "E" Jones Wesley


Erin received her B.A. in Communication Studies from Cal State Long Beach where she also was a pitcher on the NCAA DI woman’s softball team. Erin currently holds pitching records from her time at Long Beach for career wins, strikeouts and appearances. Upon graduation, Erin began her career for Major League Baseball as a communication coordinator in the non-profit space and ultimately lead to managing their Youth Academy in Compton. After working in the non-profit sports world for a few years, including being the executive director and co-founder of a start-up non-profit, Club 42, Erin chose to follow her true passion--film, and decided to expand her education at the American Film Institute to receive her MFA as a producing fellow. During her first year at AFI, Erin has produced three short films and currently has a thesis film in development. Erin loves to listen to live music, spend time at the beach and try out new desserts.


Alexis Anderson


Alexis is a graduate from Texas Tech University, with a BA in Advertising and a minor in Spanish. While in undergrad, she also expanded her studies by studying abroad in France. After graduation, she went on to work in the marketing industry, where she helped produce numerous ads for clients such as McDonald's and Visionworks. Alexis is passionate about travel and culture, and hopes to use that passion to have a powerful impact on society by producing compelling film content.


Minolae Jain

Production Designer

Minolae is a graduate from Lasalle College of the Arts, Singapore, with a BA (Hons.) in Interior Design. A science student with a flair for arts and management, she has been a part of and has headed the design department in many school events. As an innately curious being, she observes details and notices the extraordinary in the ordinary.


Mario Fierro


Mario graduated from the University of Denver in 2015 with a BA in Film Studies/Production. He has a diverse background in film and recently served as a screening committee member for the 2018 Mountainfilm Festival. In 2013, Fierro's internship at Milkhaus Inc. allowed him to work on A LEGO BRICKUMENTARY with Academy Award®-winning director Daniel Junge. For the past two years, he has gone on tour with YouTube sensation Todrick Hall. He has uploaded 23 videos to Hall's channel, with a total of three million views. Fierro was also the boom operator of HAPPY F-ING VALENTINE'S DAY, which screened at the Denver Film Festival 2016. He has over nine years of editing experience and is excited to collaborate with the world of filmmakers!

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