(Co-Producer, Director, Writer, Project Director) has produced works airing on PBS stations nationwide. He was Co-producer, Co-director, Co-writer and Researcher for the television program Mystic Voices: The Story of the Pequot War which detailed a pivotal event in American history, one that set the stage for the ultimate domination of all Native people by Europeans. Guy received two EMMY® awards for Outstanding Achievement in Documentary Program, and Outstanding Achievement in Program Writing. Video presentations on ethno-history and intercultural communications include: the University of Edinburgh (with Sir Thomas Devine and former Prime Minister Gordon Brown); Yale and Brown Universities (e.g. the Steering Committee on Slavery and Justice/Native Americans at Brown); and conferences (“Genocide, Slavery and Survival: The Native American Experience in New England”) with The Center for Race and Ethnicity in America. He has also worked with The United Nations Association, UN Global Classrooms and The World Policy Institute. He has also enjoyed lecturing at Universities on film and television, representation and media studies. Guy is currently developing a series on diasporic studies for broadcast and online, and serves as advisor for filmmakers seeking assistance with development.
(Co-Producer, Director, Writer) is a graduate of the Director’s Guild of America Assistant Director Training Program and has worked in New York film and television on many productions including A Midsummer Nights Dream (director Julie Taymor), Time Out Of Mind (director Oren Moverman), A Beautiful Mind (director Ron Howard), War of The Worlds (director Steven Spielberg), National Treasure (director Jon Turtletaub), Law & Order, In Treatment and 30 Rock. Previously she served as a theatre stage manager in Britain and in the U.S.A. She is a product of the Scottish diaspora with Caledonian relatives in Argentina, the United States and England.
(Associate Producer) is Executive Producer for SDI Productions, Ltd., and Co-Director and Head of Development for the Scottish Documentary Institute in Edinburgh. SDI’s films have played at major film festivals, such as Sundance, Cannes, Hotdocs, Tribeca, Full Frame, Silverdocs, IDFA, Cinéma du Reel, Vision du Réel and Leipzig, where they received major awards and nominations. With the Institute she has produced and managed the award winning, annual documentary film program Bridging the Gap, screening worldwide in over 35 countries.
(Associate Producer) was born in Glasgow, Scotland. June is the author or editor of more than twenty books, many with a Celtic theme, including Bearing the People Away: The Portable Highland Clearances Companion. Her work has appeared in Scottish Tradition, the Chicago Tribune, the San Francisco Chronicle, and the Common Review, among other publications. In addition, she is the founder of the Phantom Collective, a small arts group that presents theatre works and music programs, for which she has written several theatre pieces, including Black Dogs and Melancholy, a solo play on the life of Samuel Johnson and a two-person play, The Hermit of Skerryvore, based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s writing of Jekyll and Hyde. In 2013, she was the recipient of the Flora Macdonald Award from St. Andrews University in Laurinburg, North Carolina, which is given to a woman of Scots birth or descent who has made an outstanding contribution to the human community. (Photo by Theresa Albini)
(Cinematographer), has worked in both documentary and drama for many years. She has contributed cinematography for many successful films, including the Golden Bear-winning Milk, the Silver Hugo-winning Stuck, and the Scottish BAFTA winner How to Save a Fish from Drowning. Her television credits include documentaries for STV, YLE, and BBC. She has a permanent home in Edinburgh, Scotland, but loves to travel and has worked on productions all over Europe and the United States.
(Sound, Europe), has recorded audio for a number of productions, including feature films, documentaries, and factual programs for television (BBC, STV, Granada). Among his several credits: World Pipe Band Championships, 56up (director Michael Apted), and The Wicker Tree (director Robin Hardy).
(Editor) has worked on many documentaries including Harry & Snowman (director Ron Davis), She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry (director Mary Dore), and Bully (director Lee Hirsch) which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. Her television work includes Becoming Mike Nichols (HBO) and Katie! (ABC). As an experimental filmmaker and musician, she’s worked on numerous experimental video projections for performance art. Her work has been performed at the Modern Art Museum of Oxford, the New York International Fringe Festival, as well as in London, Bristol, Brighton and Paris.
(Editor) has worked as Editor for television programs that have been seen across the United States and internationally, including Great Decisions in Foreign Policy on PBS. His editing work includes the critically-acclaimed BBC documentary, Charging for Alexander (a behind-the-scenes look at the filming of Oliver Stone’s Alexander the Great in Morocco), The Legends Behind the Comic Books (director Chip Cronkite), and music videos (singer-songwriter Ben Folds).
(Sound Mixing, studio “Little Big Feet”), is a music composer and producer for many films and TV shows including New York (director Ric Burns), Long Journey Home (with The Chieftains, Van Morrison, Elvis Costello, Sinead O’Connor), and musical work with Thomas Lennon, Bill Moyers, Henry Hampton and Sheila Nevins. He has won four Emmys for composing, has been nominated twenty times. He won a Grammy for Long Journey Home. He has composed music scores for five Oscar nominated films, and won an Oscar for his work on Blood of Yingzhou District (HBO) He is a prodigious record producer, having produced many Billboard charting records. He is also a jazz guitarist.
(Cinematography, Sound, USA) co-founded Film-Truth Productions with his wife in 2003. He has worked on productions for ABC, PBS, NPR, the Harvard University W.E.B. Dubois Research Institute, the Harvard University Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice, Stanford University, Stanford Business School, and for numerous other independent films. He won a People’s Voice award for his film Legacy of the Harp. His work has been profiled in publications and online sites including The Huffington Post, Grammys.com, Boston Globe, New England Film, AOL Health and Apple’s website.