ROBIN MORTAROTTI – Producer/ Director of Photography
Robin Mortarotti is an award-winning filmmaker with over thirty-five years experience as producer and director of photography on feature, documentary, commercial, and promotional films.
Robin has produced numerous international shoots and has earned a C.I.N.E. Golden Eagle, a local daytime Emmy, and many other awards. A Death in the Family won Columbia/duPont and Sigma Delta Chi awards for its examination of the effects of television on society and aired as a segment of “Bill Moyers Journal” on PBS. Enrique’s Story, produced for the California State Library Literacy Services and narrated by James Earl Jones, was nominated for an Academy Award.
ROY COX – Producer/Co-Director
Roy has run his own company for 34 years and produces documentaries and promotional films for television, the Internet, and corporate events.
Credits include: Mythos, a series documenting Joseph Campbell’s final lecture tour,hosted by Susan Sarandon, Imagine, a series examining technology’s impact in the classroom, and three programs for APS; Once Upon a Time on the Farm & When Life Was Young featuring the work of photojournalist Joe Munroe, and Let the Mountains Talk, a conversation with Sierra Club legend, David Brower.
LOUISE VANCE – Writer/Co-Director
A Peabody and duPont Award-winning producer/director/writer, Louise’s career spans thirty years of television, independent film and video production. Specializing in content-rich, real-world stories, her achievements include seven national TV documentaries and five films serving women and girls.
At CNN Louise produced talk shows and specials. At TBS, she directed and wrote Iran: Behind the Veil and helmed the Portrait of America series. For PBS, she produced Livelyhood, Not in Our Town II, and Speaking Freely: An Evening with Remarkable Women. Her 2010 doc, Seneca Falls, aired on 165 PBS stations nationally and is still finding audiences through educational outreach.