ROLE: DIRECTOR | WRITER | EXECUTIVE PRODUCER | LOCATION MANAGER | PRODUCTION DESIGNER
EMMY HARRIS, dip. VCM (hons.) B.A. English University of Maryland. FOUNDER.
Emmy was selected for the Young Producers Program at the National Theatre (London) in 2011. She trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art before moving to NYC and training with Atlantic Theatre Company as a member of their conservatory program. Her play EACH BROUGHT SOME SILENCES premiered at the NY International Theatre Festival in 2016 and she is committed to creating work that describes the diverse experiences of those who live on the fringes of society.
ROLE: DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY | 1st AC | GAFFER | EDITOR COLOURIST | SOUND DESIGN
Ilya is a Filmmaker & Photographer. He starts his career as a full time filmmaker in 2015. From that time he was working in 7 feature films and 22 short films.
He graduated from New York Film Academy in 2018 and continue to develop his visuals story telling.
He starts to work in feature films from 2017. Swans was 4th feature film where he was working as a Director of Photography. He currently lives in hometown, Saint-Petersburg, Russia.
ROLE: SOUND MIXER | RECORDIST | 2nd CAMERA OPERATOR GRIP
Roman Sapronov is Indy-Sound Mixers, Recordists and Photographer.
Roman is a professional photographer who developing skillset in filmmaking and sound recording.
ROLE: 1st AC | 2nd AC | PA | GRIP
Amit Lerner is a current undergrad student at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, pursuing a BFA in film, with a specialization in editing.
Through her films, she strives to explore the power and complexity of dreams, memories and time. She believes that each and every one of us has a unique story that needs to be told.
Previously she served in the Film Division of the Israeli Air Force as a director and editor. She has worked on two feature films and over twenty short film projects as a director, writer, cinematographer, and editor in the last seven years.
Her films were nominated in the annual Israeli “Pitch” competition for best screenplay and the Haifa Film Festival: Student Films for best editing.