(Director-Producer-Camera-Sound) is the award-winning filmmaker/screenwriter of The Old Country, Still Life, and Mae Lee; and a journalist and photographer based in New York City. Her photography has been published in George and Vibe, and her writing has appeared in The Jerusalem Post Magazine, Rolling Stone, Harper's, George, Film Comment, and Harper's Bazaar, among other publications. She is included in the Who's Who of American Women.

Production Personnel

(Editor) is the director/cinematographer/editor of Sars: A Love Story, and an award-winning artist and curator. His credits as an editor and filmmaker range from dance films to features to commercials, including Tibet, 10 Years and Betty Carter and the Beijing Jazz Festival. He was an editor for German television (ZDF) in Beijing from 1996–1998.

TONY HARDMON (Director of Photography) most recently shot The Boys of Baraka. He was director of photography for Girlhood and The Execution of Wanda Jean Allen (HBO); and a cameraman for New York Rescue, Polly Bites Back, and Volcano Island (all National Geographic), among other documentaries.

CECIL PRICE (Camera-Still Photographer) is a documentary photographer and photojournalist published in New York Newsday, the New York Post, and the New York Daily News. His photographs for St. Vincent's Hospital have appeared on calendars, annual reports, and billboards in New York City and Boston. He has also worked as a documentary consultant and assistant camera for German television.

SUSSAN DEYHIM (Composer-Arranger-Vocalist) is a world-renowned composer and vocalist whose most recent album is the self-produced Madman of God. Deyhim wrote and performed the music in filmmaker Shirin Neshat's acclaimed Turbulent and, most recently, her performance piece/film Logic of the Birds. Other work includes Majoun, with Richard Horowitz, and Last Temptation of Christ. Her album Maze is currently being produced by Bill Laswell.