Jim Stedman has co-written, directed, produced and edited for television, commercials and seven award-winning short films including, Pursuit of Happiness, Jason and the High Cost of Electricity, Love and Surveillance, Last Cigarette and Couches, Tables and Darts and the documentary Buy 1, Get 5 Free.

Jim directed and edited the featured Fandango commercial and corporate video pieces for Richard Linklater's $5.15/hour HBO pilot.

He worked as senior producer and creative with AMD and DreamWorks Animation SKG on marketing efforts for Over The Hedge, Flushed Away and Shrek the Third and Bee Movie.

Jim co-produced, conducted interviews and edited the EPK for the Sundance Channel's Iconoclast premiere party featuring Quentin Tarantino and Fiona Apple co-sponsored by the Sundance Channel, Harrison & Shriftman, L.A., and Grey Goose Entertainment.

He co-produced and edited the Prop 4 trailer helping to secure over $5 million for critical upgrades to the Austin Sound Stages, Zach Scott Theater and six other Austin cultural institutions.

Jim co-produced, directed and edited the video greeting from the Austin Film Society to Quentin Tarantino. The piece covered the Austin regional premiere for Kill Bill and was sent directly to Tarantino.

He co-wrote and line produced the documentary, Chimfunshi, produced by Flathead Films. He has also co-written, directed, and edited the shorts, Tempting David, produced by Goldenhead LLC, and Charles Gillpatrick: Front Desk Clerk, produced by Chrysler/Hypnotic/Universal Studios as part of their Million Dollar Film Festival.

Jim was director, line producer and editor for the children's cooking show television pilot, KidChef, produced by KidChef and 05min Productions.

He interviewed Dorothy Pearl for the documentary Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Shocking Truth, and edited the short film, Guru.

Jim also directed Michael Ramos's La Negra Celina music video. This song went on to reach number seven on the world music charts.

His short film, Jason and the High Cost of Electricity, was the only short to be accepted by both Project Greenlight and the Chrysler/Hypnotic/Universal Studios Million Dollar Film Festival in 2003.

Jim has also been named to Project Greenlight's Top 50 Directors 2004 and AV Video Multimedia Producer magazine's Top 100 Producers for three years in a row. His work as a Writer, Director, Producer and Editor has won over 160 awards.

These award-winning films have aired on the Independent Film Channel, the Food Network, screened at the Directors Guild of America in Los Angeles and New York, the Cannes Film Festival and been accepted into Project Greenlight, SXSW, the Chrysler/Hypnotic/Universal Studios Million Dollar Film Festival, the SAG Indie booth, the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival, the USA Film Festival, the 48 Hours Film Project, the Texas Filmmaker's Showcase, the San Francisco DocFest, Slamdunk, and the Austin Film Festival. (see Awards for complete listing).

Jim has worked with Richard Linklater and Rebecca Campbell of the Austin Film Society as producer and editor of every showcase piece done by the Film Society since 1999. The Austin Film Society asked Jim to edit their first ever overall perspective piece when they were honored by Director's Guild of America (NY) at the first annual awards ceremony in November, 1999. He has produced and edited the highlights trailer for all seven of the annual Texas Film Hall Of Fame Awards 2001-2007 co-sponsored by the Austin Film Society. He also produced and edited the Anne Richard's Tribute for AFS.

He has worked as a freelance copywriter for FOX Television and Disney Buena Vista writing promos for shows such as In Living Color, Married With Children, 21 Jumpstreet, Carol (Burnett) and Company and Freaky Friday .

Jim has been a guest lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin's Film School in 2002 and 2004. He was asked to participate in the Austin Film Society's panel discussions on the future of Austin Filmmaking in 2004. Jim directed the Women in Film Awards at Sundance 2000 and and was a digital video panelist at the 1999 Austin Film Festival. He has also been featured in various magazines for his work including Variety, MovieMaker Magazine, and the Wall Street Journal.

He is also co-creator of the comic strip, Angst, featured in the Austin American Statesman and Mighty Sun.

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Danna Stedman has co-written, produced and marketed for television, commercials and short films including, Pursuit of Happiness, Jason and the High Cost of Electricity, Love and Surveillance, Last Cigarette and Couches, Tables and Darts and the documentary, Buy 1, Get 5 Free.

Danna produced the featured Fandango commercial and corporate video pieces for Richard Linklater's $5.15/hour HBO pilot.

She co-produced the EPK for the Sundance Channel's Iconoclast premiere party featuring Quentin Tarantino and Fiona Apple co-sponsored by the Sundance Channel, Harrison & Shriftman, L.A., and Grey Goose Entertainment.

Danna co-produced the video greeting from the Austin Film Society to Quentin Tarantino. The piece covered the Austin regional premiere for Kill Bill and was sent directly to Tarantino.

She co-produced the Prop 4 trailer helping to secure over $5 million for critical upgrades to the Austin Sound Stages, Zach Scott Theater and six other Austin cultural institutions.

Danna also produced the Anne Richard's Tribute for Austin Film Society.

She co-wrote the documentary, Chimfunshi , produced by Flathead Films. She has also co-written the shorts, Tempting David , produced by Goldenhead LLC and Charles Gillpatrick: Front Desk Clerk, produced by Chrysler/Hypnotic/Universal Studios as part of their Million Dollar Film Festival.

These award-winning films have aired on the Independent Film Channel, screened at the Directors Guild of America in Los Angeles and New York and been accepted into Project Greenlight, SXSW, the Chrysler/Hypnotic/Universal Studios Million Dollar Film Festival, the SAG Indie booth, the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival, the USA Film Festival, the Texas Filmmaker's Showcase, DocFest, Slamdunk, and the Austin Film Festival. (see Awards for complete listing).

Her short film, Jason and the High Cost of Electricity, was the only short to be accepted by both Project Greenlight and the Chrysler/Hypnotic/Universal Studios Million Dollar Film Festival in 2003.

Danna is also co-creator of the comic strip, Angst , featured in the Austin American Statesman and Mighty Sun.

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Jeff Culbertson has been digital cinematographer, camera operator, color-correction and special effects artist for commercials and short films including Pursuit of Happiness, Jason and the High Cost of Electricity, Love and Surveillance, Tempting David, produced by Goldenhead LLC and Charles Gillpatrick: Front Desk Clerk, produced by Chrysler/Hypnotic/Universal Studios as part of their Million Dollar Film Festival.

Jeff was cameraman for several of the corporate video pieces produced for Richard Linklater's $5.15/hour HBO pilot and for the video greeting from the Austin Film Society to Quentin Tarantino. This piece covered the Austin regional premiere for Kill Bill and was sent directly to Tarantino.

He worked as senior designer and creative with AMD and DreamWorks Animation SKG on marketing efforts for Over The Hedge, Flushed Away and Shrek the Third.

Jeff also completed shooting and post-production on the children’s cooking show television pilot, KidChef, produced by KidChef and 05min Productions.

The short film, Jason and the High Cost of Electricity, was the only short to be accepted by both Project Greenlight and the Chrysler/Hypnotic/Universal Studios Million Dollar Film Festival in 2003.

Jeff was cinematographer for the Dorothy Pearl segment of the documentary Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Shocking Truth.

Jeff is also an editor and motion graphics specialist, having worked on several commercials, music videos, and corporate projects since 1996. He has fourteen years of experience in commercial design and photography, and has won an Art Director's Guild Award for Typographic Design (1994).

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Brad Warren has been audio engineer, sound designer, and Foley artist for television, commercials and short films including, Pursuit of Happiness, Jason and the High Cost of Electricity and Love and Surveillance.

Brad was audio engineer for the corporate video pieces produced for Richard Linklater's $5.15/hour HBO pilot and for the video greeting from the Austin Film Society to Quentin Tarantino. This piece covered the Austin regional premiere for Kill Bill and was sent directly to Tarantino.

He worked as lead programmer with AMD and DreamWorks Animation SKG on marketing efforts for Over The Hedge, Flushed Away and Shrek the Third.

Brad was also audio engineer for the children's cooking show television pilot, KidChef, produced by KidChef and 05min Productions.

These award-winning films have aired on the Food Network, and been accepted into Project Greenlight and the Chrysler/Hypnotic/Universal Studios Million Dollar Film Festival.

Brad has also worked as audio engineer on showcase pieces for the Austin Film Society, including highlights from the second annual Texas Film Hall of Fame Awards.

Brad continues to work on both corporate videos and short film productions utilizing his ten years experience with digital technology and audio production.

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Mike Mulry has been director of photography, cinematographer and art director on short films including, Love And Surveillance, Tempting David, Last Cigarette and Couches, Tables and Darts.

Mike was also cinematographer for the documentary, Buy 1, Get 5 Free.

These award-winning Films have aired on the Independent Film Channel, screened at the Directors Guild of America and been accepted into SXSW, the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival, the USA Film Festival, the Texas Filmmaker's Showcase, DocFest, Slamdunk, and the Austin Film Festival. (see Awards for complete listing).

Mike has worked with Richard Linklater and Rebecca Campbell of the Austin Film Society, compositing and color-correcting a piece that was shown at the Director's Guild of America's (NY) first annual awards ceremony in November, 1999, honoring the Society for its achievements.

Mike returned to his alma mater, Southwest Texas, to teach a multimedia course emphasizing digital video and special effects. At the SXSW 1999 Multimedia Conference, he was a panelist on the Designing for the Web panel. He has won numerous awards including several of New Media Magazine's prestigious Invision awards.

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