Megan Griffiths has worked as a writer, director and producer in the independent film world for over a decade. Her latest feature LUCKY THEM (starring Toni Collette, Thomas Haden Church, Oliver Platt and Johnny Depp) premiered at the 2013 Toronto Int’l Film Festival and was distributed by IFC Films. Megan’s previous film, EDEN, starring Jamie Chung, Matt O’Leary and Beau Bridges, premiered at the 2012 South by Southwest Film Festival, winning the SXSW Audience Award, the Emergent Female Director prize and a special jury recognition of Jamie Chung's performance. Megan’s feature THE OFF HOURS premiered at the 2011 Sundance  Film  Festival  and  was  subsequently  nominated  for  an  Independent Spirit Award. Megan won the Carlos Velo Award for Best Director at the Ourense Film Festival  in  Spain,  where  the  film  also  took  home  a  Special  Jury  Prize.  Megan  has worked as a producer on Todd Rohal's THE CATECHISM CATACLYSM (Sundance '11) and THE GUATEMALAN HANDSHAKE (Slamdance '06 Special Jury Prize), and as a co-­‐ producer on Robinson Devor’s ZOO (Sundance ’07) and Lynn Shelton's YOUR SISTER'S SISTER  (Toronto  '11,  Sundance  '12).  Megan  is  on  the  board  of  the  Northwest  Film Forum and is an advocate for sustainable production. 

Alisa Tager is a producer of films, television, concerts, live events as well as projects for musical artists, the web, fashion, design and fine arts. Her most recent production is Center Jenny, a film and installation project with Ryan Trecartin for the 2013 Venice Biennale. In 2013 she also produced the movie, Arthur Newman, directed by Dante Ariola, starring Colin Firth and Emily Blunt. Recent web projects include two shorts: She Said, She Said, written and directed by Stuart Blumberg, starring Marisa Tomei, Elodie Bouchez, and David Wain and also the animated short Tependris Rising illustrated by Konstantin Kakanias and directed by DaftArts. In September 2012, she produced and shot the footage for Jay-Z’s concert series at Barclay’s Center.

Collider, her comic book imprint at Image with Marc Guggenheim, has two titles in current circulation: Halcyonand The Mission.

Previously, Tager was an Executive Producer of Guillermo Arriaga’s directorial debut, Burning Plain; Executive Producer on Joss Whedon’s feature directorial debut, Serenity; Executive Producer on Jean-Jacques Annaud’s film, Enemy at the Gates, filmed in Germany; Executive Producer on Sergei Bodrov’s featureRunning Free, filmed in Namibia. She previously served as Associate Producer on Annaud’s Seven Years in Tibet, shot in Argentina and Canada.

Before to moving to Los Angeles, Tager lived in Spain, where she worked with a major concert promoter and also with Warner/Elektra/Atlantic Records. She then moved to New York where she produced a diverse range of projects in theater, music, art and video domestically as well as in Argentina, Spain, Venezuela, South Korea and Russia. She was a journalist, writing for several international publications.

Emmy Award-winning Matthew Brady created MRB Productions in 2001 and has quickly become one of Hollywood’s go-to producers for top-notch television, feature, new media and commercial content. Nominated for over 15 Emmys, Brady won for his work producing sports promos for ESPN and Monday Night Football.

Brady's previous produced films include the Sundance darling, The Truth about Emanuel, starring Jessica Biel. Other features include Grassroots with Jason Biggs and Dahmer, featuring a breakthrough role for Jeremy Renner and a nomination for Best Male Actor at the Independent Spirit Awards.

A pioneer in bringing groundbreaking content to the screen, Brady produced Disney's first 3D documentary, X Games 3D: The Movie. Also in the documentary space, Brady produced I Trust You To Kill Me, about California band Rocco DeLuca and the Burden and their tour manager, Kiefer Sutherland. This led to a partnership with Kiefer Sutherland on the Webby award winning web series for Best Drama, The Confession.