C Prinz is a LA-based music video and commercial Director/Choreographer. Her movement-driven filmmaking challenges narrative form using the body as a storytelling vehicle. Her films have been premiered through SXSW, Channel 4 (UK), Vimeo Staff Pick, Dazed, i-D, Sterogum, Outfest with The MOCA Los Angeles and Redcat, Dance Camera West and Screendance International. With choreography as a main influence, she has spent the last 8 years researching movement alongside world-renown dance artists. Beyond univisity, she studied filmmaking as choreographer’s assistant on Jordan Peele’s Us and director/choreographer’s assistant on Celia Rowlson-Hall’s Venice International Fim Festival premiering short film (The [End) of History Illusion]. Her live performances have been presented through Rachel Comey & The Women’s March, Vogue & We the Women Collective, Terrible Records & the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center and the Ho Chi Minh Symphony Orchestra and Choir. Sarah’s films have been presented in festivals in Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle, Detroit, Austin, San Fransisco, Iowa City, Portland, Utah, Arizona, Mexico City, Paris, Spain, Vietnam and the United Kingdom.

Christopher Ripley is a Los Angeles-based cinematographer. He has shot award-winning short films, features, music videos and commercials throughout the US and globally.

Geenah Krisht is a producer based in Los Angeles, California. ​ For the last six years, she’s been freelancing in commercial, television, short, and feature film production. And before that, she spent three years producing commercials, non-scripted television pilots, and talk shows for Dallas-based indie film company Dreamfly Productions and LA-based non-scripted production company Ten East Ten West Productions. She’s been a self-starter and skilled multitasker since her undergraduate career at Southern Methodist University, where she earned degrees in both journalism and film and media arts.

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