Jeff Prentky

Jeff Prentky

A Boston native and Rutgers alumnus, Jeff's filmmaking career began in college. After graduating, he started a freelance business making short promotional films for local companies.

Jeff practices comedy in all its various forms - sketch, improv, stand up, satire, and film. He also sells fish on the side and likes to hang out with his snake, Jim.

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Paul Sauline

Paul Sauline

Telling stories is Paul's passion. Raised in Youngstown, Ohio and currently residing in Brooklyn,  Paul has been obsessed with movies and TV literally since forever.

Until he can afford to make his favorite plays and musicals into movies, he is happy producing videos for the theater community. Life through a lens is much more interesting. Whether it's a narrative film, commercial, documentary, music video, TV show, or live event, he wants to capture it on camera.

Paul has had the opportunity to film some amazingly talented people. Many Tony Award winners and other fantastic New York theater performers. In addition, he makes movies, and works with cameras - it's a lot of fun.

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Nik Long

Nik Long

Born and raised in the deep, dirty South of Virginia, Nik took inspiration from his early years of living vicariously through the people on his television screen.

Fascinated by the emotional resonance different stories and characters could generate with audiences across the world, he knew he wanted to create his own. Nik considers his ultimate professional goal to be seeing "The Twilight Zone" return to television.

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Hanan Miller

Hanan Miller

Hanan spent the majority of his childhood in the flickering light of Turner Classic Movies playing through a big screen television in his living room. As he grew up and realized that very little in the real world involves elegantly lit, beautiful people speaking in powerful or quip-filled dialogue, he decided to focus on the small part of life that does, and thus he became a filmmaker.

After Hanan finished college, he left his natural habitat of small towns in the Pacific Northwest and set out for the bright lights of New York City, where he has acclimated quite quickly. He considers realism and factual accuracy to be quite overrated and prefers the eloquent truths that can often be expressed most powerfully through fiction.