JOHN SHEEDY
 

John grew up in rural Eastern Oregon in a double wide on 40 acres. He moved to Colorado when he was fifteen. He developed a passion for photography while traveling to Europe and South America in his early twenties. In 1996 John graduated from Prescott College with a degree in Social Documentary Photography. He then went on to work at the S.F. Camera Work Gallery in San Francisco and also did commercial photography assignments on the side. John has recently finished graduate school in Tucson where he recieved a Masters degree in Art Education.

FILMOGRAPHY
121 TO AZTEC–Narrative Short–Cinematography
accepted to Cinequest and Durango film festivals
THE COMMUTE–Narrative Short–Cinematography, Writer, Producer
accepted to Arizona International and Durango film festivals

     
  DAVID ECKENRODE
 

David, the son of an ex–monk and cowgirl, was raised in Durango, Colorado. He received a B.S. at the Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA with a focus on field biology. Later he returned to the same school and studied documentary film. David is an avid river runner, painter, and drummer. He has lived in Portland, San Francisco, LA, and spent some time in Mexico, but he always makes it back to the San Juan Mountains of Colorado to keep it all in perspective. 

SELECTIVE FILMOGRAPHY
121 TO AZTEC–Narrative Short–Writer, Director, Editor
accepted to Cinequest and Durango film festivals
THE COMMUTE–Narrative Short–Director, Editor
accepted to Arizona International and Durango film festivals
THE CLAIM–Feature Film–2nd Assistant Camera
COORS LIGHT–Advertising Spot–2nd Assistant Camera
LAND ROVER–Advertising Spot–2nd Assistant Camera

     
  JOHN ECKENRODE
 

John is the big brother to the son of an ex–monk and cowgirl and was raised in Durango, Colorado. He received a B.A. in History from Reed College in Portland, OR. A couple years later he began a three year study of of Biochemistry and History at Portland State University. Concurrently with these studies, John co–founded “Paperback Jukebox,” a music centric arts and culture newspaper for which he was the Art Director and contributing writer. John left the paper after three years to form “Tonic” a similar more frequently published rag. After dissolving the latter paper in 1995, John began working for Nike where he continues today as a senior graphic designer.

FILMOGRAPHY
121 TO AZTEC–Narrative Short–Editor, Production design
accepted to Cinequest and Durango film festivals

     
  RICK CARLSON
 

Rick grew up in the Chicagoland area. After getting a degree in Mathematics from Illinois Institute of Technology Rick followed his passion for computers and electronics and moved to northern California to catch the Silicon Valley gold rush. As an electronics industry sales executive, Rick spearheaded the growth of a new industry that would eventually be responsible for the design of all things electronic. Rick lives in Carbondale with his wife Lorrie and two sons Anders and Jared, who enjoy the many outdoor activities that Colorado offers including, fly fishing, skiing, white water rafting, mountain biking and hiking.

FILMOGRAPHY
SHUT UP AND SING(narrative film)–Executive Producer
121 TO AZTEC–Narrative Short–Executive Producer
accepted to Cinequest and Durango film festivals

     
   

OTHER CREW

CO-PRODUCER
page b. ostrow

ORIGINAL SCORE
matthew valverde
eric hopper
jeff hopper
mike slack
greg oldson

ADDITIONAL MUSIC
calexico
king black acid
explosions in the sky

FIELD SOUND
eric hopper
matthew valverde

SOUND DESIGN
jason edwards

FIELD TRANSLATORS
juan caicedo
miguel grijalva
norma martinez
keelin schaffrath

SUBTITLES / TRANSCRIBING
hector rivera

SUBTITLE EDITOR
beth moore

TRANSCRIBING
jose noriel acosta
diana valenzuela
sara illsley
michael ramsey

 

     
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