NATHANIEL KAHN (Director / Producer)
Nathaniel Kahn is an Oscar-nominated and Emmy-winning filmmaker. His documentary My Architect (2003)—about his father, the architect Louis Kahn—was nominated for an Academy Award, two Independent Spirit Awards, and won the Directors Guild of America Award. His film Two Hands (2006) about the pianist Leon Fleisher was nominated for an Academy Award and an Emmy. Kahn's documentary on the interaction between the worlds of art and commerce, The Price of Everything (2018) premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, was broadcast by HBO and was nominated for an Emmy. His film The Hunt for Planet B (2021) about NASA’s Webb Telescope. premiered at SXSW, was broadcast by CNN and won an Emmy for Outstanding Science and Technology Documentary.
SUSAN ROSE BEHR (Producer)
Susan Rose Behr began her career in the theater. A native of Philadelphia, she co-founded a summer theater in Haverford, Pennsylvania to produce new plays. She has produced several educational films about early childhood and teenage development and has served as an archival researcher on numerous projects. Behr produced My Architect, directed by Nathaniel Kahn, about his father, the Philadelphia-based architect Louis I. Kahn, which premiered at New Directors / New Films and was nominated for an Academy Award. Behr also produced Kahn’s Two Hands, about the legendary pianist Leon Fleisher, and his long struggle with focal dystonia. Two Hands was also nominated for an Oscar.
BOB RICHMAN (Director of Photography)
Bob Richman began his film career working with verité pioneers Albert and David Maysles—working his way up from production assistant to operator. He made the leap to director of photography on the Maysles’ film Umbrellas. Today, Richman is an Emmy nominated and Sundance award-winning cinematographer on nearly one hundred documentaries, including; Davis Guggenheim’s An Inconvenient Truth and Waiting for Superman, Nathaniel Kahn’s My Architect, The Price of Everyting, and The Hunt for Planet B, Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky’s HBO films Paradise Lost (parts 1, 2 and 3), and Metallica Some Kinda Monster, and RJ Cutler’s The September Issue.
SABINE KRAYENBÜHL (Editor)
Sabine Krayenbühl is an award-winning filmmaker with over twenty theatrical documentaries and narrative features to her credit. She co-directed and edited the NEH-supported Letters from Baghdad and is currently finishing her next film, Obsessed with Light about trailblazing performer and inventor Loïe Fuller. Her editing work includes Oscar and Independent Spirit Award-nominated My Architect for which she received an American Cinema Editors (ACE) Eddie Award nomination. Additional credits include Mad Hot Ballroom, The Bridge, Picasso and Braque Go to the Movies, produced by Martin Scorsese, Salinger on which she consulted, The Price of Everything, and most recently the Emmy-winning The Hunt for Planet B. Krayenbühl holds a BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and is a member the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
JOSEPH VITARELLI (Composer)
Joseph Vitarelli is perhaps best known as composer of the highly acclaimed HBO epic JOHN ADAMS, directed by Tom Hooper, as well as his iconic score to John Dahl’s THE LAST SEDUCTION, starring Linda Fiorentino, Bill Pullman and Peter Berg. Other film credits include the score to Nathaniel Kahn’s Academy Award nominated MY ARCHITECT; KIT KITTREDGE: AN AMERICAN GIRL, directed by Patricia Rozema starring Abigail Breslin; SHE’S SO LOVELY, directed by Nicholas Cassavetes, starring Sean Penn, John Travolta and Robin Wright; COMMANDMENTS starring Aidan Quinn and Anthony LaPaglia and directed by Daniel Taplitz. Vitarelli also scored the film adaptations of Jon Robin Baitz’s play THE SUBSTANCE OF FIRE directed by Daniel Sullivan, starring Ron Rifkin, Sarah Jessica Parker and Timothy Hutton and Neil Simon’s LAUGHTER ON THE 23rd FLOOR directed by Richard Benjamin and starring Nathan Lane. Vitarelli has scored numerous films for HBO including A DOG YEAR, starring Jeff Bridges, BOYCOTT, starring Jeffrey Wright, FIRST TIME FELON, AND STARRING PANCHO VILLA AS HIMSELF, directed by Bruce Beresford, written by Larry Gelbart, starring Antonio Banderas. He produced the Emmy Award winning score with Arturo Sandoval for FOR LOVE OR COUNTRY, starring Andy Garcia. He has composed music for many television series including EQUAL JUSTICE, THE BEAST and UNDER SUSPICION as well as two chapters of Louie Schwartzberg’s MOVING ART for Netflix. He received an Emmy nomination for his score to the NBC/Universal “maxi-series” REVELATIONS. Joseph recently completed the score to FLAG DAY directed by and starring Sean Penn with Dylan Penn, Katheryn Winnick and Josh Brolin. The film premiered at Festival De Cannes 2021.
SIMON EGLETON (Line Producer / Post Production Supervisor )
Simon Egleton is a veteran producer and technical consultant with over three decades of professional experience making fiction and nonfiction television and film entertainment. His credits include; television specials for NBC, CBS, PBS, FOX and AMC, television series for HBO, live multi-camera concert productions, feature documentaries, and projected film and video installations for live theatrical settings. He is a member of the Producers Guild of America.