(Academy Award Winner)
Boyes is an American sound engineer who has won four Academy Awards. He has worked on over 70 films since 1991.
Curtis Choy is an accomplished filmmaker best known for telling Asian/Asian American histories.
Independent Filmmaker/ Professor
Anaiis Cisco is an independent filmmaker and professor, exploring the emotional journey of Black and queer characters in cinema.
Csicsery is a writer and independent filmmaker specializing in dramatic shorts, performance films and documentaries.
(Academy Award Nominee)
A San Francisco native, Arthur began making films at Galileo High School (now the Galileo Academy of Science & Technology) near the end of the Vietnam War.
Professor at UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television
Kristy Guevara-Flanagan has been making documentary and experimental films for nearly two decades including Going On 13 (2009), El Corrido de Cecilia Rios (1999), Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines (2013), and What Happened to Her (2016).
Anthonia Nneamaka Onyejekwe
Emmy Award Winner
Anthonia Nneamaka Onyejekwe is an EMMY-Award Winning TV/Film producer and Executive Director of REEL Oakland. She has a passion for bringing voices of color and communities to the forefront, uncovering the truth, and showcasing our humanness through multimedia and art.
Jay Rosenblatt is an internationally recognized artist. He has completed over 25 films since 1980.
Skyler is an internationally recognized writer/director of documentary and fiction films. She is best known for the HBO Documentary Film Brillo Box (3¢ Off), the Sundance selected feature Getting to Know You, and her portrait of post-riot South Central Los Angeles, No Loans Today.
Photo credit: Dustin Askland
Independent filmmaker and artist.