Sabine El Gemayel
Producer and Director
Sabine El Gemayel
SABINE conveys her strong narrative skills and her deep understanding of human emotions into her directing work giving a voice to extraordinary people in ordinary situations and undermined social themes.
Wandering around the Middle East under inconceivable circumstances following the aftermath from the Persian Revolution and during the Lebanese Civil War, Sabine considers herself to be a citizen of the world. Her passion for filmmaking brought her to Los Angeles, where she resides since 1994.
After editing a number of award winning feature films, Sabine successfully marked her debut as a writer-director with NILOOFAR (in competition at Berlinale 59th Generation Kplus, Cannes Junior, AFI, and prestigious special screenings) .
Currently, Sabine has two compelling socially engaged screenplays ready for production and another feature documentary in development. As a mother, Sabine is on a mission to expose the Truth about the effects of cell phones radiations and wireless technologies on children’s health.
PETER is the founder and CEO of Clear Light Ventures, Inc., as well as an environmental health funder who focuses on toxins and wireless safety. He has spent the last 15 years successfully recovering his two sons from autism and sensory issues. Peter's work on detoxification and EMF's have been featured in the book Toxin Toxout: Getting Harmful Chemicals Out of Our Bodies and Our World, the book The Out-of-Sync Child Grows Up: Coping with Sensory Processing Disorder in the Adolescent and Adult Years, and CNN's Morgan Spurlock: Inside Man. He serves on the advisory board for the International Institute for Building-Biology & Ecology.
Today Peter is one of the leading funders in the country in this area of research, funding work at Harvard, Stanford, University of California, Berkeley and several leading environmental health non-profits. He speaks about autism and environmental health at conferences throughout the United States and abroad. Previously, he was a software designer for Netflix, Inc., Interwoven, Inc., Excite@Home, and Silicon Graphics. Prior to working in high-tech, he was an Executive Officer and pilot in the United States Navy. He has a B.A. in psychology from University of Detroit and an M.S. in computer science from Stanford University.
Executive Producer and Cinematographer
CAROLYN has brought her stunning visual style and emotionally driven storytelling to TV commercials and brand content for over two decades.
Her stories range from a series of visually striking moments found in a real-people documentary to unique narrative performance that defines a national brand campaign.
An award-winning cinematographer, Carolyn spent her childhood armed with a camera and black and white film roaming lower Manhattan and Chinatown. After beginning her formal photography training at RISD, she was compelled to more narrative storytelling and completed her education in filmmaking at NYU.
ARTEM, photographer and cinematographer, was born in Saint Petersburg, Russia and moved to the United States at the age of 11. He discovered his passion for photography as a young boy while borrowing his grandfather's unloaded 35mm camera for the sole joy of being able to set focus and press the shutter. Artem studied International Relations and Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California and graduated in 2008.
His real filmmaking school began in the cutting room with mentor and editor Alain Jakubowicz. While pursuing his passion in cinematography and directing, Zuev quickly understood that all facets of filmmaking are revealed in the cutting room. After several feature editing credits alongside Alain Jakubowicz, Artem got his first break as a cinematographer on Isaac Hertz’s One Rock Three Religions which won the 2015 International Jury Grand Prix at the Terra di Siena Film Festiva, 2016 Impact DOCS Award, and has received a special screening at the U.S. Congress.
Besides his main focus on documentary cinematography and direction, Zuev also produces freelance videos for commercial and independent clients. Outside of filmmaking Artem plays professional level petanque and represents USA as player and coach in international competitions and world championships.
MARCO is a part of the very last generation that had the privilege to worked on 35mm film so he understands the power of cutting celluloid prior to the digital revolution. This unique experience shaped his savoir-faire in terms of storytelling. In Marco’s own words, “The difference between cutting film and digital editing is: In the film days one used to think and then make a cut. Today, one makes a cut and then thinks.”
Marco moved from Israel to Los Angeles in 1997. With more then six features, fivefeature documentaries, numerous TV documentaries and commercials and over 18 years of experience in a cutting room, Marco is dedicated to telling compelling and engaged stories with images. Some of his credits include A Lego Brickumentary, Tattoo Nation, WWII in HD and Crank: High Voltage.
Edward is an award-winning Editor whose credits include Who Will Survive America? (Sundance/AMC), Power (OTG/Kavana ENT), 30 For 30: Here Come The Show (ESPN/Netflix) and Slingshot (White Dwarf Productions) and The Girls In The Band.
He has also forged a successful career in the commercial world, serving on campaigns for: Bacardi, Google, Beats By Dre, Polaris and The Players’ Tribune. Edward is an award-winning Editor whose credits include Who Will Survive America? (Sundance/AMC), Power (OTG/Kavana ENT), 30 For 30: Here Come The Show (ESPN/Netflix) and Slingshot (White Dwarf Productions) and The Girls In The Band.
He has also forged a successful career in the commercial world, serving on campaigns for: Bacardi, Google, Beats By Dre, Polaris and The Players’ Tribune.
JORDAN is a Los Angeles native and multi-instrumentalist who scored his first film at age 21. His film/TV work includes Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life starring academy-award winner Mira Sorvino and Joe Pantoliano, as well as multiple original series for Netflix, HBO, Amazon and Reelz Network. Jordan’s commercial campaigns range from presidential candidates to major brands like MasterCard, Pepsi, Burger King, L’Oreal, Toyota, Dell Computers and Bergdorf-Goodman. He draws his inspiration from artists and composers like Cliff Martinez, Brian Eno, Lorne Balfe, Ry Cooder and Butch Vig who have all pushed Jordan to create unique music for each new project.
KARINA joined Global Girls Media in 2010 where her interest in documentary filmmaking began. Her passion for social issues and story telling led her to work as a camera assistant on the documentary One Rock Three Religions. She filmed Middle Eastern women speaking about one of Jerusalem’s most politically sensitive sites: The Temple Mount.
Since 2014 Karina has been the associate producer for Generation Zapped helping on the first crowdfunding campaign, managing social media, doing production work and coordinating interviews.
Animation Creative Director
For more than 18 years, Rudy has stayed faithful to the belief that graphic design, in its truest form, has the unique ability to cross cultural and disciplinary boundaries. Rudy founded The Pastilla Institute of Design, a brand shaping creative agency focused on strategic branding, digital, print, motion design, web design, and interactive advertising in 2004. Pastilla has collaborated with major global names such as Nokia, Westfield, Hudson Properties, Microsoft, ESPN, Evian, Disney, SAP and Relativity Films., visually articulating branding initiatives and corporate values through the lens of concept and design.
Rudy has been published internationally in numerous design journals, received awards and recognition throughout his career, including IXDA Showcase Award, Print International Design Award, Creativity International Award, One Show Interactive Silver Award and American Center for Design 100 show award.
Rudy holds a BFA with Honors in Graphic Design from The Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA, where he is an instructor in the graphics and product design departments.