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Jill Talley

Jill Talley started her career in acting at the famed Second City Main Stage in Chicago. Where she worked along side Chris Farley, Tim Meadows, Steve Carrell, Amy Sedaris, and others. She was a regular cast member of HBO's critically acclaimed, and cult classic sketch show, Mr. Show with Bob and David. Prior to that, she was a regular on FOX TV's The Edge opposite Jennifer Aniston. She has been seen as the anchor in Not Necessarily the Elections (HBO) and has guest-starred on The Sarah Silverman Program (Comedy Central), The Bernie Mac Show, Drew Carey, Seinfeld, Frasier, Ellen, 3rd Rock From the Sun and more.

On film, Jill starred as "Tammy" in New Line Cinema's Run Ronnie Run, as "Candy" in Paramount's The Ladies Man, along with various roles in Little Miss Sunshine, Sky High, Sour Grapes, Jack Frost, Dumb and Dumberer and the award-winning Comic Book the Movie. She was the lead along with her husband, Tom Kenny, in two music videos; Smashing Pumpkins, Tonight Tonight (MTV Best Video of 1995) and the Travis video for Sing. Both directed by Jonathan Dayon and Valerie Faris

As a voice-over actress, Jill has voiced hundreds of characters including Ramona in American Dad, Karen in Nickelodeon's Sponge Bob Squarepants, Gretchen, Nina and Miss Mucus on Camp Lazlo, Gisell in Pam Anderson's Striperella, Mrs. Sidvarsky in Clifford Puppy Years, Sarah in Boondocks (Adult Swim) the Mother in The Animatrix.

Valerie Faris

Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris have built an impressive body of work by perpetually seeking innovative projects in a variety of mediums.

After introducing bands such as REM and The Red Hot Chili Peppers on their ground breaking MTV show The Cutting Edge, Jonathan and Valerie continued to work in music television directing music videos and documentaries for bands such as The Smashing Pumpkins, Jane's Addiction, Macy Gray, Janet Jackson, Oasis, Weezer, and The Ramones. Their music productions have earned them two Grammy Awards, nine MTV Music Video Awards, and a Billboard Music "Director of the Year" Award.

In 1998, Jonathan and Valerie co-founded Bob Industries, one of the country's leading commercial production companies. Directing commercials for VW, Sony Playstation, Gap, Target, Ikea, Apple, ESPN amongst others, Dayton and Faris continue to push the medium into new vistas. In 2002, Creativity Magazine labeled them as one of their top ten best commercial directors.

Aside from their work in music videos and commercials, Jonathan and Valerie have done extensive work in television and film, including directing episodes of "Mr. Show with Bob and David" for HBO and producing two feature films, "The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years" for New Line Cinema, and "Gift" for Warner Bros. Music. Currently, they are in pre-production on their first feature film, "Little Miss Sunshine".

Tom Rothman

Tom Rothman was recently named Chairman of Tristar Pictures, a joint venture with Sony Pictures Entertainment to make movies and television distributed worldwide by Sony under a revived Tristar Pictures banner. Previously, he served as Chairman and CEO of Fox Filmed Entertainment from 2000-2012. He left FFE January 1, 2013, following the most profitable decade in the company's history and after its split from parent News Corporation and reorganization into 21st Century Fox. In his capacity, he oversaw one the world's largest producers and distributors of motion picture and television product, including Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp., Fox Searchlight (which Rothman founded in 1994 and which won the 2008 Best Picture Oscar for Slumdog Millionaire (2008), Blue Sky Animation and Twentieth Century Fox Television. Together those entities have yearly revenues over $8 Billion, operate in more than 70 countries worldwide, and have been at the forefront of the digital media revolution. Profit margins under Rothman and his co-chairman James Gianopulos were consistently the highest in the sector and its 2012 operating profits were the best of any studio.

Rothman's tenure at Fox spanned more than eighteen years, longer than any creative head in the studio's history, with the exception of the legendary Darryl F. Zanuck. Before becoming Chairman, he held the positions of President of Twentieth Century Fox Film Group, President of Production for Twentieth Century Fox and President of Fox Searchlight. A few of the many varied and enduring films made under his oversight, include: Steven Spielberg's Lincoln (2012), Life of Pi (2012), The Descendants (2011), Cast Away (2000), Master and Commander (2003), Black Swan (2010), Walk the Line (2005), Juno (2007), Beasts of the Southern Wild (2012), The Devil Wears Prada (2006), Borat (2006), The X-Men series, Marley and Me (2008), Little Miss Sunshine (2006), Minority Report (2002), Moulin Rouge (2001), Boys Don't Cry (1999), Sideways (2004), Waiting to Exhale (1995), The Ice Age series, The Simpsons Movie (2007), Something About Mary (1998), The Crucible (1996), and the top two grossing movies of all time: Titanic (1997) and Avatar (2009). Fox films during his time were nominated for over 150 Academy Awards, won three Best Picture Oscars, and earned in excess of $40 Billion in worldwide box office. Current hit series from TCFTV include: Modern Family (2009), Glee (2009) and Homeland (2011). Under Rothman, for the first time in Hollywood history, all four of the company's major film production divisions were headed by women executives, all of whom had been mentored through the ranks at Fox.

Prior to Fox, Rothman was President of Worldwide Production for the Samuel Goldwyn Company. While at Goldwyn he was responsible for such films as Henry V (1989), Longtime Companion (1989), Truly Madly Deeply (1990), Much Ado About Nothing (1993), Wild at Heart (1990), Eat Drink Man Woman (1994), The Wedding Banquet (1993) and The Madness Of King George (1994). He discovered and championed numerous filmmakers who went on to great international acclaim, including Ang Lee, Anthony Minghella, and Kenneth Branagh. During his tenure, the company's pictures won the Palme D'Or at Cannes three times.

Rothman came to Goldwyn in 1989 from Columbia Pictures where he had been Executive Vice President, working for David Putnam and Dawn Steel. Before joining Columbia, Rothman was a partner at the New York entertainment law firm of Frankfurt, Kurnit, Klein and Selz where he represented numerous major industry figures in all arts-related fields including publishing, theatre, film, television, music, dance and photography, along with many independent filmmakers such as Spike Lee and Jim Jarmusch. In 1986, he co-produced Robert Frank's Candy Mountain (1988) and Jarmusch's Down By Law (1986), which was selected for the Cannes Film Festival.

He began his work life as an English teacher and soccer and lacrosse coach at the Salisbury School in Connecticut and was later a law clerk on the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York.

Rothman graduated from Brown University in 1976, with Honors in English and American Literature, Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, and was an All New England selection in Division I Lacrosse. In 1980 he graduated from Columbia Law School, as a two-time James Kent Scholar, the school's highest academic distinction.

Rothman has written and hosted a television series entitled Fox Legacy, which includes almost fifty essays on the history of classic films. The show has received favorable notices in many publications, including the New York Times.

He has spoken to both undergraduate and graduate students on many occasions including classes and lectures at UCLA, USC, NYU, Brown, AFI and Columbia. He is a contributor to the Movie Business Book edited by Jason E. Squire', which is a reference used at film and business schools worldwide.

Among his many awards and distinctions are lifetime achievement recognitions from the IFP, the world's leading independent film organization, the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films and the Israeli Film Festival. He has received showman of the year awards from Variety and the Publicist Guild and been named one of the 50 smartest people in Hollywood by Entertainment Weekly. Columbia University honored him with the Arthur B. Krim Award for outstanding leadership in entertainment, and he was recently given the Corwin Award for Human Relations from the American Jewish Committee. He is a longstanding member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

He is currently producing Steven Spielberg's film Robopocalypse and he serves on the Board of Directors of Priceline.com, a public company and the world's leading online travel agency.

Annabelle Roberts

Annabelle Roberts was born in Redlands, California on July 17, 1998. Annabelle competed in child beauty pageants when she was younger and that is how she landed the role of a pageant contestant named Carly in the movie Little Miss Sunshine. After Little Miss Sunshine, Annabelle received a spot as a special guest star on a VH1 pilot.

Alicyn Packard

Alicyn Packard is an award-winning voice actress, comedian, musician, and writer.

Alicyn's voice can be heard on popular animated television series including NBC & Spouts' Poppy Cat (Alma), Space Racers (Robyn), and Cartoon Networks' The Tom and Jerry Show (Toodles). Packard also starred in Cartoon Networks' The Mr. Men Show (2008-2009) as Little Miss Sunshine, Little Miss Naughty and Little Miss Whoops. She voiced roles for Disney's Pixie Hollow Games (Zepher), Nickelodeon's Olivia (Connor & Caitlyn), and the animated short film An Okay Place to Eat.

In 2014, Alicyn was recognized for her promo work with a Voice Arts Award nomination. Additional promo and commercial credits include McDonalds, Target, ABC, Dunkin Donuts, CVS, Disney, Nick Jr., Vongo, Starz, WB, Sara Lee, HealthNet, and Taco Bell. Alicyn has also voiced various Books on Tape including the bestseller Lucky Us by Amy Bloom.

Perhaps most recognizable to video game enthusiasts for her role as the Female Blood Elf in World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade. Additionally, Alicyn lends her voice to Prince of Persia: Warrior Within, Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard, Star Ocean and Vandal Hearts. As a stand-up comedian, Alicyn has graced the stages of The World Famous Improv, The Comedy Store, The Purple Onion, and has been featured on videos on Funny or Die.

On screen, she has starred in the award-winning indie comedy feature Alondra Smiles, the psychological thriller, World Full of Nothing, as well as originating the role of Jenn in the world-premiere of cosmic rock musical Earth Sucks. Alicyn's abilities have allowed for her to smoothly transition into the world of writing. Her original video shorts, featured on her YouTube Channel are written, produced and directed by Alicyn. In addition Alicyn also penned the "Snowflake Lake" episode for Poppy Cat.

Alicyn was born and raised in Hanson, Massachusetts and received her degree at Emerson College, where her talent was discovered as a DJ on local radio station WERS. Packard resides in Los Angeles with her husband and two cats, Monkee and Foley.

Patricia Raven

Patricia Raven scored her first big role in 2007 as a young Mary Hatchet in the horror flick Blood Night. Born on June 8th, 1995 in Philadelphia, Raven attended the Baldwin School, a girls-only college preparatory private school for 9 years before moving to LA in 2008. While living on the East Coast, Raven made the transition from auditioning in her hometown of PA, to tackling the tough acting world of NYC. She landed various gigs, including an eight minute non-union film parodying Little Miss Sunshine, titled Little Miss Punch Line- which she landed on her first try. Raven has worked continuously ever since, landing roles in films such as Furry Hamsters from Hell, Slow Poison, Red and Coyote, as well as television shows such as Bring Your Daughter to War Day, Lobbyist and Dear Harvard, a role which earned her a Best Young Artist nomination in 2010.

Raven is credited with being both a strong dramatic actress, as well as having amazing comedic timing for such a young actress. James T. Chairman, the director-producer of Little Miss Punchline is quoted as saying, "Patricia came in and pretty much wowed us right off the bat. She came in prepared; she had a whole stand-up routine. And what impressed us the most was her timing. She wasn't just some little girl telling jokes; she had real comedic timing."

Joan Scheckel

Joan is a graduate of the New York University Tisch School of the Arts. Her Filmmaking Labs are known throughout Hollywood and the international film world as the crucial force behind the most exciting films being made today. Over the past decade, Scheckel's work as a writer, director, actor, consultant and teacher has contributed to the development of 434 films, more than half of which are completed or are in the works. All together, the films have earned 703 award nominations and 372 awards, including major wins at the Academy Awards, Cannes, Independent Spirit Awards, BAFTA, Cesar Awards, Producers' Guild of America, Writers' Guild of America, Screen Actors Guild, Berlin, Toronto, and Sundance among many others.

Having worked with so many of the vital new voices in cinema, including Niki Caro (Academy Award nominated Whale Rider; The Vintners Luck - which Joan co-wrote), Mike Mills (Academy Award winning Beginners - which Joan Executive Produced), Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris (Academy Award winning Little Miss Sunshine), Rupert Sanders (Snow White and the Huntsman), Mark Romanek (Never Let Me Go; One Hour Photo), Sacha Gervasi (Anvil! The Story of Anvil), Richard Press (Bill Cunningham New York) Alison Maclean (Jesus Son), Jake Scott (Welcome to the Rileys), Patricia Cardoso (Real Women Have Curves), Jeffrey Blitz (Rocket Science), Mark Ruffalo (Sympathy for Delicious), Nick Jarecki (Arbitrage) and Miranda July (The Future), Scheckel's sphere of influence continues to expand. Joan's visionary filmmaking workshops are unique in their exploration of all the art forms involved in filmmaking, from a deep study of character, story and script, to liberating and illuminating scene work with actors, to the investigation of visual personality of the film.

A theatre actress since the age of 3, Joan performed with some of the country's most visionary stage directors including Anne Bogart and Joanne Akalaitis. Joan has played over twenty leading roles at such theaters as the Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall and Joseph Papp's Public Theatre.

As a theatre director, Scheckel staged Pirandello's: I'm Dreaming...But Am I? at the Evidence Room Theatre; Gillian Plowman's: Me and My Friend at The Los Angeles Theatre Center; and Strindberg's: Miss Julie on a sound stage at Warner Hollywood. It was in this arena that Scheckel refined her ideas about a new approach to directing, and the workshop was born.

Joan immediately gained support from the Sundance Institute and Film Independent (FIND). Within a few short years Joan and her technique were internationally recognized, with invitations to give master classes at FIND, the Writer's Guild Screenwriting Conference, the Vancouver International Film Festival, Australia's SPAA/Writer's Guild Conference, and New Zealand's SPADA conference. Her labs in Vancouver, Berlin, Amsterdam, Auckland, Wellington, Melbourne, Sydney, Los Angeles, and New York City have attracted thousands of participants.

These days, Joan is preparing to write her first book on the work. She has also emerged as a photographer.

Erik David Barber

Erik David Barber grew up in the small town of Mullica Hill, New Jersey. It was here that he developed a love for acting at a very young age. Starring in school plays and homemade films, he was destined for a career in the arts. He attended the University of Bridgeport on a baseball scholarship, and while in school, was offered a small role on the long running daytime drama All My Children. He began taking acting classes in New York and appeared in numerous stage productions and short films.

Upon college graduation, Erik decided he needed to be in Hollywood to fulfill his dream. Within weeks of arriving he landed a role in the feature film Little Miss Sunshine. Always grateful for everything that comes his way, Erik considers himself blessed to be able to follow his dreams.

Ricky Roxburgh

Ricky Roxburgh began his career as a stand- up comedian and award-winning sketch comedy writer where he made appearances at top comedy festivals. He landed his first staff writing job on "3D Adventure Club," a 3D animated series where he worked alongside a host of Walt Disney Feature Animation veterans developing content for a wide-range of platforms from feature films to television and interactive media. An associate of the Max Howard Consulting Group, Ricky was hand-picked by Max Howard, architect of Disney studios in London, Paris, Orlando and Los Angeles, former President of Warner Bros. Feature Animation to write and develop film and television projects. On the net, his writing has been featured on the home page of Funny or Die in the web series "Break Ups with Matt McManus." Ricky's first full-length animated feature was on The Wild Bunch, stars Willem Dafoe (Spider-Man) and Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine). Most recently he completed work on Saving Santa, which stars Martin Freeman (The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey) and Tim Curry (Clue/Rocky Horror Picture Show). Ricky has several other projects on the horizon for both the small and big screen including two more full-length animated features, an animated series based on a popular toy line and another based upon a major video game franchise.

Martin Aguilera

Martin Aguilera's script "Miseducated" was one of the Top 3 winners for the 2009 Slamdance Telplay Competition. Martin had the distinction of having two spec TV pilots among the 40 finalists selected for the contest.

In 1997, at the age of fifteen, his play "The Derelicts" was produced by the Fourth Wall Players -- for which he was awarded an Outstanding Achievement Award at the 1998 Young Texas Playwright's Competition.

In 2004 his screenplay "The Image Consultant" was accepted at the National Association of Latino Independent Producer's (NALIP) Writer's Lab in New York City, where he was the youngest writer to attend that year. "The Image Consultant" received accolades from lab participants and story analysts and went on to become a finalist for the 2005 Outfest Screenwriter's Lab.

Film Independent's Project:Involve mentorship program accepted Martin as a fellow for their 2006-2007 cycle. On their screenwriter track, he was mentored by Nicholl Fellowship recipient Rebecca Sonnenshine (The Haunting of Molly Hartley, American Zombie) and attended workshops with directors Guillermo Del Toro (At the Mountains of Madness, Pan's Labyrinth), Paul Haggis (Crash), Marc Forster (Quantum of Solace, Monster's Ball), James Mangold (3:10 To Yuma), Curtis Hanson (L.A. Confidential, 8 Mil), Billy Ray (Shattered Glass, Breach), Doug Atchinson (Akeelah and the Bee), Ryan Fleck (Half Nelson), Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris (Little Miss Sunshine), as well as actresses Elizabeth Peña, Virginia Madsen and Lisa Kudrow.

Martin worked as a bookseller for Barnes & Noble, Inc. for six years before his transition to the Spanish-language TV network Azteca América. At Azteca América, Martin was executive assistant to Emmy-winning producer Flor Siqueiros and served as Associate Producer for two of their original series pilots, "Doctora Corazón" and "Cita Relámpago", which aired internationally in January 2008.

An essay he wrote appears in "The Brokeback Book" (William Handley, ed.), out in 2011 from the University of Nebraska Press.

Oa Skywalker

OA Skywalker is a passionate filmmaker and a strong visual storyteller. Inspired by George Lucas's Star Wars Saga during his youth, wanting to learn how to create a lightsaber on a screen, OA loves exploring the way to implement visual effects in all of his films. While attending Chapman University in Film Productions and Digital Arts, he directed over a dozen of movies and commercials while being trained by the accomplished director, John Badham ( Heroes, Saturday Night Fever, Dracula ). In 2007, OA debuted his big directorial piece on 16mm, Rewind - a supernatural thriller short in his junior year.

In July, 2008, OA moved from Orange County to Los Angeles where he currently resides. Two weeks after moving, He was hired to edit a feature film "Scape" by Mythmaker Entertainments. About the same time, he was also got a job at Third Point Productions as the lead editor for a reality show of the company. The job gave OA an opportunity to meet Gary Tachell, a cinematographer ( Star Trek: Enterprise, E-Rings ). Having the same interest in sci-fi movies, Gary worked together with OA on his big budget mystery, sci-fi fantasy thesis - Mind Machine, where Gary preformed as a DP along with one of hollywood best 1st AC's, Thomas Bango ( No Country for Old Men, Little Miss Sunshine, Live Free or Die Hard ). The production was also supervised by Jeff McCracken, a producer/director ( Boy Meets World, Quiz Show, Dinosaurs ).

With an effort of gathering a great casts, such as Emma Prescott ( Grey's Anatomy, Numb3rs, Windfall ), Mind Machine was a successful film. It won the most public votes and it was nominated for best VFX and best production design for Cecil Awards as well as was honored in many festivals.

OA just shot a 2013 Mercedes Benz SLK commercial "Day&Night" for Ogilvy&Mather. He recently wrapped a Bat Romance Music video for Break Media featuring Raina Hein and Jessica Serfaty from America's Next Top Model, which is now one of the biggest viral video on YouTube. He also did 3 spec commercials for Doritos and Pepsi Max for the SuperBowl 2012 contest, which was featuring Zachary Alexander Rice ( Hop, Super 8), and now there are 3.5 million hits combined. OA is now in the process of co-writing 2 feature scripts with budget between 5-10 millions dollar: an action sci-fi - "Time Anomaly" and a military action film - "Operation X". His co-writer and him are also developing a new series pilot - "Apocalypse". OA is still taking freelance jobs with ongoing projects as a director for commercials, web, and music videos

Chuck Loring

Chuck Loring aka "H" has been playing bass since 1983. He got bitten by the bass bug while doing Light Design for the Boston based band "Luna". After working with his best friend Chuck Colbert, the two formed "The Bad Habitz". H moved on to play for "White T's" and "Central Artery" then toured the East coast for 6 years, opening for bands like Foghat, J. Giles, Til Tuesday. Before leaving Boston H performed with Rex Trailer the East coast Roy Rogers. Once in LA, H worked with The Mood swingers in a live comedy review, played bass for many LA based Churches, has appeared as Meatloaf's bass player in the VH1 Meatloaf Story and as a recurring Elvis impersonator on NBC's Las Vegas and soon to be on screen with Steve Carell of The Office and 40 year old Virgin, in a film called Little Miss Sunshine. Won SAG award "Best Cast in a Motion Picture"

Jeremy Dylan Lanni

Jeremy Dylan Lanni is an award-winning writer-director educated at Boston University, where he graduated summa cum laude in English Literature, and Yale University, where he earned two masters degrees in Renaissance Studies. Lanni's first film was a modern-day tragedy called Nobody Beats Charlie. The film was made on a micro-budget and won a $55,000 post-production grant from the Digital Media Center in Portland, Oregon.

Lanni then made two short films based upon works of literature. The first was an adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe's horror story "The Tell-Tale Heart." Lanni's version, called Tell-Tale Art, is a black comedy featuring a disturbing score by composer Dick Wagner of Lou Reed and Alice Cooper fame. Lanni's second literary adaptation Under There was inspired by Wordsworth's poem "We Are Seven." Under There is a metaphysical comedy starring Richard Edson (Stranger than Paradise, Do the Right Thing) and Jasmine Anthony (Commander in Chief, Stephen King's 1408). In 2006 Tell-Tale Art won a Peer Award at the Dragon*Con Film Festival and in 2007 Under There won first prize in its category at what is arguably the world's most prestigious short film festival - International Short Film Festival Oberhausen. In 2008 Lanni's feature-length screenplay A Spy in Hell reached the Quarterfinal Round of the Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting competition.

Lanni then made two short films featuring well-known actors from film and television. A Woman in the West features three familiar faces from the HBO series Deadwood - Paula Malcomson (The Hunger Games, Deadwood, Caprica), Peter Jason (Deadwood, The Other Side of the Wind) and Larry Cedar (Deadwood, Hollywoodland, The Crazies); and A Reuben By Any Other Name features brilliant performances from Jasmine Anthony (Stephen King's 1408, Commander in Chief), Anita Barone (The War at Home, Daddio), Paul Ben-Victor (In Plain Sight, Entourage), Larry Cedar (Deadwood, Hollywoodland, The Crazies), Alanna Ubach (Hung, Legally Blonde), and Matt Winston (John from Cincinnati, Little Miss Sunshine).

Lanni's current short film "Heal Thyself" is a "sick" little satire starring Academy Award nominee Eric Roberts (The Pope of Greenwich Village, The Dark Knight) as a morally challenged doctor thriving in America's profit-driven health care system. Roberts' hilarious turn as the cynical Dr. Cash is complimented by stellar performances from Edie McClurg (Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Natural Born Killers), Peter Jason (Deadwood, Adaptation), Sarah Glendening (All My Children, As the World Turns), Cory Scarborough (War Flowers, Raging Bull II) and Gabriela Fernandez-Coffey (After the Fall).

Felicity Bryant

Felicity Ariel Bryant was born to Bobbie Bryant and Dan Mason June 11, 2000 on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C. At a young age, Felicity moved with her mom to California. Felicity started singing, acting at age 8 throughout southern California. Her professional stage debut was at The Old Globe Theatre in "Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas" in 2009 and 2010. By age 10, she was signed with LH7 Management by Brian and Mandy Teefey. She went on to work with James Lapine at the La Jolla Playhouse as the u/s for "Olive" and a "pageant girl" in the world premier of "Little Miss Sunshine" 2011. Her first movie was as "Monica Merrem" in "Sal" directed by James Franco.

Flavia Amon

Flavia Amon was born in Porto Alegre, Brazil. After graduated from the Federal University in her home state, she came to Los Angeles to study film at UCLA where she completed the Film Certificate program. Shortly after she got her first job as an audio post production coordinator leading to varies production and post production roles, including production of short films, music videos and feature post production supervision. Amon started at Fox Searchlight Pictures in 2000. As VP of Creative Advertising she has been involved in the audio visual campaigns of all Searchlight feature films including 67 Oscar nominations and 19 Wins. Some of the titles include Black Swan, 127 Hours, Crazy Heart, Slumdog Millionaire, The Wrestler, Juno, Little Miss Sunshine, Sideways.

Marty Osborne

Marty Osborne has been supplying vehicles and parts to classic car dealers, collectors, and the Motion Picture and Television industries for over 37 years, providing Picture cars, Exotic Cars, and Classic Cars throughout the World. What started out as a hobby has grown into a professional service, finding classic automobiles and putting them into the hands of collectors and the entertainment industry. Marty specializes in British, European, and American cars, including vintage Austin-Healey, Jaguar, MG, Triumph, Porsche, Corvette, Camaro, Mustang, Hudson, Abarth, and Street Rods and Customs. He is also an experienced picture car coordinator and has extensive experience in picture car fabrication. Marty's credits as Picture Car Coordinator include "Nightcrawlers," "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day," "Saving Mr.Banks," "Stand Up Guys," "Punch Drunk Love," "The Kids Are All Right," "Little Miss Sunshine," "Faster," "Hesher," "Seven Psychopaths," "Lincoln Lawyer," "Cinema Verite," "Drag Me To Hell," "Fame," and "The Perfect Age of Rock n Roll." Marty has also worked as a picture car vendor and consultant.

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