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Yayaying Rhatha Phongam

Born Rhatha Phongam, Thai actress and pop star Yayaying (Ying for short) is the daughter of famed comedic actor Noi Phongam. Yayaying has recorded with some of Thailand's top talents, and released her debut album when she was only 16. She is also an excellent dancer, and has studied ballet since she was 6 years old.

An international talent- fluent in both Thai and English, Yayaying has stared in productions in Thailand Germany, and most notably in acclaimed director Nicolas Winding Refn's "Only God Forgives", along with Hollywood star Ryan Gosling.

Yayaying is now filming as the headed cast of "Jan Dara" the erotic Thai movie base on the novel by Utsana Phleungtham about the sexual rivalry between a Thai nobleman and his illegitimate son directed by ML Pantewanop Devakula on September 2012 release in Thailand.

Edward Bass

Golden Globe nominated Edward Bass is a Producer, Director, Writer, Actor and Philanthropist and Satirist. His Producing Partners include Sir Anthony Hopkins, on the motion picture Bobby, which was nominated for many awards (including the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture). He also produced with Guillermo del Toro (While She Was Out), Kevin Spacey (Mini's First Time), Peter Berg (The Hill That Chris Climbed: The Gridiron Story) and Stanley Kramer (Something a Little Less Serious, a documentary on It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World.

His films have been accepted into most of the world's major Film Festivals (Bobby opened the L.A. Film Festival and won the Biografilm Award at Venice, Slingshot-- in competition at Tribecca, and Come Early Morning -- nominated for the Grand Jury Prize, Sundance.

Bass was born and raised in Beverly Hills. His indoctrination to the entertainment world began early in life. Between ski trips and weekends in New York and Vacations in Las Vegas, his family arranged backstage visits with notables such as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr.. He met Milton Berle when he was 9 years old and promised to manage him, and did, albeit when Berle was 85.

Bass went on to manage and/or serve as an advisor to a range of talents, including Julio Caesar Chavez, whom under Bass' wings was made the highest priced super middleweight boxer in the history of the sport.

In 1991, In June of 1991, Bass and The American Foundation for the Performing Arts presented John Gary with an Award at a "A Tribute to John Gary" to Benefit the John Gary Recovery Fund for Cancer Treatments. The event included Liza Minelli, Perry Como, Mel Torme, Johnny Mathis and Henry Mancini produced by Bass and Karen Kramer.

Bass founded Bold Films in 2004, along with his lifetime friend Michel Litvak. Bold Films produced four motion pictures during that time

Although Bass left Bold Films in 2006 to pursue his creative vision, Bold continues the pattern established by Bass as producing relatively inexpensive films that receive critical acclaim with Drive, nominated for an Oscar, and Only God Forgives, up in 2013 for a Palme D'Or Award at the Cannes Film Festival. While at Bold Films he initiated Bold Films' annual Cannes sponsorship of AMFAR resulting in an increase of revenue in the millions to that organization.

In 2008, Bass created Edward Bass Films to continue his prolific film production activities, including work on 13 films in 5 years.

In 2014, Bass expects to take his much-touted project Belle into pre-production and is developing Wrong Number with Abigail Spencer and James Franco.

Bass' other activities include his philanthropic work - he is the founder of "Born Warriors", an organization initiated to get handicapable children involved in film.

He is also is working with the Royal Family of Iran in developing a project about Princess Ashraf Pahlavi, the twin sister of the country's last shah, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, who was noteworthy for her support of women's rights.

As a journalist for Splash Magazine, he covered such topics as the death of Amy Winehouse, Justin Timberlake, and some of his memoirs including the time Bass arranged for President Gerald Ford and his wife Betty to present his partner Stanley Kramer with a special accommodation to a roomful of Democrats at the unusual venue of The Roxbury Nightclub.

Russell Barnes

Production design takes Russell around the USA and globe, filming locales have included Thailand, Romania, Australia, New Zealand and India. Two of his films played recently at Cannes Film Festival 2013 with critical acclaim, "We Are What We Are" and "Only God Forgives" (2013) "Cold In July" (2013) completed this year is in dramatic competition at Sundance film festival 2014. Other films have appeared at Berlin, SXSW and Toronto. Born and raised in New Zealand he now resides in NYC.

J.D. Funari

Born and raised in Upstate New York, J.D. Funari got his start during the summer of 2000, when he made his first movie, the dark dramatic short Seven O'Clock. The following year, J.D. directed, shot, and edited Evening Message, which he self-distributed in March 2002. The short was met by enthusiastic reception at numerous NY screenings and hailed by FilmThreat.com in a four star review as "...required viewing for any grass-roots filmmaker."

J.D. relocated to Los Angeles in 2004 to pursue a career in entertainment, where he has since worked primarily as a TV & film editor on projects for a number of major networks, studios, and filmmakers.

2010 marked J.D.'s first feature length movie, the screenwriting documentary Tales from the Script, directed by Peter Hanson and released theatrically by First Run Features. The movie was praised by national critics, earning a 75% positive rating on Rotten Tomatoes, featured on Leonard Maltin's TV show Secret's Out, and recommended on Twitter by Iron Man director Jon Favreau.

At the end of 2010, J.D. was one of the lead editors on the launch campaign for Conan on TBS.

In 2011, he joined acclaimed trailer editor Skip Chaisson's company Skip Film, where he enjoyed opportunities to work on campaigns for Gravity, The Life of Pi, and The Dark Knight Rises among others.

Since 2013, J.D. has been an editor at Mark Woollen & Associates, one of the premiere movie marketing agencies in Los Angeles. He has edited Key Art Award winning trailers for the movies Don Jon, Only God Forgives, and Simon Killer.

Lene Børglum

Lene Borglum joined Zentropa right after it was founded in 1992, and was one of the key persons and co owner of the company for 15 years until 2007 when she left to start up on her own. Borglum was deeply involved in the development of Zentropa from its very start till its state in 2007 as a major European independent production company. In her position as expert in international financing she handled international financing on a large number of Zentropa's international films, including Lars von Trier's highly acclaimed and awarded films The Kingdom I and II (1994, 1996), The Idiots, Breaking The Waves (1996), Dancer in the Dark (2000), and was Executive Producer on Trier's Dogville (2003), Manderlay (2005), and The Boss Of It All (2006). After Borglum left Zentropa, she has been executive producer on Swedish director Lukas Moodysson's first English language feature film Mammoth (2009) and Nicolas Winding Refn's Valhalla Rising (2009).

After their successful collaboration on Nicolas Winding Refn's Valhalla Rising, Borglum and Refn teamed up to found production company Space Rocket Nation in January 2008.

Space Rocket Nation mainly aims to produce highly artistic and edgy feature films for an international audience by Nicolas Winding Refn, as well as to build up a new generation of edgy, artistic Scandinavian directors, both for fiction and documentaries, and help them reach the international audience. In Space Rocket Nation, she is producing Refn's Only God Forgives (2012), starring Ryan Gosling and Kristin Scott Thomas.

Jeremy Greene

Jeremy Greene was born on March 14, 1979 in Detroit, MI, to Albert and Jo-Linda (née Anderson) Greene and was raised in Danville, CA. He graduated from the University of Arizona in 2001 with degrees in Media Arts and Journalism.

He has created trailers for such films as Garden State, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Lincoln, Captain Phillips, Only God Forgives and many more.

He lives in Portland, OR, with his wife, Rebecca, and their dog, Steve.

6 names.