DELANEY RUSTON, MD - Writer/Director/Producer/Cinematographer/Editor
Delaney Ruston is a filmmaker, Stanford trained doctor and mother of two. Along with Screenagers, her award-winning feature documentaries include Unlisted: A Story of Schizophrenia (PBS), about her father, and Hidden Pictures (PBS) about global mental health. Delaney has been invited to speak and screen these and other films to hundreds of audiences in diverse settings around the world--such as at primary schools, conferences, medical centers, universities, the United Nations, the TEDx stage in Seattle and the World Health Organization. For her work in using film in launching advocacy movements, Delaney has won several awards. She has provided primary care in underserved clinics for over a decade. Full bio
LISA TABB - Producer/Executive Producer
Lisa Tabb is a story producer and mother of two teenagers. For 15 years she produced news at ABC 7 News in San Francisco, with a focus on trends around parenting and raising kids. Prior to television, Lisa started the first ecotravel magazine in the U.S, EcoTraveler. She went on to have a long career in running ecotravel publishing. She is the co-author of Beyond Vegas in which she writes about marrying her husband in 10 countries. Lisa has worked with schools on fundraising and education initiatives in Northern California where she lives.
SCILLA ANDREEN - Producer/Executive Producer
Scilla Andreen, CEO of Indieflix and Founder of IndieFlix Foundation, is an award-winning producer and Emmy-nominated costume designer. She helped produce and build awareness campaigns around the recent documentaries, Finding Kind and The Empowerment Project. Before her work in film production she was the costume designer for shows such as The Wonder Years.
KARIN GORNICK - Executive Producer
Karin Gornick has over 20 years experience creating, funding and driving impactful television, multimedia and educational outreach projects for companies including CNN, The Travel Channel, and Common Sense Media. She is a two-time Emmy Award and NAB's Service to Children's Programming Award recipient. Some of her favorite socially conscious projects include the film Silent Angels: The Rett Syndrome Story and the Kauffman Foundation initiative for PBS that focuses on teens and entrepreneurship, helping kids learn self-efficacy and the importance of finding their passion in life.
ERIC DUGGER - Editor
Eric Dugger is the editor of several feature-length documentaries including Blood, Sweat + Gears, The Magic Life, No le Digas a Nadie, and most recently, Little White Lie. His films have screened in several top film festivals and have been featured on the Sundance Channel, the Discovery Channel and A&E Biography, as well as PBS’s Independent Lens and POV series. His films have received honors including “Most Innovative Documentary” at National Geographic’s Asia Awards and multiple Audience Choice awards.
GEOFF SCHAAF - Cinematographer
Geoff Schaaf is a Los Angeles-based award-winning cinematographer with over 35 years of experience. His credits include feature films such as Her Lucky Star, and Midnight Heat, and feature documentaries Eat, Drink, Laugh, The Wall Street Conspiracy and One Germany: The Other Side of the Wall. TV documentaries include Middle Ages, Sharks of Rangiroa and Tour de France. He is currently working on the feature documentary Wounded Warriors. Geoff has 13 Emmy Nominations and 4 Emmy Awards.
PAUL BRILL - Composer
Paul Brill has composed over sixty films as well as many TV shows. He has won several Emmys and awards for his music. He has composed films that have screened at Sundance, Tribeca, other top festivals, PBS and HBO. His films include Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, Freakonomics, The Devil Came on Horseback and Page One: Inside New York Times.