Anthony Golden Jr. always believed himself to be a servant to the people. He has a BFA in Acting from Boston University and an MFA in Film and TV Production from USC. As the founder and owner of Rebuilt Minds, he aims to be the leader of diversity and inclusivity within the film industry.
Rohil Khatke grew up in the center of India - Nagpur. Being raised in such a culturally vibrant city exposed him to various forms of art from painting to architecture and now filmmaking. Rohil has received his MFA in Film and TV Production at USC. He prides himself on being able to adapt his directing style to serve the script.
Shaina Ghuraya has her MFA in Film and Television production at USC. There she created several films, one of which - Wheelchair Wendy - screened at ReelAbilities Film Festival and was featured on LA This Week. She is passionate about directing and editing culturally pertinent stories.
Ariel Cantrell is currently pursuing an MFA in Film and Television Production at USC. There she has already been the DP of the award winning film, Breach of Trust - a documentary about the George Tyndall scandal. Her goal as a filmmaker is to develop visually compelling and thematically complex images to help tell the story.
Nia Alavezos has had an impressive career that spans the likes of Dreamworks, Tom and Jerry, and now Sun & Moon Animation.
She is a graduate from Curtis Brown Creative and studied under Catherine Johnson in their Summer 2017 Writing YA and Children’s Fiction course.
Shauna Turnmire graduated from the University of Central Florida with a B.A. in Theatre Studies and a B.S. in Event Management. She also graduated from Columbia College in Chicago where she earned her Masters in Arts Management. She has a passion for promoting work that makes a difference.