Patrick Creadon


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Patrick Creadon made his feature-length directorial debut with WORDPLAY, which was a breakout hit at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival. The film went on to become one of the top 25 highest grossing documentaries of all time. His follow-up film I.O.U.S.A., a non-partisan examination of America's national debt, premiered at Sundance in 2008 and was shortlisted for Best Documentary for the Academy Awards. IF YOU BUILD IT is Creadon's third feature-length documentary and follows a year in the life of one of America's most innovative classrooms. IF YOU BUILD IT was honored at the 2014 Independent Spirit Awards where it took home the inaugural Bright Future Award.


Creadon has also directed episodic television ("Law&Order:SVU") and has done commercial and non-fiction storytelling for internationally recognized companies.






Adam Jones


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With a focus on storytelling, comedy dialogue, performance and improvisation, Adam Jones has shot branded content in most major markets throughout the US and Canada for brands like Nationwide, United Airlines, Kelloggs, Toyota, Subway, Nascar, and Verizon. His spotwork has won multiple Addys, Tellys, and OMMAs, among others. Adam has collaborated with talent such as Joan Rivers, Tony Hawk, Michael Strahan, Jerry Lambert, Philip Baker-Hall, Dale Earnhardt Jr., and Danica Patrick. In addition to directing talented actors and comedians, Jones specializes in Real-People work with a knack for extruding uncontrived performances from non-actors. In addition to the subtleties of performance, Jones has extensive experience producing and supervising post-production. His background as a Production Designer informs his eye for composition, camera movement and style treatment. 


John Leguizamo


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A multi-faceted performer and Emmy Award winner, John Leguizamo has established a career that defies categorization.  With boundless and visceral creativity, his work in film, theatre, television, and literature covers a variety of genres, continually threatening to create a few of its own.

In March of 2014, Leguizamo debuted his 5th HBO solo special, Ghetto Klown, an adaptation of his Drama Desk Award-winning one-man stage show of the same name. Leguizamo most recently starred alongside Ice Cube and Kevin Hart in Universal’s hit comedy, Ride Along and in the Open Road Films feature Chef, written and directed by Jon Favreau. 

In 2013, Leguizamo completed production on Cymbeline, a modern-day take on William Shakespeare’s play, as well as Stealing Cars, starring William H. Macy. He also starred in Fugly, opposite Rosie Perez and Rhada Mitchell, which he also wrote and produced.  Fugly follows Leguizamo’s character, a New York comedian, whose near death experience forces him to make difficult life choices. 

In 2011, Leguizamo returned to Broadway with his new solo play, Ghetto Klown, the next chapter in his hugely popular personal and professional story. Directed by Academy Award winner Fisher Stevens, Ghetto Klown follows in the unabashed, uncensored, and uninhibited tradition of Leguizamo’s Mambo MouthSpic-O-RamaFreak, and Sexaholix… a Love Story

 Other film credits include Walking with DinosaursThe Counselor, Kick Ass 2, Love in the Vanishing on 7th Street, The Lincoln Lawyer, the Ice Age franchise, Love in Time of Cholera, The Happening, Righteous Kill, The Babysitters, The Take and Where God Left His Shoes.  In addition, Leguizamo has led his talents to a slew of other films including Miracle at St. Anna, Land of the Dead, Assault on Precinct 13, Sueno, Spun, Summer of Sam, King of the Jungle, Spawn, William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet, Dr. Doolittle, Carlito's Way, and Casualties of War.

For his performance as a sensitive drag queen in Too Wong Foo: Thanks For EverythingJulie Newmar, Leguizamo garnered a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actor.  Leguizamo also picked up ALMA Award nominations for his roles in Moulin Rouge (Best Supporting Actor) and King of the Jungle (Best Lead Actor).  He was the recipient of the 2002 ALMA Award for Entertainer of the Year.

 In the summer of 2007, Leguizamo returned to television in Spike TV's limited series The Kill Point, in which he played the leader of a gang of bank robbers who had recently returned from serving in Iraq.  Additionally, Leguizamo appeared as a guest star in twelve episodes of NBC's cornerstone drama ER during the 2005/2006 season, and in 2006 did a guest star arc on the NBC hit My Name is Earl.

 In 1991, Leguizamo created an off-Broadway sensation as the writer and performer of his one-man show Mambo Mouth, in which he portrayed seven different characters. He received Obie, Outer Critics Circle and Vanguardia awards for his performance. 

 Leguizamo's second one-man show, Spic-O-Rama, had an extended sold-out run in Chicago at the Goodman and Briar Street theaters before opening in New York.  The play received numerous accolades including the Dramatists' Guild Hull-Warriner Award for Best American Play and the Lucille Lortel Outstanding Achievement Award for Best Broadway Performance.  Leguizamo received the Theatre World Award for Outstanding New Talent, as well as a Drama Desk Award for Best Solo Performance.  Spic-O-Rama aired on HBO, receiving four CableACE  Awards.

 Freak, Leguizamo's third one-man show, ended a successful run on Broadway in 1998. Billed as a “Semi-Demi-Quasi-Pseudo Autobiography," Freak was described as “scathingly funny" (New York Times).  Along with the Tony Award nominations for Best Play and Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play, Leguizamo won the Drama Desk and the Outer Critic's Circle Awards for Outstanding Solo Performance.  A special presentation of Freak, directed by Spike Lee, aired on HBO and earned Leguizamo the Emmy Award for Outstanding Performance in a Variety or Music Program as well as a nomination for Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special.

 In fall of 2001 Leguizamo returned to Broadway with Sexaholix...a Love Story.  Directed by Peter Askin, the play is based on the sold-out national tour, John Leguizamo Live!  Leguizamo was nominated for an Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Solo Performance and the show received a Tony nomination for Best Special Theatrical Performance. Sexaholix aired as an HBO Special in Spring 2002 and also toured the country.  Additional stage credits include A Midsummer Night's Dream and La Puta Vida at the New York Shakespeare Festival and Parting Gestures at INTAR.

To add to his list of attributes, Leguizamo is also an accomplished author.  He recently penned his autobiography Pimps, Hos, Playa Hatas, and All the Rest of My Hollywood Friends, which was released by Harper Collins in October 2006.  The New York Times called the book "brutally funny," while USA Today coined Leguizamo as "one of the most exciting talents to come along in some time."

Leguizamo currently resides in New York City with his wife and two children.




Pierre Morel


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After spending his formative years in cinema school, Pierre Morel debuted in 2000 as camera operator with the first Richard Berry's film L'Art (délicat) de la séduction.

The next year, he began a career as cinematographer, working with such directors as Louis LeterrierCorey YuenNancy MeyersAlek KeshishianLuc Besson and Phillip Atwell. At the same time, he directed his first film District 13 in 2004, followed by Taken in 2008 and From Paris with Love, in 2010.

Morel was attached to Paramount's planned remake of Frank Herbert's Dune but left the project before it was cancelled. In 2015, he directed the action film The Gunman, starringSean PennJavier Bardem and Idris Elba.




eif rivera


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Within the last couple of years and the ever changing Music Industry, Eif with his love for movies, decided to make his art move. Picking up a camera, Eif taught himself the art of filming and understanding the video world, from Editing to coloring to the final end product and delivery. Now a couple years in, the world is witnessing Eif Rivera’s name on their TV screens, computer screens and will soon see it on the Big Screen.




Mike Figgis Show Reel

"Tango" - Music Video


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“Stormy Monday” was the first feature film from Figgis and had critical and box office success in the US. He made the move to Hollywood to direct his first features there, including “Internal Affairs” (1989),  "Liebestraum” (1990), “Mr. Jones” (1992), “The Browning Version” (1993), and “Leaving Las Vegas” (1994).

In the ensuing years, Figgis mixed his film genres between the more lucrative studio fare (“One Night Stand” and “Cold Creek Manor”) and Indie films (“Miss Julie”, “Loss of Sexual Innocence”) using 16mm and smaller crews (and smaller budgets).

His 2000 feature, “Timecode,” proved to be a watershed of sorts; it was the first feature film ever to be shot in real time without a single edit. It utilized 4 screens with a cast of 30 Hollywood actors - all improvising around the structure. “Timecode” changed many perceptions about film and ushered in a digital era.  It also inspired the TV series “24”.

After 15 years in and out of Hollywood it was time for a change and Figgis decided to focus on other aspects of his creativity. Increasingly in demand as a teacher at film schools, Mike has created a series of master classes which have taken place across Europe and the US. He is also a visiting teacher at the London Film School and The National Film School

COMMERCIALS - Mike also makes commercials but is particularly proud of the series of films he made with Kate Moss for Agent Provocateur.  The Four Dreams of Miss X is credited with revolutionizing the world of knickers and lingerie.

PHOTOGRAPHY - Mike has been photographing since the age of 11 and his work has been exhibited in New York, LA, and London. He has close ties with the Photographers Gallery in London and chairman of the fundraising committee there.

DOCUMENTARIES - Vivian Westwood (1994), Just Dancing Around (1995), Flamenco Women (1998), Red White and Blues (2003), Hollywood Conversations (1996), and Just Tell the Truth  (2011).

MUSIC - Mike continues to perform on trumpet, guitar and bass with a variety of groups, some traditional jazz based, others more experimental (The People Band). He also works with pianist and performance artist Rosie Chan, creating video content and performing occasionally.