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Matt worked as a bouncer in LA for over a decade, bringing authenticity and detail to the world of In-Security. Matt has over 20 years of directing experience. He wrote and directed his first feature film, Into the Void (2000), a sci-fi action thriller starring Autumn Reeser (Entourage). Matt produced the feature documentary Tupamaro: Urban Guerillas (2019), which won BEST FILM and BEST FOREIGN FILM AWARDS at the Beverly Hills Film Festival and was acquired by ARTE Network and PRIME VIDEO. Matt received BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR from the Lucky Strike Film Festival for his performance in the award-winning horror comedy Garden Party Massacre (2019) and can be seen in the Netflix original movie Bright (2017) with Will Smith.

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Recognized as one of the top digital and entertainment executives in the industry, Todd has been directly involved with the production, financing, and/or distribution of over 100 films. A former Executive VP at Philip Anschutz’s (AEG) film company and Paramount Pictures, Slater has been associated with such films as the Academy Award winning Ray, The Parts You Lose, Madame, Sahara, and Swimming Upstream. He has been highlighted in The Hollywood Reporter’s annual “The Next Generation” Issue as one of the top executives under 35 years of age in Hollywood. In 2009, he co-founded Slater Brothers Entertainment (SBE), a multi-dimensional entertainment and consulting company focused on content production and sales, as well as the financing of various media, digital, and sports properties.

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An award-winning producer, veteran line producer and unit production manager, Randy Turrow’s career
spans decades as a production leader. An active member and Chair in the Director’s Guild of America, Turrow
started in the mailroom at ICM and soon after became an Assistant Director. As a producer he’s won
several awards at film festivals around the world and his films have been selected for Sundance, South-By-
Southwest, Berlin, Cannes, Palm Springs, Mill Valley, Santa Barbara, Seattle, Seoul and Toronto to name a
few. Turrow is widely regarded as an expert in state tax credit application for indie and studio films alike.



EMMY AWARD winning editor Adrian Parisi has worked on Pan y Circo, El Pantera, Persons Unknown, Terminales, The House of Flowers, and much more. His ability to  have the footage work for the story is unparalled.  

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