CHRIS FETCHKO (Director, Writer, Producer) began his film career in 1998 when he co-wrote and produced Everything's Jake starring Ernie Hudson, Debbie Allen, and Phyllis Diller, which was released by Warner Brothers in 2007. He went on to produce Eavesdrop with Wendie Malick, Ted McGinley, and Anna Chlumsky, which was released by Shoreline Entertainment in 2010. In 2000, Chris went to work for Capitol Records, and in 2002 he launched a music management firm where he managed The Badlees, Jared Campbell and Laura Shay. In 2004, he Executive Produced the soundtrack to the MTV Books project, Lit Riffs. His experience in the music industry led to the initial inspiration for All In Time.
MARINA DONAHUE (Director, Writer, Producer) teamed with Chris Fetchko in the fall of 2008 to develop and produce All in Time. Prior to that she worked in documentary development for National Geographic Television and consulted for Readers Digest Home Video. She currently runs Corner Bar Pictures, and has several projects in production: Native, a short film shot in Ireland starring Patrick Bergin; The Velvet Underground Played at my High School, an animated documentary about the first time the Velvets played in public; and Indianapolis, based on a Sam Shepherd short story starring Bill Pullman and Gabourey Sidibe. Her 5-part web series Drama The Web Series (starring her daughter Rachel Donahue) can be found on YouTube and is currently being reworked into a short film for festival submissions. She is currently writing and developing a feature film, FOR THE GOOD OF THE CHILD, a drama/thriller set in 1960’s Ireland. In October, 2017, the script was selected by the Richard Harris International Film Festival in Limerick to be performed by notable talent as a theatrical Live Script Read event.
DAVE DUNLAP (Director of Photography) has recent credits including The Great Gilly Hopkins, directed by Stephen Herek, starring Kathy Bates and Glenn Close. SongByrd, a pilot for Universal Cable TV, the CWTV show Gossip Girl and the NBC TV shows Lipstick Jungle and Mercy starring Taylor Schilling & Michelle Trachtenberg.
Dunlap can also add London to his production list having photographed Universal’s Shaun of the Dead and The Calcium Kid in the UK for Working Title Films. Dunlap made the jump to Director of Photography shooting the Second Unit on Robert Zemeckis’ Academy Award winning Forrest Gump. Among his other Second Unit DP credits are Ron Howard’s Academy Award winning A Beautiful Mind, Nora Ephron’s Julie and Julia, Charlie Kaufman’s Synecdoche, Gary Winick’s Bride Wars, Mark Waters’ The Ghost of Girlfriends Past, Kirsten Sheridan’s August Rush, Kevin Lima’s Enchanted, Sydney Pollack’s The Interpreter, Wolfgang Petersen’s Air Force One, Iain Softley’s K-Pax and Barry Sonnenfeld’s The Wild, Wild West.
Other camera operator and focus puller credits include Martin Scorsese’s After Hours, Goodfellas and The Age of Innocence, Joel and Ethan Coen’s Raising Arizona, Laurie Anderson’s Home of the Brave, Volker Schlondorf’s Death of a Salesman, Peter Yates’ House on Carroll Street, Francis Ford Coppola’s Dracula, Mike Nichols’ Working Girl and Postcards from the Edge, Steve Kloves’ The Fabulous Baker Boys, James L. Brooks’ Broadcast News, Frank Oz’s What About Bob, Wes Anderson’s The Royal Tenenbaums, Ridley Scott’s Hannibal, Joel Schumacher’s The Client, Marco Brambilla’s Demolition Man and Andrew Fleming’s The Craft.
CINDY LEE (Co-Editor) is a New York-based editor working in narrative and documentary film. Her editing credits include: Una Noche, which was nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards in 2014 (Best First Feature and Best Editing) and won awards for Best New Narrative Director, Best Actors, and Best Cinematography at the Tribeca Film Festival; Hot Coffee, which premiered at Sundance in 2011 and was broadcast on HBO; the Oscar-nominated No End in Sight, which won the Sundance Special Jury Prize and New York Film Critics Circle Best Documentary in 2007; and We’re Not Broke, which premiered at Sundance in 2012. Most recently, she was an editor on the Showtime series Years of Living Dangerously, executive produced by James Cameron, Jerry Weintraub, and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
MICHAEL TAYLOR (Co-Editor) has credits including Liza Johnson's Elvis & Nixon, starring Kevin Spacey and Michael Shannon, and Hateship Loveship, starring Kristen Wiig and Guy Pearce; Ira Sachs' Love is Strange, starring John Lithgow and Alfred Molina, Rick Alverson's Entertainment, starring Gregg Turkington and John C. Reilly, and The Comedy, starring Tim Heidecker; and Julia Loktev's The Loneliest PLanet, starring Hani Furstenberg and Gael Garcia Bernal, and Day Night Day Night. His documentary credits include Holly Morris and Anne Bogart's The Babushkas of Chernobyl, Josef Astor's Lost Bohemia, Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady's segment of Freakonomics, and Margaret Brown's The Order of Myths and Be Here to Love Me.
JUDY KELLER (Casting) is president of Judy Keller Casting Inc., founded in 1992. Since 1998, Judy Keller has worked on Independent Feature films as both a Producer and Casting Director. Judy is proud to have worked on Everything’s Jake starring Ernie Hudson, Debbie Allen, Lou Rawls and Phyllis Diller, which took home the Best Film Award from both The Santa Barbara Film Festival and The Big Apple Festival in New York. Both Everything’s Jake and Eavesdrop (released in 2008 and starring Chris Parnell, Wendy Malick, Lynn Collins, Anna Chlumsky, Tovah Feldshuh and Stephanie Szostak) can be viewed through Netflix.
This year, Judy Keller Casting has been busy casting the television series Deadly Sins, currently in its 4th Season on the Discovery ID Channel. Her latest short film, Pamanhikan, is in post-production. The film’s screenplay, written and directed by Angelo Santos, was awarded 1st place at the 2013 Vail Film Festivals Short Screenplay Competition and plans to compete in the 2015 Film Festivals.