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Cinematographer

Hervé Cohen is a French American documentary filmmaker and cinematographer. His work has taken him to various parts of the world from the Casamance in Senegal where he filmed the initiation ceremony of the young Diolas (award winning Sikambano, The Sons of the Sacred Woods) to the countryside of Sichuan, China, to follow the work of three traveling projectionists (Electric Shadows, winner of several international festivals). In 2008 he co-directed and shot Closer to the Dream for French television, a family road movie about the Democratic primaries in the U.S. Hervé has been working as a DP with Harvard professors Robb Moss and Peter Galison on an on-going project about nuclear waste in the United States called Nuclear Underground. He recently shot and edited the documentary Broken Stones by Guetty Felin, a film about self-recovery after the Haiti quake, which takes place around the ruins of the cathedral of Port-au-Prince. His current project is called The Music of Time, a documentary that he directed, shot and is currently editing; a poetic musical journey from the Andes to the Peruvian Amazon rainforest, to discover the greatest biodiversity in the world but also the fragility of the ecosystem – with the collaboration of musicians Wayne Shorter and Esperanza Spalding. For more info, visit

Deb Tullman

Cinematographer

Deb Tullman holds a special place in her heart for the intimacy and immediacy that characterizes documentary film. Her shooting credits include: The Decency Gap (Peru, 2010), First and Loveliss, (winner: best documentary short at Outfest in 2008), PBS Frontline World: Flower Power (Equador, 2008). She has been running Candlefoot Productions in San Francisco since 2007 and has photographed numerous commissioned pieces for clients, including ABC, Peachpit Press, Union Bank, The Courage Campaign, and dozens of Bay Area non-profit organizations. She learned to shoot the way she learned to talk; no formal training, just did it obsessively and learned from her mistakes. She finds mindfulness to be the most important component of her ongoing training and is falling more and more deeply in love with her life and work.

B. Quincy Griffin

Composer

Berkeley native B. Quincy Griffin has scored over a dozen feature films including Oscar nominated Daughter from Danang and Sundance Film Festival winner My Flesh and Blood. His music has recently been placed in La Mission starring Benjamin Bratt, The Two Escobars and Better This World. In addition, he recently produced the first ever Hip Hop songs for the television show Dora the Explorer. He was also the composer for the 2012 Oscar-nominated documentary short The Barber of Birmingham. Quincy founded and produced the Latin Hip-Hop band O-Maya and produces for Rapper Deuce Eclipse and Soul singer Luqman Frank. A sampling of Quincy’s work can be viewed and heard

John Kane

Cinematographer

John Kane is a San Francisco-based documentary editor, cinematographer, and producer. Left In Baghdad, a film he co-directed, was broadcast nationally on the PBS series “Independent Lens” in 2008. Most recently, John edited Informant for director Jamie Meltzer (Off The Charts: The Song-Poem Story); this forthcoming, feature-length documentary received funding from Cinereach. He also edited and co-wrote The Most Distant Places — a film about doctors working in remote areas of Ecuador — for director Mike Seely, and was assistant editor on Explorer: Inside Guantanamo Bay for National Geographic Channel/Actual Films. In addition, John has taught filmmaking at the Art Institute of California at San Francisco and Academy of Art University. John holds a BA in English literature from Swarthmore College and an MFA in Documentary Film & Video from Stanford University.

Emily Encina

Cinematographer

Emily Encina is a videographer, editor and educator working within the people of color and feminist communities in the Bay Area. She recently was the video designer for the multidisciplinary play, New Fire: To Put Things Right Again, a ceremonial performance about an indigenous Chicana’s journey to getting well. She believes in the power of storytelling as a means for transformation and strengthening communities, and teaches videomaking classes and mentors artists. She has taught for the Center for Digital Storytelling, Lavender Youth Recreation and Information Center, the Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project, and the Multicultural Community Center at UC Berkeley. She has a BA in Feminist Studies and Community Studies, with a focus on social documentary from the University of California Santa Cruz.

Jazmin Jones

Cinematographer

Jazmin Jones is a photographer, filmmaker and educator based in San Francisco. She graduated from BAVC’s Digital Pathways Video Program in 2006, where she worked on her first film, The Apollos, with Nick Parker. The film chronicles the passage of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday in California, and won the Human Civil Rights Award from the National Association of Education in 2008. Her films have screened at the 51st San Francisco International Film Festival, the ITVS Community Project, the Future Filmmakers Festival, the Media That Matters Festival, and the 10th Annual Culture in the Classroom Conference, among others. Since graduating from Digital Pathways, Jazmin has taught in BAVC’s Factory program, acted as a videographer for GirlSource, and produced three films for Writerscorps. Currently, Jazmin is teaching at BAVC’s Digital Pathways Program, studying Cinema at CCSF, and pursuing freelance work.

Angelisa Candler

Cinematographer

Angelisa Candler is a student at City College of San Francisco majoring in Anthropology. She has worked as a Teachers Assistant at the Bay Area Video coalition where she produced her first films. She has also worked with Longhouse Media for the 36-hour film festival in Seattle, Washington.


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