The team behind “Growing Up Coy” previously produced the film “Broken Heart Land” (link title to Broken Heart Land page), a co-production with ITVS which was broadcast on WORLD Channel after a successful and heartfelt community screening tour across the United States encouraging dialogue about LGBT rights and sex education in public schools.
(DIRECTOR/PRODUCER) founded the film and television production company Still Point Pictures and produced the Gotham Award-nominated documentary Off the Grid: Life on the Mesa, winning 8 best documentary prizes at festivals around the world, followed by a theatrical release and US broadcast on the Sundance Channel. Eric is also the producer of the ITVS/PBS documentary Broken Heart Land which premiered at the Frameline Film Festival and aired on PBS WORLD Channel’s series America ReFramed in 2014.
(PRODUCER/EDITOR) produced and directed the award-winning feature documentaries Off the Grid: Life on the Mesa (Gotham Award nominee, Sundance Channel) and Broken Heart Land (ITVS Co-production, WORLD Channel). Jeremy’s editing credits include: The Education of Shelby Knox (Sundance, PBS’ POV), White Horse (Berlinale, HBO) by Academy Award-winner Maryann De Leo, several episodes of PBS’ NOVA, and the recent Viceland series WOMAN, starring Gloria Steinem.
(EXECUTIVE PRODUCER/SALES AGENT) is Vice President of Films Transit International and President of East Village Entertainment, specializing in the production, worldwide marketing and release of acclaimed documentaries that have won Emmys, Peabodys, DuPonts, BAFTAs, and Oscars. She won an Emmy in 2009 for The Art of Failure: Chuck Connelly Not for Sale and more recently served as Executive Producer on Back On Board: Greg Louganis. She was also the Executive Producer of Broken Heart Land with this team.
(DP/ CO-PRODUCER) is a visual artist and documentary filmmaker. Randy directed and produced Off the Grid: Life on the Mesa, as well as 2014’s Broken Heart Land with her brother Jeremy (see above). Her work has been screened at over 40 film festivals worldwide and has been shown at the Museum of Modern Art and Lincoln Center.