Marilyn Gray | Producer, Consultant, Instructor
Marilyn Gray spent over 10 years in the industry with seven of those years in development, marketing and distribution. Marilyn is the Co-Producer on a 2 x 2 hrs miniseries for Hungry Eyes/CBC called “Guns” and the documentary “Rastafari Then and Now: A Message From Jamaica”, for Scarlett Media and Omni Television. Marilyn is also the Senior Producer on ten Episodes of the 1/2 hour magazine show “Caribbean Vibrations”, a cultural show on the carnivals, music and food of people from the Caribbean, for Omni 1 Channel in their first season in 2002. Marilyn is currently developing two feature films “Or Best Offer”, a comedy, developed with the assistance of Chum Television, the HG Fund and Movie Central, and a coming of age film “Bannock and Bratwurst”, also developed with the assistance of HG Fund, Movie Central and Telefilm Canada.
Recently, her critically acclaimed 90 minute feature length documentary “Rasta: A Soul’s Journey”, for City TV/CMF, screened at the Montreal Du Nouveau Cinéma and at the eleventh annual Whistler Film Festival (WFF), where it was the Audience Award runner up. The film will be hosted at the Rom, during Black History month in February 2012, under the title “Rasta at the Rom”. Rasta: A Soul’s Journey follows Bob and Rita Marley’s daughter’s global search of her grandparents legacy of reggae and Rastafari.
On the northern Ontario front, Marilyn is also the owner of M.E.G. Consulting, a consulting and distribution firm that trains and assist mid to large businesses, government and not for profit organizations on how to promote their company, services and products using video and multimedia.
Vladimir Czyzewski | Cinematographer
For over 30 years Vladimir has been putting his philosophy to work in his film and video assignments. His life behind the camera has taken him across Canada and throughout the world. Vladimir’s reputation as a filmmaker is the direct result of his complete and total immersion in the projects he’s involved in, contributing to all aspects of the production. As the original founder of Prisma-Light Ltd. (1982) and now Storm Film and Video, (1995) Vladimir has directed and / or filmed many memorable projects.
Demanding locations, sensitive subject matter and adverse conditions are Vladimir’s Forte. From boardrooms to back roads he remains a team player. Major Canadian and international corporations, community groups, government agencies and broadcast networks, have commissioned his work.
Gina Binetti | Editor & Line Producer
Since 1989 Gina Binetti has worked in the Canadian film industry as a Producer, Director, Picture editor and Production Manager, on commercials, feature films, television series and documentaries. As an editor, Gina has used her storytelling skills to contribute to more than thirty hours of television programming including the docudrama, Honour Before Glory which was a winner at the Hollywood Black Film Festival and received a 2002 Gemini Award.
Her two short films, Just a Day and La Trattoria on Barton Street appeared in the festival circuit. Just a Day screened at the Mannheim-Heidelberg Film Festival, The Ann Arbour Film Festival and the Blue Sky Film Festival. La Trattoria on Barton Street is being broadcast on Movieola.
Gina co produced and edited the documentary Shattered Dreams for Global Television. Shattered Dreams had a successful film festival run and received the NFB Kathleen Shannon Award at the Yorkton Film Festival. She also edited the Gemini nominated documentary Embracing da Kink which won a Golden Sheaf award. Most recently, Gina co produced and edited Knocking on Heaven’s Door, a film shot in Jamaica spotlighting two garrison communities who, through community leadership, cooperation and unity, were able to stop the violence and start rebuilding and reshaping their neighborhoods.