Sam Green, director/producer, received his Master's Degree in Journalism from University of California at Berkeley, where he studied documentary with acclaimed filmmaker Marlon Riggs. His most recent documentary film The Weather Underground premiered at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival and will air on PBS in the spring of 2004. Green's previous documentary, The Rainbow Man/John 3:16 premiered at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival and screened at festivals worldwide, winning the Grand Prize at the USA Film Festival in Dallas and Best Documentary awards at the Ann Arbor Film Festival and the New York and Chicago Underground Film Festivals. Mr. Green currently lives in San Francisco and teaches at the University of San Francisco. He was recently an artist in residence at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and the Marin Headlands Center for the Arts in Sausalito.

For more information see

"Goldie" award for Sam Green in San Francisco Bay Guardian

Interview with Sam Green in Cinemad Magazine

Carrie Lozano, producer, is a Bay Area writer and editor. She studied film and political science at the University of California at Berkeley with an emphasis in experimental and documentary film. She is currently earning a Master's degree at Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism.
Bill Siegel, co-director and producer, is a Chicago-based educator, documentary filmmaker, and co-founder of The Free History Project. He has worked on a number of documentary films, including Muhammad Ali: The Whole Story, Hoop Dreams, and One Love, an upcoming documentary on the cultural history of basketball, by Leon Gast (When We Were Kings). Bill grew up in Minneapolis, has a BA in History from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, an MS in Journalism from Columbia University in New York, and is currently the director of school programs for the Great Books Foundation, a non-profit educational organization dedicated to literacy and lifelong learning.
Kate Crane, outreach coordinator, is a writer and activist based in Brooklyn, NY. She works closely with Reclaim the Streets, a direct-action group with an indefatigable fondness for urban public spaces. In 2002 she co-coordinated media around the World Economic Forum protests in NYC and for the NYC component of the International Solidarity Movement's Freedom Summer. Her work has appeared in publications such as World War 3 Illustrated and Left Turn, and she contributes regularly to New York Press.