Carlos Sandoval (Co-Producer/Co-Director/Writer) is a lawyer and a writer whose work has appeared in The New York Times. His play, The Wolfman and His Wife, is slated for production by the Jungle Theater in Minneapolis. Sandoval has worked on immigration and refugee affairs as a member of the U.S. delegation to the United Nations, and as a program officer for the Twentieth Century Fund (now The Century Foundation). Of Mexican and Puerto Rican descent, Sandoval grew up in Southern California and is a graduate of Harvard and the University of Chicago School of Law.
Catherine Tambini's (Co-Director/Co-Producer/Cinematographer) credits include co-producing the Oscar-nominated documentary, Suzanne Farrell: Elusive Muse, producing director Richard Kaplan's Varian and Putzi: A Twentieth Century Tale, and the off-Broadway play, Two Good Boys. Tambini has also worked as a production manager on HBO's Connie & Ruthie, Every Room in the House, and on the documentary, Best Man. She assisted in the production design of such well-known Hollywood films as The Hand that Rocks the Cradle, True Colors, Steel Magnolias, and The Secret of My Success.