Director of Photography
Travis Cline is a cinematographer born and raised in Los Angeles, California.  He received his BA in Film Production from Brigham Young University in 2002.  Travis lensed his first feature film, Pride and Prejudice, in 2003 and has been working as a professional cinematographer since then.  Travis has shot commercials for E*Trade, GE, Direct TV, Playstation, American Express and many others.  He has filmed bands such as The Shins, The National, and MXPX amongst others.  Travis has also shot many documentaries and he filmed the series television series Road to Zion as well as The Generations Project.  Travis brings passion to everything he shoots and works tirelessly to make every project he films the best possible film he can.

Hailed by the New York Times as “dizzyingly versatile… an eclectic with an ear for texture… strikingly original and soulful,” Ljova (Lev Zhurbin) was born in 1978 in Moscow, Russia, and moved to New York with his parents, composer Alexander Zhurbin and writer Irena Ginzburg, in 1990.  He divides his time between performing as a violist in diverse groups ranging from his own, LJOVA AND THE KONTRABAND, to string quartets, jazz combos and Gypsy bands; studying and arranging music for Yo-Yo Ma, the Kronos Quartet, Jay-Z, Gustavo Santaolalla, Osvaldo Golijov, Alondra de la Parra and others; and composing original music for film, TV, dance, and the concert stage.

Assistant Director: Jacob Hinmon is a director living in Portland, Oregon. You can see his work here.

Script Supervisor: Michelle Buhler

Sound: Bob Melanson

Production Designer: AnnMarie Parkinson

Hair / Make-up / SFX: Emily Jacobsen

Wardrobe: Jennifer R. Kuhlmann

Sound Designer: Julian Evans

Flame Artist: C. Sheldon Smith

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