| DANA KAPROFF is a veteran
Film-TV composer with over 100 credits spanning a
career of nearly 40-years. His latest film, The
Amityville Murders, will open nationwide later this
MCLEAN was a winner at last year’s Jukebox with
her world premiere documentary short, Big Hips, Big
Dreams. She is currently producing Eating the Enemy, a
feature about chef Bun Lai.
PEDRAZA, whose film career spans 15-years, wrote
and produced Something Like Summer, which won Best
Narrative Feature and Best of Festival at last year’s
Jukebox International Film Festival.
CARRE HALL began producing in 2012 when her short
film Envy won Best Comedy at the First Glance Film
Festival. She and her producing partner just released
their first feature on Amazon Prime.
FRANKE is an award-winning filmmaker of short
films. He won his first major award for his comedy,
Clones, when he was just 17-years old. His most recent
film landed him a deal with Amazon.
STEPHENS is a Nevada based filmmaker who brought
two music videos to last year’s Jukebox and walked away
with a win for one of them, Shine a Light. She’s been
busy producing new projects.
GOLDSTEIN is a documentary filmmaker originally
from France, but now lives in Canada. Last year, he won
Best Documentary Feature for his film, To Life, Death
and Beyond: The Music of Magma.
MCCLOY is responsible for such films as The
Witching Hour, Do I Scare You, Zombie A Go Go and Beach
Blanket Frankenstein. He lives in Oregon with his coven
of blood drinking monkey bats.
FISHERMAN, another 2017 Jukebox winner for his
Documentary Feature film, Kids Used to Sing, is
originally from Spain, but now resides in San Diego,
California. He's currently at work on a new film.
| LINDA &
MIKE BADINGER are singer-songwriter-composers who
worked on many films in the past 2-years. Linda won Best
Song for “Love Will Always be Love,” which she wrote for
the same-titled film.