Darrell C. Hazelrig is an award-winning Writer and Director who has been making short films for over a decade. He has become one of the pre-eminent fixtures of the Atlanta film scene, both as a solo filmmaker as well as one of the core members of the New Puppet Order. His films have played at festivals all over the world. At the 2015 Atlanta Film Festival, Darrell was named the newest addition to their "Filmmaker in Residence" program.
Edgor & Izzy is his first feature.
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Shannon Reis grew up in South California where she began studying acting, relocating to Atlanta with her husband and their 3 beautiful daughters in order to pursue a career in the field. She has always professed to have thrill issues, and is very proud of her stunt credits in the feature film The Harvesting. She is a predominant Headshot Photographer in Atlanta, but her passion has always been behind the camera in producing and casting. She fell in love with the casting process after interning for a producer, and subsequently started her own company, Shannon Reis Casting. Shannon has always embraced the indie filmmaking community in Atlanta. She cast and produced the TV pilot Mr. Lockjaw, an industrial for Kennesaw State for GM Voices, and the short film titled The King’s Guitar. Shannon is currently casting the inspirational dance feature film Untapped.
Shannon ReisProducer/Casting Director
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Christopher Sailor is a Writer and Filmmaker who has recently returned to Atlanta after completing a Starving Artist residency in the Sovereign Nation of Texas. A former Programmer and Screenplay Competition Judge with the Atlanta Film Festival, he is more than happy to inflict his opinions upon any and everyone who cares to read or listen to them. You can indulge him at chrissailor.com.
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Elizabeth Leary, a Jim Henson fan, moved to Atlanta in 2007 to work at the Center for Puppetry Arts, eventually transitioning over to film, her major at Vassar College. For a couple of years she worked on independent film sets before moving over to post-production. She is now Facilities Coordinator at the Atlanta location of Deluxe Entertainment Services and also volunteers/works on the puppetry categories of the Atlanta Film Festival and Dragon Con.
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Molly Coffee is the founder of Zombie Cat Productions, one of the premiere creative institutions in the city. She has worked in the art department on such projects as V/H/S, Prisoners, and The Walking Dead, and is the writer and co-director of Magic the Gathering: The Muscial which recently completed a wildly successful festival run of its own and has received roughly 30,000 views on YouTube.
Molly Coffee, Production Designer
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