Director / Writer / Producer
"Aunt Louisa" marks Thomas Woodrow’s return to writing/directing after multiple outings as an independent producer. Most recently, TRUE ADOLESCENTS (dir. Craig Johnson, starring Mark Duplass and Academy Award-winner Melissa Leo) was released to warm critical reception upon its theatrical run in New York.
His first feature was SHADOWS, a five-country co-production written and directed by Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Milcho Manchevksi. SHADOWS premiered at the Venice Film Festival and was the highest-grossing film ever released in its home country, Macedonia.
Woodrow has received significant attention for BASS ACKWARDS, which he distributed through a partnership with New Video Group simultaneous with its premiere at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, a first in independent film history.
He is the recipient of both the Sundance Producing Fellowship and the IFP/Rotterdam Fellowship. He holds an MFA from NYU’s graduate film program, where he won the Producing Award an unprecedented two years in a row, as well as a BA with Honors from Yale University.
Daniela Albin is an Israeli film producer based in New York and Los Angeles. She wrote and produced a show for the cable television channel JLTV, featuring award wining student films from across the globe. She was also the associate producer at the Lincoln Center charity event "Broadway Sensation", accompanied by a documentary chronicling the rehearsal process. She wrote and is co-producing an Israel-based film, HOME, slated for production in late 2012. Currently she is the production manager for the "friends of Bezalel" Gala event at Lincoln Center.
Daniela is a graduate of the Academy of Commercial Communication in Israel and she also served in the Foreign Relations Division of the Israeli Army. She is a graduate of the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre in New York City.
Zoë White is passionate about the image and loves immersing herself into the world of each film she works on. She treasures her background as a classical violist, finding much of her motivation for cinematography in its abstract correlations with music.
Zoë has received Gold and Silver Australian Cinematography Society Awards, represented the United States at the prestigious Budapest Cinematography Masterclass, and won the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Cinematography Internship. Her first feature as DP, THE AFTERLIGHT, opened theatrically in New York in 2010 after premiering at the Rome International Film Festival. She also shot "Liebermans in the Sky" which received two AFI award nominations and has screened at countless festivals.
Zoë completed a BFA in Cinematography at UNCSA and an MA in Cinematography at AFTRS, and has trained alongside mentors including Vilmos Zsigmond ASC, Newton Thomas Sigel ASC, Laszlo Kovacs ASC and James Chressanthis ASC.
Zoë divides her time between New York and Sydney, continuing to strive for innovative and effective storytelling and enjoying every moment.