Dafna Yachin is an Independent Documentary Producer/Director and Chief Creative Officer at Lunchbox Communications, a woman's-owned digital media firm. For over 20 years Dafna has written, produced and directed award-winning television, film and multimedia productions. Her documentaries and specials have aired on CBS, ABC and SyFy (among others). Her feature documentary Digital Dharma: One Man's Mission to Save a Culture was selected for Docuweeks 2012, where it received Oscar qualification. It is now the gemstone of 2013 film festivals worldwide and was picked up for global distribution by Off the Fence.
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D and D Management Team LLC was formed by Doc Nowicki and Dave Price. They provide specialized services in sports management, film production and publishing.
Molly Brennan is a part of the program development team at Lunchbox Communications. This is her first feature. She has been key to producing everything from spots to web series since coming to Lunchbox two years ago. She also specializes in marketing and community outreach and social media promotion. In her spare time Molly is pursuing her Graduate degree in International Marketing at Saint Joseph's University.
Trinity Greer is an award winning filmmaker with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film & Animation. He has ten years experience in television, broadcast, advertising, and marketing. He has directed and worked as a DP. His other projects include narrative film work, TV shows, commercials and Industrial films. He is also a professional photographer. Notable projects and clients include Alpha Warrior (2013), Toxic Airlines (2007), A Place to Dance (2006), Assembly of God's Rest (2003).
Geoff Morris is a young editor who has worked almost everywhere in the Philadelphia indie film scene. He is specializing in post-production but continues to love being on set either shooting or lighting sizzles for the program development team at Lunchbox Communications. Notable projects include Changing the Game and final post for the feature documentary Digital Dharma.
Robert is a young photographer who is passionate about fashion and fine art; his work is often an amalgamation of these influences. He has always had a flare for the dramatic, which strongly informs on his aesthetic decisions and photographic style.
Arthur Fischman has won numerous awards for his video and interactive scripts, including a Telly, an ITVA Silver Award and a New York Festivals Bronze World Medal. He co-wrote the award-winning documentary Digital Dharma and is coauthor of The Living Memories Project (scheduled for publication later this year). In addition to writing scripts and marketing copy for the major ad campaigns of some leading companies, Arthur has worked on a wide range of projects, including writing all of the scripts for Abraham Lincoln’s Crossroads, an interactive educational game on the National Constitution Center’s website, and ghostwriting a number of books and articles for captains of industry.
Leilani Goode is an award winning filmmaker who has just completed her 45th project. Leilani has worked in all aspects of film and theater production, to include acting, directing, and producing. She has also Co-Directed a local Film Festival and taught Film Production Courses. Currently, Leilani is pursuing a Masters degree in Cinema Studies from the University of Pennsylvania.