A native of Southwest Harbor, Peter Logue has directed, filmed, and edited a series of acclaimed short films including: The Search for the White Rose, a documentary about German university students who led a massive resistance against the Nazis, has screened at Harvard, USC, DePaul, Springfield College, and over forty other venues and has been distributed in more than 5,000 high schools nationwide; and The Crooked Road Shakespeare Kids, an award-winning short film about a group of homeschool students who share a passion for the work of William Shakespeare. Peter has produced and directed commissioned films for Friends of Acadia, College of the Atlantic, the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory, MDI Hospital, Camp Beech Cliff, Criterion Theatre, MDI Historical Society, Bar Harbor Historical Society, and the New England Parkinson’s Ride. He received the 2016 Maine Arts Commission Artist Fellowship for Multimedia/ Film.
Jenna Grossano and James Presssson (producers)
Jenna Grossano & James Presson are a New York-based producing team. TV credits include Vinyl (HBO), Civil (TNT, pilot), Get Shorty (Epix/MGM), The Purge (USA/Blumhouse), and Royally (NYTVF winner - Critics Award). Film credits include w4m (dir. Danny Goldstein) and several projects with GoldCat Productions (dir. Lauren Ireland). Projects in development include King of Texas (dir. Allen Coulter) and television projects with HBO, eOne, Major League Baseball, Cross Creek, and Cold Front. Their award-winning theatre company Less Than Rent has produced work at over a dozen major New York venues since 2010 including La MaMa, 59e59, HERE Arts Center, and New Ohio.
A New York based playwright, screenwriter and composer. He assisted composer Pat Irwin (of the B-52’s) on the scores of Netflix’ The Good Cop, Showtime’s Nurse Jackie, HBO’s Bored to Death, AMC’s Feed the Beast, and several films. His original works for the theater including The Disappearing Man, In A Sea of Faces and others have been presented in New York, regionally and internationally. He was a founding member of Ezra Furman & the Harpoons and toured nationally with the group. He is a proud graduate of NYU Tisch and Tufts University. When he isn’t writing, Jahn records rock bands, musicals, audio books and film scores. Most recently, he is writing and producing a new record with singer-songwriter Natalie Mishell.
Dean Merrill has been working with media for over fifteen years as a cinematographer and director. He has worked with international brands and studios such as National Geographic, The History Channel, ABC, L.L. Bean, Timberland, LoJack, Chase Manhattan, and featured in The New York Times, National Public Radio (NPR), Filmmaker, Indiewire, and MovieMaker Magazine. He was the cinematographer for the 2015 feature film "Neptune" and has worked on several Maine-made narrative films throughout his career.