ELLEN PERRY’s first feature documentary, Great Wall Across the Yangtze, aired nationally on PBS in the fall of 2000. The critically acclaimed film tells the story of the Three Gorges Dam currently under construction on the Yangtze River in China. Four years in the making, and shot without government permission, Perry penetrated China’s heartland to reveal the profound changes the dam will bring to the local people and eco-system. A TV Guide “Pick of the Week,” Great Wall was screened at numerous festivals in America and abroad, including the Berkeley Film Festival (where it won the Grand Festival Award). Special screenings were also requested by the Council on Foreign Relations in Manhattan and the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington DC, where officials from both the Chinese government and the U.S. State Department attended. Ms. Perry attended the University of Southern California School of Cinema/Television Production.


has collaborated with Ellen Perry on documentary films since 1996, when he joined her in China to assist in the production of Great Wall Across the Yangtze, a national PBS piece that premiered in 2000. Mr. Moffitt served as Executive Producer for both Great Wall and Ms. Perry's latest film, The Fall of Fujimori. Mr. Moffitt traveled to Peru and Japan to help with the production of Fujimori. Mr. Moffitt has a degree in Neuroscience from Brown University and conducts research in computer graphics.


is an Emmy-nominated documentary film editor. Her credits include Daughter From Danang, which won the Sundance Grand Jury Prize, an Academy Award nomination, and was broadcast nationally on American Experience; Lost Boys of Sudan, a 2004 Independent Spirit Award winner; the Emmy-nominated Daddy & Papa, which premiered at Sundance and has won Best Documentary prizes at over a dozen film festivals; A Hard Straight, which has its PBS national broadcast in 2005; and Great Wall Across the Yangtze. She was the Second Editor on the Academy Award nominee and Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner Long Night's Journey Into Day. Kim has also edited for the PBS series Frontline World, and is a writer/director of both documentary and fiction films.


received a Masters
of Arts in Documentary Film and Video at Stanford University. She has edited a number of short documentaries, including, Grease, which she also co-directed, about society’s dependency on oil. The project was a Regional Finalist for
the Student Academy Awards. She directed the short, First Words, which won Best Documentary at the 2004 New York International Latino Film Festival and a Jury Honorary Mention at San Antonio CineFestival. She is also the recipient of the
prestigious Princess Grace Award and the Enersen Grant. Her latest film Time Lost has been nominated for an IDA
Award and was a semifinalist for the Angelus Documentary Award. Time Lost premiered at the Mill Valley Film Festival
in October 2004.


has written a widely acclaimed pop culture column for the alternative weekly AVA for over ten years. In addition to his regular column, Anderson has written several screenplays, including Diversion Girl, Boonville,

Pig Hunt. He is currently developing screenplays with Jerry Offsay’s Parkchester Pictures. He has a degree in History from Harvard University.


has scored nine feature films and twelve television movies. Features include Paramount Classics' Focus, based on the novel by Arthur Miller and starring William H. Macy and Laura Dern. Also notable is the Miramax film Picture Bride, which won the Audience Award at the 1995 Sundance Film Festival. Other credits include the Wayne Wang films Eat A Bowl of Tea and Life Is Cheap, numerous National Geographic Specials, and three Oscar-nominated feature documentaries. He also wrote and produced source music for the Philip Kaufman films The Unbearable Lightness of Being and Henry and June, and was involved as a producer in the re-creation of indigenous Brazilian music for the Saul Zaentz production At Play in the Fields of the Lord. He recently composed original music for The Road To Memphis, directed by Richard Pearce as part of the Martin Scorsese-produced series, The Blues. In 1999 he won a Primetime Emmy for his work on HBO's The Rat Pack, which featured Ray Liotta, Joe Mantegna and Don Cheadle.


has created
original sound and music for film, television, radio, theater, advertising, video games, interactive media and museum installations for over fifteen years. He has been nominated
for two Emmy Awards for outstanding sound design for his work on Northern Exposure and the television mini-series Peter Benchley’s Creature as well as three Golden Reel awards
from the Motion Picture Sound Editor’s Guild for outstanding sound design for Northern Exposure, The Visitor and Peter Benchley’s Creature for which he won in 1999. Feature film credits include The Shipping News, Behind Enemy Lines, The Edge, The Professional, The Usual Suspects, Killing Zoe, Apt Pupil, Blown Away and Tombstone. Additionally, he has done television commercials for Nike, Coke, Mercedes, Ford,
Nintendo, music and sound design for the video game The Sims as well as sound installations and interactive tours for San Francisco MOMA, the J. Paul Getty Museum and the Rockefeller JY Center in Jackson, Wyoming.


is a 22-year-old director of photography veteran. Aoki started with 16mm documentaries for the BBC, National Geographic, and major networks around the world. He assisted for the Maysles Brothers on Christo And Jeanne Claude — 5 Films
By The Maysles Brothers. Aoki currently shoots Japanese feature films and documentaries for NHK and TV Tokyo. He was awarded the Introducing Japan Films Silver Prize for a Channel 4 (UK) documentary.


a Director of Photography living in Washington, DC. He divides his time between documentary and dramatic productions. He began his broadcast career in video in 1980 and switched to film where he won his first film festival award, the Ohio Film Festival’s Silver Award for Critics Place. He has since then won numerous awards for his efforts, including a local Emmy Award in 1997 for The Morgan Choir: A Silver Celebration that was just re-released on DVD. It has now become one of WMPT biggest fundraising purchases. He has won a Golden Camera Award and several Cine Golden Eagle Awards. He has photographed many commercials, public service announcements, training videos and promotional videos. He is currently working on a feature-length documentary for HBO.