DANIEL V. ALLENTUCK is a writer, producer and a co-founder of Daedalus Productions, Inc. His films include AMERICA AND LEWIS HINE [NY Film Festival Premiere/ PBS broadcast, IDA Award], narrated by Jason Robards, Jr. and John Crowley, A HISTORY OF WOMEN PHOTOGRAPHERS, narrated by Maureen Stapleton and WALTER ROSENBLUM: IN SEARCH OF PITT STREET. He wrote the script for the Academy-Award-nominated feature documentary LIBERATORS: FIGHTING ON TWO FRONTS IN WWII, narrated by Denzel Washington, which was broadcast on PBS’ “American Experience” series. He has a Distinguished Achievement Award from the International Documentary Association, a CHRIS Statuette from the Columbus Film Festival, two CINE Golden Eagle Awards, a W.I.C.I. Clarion Award and a Blue Ribbon from the American Film Festival.
NINA ROSENBLUM is an Academy Award-nominated producer, director and writer of documentaries, shorts and segments. President of DAEDALUS PRODUCTIONS, INC., she has produced and directed for TBS, HBO, PBS, NY TIMES TV, SHOWTIME, ABC, NBC. Her co-production partners include Channel Four/UK; WDR/Germany; La Sept, France, Canal + Spain and SBS/Australia. She is a member of the Directors’ Guild of America, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, NY Women in Film, the Independent Feature Project and the International Documentary Association. Her films include AMERICA & LEWIS HINE, THROUGH THE WIRE, LOCK-UP: THE PRISONERS OF RIKERS ISLAND, WALTER ROSENBLUM: IN SEARCH OF PITT STREET, TWIN LENSES, CODE YELLOW: HOSPITAL AT GROUND ZERO, ZAHIRA’S PEACE and IN THE NAME OF DEMOCRACY.
Contributing producer Mary Engel is an award-winning filmmaker and the director of the Orkin/Engel Film and Photo Archive. Her first film RUTH ORKIN: FRAMES OF LIFE” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 1996 and was selected by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as one of the “Outstanding Documentaries of 1996.” Her second film “MORRIS ENGEL: THE INDEPENDENT” premiered on Turner Classic Movies in 2009. Engel co-produced a remake of her parent’s classic 1953 feature film LITTLE FUGITIVE. Engel recently formed a 501c3 non-profit called Photo Legacy Foundation, which will help support APAG.
Campbell Scott is a veteran actor, film director and voice over artist. His numerous awards include Best Actor from the National Board of Review for his performance in ROGER DODGER and the NY Film Critics Award for Best New Director for the film BIG NIGHT. He starred in the series SIX DEGREES on ABC in 2006. In 2007 he was a regular on the series DAMAGES. He also has a recurring role in the USA drama “ROYAL PAINS.” He narrated the 2007 Iraq war documentary NO END IN SIGHT. He plays Richard Parker in the up-coming feature AMAZING SPIDER-MAN.