About the team

Charles Koppelman, Producer/Director
His award-winning films have been seen in theatres, on PBS, STARZ, and in festivals around the world. He has produced for Bill Moyers, Michael Moore, and clients such as LACMA, Adobe, QLogic, URS, and many others. He is author of Behind the Seen a widely-read non-fiction book about Walter Murch and his experience editing and mixing Cold Mountain.
Walker Koppelman-Brown, Co-Producer
His career in the electronic gaming industry includes stints at ncmoco, Lucasarts and Electronic Arts. He has edited or been assistant editor on various video projects. He distributes and records DJ mixes for event appearances. He is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College.
Joan Churchill, Cinematographer
A key figure in bringing a distinctive style to observational documentary filmmaking with such films as American High and The Residents, and her films Asylum and Arrested Development. Cinematographer on numerous films including such seminal classics as Punishment Park, Gimme Shelter, Pumping Iron, (1 and 2) and the groundbreaking series, An American Family.
Alan Barker, Sound Recordist
Has participated in over 400 documentary projects as camera, sound, photographer, technical consultant and producer. The bulk of his work has been as sound recordist. He began partnering with Joan Churchill in 1989, they were married in 1994. Credits include: Voices Unbound: The Story of the Freedom Writers; Snowblind; In the Name of Democracy; Shut Up and Sing.
Nels Bangerter, Editor
Specializing in non-fiction programs, his credits include Dan Rather Reports on HDNet for which he won an Emmy Nomination for Outstanding Editing. Other credits include Let The Fire Burn and War Child, winner of the Cadillac Audience Award at Tribeca Film Festival in 2008.

Prominent journalists will go on-camera to provide outside perspective on the story:
Brian Krebs, Reporter/Investigator, KrebsOnSecurity.com
Misha Glenny, Reporter and author, formerly BBC Radio
John Markoff, Reporter, The New York Times
Joseph Menn, Reporter, Reuters