Karen Dinitz Director/Producer
After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania in 1988, Karen began her career in advertising at DDB Needham New York and as a segment director for a program aired on WNYC-TV.
In 1992, she completed New York University's film certificate program and moved to Austin, TX. There she worked on features, commercials, music videos and independent films, compiling credits as Location Manager, Assistant Director and Production Manager.
Then in 1997, Karen along with Pam Whitehouse formed the production company "Crapshoot Films," creating award-winning work including public service announcements for the Austin Lyric Opera and the National Wildflower Center garnering two ADDY awards.
December 1999 "Too High, Too Wide and Too Long" had its world premiere as a benefit for the Austin Film Society.
Today Karen is back in New York City, writing, working on a new project, and freelancing as a video producer.
Waiting for Guffman
The High Road
CinematographerBill is a documentary filmmaker and cinematographer from Dallas, TX. He is currently working with Craig Baldwin in San Francisco.
EditorKeefe is a graduate of the University of Texas. He has worked as an editor at Pixel Perfect in Austin, TX, and is currently serving as special effects coordinator on a feature film directed by Robert Rodriguez.
Dennis is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and Video/Film post-production at UCLA extension, and has years of sound recording experience on numerous feature films and documentaries and as a sound engineer for CBS News Radio in New York. He is currently freelancing in Austin, TX.
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