Brendan Hughes (Producer/Director) is an award-winning and critically-acclaimed director of numerous plays, operas, podcasts, short films and feature films. His feature length narrative movie Dindin will be released in early 2024 by Good Deed Entertainment. Divine Intervention, his non-fiction podcast series about his parents’ love story amidst the Catholic Anti-war Movement, will be released next year by Wonder Media Network and iHeartRadio. He is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama and lives in Los Angeles with his wife Emily and son Oscar.

Amelia Hirsch (Executive Producer) is a successful entrepreneur focused on design. She is the Principal and Creative Director of both Amelia Jane (Branding/Marketing) and Amelia Hirsch Design (Interior Design). The Metalldetektor is her first foray into film production, driven by her deep passion for storytelling, the human spirit and fostering human connections. She has a BS in Communication Disorders. She splits her time between Mill Valley, CA and Cape Cod, MA with her husband Steve and son Quincy.

Katharina Stroh (Editor) is the co-founder of Superteam Fancy, an award-winning Brooklyn-based edit house and an Emmy Award-nominated Editor with experience in documentaries, branded content, and television. All of her films have screened at major film festivals, including Snowy (Sundance ‘21), Well Groomed, (SXSW ‘19, Hot Docs ‘19, HBO Sports) and For Flint (Tribeca ‘17). Katharina is a Fulbright Scholar from Germany and currently resides in New York City.

Emily Topper (Cinematographer) is a celebrated cinematographer with a long list of motion picture credits to her name. Recent works include Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields, Judy Blume Forever, Taylor Swift: Miss Americana and Gaga: Five Foot Two for Netflix, Framing Britney Spears for the New York Times, Rebel Hearts, The Departure and After Tiller. Her films have been nominated for Emmy’s, Independent Spirit Awards, and opened the Sundance Film Festival. She lives in Los Angeles.

Mick Berry (Performer) Mick Berry has been cited by the San Francisco Chronicle as a “local phenom”, having written and performed three critically-acclaimed one-man-shows, along with three books, while also performing stand-up comedy, acting in productions in the San Francisco Bay Area, drumming in bands, and teaching private drum and piano lessons. He has toured his one man shows internationally, including Los Angeles, New Orleans, Edinburgh, Scotland, and Graz, Austria.

Spencer Spivy (Composer) is a media composer from San Francisco. He earned a Bachelors in Music and Composition at Williams College in 2023 and is currently studying for his MM in Screen Composing at NYU. He studies with Grammy-nominated composer Paul Crabtree, works for Emmy-winning composer Joel Goodman, and his scores have been featured in numerous film festivals this past year. His music has been praised for its “thoughtfulness, imagination” and “incredible creativity.”