Justin Weinstein is a Brooklyn-based former scientist whose work includes documentary feature films and broadcast journalism. He is an executive producer of Bronx Obama, a documentary directed by Ryan Murdoch now available on Showtime and iTunes. Earlier, he wrote and edited BEING ELMO: A Puppeteers Journey, which won the Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival in 2011, and for which Weinstein and fellow writer/editor Philip Shane were nominated for The Humanitas Prize which honors “film & television writers whose work explores the human condition in a nuanced, meaningful way.” Prior to that, Weinstein produced numerous projects for ABC News, Peter Jennings Reporting, and PBS, including “Hot Politics” for FRONTLINE and the ABC News Primetime special, “Last Days on Earth.”
Tyler Measom is the co-director/producer of Sons of Perdition, which tells the story of teenagers exiled from their polygamist Mormon community. The documentary premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and was acquired by the Oprah Winfrey Network. Measom is the producer of the feature film, TAKE, (Tribeca Festival Premiere) starring Minnie Driver and Jeremy Renner. He has written, produced and directed nearly one hundred commercials, short documentaries and industrials for a wide range of national and international clients. He recently won an Emmy for the PBS documentary Beehive Spirits. He is the producer on the feature documentary Jesus Town, currently in post-production. Measom lives in Salt Lake City, and no, he’s not a Mormon.
Greg O’Toole’s Recent documentary features include After Tiller (Sundance)Better This World (SXSW/POV 2011), cited by Variety for “O’Toole’s ace editing”; Two Escobars (Cannes/ESPN, 2010), called “a miracle in editing” by IndieWire; and Sons of a Gun (2009), called “riveting and fascinating” by Frontline Producer David Fanning. O’Toole also creates award winning commercial and educational videos for corporate clients such as Saatchi & Saatchi, Fenton Communications, and Eleven Inc. O’Toole lives, works and brews his own beer in Oakland CA