Bart Everly

Award-winning filmmaker Bart Everly began his career as a photojournalist for publications such as The New York Sunday Times Magazine, Fortune, American Lawyer, Out, Vanity Fair, Interview, Esquire, Details, Rolling Stone, and Spin. He has also worked as a contributing freelance writer for Detour and Interview, and as a regular contributor to London's Face magazine for eight years. Everly's films Are You Anywhere and Fag won awards at the Ann Arbor Film Festival and the Queer Festival. His films have also been screened internationally at venues such as Frameline, The New Festival, The Mix Festival, The Charlotte Film Festival, and Reel Affirmations, among others.

Jonathan Van Meter

As a Contributing Editor for Vogue, Jonathan Van Meter writes about Hollywood, media, fashion, society, and politics. A regular contributor to the The New York Times Magazine and the founding Editor-in-Chief of Vibe magazine, Van Meter has also written for Esquire, New York, The New Yorker, New York Magazine, Vanity Fair, Out, The London Sunday Times, The Guardian, Allure, Spin, Spy, Tattler, and US, among other notable publications. He has lectured on magazine journalism and publishing at Fordham, Howard, Radcliffe, and Rice Universities. He was also featured in Maria Shriver's 1992 television special, The Gay 90's and has recently published his first book, The Last Good Time, (Crown).

David Dawkins

David Dawkins As a Cameraman and Editor with Pennebaker Associates from 1979 to 1994. He has made over thirty films with the Pennbakers, including The War Room (following Bill Clinton's Presidential Campaign of '92), Jimi Plays Monterey (documenting the Jimi Hendrix Experience), Rockaby (chronicling the staging of the Samuel Beckett play featuring Billie Whitelaw), and Moon Over Broadway (documenting Carol Burnett's return to Broadway). Since leaving Pennebaker Associates, Dawkins has founded the post-production facility Radical Avid, and continues to shoot and edit documentary projects. His latest endeavors include Bali Beyond the Postcard (Director/Cinematographer), A Time to Dance (Cinematographer) and Court TV's Hoffa (Editor).

The Angel

Critically acclaimed record producer, programmer, remixer, DJ, and film composer, the Angel has charted unparalled ground as a woman in the male-dominated music industry. Remixing artists such as The Pharcyde, The Brand New Heavies, Spearhead, and Donald Byrd. Recording under the pseudonym 60 Channels she has recorded two albums, the 1998 Tuned In Turned On and the current 2004 release Covert Movements. The Angel has also composed music for films such as Gridlock'd, 'Til There Was You, Boiler Room and Foto-Novelas II: Junkyard Saints by Carlos Avila.