Senior Story Editor
Jen is a creative storyteller with more than 15 years experience producing documentary television for networks such as Vice, History Channel, MTV and NBC (to name a few). They have a passion for truth-telling and highlighting underrepresented demographics, always with humor and heart. Jen’s speciality is the creation of new styles and formats for pilot episodes and first-season content. Outside of work, they enjoy sustainable living, producing short horror films, and performing standup for strangers in a dark room.
Richard began his career directing television commercials and music videos. He was selected as the most promising young director at the Cannes Advertising Festival and won a best New Zealand Music Video Award and Best Australasian Commercial Director award while working around the globe.
Richard wrote and directed the short films Primary and A Message from Fallujah, (starring Lance Henriksen). The film was shortlisted for an Academy Award, awarded at the Melbourne International Film Festival, nominated for an AACTA® award, and, awarded Best of Show at the Los Angeles Short Film Festival. It was also awarded at the Montreal Short Film Festival, and the Rhode Island International Film Festival, and won the New York Festivals World medal.
Richard has written screen adaptations of the novels ``Rant`` by Chuck Palahniuk and ``Chameleon`` by Richard Hains. He has performed significant rewrites on numerous screenplays, including Motor City Monk, Hard Money, and Jane Doe. He has also written numerous original screenplays, including Friendship, Los Pets, and The Michigan Turnpike.
Richard has written and directed multiple non-fiction films and documentaries, including the fall of Singapore film Krait for the Australian Maritime Museum, the Lancaster bomber film G for George for the Australian War Memorial, and Clash of the Carriers for the Australian Maritime Museum. Richard was the writer of The Battle of the Bulge and The AE2 story for the Australian War Memorial. Richard was co-writer and director on James Cameron - Challenging the Deep.
Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, Kerry started her career in fashion and has worked around the globe, residing in London, New York and Los Angeles. Kerry also studied acting at Stella Adler and finished a Bachelor of Communications with majors in screen studies and creative writing in 2021. Along with her acting career, she is developing a television series, based on her original short story set in the early 19th century. Kerry is currently producing a six-part documentary series for Catalyst Studios in Belgrade, Serbia and Colombia, South America, which focuses on the six films directed and produced by female teams.
Born in Belgrade in 1990. Graduated from Faculty of Economics and got her Master's degree from Faculty of Organizational Sciences. In 2014 she became a part of Biberche production team and started working on film and TV projects as assistant producer, line producer and production coordinator. In 2017 she co-produced the film “After winter” by director Ivan Bakrač, which had been funded by Film Center of Serbia. She has just finished a project called “Switch and Bait” that is in post-production. Her current project is 6 episode docu-series named “Empowered” in UPM position. Well organized, decisive and passionate about entertainment industry and developing her skills.