Filmmakers

Jonathon Narducci

Jonathon Narducci
Director / Producer

Jonathon Narducci is an award-winning commercial and music video director and cinematographer. Jonathon attended school at University of Iowa, where he received his Bachelors in Film Studies with a focus in Documentary Filmmaking. Jonathon worked as a Co-Producer and Director of Photography on Carissa, a documentary that was aired on Current TV and won awards in numerous festivals. His previous work has been featured internationally at the International Film Festival at Rotterdam, the Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival, the Atlanta Film Festival, as well as on Pitchfork.com, Stereogum.com, and in Bref Magazine. This is Jonathon’s feature-length documentary directorial debut.

Jon Barlow

Jon Barlow
Producer

Jon’s documentary film credits include Getting Up: The Tempt One Story, winner of the audience award at Slamdance, and Beautiful Losers, which premiered at SXSW and won “Best Documentary” at CineVegas and Newport Beach Film Festival.  Jon started his career as Ted Koppel’s Assistant on ABC News Nightline, and has since worked as a Producer for the National Geographic Channel and HDNet’s highest-rated show Art Mann Presents… Jon has also worked with top-tier ad agencies to produce branded content and advertising for Nike, Sony, Visa, Levi’s, Toyota, and Disney.

Carol Martori

Carol Martori
Editor

Carol has been a freelance film editor since 2000. Her feature documentary credits include Sound City, directed by Dave Grohl about the legendary music studio and the shift from analog to digital music making, Billy Bob Thornton's The King of Luck a film about country music legend Willie Nelson, Waiting for Lightning a film about professional skateboarder Danny Way and his attempt to jump the Great Wall of China and Click Me which delves into the early days of online dating. In addition to feature work, Martori has edited a number of television documentary series from Gangland on the History Channel to The Final Report on the National Geographic Channel. Her work has appeared in numerous film festivals from Sundance to SXSW to Hot Docs.