Crew

THE GHOSTS


Nat Rovit (Writer/Director)   Nat has been making movies and exploring his love for all things spooky since he was a kid. After attending an arts high school in downtown Chicago, Nat studied film at NYU where he made several short films including  The White Wedding , a 1970's set horror movie. Nat served as Assistant Director on 2012's  Two Hundred Thousand Dirty  (now on Netflix) and worked as an editor on several children's toy commercials that were broadcast globally.  Kids & Ghosts  is his first feature film. Nat currently resides in Los Angeles.

Nat Rovit (Writer/Director)

Nat has been making movies and exploring his love for all things spooky since he was a kid. After attending an arts high school in downtown Chicago, Nat studied film at NYU where he made several short films including The White Wedding, a 1970's set horror movie. Nat served as Assistant Director on 2012's Two Hundred Thousand Dirty (now on Netflix) and worked as an editor on several children's toy commercials that were broadcast globally. Kids & Ghosts is his first feature film. Nat currently resides in Los Angeles.

Seneca Lester (Producer)   Seneca began his career as a Production Assistant and quickly climbed the ranks. Now a Producer and Executive in Charge of Production, Seneca has built a long and esteemed career in television and film. He served as Vice President of Production at Towers Productions, Inc. for several years and has managed documentary series for the National Geographic Channel and History Channel to name a few. Most notably, Seneca was the Associate Producer on the films  Dog Jack  (2010) and  Gangland  (2007). His most recent picture,  For The Love Of Christmas,  has just wrapped production.

Seneca Lester (Producer)

Seneca began his career as a Production Assistant and quickly climbed the ranks. Now a Producer and Executive in Charge of Production, Seneca has built a long and esteemed career in television and film. He served as Vice President of Production at Towers Productions, Inc. for several years and has managed documentary series for the National Geographic Channel and History Channel to name a few. Most notably, Seneca was the Associate Producer on the films Dog Jack (2010) and Gangland (2007). His most recent picture, For The Love Of Christmas, has just wrapped production.

Regina Dolza (Casting Director)   Originally from Michigan, Regina moved to Chicago to attend Columbia College in 2011. While acquiring her degree in film and television, Regina worked at Claire Simon Casting and became enamored with the casting process. Since then, she has worked in the Casting, Production and Assistant Director departments on a host of eclectic productions including  Person To Person (2017) ,  Permission (2017),  and Starz's  Billions.  Regina lives and works in New York.

Regina Dolza (Casting Director)

Originally from Michigan, Regina moved to Chicago to attend Columbia College in 2011. While acquiring her degree in film and television, Regina worked at Claire Simon Casting and became enamored with the casting process. Since then, she has worked in the Casting, Production and Assistant Director departments on a host of eclectic productions including Person To Person (2017)Permission (2017), and Starz's Billions. Regina lives and works in New York.

 
John de Menil (Cinematographer)   John de Menil is a Los Angeles based cinematographer and filmmaker. Growing up in New York, John was exposed to eclectic art and cinema at a young age. He recieved his undergraduate degree from NYU and, after shooting and directing a dozen short films, John collaborated with his father, Francois de Menil on the acclaimed documentary  Max Ernst Hanging  (2009). John was later accepted to the American Film Institute where he majored in directing. He has shot content for Adult Swim, Illumination Entertainment, and is now shooting the feature film  A Thousand Junkies  (2017).

John de Menil (Cinematographer)

John de Menil is a Los Angeles based cinematographer and filmmaker. Growing up in New York, John was exposed to eclectic art and cinema at a young age. He recieved his undergraduate degree from NYU and, after shooting and directing a dozen short films, John collaborated with his father, Francois de Menil on the acclaimed documentary Max Ernst Hanging (2009). John was later accepted to the American Film Institute where he majored in directing. He has shot content for Adult Swim, Illumination Entertainment, and is now shooting the feature film A Thousand Junkies (2017).

Chesney Gregorie Shuck (Production Designer)   A sharp attention to detail and an eye for interior design, Chesney is a production designer from Charleston, South Carolina. After earning her degree from Chicago's Columbia College with her concentration in Production Design, she carved out a name for herself working in various art department roles and assembling a talented team within the local film community. Chesney has designed many short films, served as art director on the feature film  Operator  (2016), and most recently worked on the Netflix original show  Easy  (2016). Chesney lives and works in Chicago.

Chesney Gregorie Shuck (Production Designer)

A sharp attention to detail and an eye for interior design, Chesney is a production designer from Charleston, South Carolina. After earning her degree from Chicago's Columbia College with her concentration in Production Design, she carved out a name for herself working in various art department roles and assembling a talented team within the local film community. Chesney has designed many short films, served as art director on the feature film Operator (2016), and most recently worked on the Netflix original show Easy (2016). Chesney lives and works in Chicago.

Noah Cody (Editor)   Noah has spent the better half of his life involved in film. After finding his niche at a young age editing home movies and skateboarding videos, he went on to receive a B.F.A. from the UC Berkeley film studies program. While acquiring his M.F.A. in film editing at the American Film Institute, Noah won the A.C.E. student film editor award. He has worked on programming for the History Channel and edited several short films including  Pyromance  (2014) - a Grand Jury Prize finalist at AFI Fest. Noah currently resides in Los Angeles where he works as a full-time film editor.

Noah Cody (Editor)

Noah has spent the better half of his life involved in film. After finding his niche at a young age editing home movies and skateboarding videos, he went on to receive a B.F.A. from the UC Berkeley film studies program. While acquiring his M.F.A. in film editing at the American Film Institute, Noah won the A.C.E. student film editor award. He has worked on programming for the History Channel and edited several short films including Pyromance (2014) - a Grand Jury Prize finalist at AFI Fest. Noah currently resides in Los Angeles where he works as a full-time film editor.


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