Sian Evans (Producer)
Sian Evans has made documentaries for herself and other filmmakers since 1984. She has written and produced on films about science, history and the experiences of our world for broadcast documentary series “Sunrise Earth”/Discovery and PBS’s “Anyplace Wild.” Sian produced for Barbara Kopple/Cabin Creek Films, including “Bearing Witness”/A&E, about the personal and professional lives of women war journalists reporting in Iraq. She happily produces, writes and coaches for other filmmakers as Farthest Films. She advised on development through outreach of the “Yukata Cowboy” series. www.farthestfilms.com
Emmanuel Sapolsky (Director of Photography & Technical Advisor)
Graduate of French Cinema School ESRA. Combining the skills of writer, director, designer, editor,
cameraman and photography director, he embraces every new technological revolution and creation
process in film, TV fiction, web series, documentary, advertising, video clips. Director and co-writer of
web series «Ex-Model » and feature «The Eye of silence».
Michaël Mambole (Sound Engineer)
Michaël Mambole is a music composer, sound designer and sound engineer who works mostly in video and film production.
During the year of his degree (licence musicologie at Université Paris 8 in 2000) that he began his activities as a sound artist in video production. The next year he started working with an agency which produces corporate films for big companies. With his solid technical foundations in audio, he became a useful versatile asset. In 2007 he becomes an independent contractor production sound recordist and post-production sound engineer, and started working on films as such.
As a music composer, he worked on documentaries with Narrative Production (for France5), on films like "La fille au fond du verre à saké" by Emmanuel Sapolsky (for Canal+) and recently on web series.
Michaël Mambole is also a musician performer, plays several instruments, does some studio sessions as a bass player, and still works with the local music school on educational projects.
Federico Tetti (Production Designer)
Italian art director based in Paris.
Ben Hillman (Title & Animation, Doll/Doll Box Design Creation & Sketches )
Ben Hillman is a filmmaker, author and illustrator whose animation can be seen in Spike Lee's movie, "She Hate Me.” In addition to commercial work (PBS, Goldman Sachs), he creates independent films including the musical shorts “Nietzsche Pops” and "Little Red Jiving Hood", which have won festival awards in the US, Europe and Asia.
He has written and illustrated picture books: “The Devil Ate My Blintzes” (Waterfront Press) and “That Pesky Toaster!” (The Walt Disney Company). Ben conceived and produced four pictorial science books for children published by Scholastic: “How Big Is It?”, “How Strong Is It?”, “How Fast Is It?” and “How Weird Is It?.” Publisher’s Weekly calls them “so freakin’ cool.” Ben created titles and animation for the “Yukata Cowboy” series, and the logo of the Little Cowboy.
Working full-time as a colorist and online editor at a post production company in Tokyo, Miki has color-graded more than 400 works in 9 years. More recently, she has been working freelance for various producers and directors around Tokyo. Color-correcting and editing both film and television programs, she believes in finding a balance between strict time frames and healthy frame of mind. She has worked on Atsushi's award-winning short “Eternally Yours” and “Yukata Cowboy” and also color-graded “Mona Lisa Cowboy.”
Photos by Sebastien Chenille © Globetrot Productions 2016