DIRECTOR, CAMERA, EDITOR
Jon Miller is an editor for nonfiction TV and films. His work has appeared on Discovery, A&E, OWN, History, Animal Planet, DIY, The Weather Channel, & Smithsonian, including the hit shows Released, 60 Days In, Yukon Men, and the soon-to-be-released documentary The Money Stone. Standing Up is his directorial debut.
Colin Bernatzky is a Peltason Fellow for the Center for the Study of Democracy at the University of California, Irvine, where he currently studies narrative, culture, cognition and social movements as a PhD student in Sociology.
Katie Accardo is a full-time student pursuing a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling at Pace University. She has worked as a literacy instructor and freelance writer/copy editor, and has held various roles in social justice-focused non-profit organizations. Standing Up is her first feature.
Kent Bassett is a filmmaker from Arizona. He directed “The Line," a short film about the humanitarian crisis at the border, which won the ASC's Heritage Award. An Emmy-nominated editor, he directed and edited a forthcoming documentary, This Might Hurt, about the mind-body medical cure for people with chronic pain.
KIM WOODARD, GREG HENRY & ISAAC HOLUB AS LUCKY8
LUCKY 8 TV is an unscripted film and television production company launched in 2014 by veteran producers and partners Kim Woodard, Greg Henry, Isaac Holub and George Kralovansky, whose combined skills fill the spectrum from comedy to science, and from blue-chip documentary to access-driven journalism. In just two years, Lucky 8 has produced a broad range of programming across a variety of networks and genres. Current series and event specials include Iwo Jima: A Hero Revealed and Alaska Aircrash Investigations for Smithsonian Channel; the top-rated, critically acclaimed 60 Days in and Behind Bars: Rookie Year for A&E; Kids BBQ Championship for Food Network; and 3 Scientists Walk Into a Bar for Weather Channel.