George D’Amato is a feature film, television and commercial film maker.
This transplanted New Yorker grew up on beautiful Long Island New York. He is a graduate of 3 New York Institutes: New York University Tisch School of the Arts Film School, The Actor’s Studio and The International Centre of Photography. His films are characterized by nonlinear storylines, satirical subject matter, and characteristics of neo-noir film. He is widely considered as great visual artist with a flair for touching, emotional stories. He has worked all over the world directing and producing film and television. Some of his clients include HBO, National Geographic, The History Channel and The Discovery Channel. Every notable film festival around the world has recognized his work. The list includes the Cannes film festival, The Sundance film festival, The Raindance film festival UK, The Berlin film festival, Palm Spring film festival, The Houston film festival, and the Atlanta film festival.
Film and advertising awards include The Cannes gold lion, The Gold Cleo, The One Show, Gold Bessie, Craft Award for Directing, Directors Guild of America, and The Golden Marble. He wrote and directed a commercial for ESPN called “Balls” that debuted on the Super bowl. Meanwhile, his work, “Highway Speeding” and “Crossgate Mall”, remains in the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
George also teaches film directing, film production, film studies and acting at The University of Toronto, The Raindance Film Institute, The Toronto Academy of Acting, and Humber College.
Jeff Chadwick is a producer of hundreds of international and domestic commercials, television and feature film projects. He has earned a reputation as an expert in the areas of planning, budgeting and project coordination and has received numerous international awards.
Jeff also specializes in the creation, development and production of film and video for television and cinema. He also brings this expertise to the area of corporate communication.
One recent example was for Biogen’s Tysabri, a touching story of former Chicago Blackhawks hockey player Bryan Bickell, and his journey with MS.
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