Collier is the creator and subject of Investigation Discovery's true-crime sensation A Murder in Mansfield, a documentary from two-time Oscar-winning director Barbara Kopple. As a cinematographer and director, Collier has worked with a multitude of clients including Disney, Discovery, FOX, Snapchat, Instagram, GM and Ford. He has worked with A listers such as Oscar Isaac, Forest Whitaker, Jessica Lange, Tim Roth, David Dastmalchian, James Gunn and Sterling K. Brown, among others.
Notable Projects: A Murder in Mansfield, The Lurking Man, Playing with Beethoven
9Across Production Company
9Across isn’t just a company. It’s a culture, a brand, a lifestyle and a passion. Based in Los Angeles California. 9Across is a Branded Content & Marketing, Post and Production company that is ready to help bring the best out in your Brand or Project. We aren’t in the business to survive, we’re in the business to thrive. Let us know how we can do the same for your Brand or Project.
Notable Projects: Speech & Debate, Nocking Point
As a Writer and Director, He is constantly creating and collaborating with other talented individuals in the industry. Yared is Multiple award-winning Director. His experience aligns well with the qualifications as Film and TV Director. With more than 13 years' experience, he adept in script writing, editing, team leading and of course Directing. Moreover, his on-the-job experience has afforded him a well-rounded skill set.
Notable Projects: Dread, Heart Jumpers, The Remenant
Melvin Jackson Jr.
Emmy Nominated Actor Melvin Jackson Jr. was born on April 4th in Washington D.C. He now resides in Los Angeles with his wife Emmy nominated actress Kelly Jenrette. He is best known for his roles as Bernard on the HBO hit series "The Wire" and as The Bully on the hit CW show "Everybody Hates Chris". He portrayed the legendary rapper Kurtis Blow in the NAACP Award winning BET's "The New Edition Story" which had 29 million viewers.
Notable Projects: Boomeranged, Eddie Murphey's Role is Mine Not Yours
Born in the little city of Formosa in the north of Argentina, on the 10th of July, 1972, Massa was part of a middle-class family. Moving to Buenos Aires in 1990, he studied in the IDAC Instituto de Arte Cinematografico. Malevo (1990) was his film first shot at the IDAC, when only 17 years old. He won best first short Film award at the IDAC. In 1991 he started as a second assistant director in the film industry, while he continued to attend the IDAC.
Notable Projects: Dia de Los Muertos, Mas Alla Del Limite, Caceria