DICKY DAHL (director/editor) Co-wrote and produced The Ballad of Ramblin’ Jack, a documentary portrait of cowboy folksinger Ramblin’ Jack Elliott that won the Special Jury Prize for Artistic Achievement at Sundance and received wide theatrical distribution. His hybrid narrative, The Curio, is currently showing on the film festival circuit and marks his feature directorial debut. He is the co-founder of Great Notion Creative/Collective, a Portland, Oregon-based filmmaker cooperative and creative services agency.
Melissa Laurie (co-writer/producer) Holds a masters degree in sexuality and health from Columbia University and once won a Apple Pie baking contest. She has contributed to serious projects like: improving HIV care for adolescents in the Bronx, advocating for the needs of women in conflict settings at the UN, and most recently, supporting patient-centered health care research in Portland, Oregon. She has always held a place in her heart for silly work as well: from researching dirty jokes to developing science museum exhibits, and to her most recent and silliest project to date: Crazy Possible.
Whitney “Allgood” LaRuffa (cast) Hiker and adventurer: Whitney has hiked over 6,000 miles with his K-9 companions over the years and was the 2016 Continental Divide Trail Ambassador thru-hiker. He is the president of ALDHA-West and has a passion for ice cream.
You can follow along on his 3,000+ mile hike of CDT at his blog: the dago diaries
Orginal Score by
Kimberly Henninger and Shawn Parke (composers) are prolific multi-genre composers. They work from Portland Oregon and have written music for local, national filmmakers, companies and all sort of creative types.
Their 2016 score for the award winning indie science fiction darling Embers garnered accolades from both the music and film press. The score, released by The Orchard, was named one of the years top ten scores by A Closer Listen alongside heavy-hitters such as Captain Fantastic (Alex Somers), Distance Between Dreams (Junkie XL), and Jackie (Mica Levi).
Their work on the award winning crime drama feature Lucky was compared to diverse artists such as Brian Eno, Cliff Martinez, Atticus Ross, Giorgio Moroder, John Carpenter, Tangerine Dream and Massive Attack by the film music press.
Crazy Possible is their first episodic series. CathedralSounds.org
Kenny Knight 's One Down
Artanker Convoy's Rabbit + Black Dauphin
Dibson T Hoffweller's Walking to MacArthur
Range of Light Wilderness’ Jasmine Vines
Bill Baird’s Summer is Gone
Virginia Marting is a tattoo and multidisciplinary artist. Residing in Portland, Oregon, since 2007, she was born in Rosario, Argentina. She is part of Paper Eclipse Puppet Company and Winter Solstice Puppet Collective. Virginia Marting
John Bacone is a Portland based artist and short filmmaker specializing in motion graphics and compositing. His films have shown in festivals around the world. His sculptural work includes kinetic sculpture, cardboard musical instruments, cityscapes, and, most recently, pop-up cards based on the bridges of Portland. He works with a wide range of often reclaimed materials, including wood, cardboard, or paper.
Some of his cardboard work is currently on display at Mississippi Studios and Radish Underground. Pop up cards are for sale at Tender Loving Empire. JohnBacone.com
At vimeo.com/bacone you can see some of his video work and kinetic sculptures.