Jon Iannacone is an independent filmmaker hailing from the United States. Most recently he has spent the past four years living in Indonesia. He speaks both Indonesian and Spanish. His recent creative work focuses on hidden stories in need of a voice. While in the U.S. Jon produced and directed short documentary pieces, news segments, and short commercials.
Prior to Indonesia, Mr. Iannacone spent seven years working for the Migrant Education Program. He developed and implemented after-school and summer programs for high school and middle school migrant farmworker students from Mexico. Jon was captivated by their stories and helped launch the Migrant Macbook Lab which provided computer access to the rural poor. He has presented workshops on topics such as DSLR video, Podcasting, and Integrating Technology into Education.
He is a winner of the 2010 Leavey Award for Excellence in Entrepreneurship Education.
Seymour Levin is a documentary filmmaker whose award-winning feature length documentary, “Hard Coal: Last of the Bootleg Miners”, reveals the crushing political and economic injustices faced by independent coal miners. He has worked on several notable projects including Steven Spielberg’s “Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation” and “A World of Discovery” for the Philadelphia Museum of Art. He is the Executive Producer for “Grieving Rounds”, a feature documentary(in progress) which explores medical residents’ mental health while at the University of Pennsylvania hospital.
Andang Iskandar is an award-winning photographer from Bandung, Indonesia. He is also a professor and social entrepreneur.
Andang is the owner of Humanika Photography Film and Design in the city of Bandung, which is known as Indonesia's city for creatives. He lectures at Indonesia's Computer University(UNIKOM) and Indonesia's College of Art and design (STSI). He has held photography exhibitions in Japan, Singapore, and China.