Michael Citriniti is the co-producer of Food For Thought Lunch Hour Theatre, the primary company in New York City dedicated to providing a venue for one-act plays. Michael is also an actor who has performed in works by Shakespeare, Chekhov, as well as original theatrical projects. Mr. Citriniti's film credits include Goodfellas and The Spiral, which shared the prize for Best Short Narrative Drama at the 2000 Brooklyn Film Festival. Citriniti is also a musician, and his Sixties cover band The Windbreakers performs in New York City.
Judith Helfand is a Peabody award-winning filmmaker, activist and educator and an inspiration to filmmaker Maria Pusateri.
Her credits include Blue Vinyl (HBO), A Healthy Baby Girl (POV) and The Uprising of 34 (POV). She has received two Emmy nominations and innumerable awards. Helfand co-founded Working Films, which is dedicated to leveraging documentaries' power and prestige for long-term economic, social and environmental justice.
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Elizabeth Foley has worked as a New York City film and television producer for more than 12 years. Her award-winning short film, Jeanne & Hauviette, screened as part of the New Directors/CineWomen NY Screening Series. She produced a UNICEF documentary narrated by Julia Ormond and was a line producer for Bravo's The It Factor. She is in development for Funny Peculiar, starring Rip Torn and Betty Buckley.