Producer, Director, Cinematographer
Jawad Metni has worked in documentary film and television for over 15 years as a cinematographer, producer, editor and director. His credits include “The Plutonium Circus” (1995), “Hell House” (2001), “Downwind” (2001), “Trading with the Enemy” (2003), and “Rumble in Mumbai” (2004). Since 2004, he has worked as as a producer and editor for various projects for PBS and the History Channel. He lives and works in New York.
Editor and Co-producer
Michael LaHaie (Left) is a longtime editor and producer for film and television. His film credits include “Critizen” (1994), “How’s Your News?” (1999), “Hell House” (2001), and “Turn the River” (2007). He has been a supervising editor and editor on several cable and network series including the award-winning “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy”, “Big Ideas for a Small Planet”, and most recently “Delocated”. He lives in New York and works both there and in Los Angeles.
Kill Henry Sugar
Erik Della Penna and Dean Sharenow are Kill Henry Sugar, an American roots duo from New York City. In addition to scoring “Remnants of a War”, the pair have written and produced music for A&E Networks, The History Channel, and Showtime. They also recently completed a commission for the New York Historical Society, scoring the earliest films of Thomas Edison.
Additional Production Services
Johnny McAllister (Center) co-wrote the feature film ”Olympia” in 1995. Since then, he has directed several award-winning shorts, produced TV ads for a direct marketing firm in Manhattan and ran the digital media division of the largest litigation support company in Tennessee. In 2006 he co-wrote ”Be Quiet”, which played at Cannes and Sundance.