“Life can only be understood backward, but it must be lived forward.”
—Soren Kierkegaard

MOLLY GANDOUR (Director) is an Emmy-nominated documentary filmmaker. She produced the Academy Award-nominated, Emmy winning, Sundance Grand Jury prize winning HBO documentary Gasland. She’s worked as an editor for the PBS NewsHour and OWN and an associate producer for HBO Docs, WNET and Eliza Hittman (It Felt Like Love, Sundance 2013). She produced “Buffalo Juggalos,” dir. Scott Cummings, winner of the Grand Jury Prize for Short Films at AFI Fest 2014. She graduated with a B.A. Literary Arts from Brown University (2006) participated in Berlinale Talent Campus (2011).

ALI MUNEY (Editor) credits include two feature documentaries for PBS; Yoruba Richen's The New Black and Joanna Lipper's The Supreme Price. She has also edited 3 narrative features; Seasons of Love for Lifetime, Jayce Bartok's Fall To Rise and Nefertite Nguvu's In The Morning. Ali has cut several short films which have screened at Cannes, Tribeca Film Festival, Palm Springs ShortFest and Frameline film festivals. Ali began her career as an assistant editor for films helmed by directors such as Philip Seymour Hoffman, Tamara Jenkins and George C. Wolfe.

ELLYN CHURCH (Associate Producer) associate produced Medora and is co-producing The Unicorn, a feature documentary currently in production in Portland, Maine. She is the Grant Coordinator and head Videographer for Washington II Washington, a youth centered NGO in Washington D.C.

NATHAN LARSON (Composer) has scored numerous films including Boy’s Don’t Cry (1999, Kim Pierce, dir.  Fox Searchlight), Margin Call  (JC Chandor, 2011), God’s Pocket (John Slattery, 2014), Skeleton Twins (Craig Johnson, 2014), Lilya 4 Ever (Lukas Moodyson, dir. Memfis Films / Lion’s Gate, 2003), Dirty Pretty Things (Stephen Frears, dir. Miramax, 2003) Palindromes (Todd Solondz, dir., 2005), High Art (Lisa Cholodenko, dir, October Films, 1998), as well as television (MTV, PBS, Nickelodeon) and commercials (H&M, Nike, Volvo). He fills in with the Late Night Band on Seth Meyers and just started a record label called Modern Imperial.

FRANCES HARLOW (Producer) is a Brooklyn-based producer and audio engineer. After graduating from Brown University, she completed graduate coursework at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Portland, Maine and worked in WGBH-Boston's multimedia newsroom. Frances has produced podcasts for outlets ranging from Harvard University's Berkman Center for Internet & Society to the United Talent Agency Brand Studio, and her independent reporting has aired on NHPR, Global Voices, Public Radio Remix, KFAI, WRST, and WRVO.

RACHAEL COUNCE (Associate Producer) served as Producer, Assistant Director and Director of Photography on the award winning documentary Medora, which premiered at SXSW Film Festival in 2013 and on PBS Independent Lens in 2014.