Davy Rothbart

is the creator of Found Magazine, a frequent contributor to public radio's This American Life, and the author of a book of personal essays, My Heart Is An Idiot, and a collection of stories, The Lone Surfer of Montana, Kansas. He writes regularly for GQ Magazine and Grantland, and his work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, and The Believer. His documentary film Medora, premiered at the SXSW Film Festival and will soon appear on PBS' acclaimed series Independent Lens. Rothbart is also the founder of Washington II Washington, an annual hiking adventure for inner-city kids. He lives between Los Angeles, California and Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Andrew Cohn

is a screenwriter and documentary filmmaker originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan. His first feature-length film Medora premiered at the 2013 SXSW Film Festival and aired on PBS' critically acclaimed Independent Lens series. He is also the creator and producer of the off-Broadway play FOUND: People Find Stuff. Now It’s a Show. In 2009, he directed the documentary-short Dynamic Tom which was featured on McSweeney's Wholphin No. 12 DVD of short films. He has directed material for Comedy Central, Fuse and most recently, ESPN Films' 30 for 30 series.

Rachel Dengiz

is a producer and filmmaker based in New York City. She began her career working for independent filmmaker Jim Jarmusch, where she served as an associate producer on Coffee & Cigarettes and as a production associate on Broken Flowers. She has directed two documentaries about the punk rock band Rise Against, and produced music videos for Diana Krall, Sophie Auster and Bobby Emmett. She recently served as a producer on the documentary The Punk Singer, which was released by Sundance Selects / IFC and just wrapped production on the narrative feature Keep In Touch. She works on a freelance basis for Olive Productions (Wren Arthur, Steve Buscemi & Stanley Tucci's production company).