Sarah Anthony (Founder/Executive Producer) is a documentary film producer who began her career in London, with films on subjects ranging from the Iraq war to the Ming Voyages of the 1400’s. She was Associate Producer for PBS FRONTLINE on The Age of AIDS, a four hour series covering the history of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. In 2007 Sarah moved to Los Angeles and joined Exclusive Media as the Co-head of Documentary Features. At Exclusive she supervised development, production and distribution on multiple documentaries including Martin Scorsese’s George Harrison: Living in the Material World, Billy Joel’s Last Play at Shea, and the Academy Award-winning Undefeated. She then returned to FRONTLINE as co-producer on Endgame: AIDS In Black America, and from there went on to line-produce The World According to Dick Cheney for Showtime. The past few years she has been working with HBO on an up-coming music documentary and with director Davis Guggenheim and the Emerson Collective on a variety of social justice issues, from immigration reform to re-designing the American high school system. Sarah recently produced The Defiant Ones music series for HBO, and is working with Davis Guggenheim and the Emerson Collective on a number of social justice projects, from immigration reform to child slavery. Her passion is creating film and art that inspires social change.
Sheila Dianne Jackson (Co-Founder/Executive Producer) is a Writer-Producer. She is the co-author of two award-winning biography collections. Also a seasoned journalist, her no-holds-barred essays have appeared in ESSENCE magazine, the Feminist Press’ Women’s Studies Quarterly, and other publications. Sheila is CEO of Eve’s Lime Productions, with ADDY and Telly awards specializing in commercials and documentary. A self-proclaimed creative activist, Sheila has been honored by the Los Angeles Mayor’s office and the City Council for her cause media projects. She has worked on global campaigns to include, Eve Ensler’s V-Day/Vagina Monologues; The Dream @50; and other gender equality and social justice projects. With her documentary on black women in rock, she is among historians included in the University of Washington’s oral history archive on “Women Who Rock” which explores how women have used music as a tool for activism. Sheila is dedicated to showing the world the many ways in which art can transform our lives.
Robyn Pottorff (Executive Producer) has worked in film, television, theater, and education. Selected credits include Development / Production Coordinator (Evolve / The History Channel), Production Coordinator (Billy Joel’s Last Play at Shea), Field Producer (BBC America), and Production Manager (Medical Revolution in Progress). She ran the New Play Institute at the Playwrights Foundation and was the Associate Artistic Director at the California Musical Theater/Sacramento Music Circus. In New York City she produced shows at The New York Musical Theater Festival, The Summer Play Festival, and The Bleeker Street Theater. As an instructor she has taught numerous courses at The Art Institute. She co-founded a non-profit in Los Angeles, Vibes 365, which runs workshops and camps designed to teach children about city history, humanitarian causes, and community activism. She holds a BA from the University of California, Santa Barbara and an MFA from Columbia University.
Shelby Scoggins (Awesome Intern) is a photographer originating from Northwestern Montana. She recently graduated from the University of California Los Angeles, where she worked as a staff photojournalist for the award-winning newspaper, the Daily Bruin. Shelby’s passions include environmental sustainability, social justice, and enriching perspectives through mixed media storytelling.