L.A.-based award-winning filmmaker Benjamin Walter grew up in the royal city of Versailles (France), cradle of the "Electro French Touch" (Air, Phoenix, Alex Gopher, Michel Gondry) and as far back as he can remember he always wanted to be a storyteller. In 2011, he graduated from the highly selective school of Journalism of La Sorbonne (Paris), and then directed several documentaries, including the viral Who framed the movie critic ?.
After working as a reporter, he moved to L.A. in 2012, at age 24, and got into the Directing Program at UCLA, where he directed a bunch of stylized genre shorts. There, he also began writing his first feature film, Pink Zone. The movie, shot in the summer of 2013 over the course of 12 days, had its World Premiere at the Chinese Theatre, was selected into a dozen film festivals and received several awards. Benjamin has written, produced, directed, shot and edited the movie. Pink Zone was released in North America on July 19, 2016.
His production company, "The One Who Knocks Productions", is an homage to the TV show "Breaking Bad" and an affirmation of his high standards when it comes to making movies.
Todd is a 16 year veteran of the film industry. He's been a senior manager in production, acquisitions, distribution, and film festival operations for STARZ, Blockbuster and Sundance. In addition, he has written and directed several short films and plays. He has a degree in Film Studies and Dramatic Arts from UCSB and has also studied screenwriting and directing at UCLA. 'Pink Zone' is Todd’s first feature film as a producer.
Recognized as an expert in the industry, Bruce has received numerous accolades and awards, including the prestigious Cine Golden Eagle for his score for the motion picture, "My Neighborhood" as well as an Emmy nomination for Disney's "Spaceship Earth" and an Oscar nomination for his contributions to the short, "The Janitor". His music for "Qwerty" was voted the Best Original Movie Score for 2012 at the Nashville International Film Festival. Also in 2012 his film score for "You Can't Kill Stephen King" debuted at the Cannes Film Festival and won the People's Choice Award at the Auburn Film Festival. His score for "Power of Choice" won a Telly Award. Other film credits include such successful independent features as "Mobius", "Lonesome Jim", "Hot Boyz", "Darkwolf", "Epic Movie" and the documentary, "The Valley of the T-Rex". On television Bruce's music has been heard on such hit shows as "The Sopranos", "Friends", "Street Sharks" and "Sabrina the Animated Series".