​​​Director / Producer / Writer  –  Adam Benzine
Adam Benzine is an English writer, director and journalist based in Toronto. Currently serving as the Canadian Bureau Chief for Uk-based entertainment trade publisher C21 Media, he is the former Associate Editor and Online Editor for Realscreen, the international publisher of non-fiction film and television industry news and content. He has written for a range of publications including The Globe and Mail, The Independent, Indiewire and Little White Lies. Claude Lanzmann: Spectres of the Shoah, is his directorial debut. 

Co-Producer  –  Kimberley Warner
Kimberley Warner is an independent producer from Wales who also oversees development for Ffilm Cymru - the lottery film fund for Wales. The former Head of Acquisitions and Development for documentary distributors Mercury Media and Journeymen Pictures, Kimberley has worked to support the work of filmmakers of the calibre of Orlando von Einsiedel, Michael Glawogger, James Moll and Ken Loach. 

Composer - Joel Goodman

Joel has scored 4 Oscar-nominated films and over 25 Emmy-nominated television programs and documentaries. Joel composed the Main Theme for the long-running and critically acclaimed PBS series American Experience, of which he also scored more than a dozen episodes including Seabiscuit, Wyatt Earp, Walt Whitman, Clinton, and JFK.

Editor - Tiffany Beaudin
Toronto-based Tiffany Beaudin has editing credits on over forty documentaries and is known for her work on public figures including the Canadian Screen winning 'Quality Balls: the David Steinberg Story'.

​Executive Producer  –  Nick Fraser
Nick Fraser is the editor of Storyville, the BBC's most prestigious documentary strand. Known for his early endorsement of world-renowned documentaries such as Man on Wire (2008), Project Nim (2011), and The House I Live In (2012), he has established the Storyville brand as one synonymous with Oscar and Sundance quality documentary filmmaking. 

Director of Photography  –  Alex Ordanis
Having studied cinematography at Ryerson university, Alex is currently a partner at Toronto-based Stellar Citizens Inc. Cutting his teeth as an editor at Xero Digital and handling assistant camera on Canada's Greatest Know it All (Discovery 2012), he now works across a portfolio of clients from webseries, to TV, commercial clients and feature length documentaries.​