Beth portraitZach Horton (Director)

Raised in the small Northern California town of Ukiah, Zach has always been fascinated with open vistas, mild insanity, and protracted interpersonal space. He has studied Philosophy and Creative Writing at Oxford University, and earned BAs in Visual Arts (Media) and Philosophy at UC San Diego in 2003. He was the 2002 recipient of the national Cary Grant Film Award from the Princess Grace Foundation for his short film work. In 2005 he graduated from the American Film Institute Conservatory with an MFA in Directing. He has spent four years completing his Disaster Trilogy, and in Fall 2009 will begin work on a Ph.D. in English Literature.



John portraitDan Martinico (Producer)

Daniel Martinico is an artist and filmmaker living in Los Angeles, CA.  His films, videos and installations have exhibited widely, including at venues such as Machine Project; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; MOCA's Geffen Contemporary; Art in General, New York; VideoEx, Switzerland; Vidarte, Mexico City; and the Rotterdam and Oberhausen International Film Festivals, among many others. Martinico holds a BA in Film from Bard College, and an MFA in Visual Arts from the University of California San Diego. He currently serves as visiting faculty in the Communication Department at UC San Diego.  



Charlie portraitAndrew Grant-Christensen (Cinematographer)

Andrew is from a creative background in the Danish film industry working extensively for several years on numerous commercials and feature films. During this period he had the pleasure of collaborating with highly respected, talented and awardwinning filmakers. In 2003 he moved to The United States where he attended The American Film Institutes cinematography program, from which he graduated in 2005. He now resides and works as a cinematographer primarily in Los Angeles.
His recent work includes commercials, shorts, music videos and documentary.




Charlie portraitBrandon Nicholas (Production Designer)

Brandon is a Production Designer and Director living in Los Angeles.







Full Crew Credits


Written and Directed by Zach Horton

Director of Photography: Andrew Grant-Christensen

Camera Operators: Dustin Pearlman, Andrew Grant-Christensen

Additional Cinematography: James West

Production Design byBrandon Nicholas

Art Director: Garrett Nicholas

"2000" segment Art Director: Dawn Anderson

Produced By: Zach Horton, Daniel Martinico

"2000" Segment Producer: Namarata Tandon

Line Producer: Christina Jin

Casting By Christina Mullin

Additional Casting by: Kate Freund

Gaffer: Tyler Harrison

Additional Gaffing: Armando Koghan, Curtis Sherman

Grip/Electrics: Jeremiah Peck, Mike Fishbein, Kevin Kirner

Script Supervisors: Tyler Gardner, Jeremiah Peck

Sound Mixers: Barbara Stepansky, Bryan Christopher Warne, Josh Anderson, Jeff Shih

Boom Operators: Jarom Ellsworth, Kris Manning, Janna R. Lopez Räven, Jonathon Lyga, Michael O'Henry, Carl McDowell, Urban Pelicon

Makeup Artists: Daniela Richardson, Nicki Alkire, Yoko Nobushi, Krystal Melton

Edited By Rima Mercury

Assistant Editors: Dan Lanter, Leslie Canoy

Foley Artist: Alissa Dean

Carpenter: Lynn Court

Catering: Leigh-Michil George, Corbett Tuck

Paintings by Dawn Anderson

Quilts by Ann Horton

Production Assistants: Morgan Kessler, Priscila Barbeitas

Special Thanks:

Ann and Robert Horton, Eula Wolf, Judy Price, Mack and Shari Brown, Jessica Horton, Tonya Sparkes, Terry McClain, Seth Gray, Gary Gray, Penny Gray, Vito Giancaspero, Mari Okumura, Rick Shaw, Gabriel Reiter, Dawn Chenette, Kim Daniels, Doug Glover, Hugo Armstrong, Maria-Elena Laas, Kent and Taylor Kahle, Christopher Dobler, Kate McDaniel, Cheri C. Atkinson, Christopher Wright, Moviola, Jennifer Hoffman, Seth Manheimer, Isaac Klotz, Brian Silva, J.R. Killigrew, Nathan Agin, Amber Skalski, Alex Wilson, Elisa DeKay, Stephanie Hernstadt, Josh Lawrence, Tobin Keller, Kirsten Schilling, Alan Arzoian, Handy Market


Behind the Scenes Photos



Electoral map and pastel portraits by Tobin Keller
Drawn text and graphics by Axel Enoc and Ela Marin