Jack shows Louis Davens (a student of the school) how to work the camera. Photo by Dinesh Sabu (the actual cameraman). 

Jack shows Louis Davens (a student of the school) how to work the camera. Photo by Dinesh Sabu (the actual cameraman). 

Jack C. Newell (Director/Producer/Writer) is an award-winning filmmaker whose work has screened at the Montreal World Film Festival, Chicago International Film Festival, Sonoma International Film Festival, Newport Beach Film Festival, Woods Hole Film Festival, and the Gene Siskel Film Center. Jack is the Program Director of The Harold Ramis Film School at The Second City Training Center and the co-creator of The Wabash Lights.

Photo by Sebastien Narcisse

Photo by Sebastien Narcisse

Dinesh Sabu (Camera/Producer) Based in Chicago, Dinesh is an independent documentary filmmaker who recently completed his first feature-length documentary, Unbroken Glass. Dinesh learned vérité cinematography from legendary Kartemquin Co-founder Gordon Quinn. His completed cinematography credits include American Arab and Waking in Oak Creek. Dinesh holds a black belt in Tomiki Aikido and rides a Triumph Bonneville in his free time. Dinesh graduated with honors from the University of Chicago in 2006. In 2014 Dinesh was awarded a fellowship from Firelight Media’s Documentary Lab. In 2011 he was a finalist for the prestigious Edes Prize for Emerging Artists.

Sebastien Narcisse (Producer/Fixer/Photographer) is a photographer, filmmaker, and NGO translator living in Port Au Prince, Haiti. He has worked with multiple NGOs working in Haiti including Catholic Medical Mission Board, Secours Populaire Francais, Inter-American Development Bank, Banque Nationale de Credit, and My Haiti Travels. He is committed to showing others how beautiful Haiti is through his photography and film work, by showing that Haiti is not just “the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere." His work can be seen here - www.sebastiennarcisse.com/index.php?lang=en-US