Jeremy Gardener is an actor and director, known for THE BATTERY (2012), SPRING (2014) and TEX MONTANA WILL SURVIVE! (2015).
WRiter / Director / producer
Chris Skotchdopole is a writer, director and producer living in New York City. He works with Glass Eye Pix, an independent production outfit lead by director Larry Fessenden. Skotchdopole most recently served as co-producer on Jenn Wexler's punk thriller, THE RANGER, starring Chloe Levine and Jeremy Holm. Previously, he worked as associate producer on Mickey Keating’s DARLING (SXSW) and Rob Mockler’s film LIKE ME (SXSW), starring Addison Timlin. He has produced several music videos and shorts for Glass Eye, including James Siewert’s THE PAST INSIDE THE PRESENT (Slamdance, Flordia Film Festival, Fantastic Fest).
THE EGG AND THE HATCHET is his first short since graduating from the School of Visual Arts in 2010. Chris is currently developing a feature with Larry Fessenden.
Larry Fessenden is an actor and producer and director of art-horror movies NO TELLING, HABIT, WENDIGO and THE LAST WINTER, as well as the TV film SKIN AND BONES and BENEATH. He has produced dozens of movies including THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL, STAKE LAND, WENDY AND LUCY and THE COMEDY and acted in TV and film including LOUIE, THE STRAIN, BROKEN FLOWERS and THE BRAVE ONE. Fessenden has operated the production company Glass Eye Pix since 1985 with the mission of supporting individual voices in the arts.
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Walter Montiel is a Paraguayan writer, director and producer living and working in New York City. He has written a couple of short films, COMMITTING... and GLOAMING ALMOST INVISIBLE. He has also collaborated with Dominick Pietrzak in producing Luke Arnold's upcoming feature film EMPLOYEES ONLY together. His internship for indie icon Larry Fessenden's Glass Eye Pix provided him with an education in independent filmmaking that proved invaluable when he directed his first short film TORMENTAS, premiering this fall in Paraguay. THE EGG AND THE HATCHET is an all too-rare collaboration that means to bridge the gap between North American and Latin American independent filmmaking.