The film's credits will include a complete listing of all members of the production team.

JENNIFER CALLAHAN, DIRECTOR/PRODUCER/WRITER, has worked for over 10 years on numerous independent film productions in New York City. The Bungalows of Rockaway is her first feature-length film.

ELIZABETH LOGAN HARRIS, PRODUCER/WRITER, has worked in film and theater as a producer, actor, and voice-over narrator. She has numerous freelance editing credits and her writing has appeared in literary journals such as Conjunctions, Glimmer Train, Colorado Review, and New England Review.

GORDON CHOU, DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY, (principal DP) shot Joe Maggio’s Milk & Honey (2003) and Margarita Happy Hour by Ilya Chaiken (2001), both of which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. He also works as a still photographer and has a BFA in filmmaking from SUNY Purchase.

JANA FLYNN, WEB DESIGNER, is an artist and designer based out of Brooklyn. She operates a production studio where she creates installations, drawings, ceramics, and digital designs. She earned her MFA from Parsons the New School in 2009.

LEWANNE JONES, ARCHIVAL RESEARCHER, has extensive credits as an archival producer and research director for independent film, network and public television projects as well as multimedia installations for site specific and internet exhibition. Among the many projects that she has contributed to are Eyes on the Prize, ABC’s Century, PBS Frontline and American Experience, and Fahrenheit 911. She is president of Autonomedia, a Brooklyn-based publishing and media activist collective. Currently she is the archival producer for a documentary for American Experience about the Freedom Riders. Her independent projects include collaborations both with History as a Weapon, to publish on DVD her film about historian-activist Walter Rodney, and Red Thread, a Guyanese grassroots women's organization, to develop a film on racism and colonialism.

EVE KAHN, ARCHITECTURAL ADVISOR, is the Antiques Columnist at The New York Times. Eve is a journalist who specializes in architecture, design, and preservation, with over 500 articles published in numerous publications including The New York Times and I.D. She also serves on the advisory boards of the Historic Districts Council and the Institute of Classical Architecture.

EMMA MORRIS, EDITOR, is an Emmy-winning documentary editor who has over 20 years’ experience editing documentaries. Recent work includes Shut-up & Sing (2006), a feature documentary on the lives and politics of the Dixie Chicks and Outside Looking In (2001), a documentary on interracial adoption done for ITVS.

ADAM THOMPSON, ILLUSTRATOR, is an artist, an adjunct professor of art, and an art reviewer. He received his BA in Art History from Yale University in 2004, and his MFA in Visual Art from Brooklyn College in 2008. His drawing installations and slideshows have been exhibited at Thomas Jaeckel Gallery, Crossing Art and Dixon Place (among other NYC venues). A book of his work was published in May 2010 by Regency Arts Press. Thompson is an art reviewer for Art Papers magazine, and is also an adjunct professor of studio art at Brooklyn College and the Pratt Institute. Thompson lives and works in Brooklyn with his wife, writer Helen Phillips.

FRANK ZADLO, ASSISTANT EDITOR, is an artist living and working in Brooklyn, NY. He is a freelance video editor and holds an MFA from Parsons the New School for Design.

Photo credits on home page:
Main photo: Gordon Chou
Bottom row, from left to right: Gordon Chou, Elizabeth Ward, Susan Anderson, Gordon Chou, Leon and Gilda Metzger