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Jason Beever

Jason is a classically trained actor from Emerson College, where he excelled in numerous stage and film productions as well as in creative writing.  His involvement in the short film “Elevator Girl” helped take home top honors at the Campus Movie Fest regional and international competitions, and he shared an Emerson EVVY award for his entry in the Doritos "Crash the Superbowl" contest.  Since moving to Los Angeles, Jason continues to train as an actor but has made screenwriting his top priority.  His many talents in writing, acting, music and art are all a means to crafting memorable, unique visions of cinema that are as absorbing as they are challenging.  As part of an emerging, new generation of filmmakers, Jason aspires to help usher in the next evolution of cinema by promoting an environment of artistic enrichment and co-creation.

Kevin Walker

Kevin Walker graduated from Emerson College with a degree in Visual Media Arts with a concentration in Film.  Over the past four years, he has been directing Gaman, a documentary about the Japanese-American internment camps during World War II.

In addition to editing and co-producing Gaman, he has also edited five other documentaries:  Going Home; 32 Hours and 7 Minutes; Save the Queen; Gracies; and The Tin Man Project.  Going Home made its worldwide premiere at the Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival in 2009 and has been shown at several well-known film festivals in the United States, including The Rhode Island International Film Festival and the San Diego Asian Film Festival.