Olivia Curry is an associate producer at Cinema Libertad. She also makes things, including a 2013 short doc project funded by Chicago Filmmakers called the Chicago Glove Project. She is a graduate of Northwestern University's Radio/TV/Film program.
Max Gold has an unrivaled editorial lyricism that at the same time is effortless and incredibly complex. He’s a master storyteller and experimentalist, and possesses the wit to handle any kind of comedic editorial. He lives in Denver with his wife and dogs and is available for travel.
Dianne Lee is an editor that loves bringing the story together in post. She enjoys the marriage of creativity and problem-solving and brings enthusiasm and energy to every project.
Laura Madalinski is a writer/director/editor that has edited multiple feature films and is currently in preproduction for her first film. She’s a master of visual storytelling and can make any story riveting.
Ida Musoni is the Cinema Libertad rep. She gets the enjoyable task of sharing Cinema Libertad's capabilities with the world. If you are interested in having Cinema Libertad be a part of your next production, reach out to Ida@cinemalibertad.com
John Pontarelli wears many hats at Cinema Libertad, and if not by camera he's probably at crafty. On his own, he experiments with the camera and in the kitchen, and is an avid consumer of all tasty media.
Robert Stockwell is a director and the owner of Cinema Libertad. His first feature film, Burnt in Memory was screened at the Chicago Underground Film Festival, the second feature is in post, and the third is in pre-production. He is the founder of the Palace Film Festival, which features films from a range of artists, musicians, and filmmakers. Robert always believes in a good idea; it all stems from there.
Jake Zalutsky is an award winning cinematographer and documentary film director. His work is rooted in the capture of honest and authentic moments. His first short film "Nick Santore" premiered at Chicago International Film Festival and was a Vimeo Staff pick.