Charlotte H. Siller
Charlotte H. Siller is the Director, Producer and Researcher for the film. She is currently attaining her degree in Cinema Studies at SUNY Purchase. She left her acting career to do research on classic cinema and has been doing independent study on Miss Brooks since 2012. Charlotte took part in a 3 semester long internship at the Eastman Museum, formerly known as the George Eastman House, both in the PR Department and shadowing the Curator of Film Exhibitions, as well as partaking in an internship with the High Falls Film Festival for women in film. She has also written a screenplay, Kansas 1939 (Another Kind of Hell), about the life of Louise Brooks during her return home to Wichita, Kansas.
Shawn Gray is the Cinematographer for the film. Shawn earned his BFA in Film & Animation from the Rochester Institute of Technology. His expertise lies in videography and editing as well as sound and lighting. He has worked on indie films, industrial videos, music videos, and TV commercials, for a variety of clients including George Eastman House, Indus Hospitality Group (Microtel, Taco Bell, and KFC), and the Buffalo Bills. Shawn is also a comedian and stage actor. Shawn also works for Dresden Public Relations and is a stage and screen actor.
Azmina Abdulla is the Website Editor for the film and a new Louise Brooks enthusiast. Azmina earned her BA in History of Art with Material Studies from University College London (UCL). She is also a graduate of the Certificate Program at the L. Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation, at the George Eastman Museum in Rochester, NY. Azmina is currently completing her Masters Degree in Film Programming and Curating at Birkbeck University in London, UK.