David Michael Brown David is a British ex-pat living in Sydney, Australia. Working as a freelance writer he contributes to Filmink, The Big Issue, SBS Movies, Rolling Stone and Empire Magazine where he was Senior Editor for almost nine years. He is presently researching a book on the film music of German electronic music pioneers Tangerine Dream. A huge fan of the trashier side of cult films, his love of the movies of Russ Meyer, John Waters and Mario Bava shows no bounds: he proudly declares that FASTER PUSSYCAT KILL KILL and DANGER: DIABOLIK are his all-time favorite films and meeting A CLOCKWORK ORANGE star Malcolm McDowell was the biggest thrill of his professional career thus far.

David Michael Brown

David is a British ex-pat living in Sydney, Australia. Working as a freelance writer he contributes to Filmink, The Big Issue, SBS Movies, Rolling Stone and Empire Magazine where he was Senior Editor for almost nine years. He is presently researching a book on the film music of German electronic music pioneers Tangerine Dream. A huge fan of the trashier side of cult films, his love of the movies of Russ Meyer, John Waters and Mario Bava shows no bounds: he proudly declares that FASTER PUSSYCAT KILL KILL and DANGER: DIABOLIK are his all-time favorite films and meeting A CLOCKWORK ORANGE star Malcolm McDowell was the biggest thrill of his professional career thus far.

Bryna Smith Bryna has worked professionally as a designer for print and web media, an animator and a freelance video editor since March 2007. A highlight of her animation career was winning Best YouTube video ad at the 2008 OMMA awards in NYC for her 28 second animation promoting the DVD release of the movie 28 WEEKS LATER. Bryna Smith was part of the digital effects crew responsible for NEIL STRYKER AND THE TYRANT OF TIME (2017) which won the Independent Spirit Award at Fantastic Planet Film Festival in 2016.

Bryna Smith

Bryna has worked professionally as a designer for print and web media, an animator and a freelance video editor since March 2007. A highlight of her animation career was winning Best YouTube video ad at the 2008 OMMA awards in NYC for her 28 second animation promoting the DVD release of the movie 28 WEEKS LATER. Bryna Smith was part of the digital effects crew responsible for NEIL STRYKER AND THE TYRANT OF TIME (2017) which won the Independent Spirit Award at Fantastic Planet Film Festival in 2016.

Nic Costa Nic is the owner of Lombo Bardi Productions and began working in the entertainment industry in 1999, most notably on the production side of things at Carsey Warner on the television series THAT 70S SHOW, THIRD ROCK FROM THE SUN, and GOD, THE DEVIL, AND BOB (animated).   Mr. Costa  is a film writer, producer and attorney in Portland, Oregon, USA.  Since 2003, Mr. Costa helped to produce and develop the Neil Stryker franchise. The most recent installment, NEIL STRYKER AND THE TYRANT OF TIME (2017) won the Indie Spirit Award at the 2016 Fantastic Planet Film Festival.  

Nic Costa

Nic is the owner of Lombo Bardi Productions and began working in the entertainment industry in 1999, most notably on the production side of things at Carsey Warner on the television series THAT 70S SHOW, THIRD ROCK FROM THE SUN, and GOD, THE DEVIL, AND BOB (animated).   Mr. Costa  is a film writer, producer and attorney in Portland, Oregon, USA.  Since 2003, Mr. Costa helped to produce and develop the Neil Stryker franchise. The most recent installment, NEIL STRYKER AND THE TYRANT OF TIME (2017) won the Indie Spirit Award at the 2016 Fantastic Planet Film Festival.

 

 
James Hancock James is a producer based in New York City. In recent years, he has worked closely with animator Bill Plympton on his feature film CHEATIN' as well as the Plympton's animated shorts THE LONELIEST STOPLIGHT and COP DOG. When he's not ranting and raving with his fellow film fanatics on his podcast Wrong Reel, James runs the YouTube channel geekin.nyc, a channel devoted to reviewing the latest in film and television.

James Hancock

James is a producer based in New York City. In recent years, he has worked closely with animator Bill Plympton on his feature film CHEATIN' as well as the Plympton's animated shorts THE LONELIEST STOPLIGHT and COP DOG. When he's not ranting and raving with his fellow film fanatics on his podcast Wrong Reel, James runs the YouTube channel geekin.nyc, a channel devoted to reviewing the latest in film and television.

Harley Neville A good Saturday night to Harley involves sitting at the computer doing something creative and productive, allowing him to constantly grow and succeed as a creator. He is a Producer, Podcaster and Actor from New Zealand and one of the creators of the feature film I SURVIVED A ZOMBIE HOLOCAUST which won The Indie Spirit Award at A Night Of Horror in 2014. More recently his short film NO CALLER ID won "Best Short Film" at A Night of Horror 2016, while his latest horror web series HARROW has received wide spread attention and acclaim online.

Harley Neville

A good Saturday night to Harley involves sitting at the computer doing something creative and productive, allowing him to constantly grow and succeed as a creator. He is a Producer, Podcaster and Actor from New Zealand and one of the creators of the feature film I SURVIVED A ZOMBIE HOLOCAUST which won The Indie Spirit Award at A Night Of Horror in 2014. More recently his short film NO CALLER ID won "Best Short Film" at A Night of Horror 2016, while his latest horror web series HARROW has received wide spread attention and acclaim online.

Dalibor Backovic A long time Sydneysider and collaborator with A Night of Horror/Fantastic Planet Film Festival, Dalibor has been a proud contributor to the indie film community for years. The original winner of the "Best of Fest" award at the first annual A Night of Horror Film Festival for THE ANCIENT RITE OF COREY MCGILLIS, his films have won many awards both in Australia and abroad. He currently works as a VFX artist.

Dalibor Backovic

A long time Sydneysider and collaborator with A Night of Horror/Fantastic Planet Film Festival, Dalibor has been a proud contributor to the indie film community for years. The original winner of the "Best of Fest" award at the first annual A Night of Horror Film Festival for THE ANCIENT RITE OF COREY MCGILLIS, his films have won many awards both in Australia and abroad. He currently works as a VFX artist.