MITCH SILVA 
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Mitch Silva is a director from San Diego, California. Thematically he is most interested in the growing influence of the internet and how it affects the lives of younger generations. A few of his biggest inspirations in film are Edward Yang, Nicholas Ray, Robert Bresson, and Tsai Ming-liang. He is currently working on his first full-length film titled "No More Dreams" and when he has downtime he makes music with his crew members.

DANIEL PASCOE
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Daniel Pascoe is an Editor and designer from Phoenix, Arizona. A few of his biggest inspirations in film are Robert Frazen, Isiah Medina, Thelma Schoonmaker, and Hideaki Anno. He edited "From Where There is Nothing" with director Tylor Myers, and has done most of the DEATHSQUAD designs. Diamond Rank in Rocket League.

TYLOR MYERS 
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Tylor Myers is a director from Gilbert, Arizona. His major influences include Andrei Tarkovsky, Bela Tarr, Hu Bo, Tsai Ming-Liang, Ingmar Bergman, and Wong Kar Wai. He is interested in creating films that personally resonate with the souls of the viewers and transcend the screen into their memories; through the works of modern day dramas he hopes to connect with the lost generation who struggle to exist. His first full length feature "From Where There Is Nothing" has been completed and is on a festival run currently. He enjoys photography in his free time. 

HUNTER SCOTT
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Hunter Scott is a Sound Mixer and Musician from Phoenix, Arizona. Some of his musical inspirations are The Body, Full of Hell, Nails, Whirr, and many more. He was the Sound Mixer for "From Where There Is Nothing" and will be mixing "No More Dreams" upon its principle photography completion. He plans to release his first full length project "FAILURE ON REPEAT" summer of 2021.  

SABAL SWINTON
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Sabal Swinton is a Director, Cinematographer, and Editor from Delray Beach, FL. He's a sucker for anything that's "far-out" or tonally ambiguous. His narrative and experimental works coin on visually atmospheric landscapes tipped in absurdist, dry witted humor inspired from the outcasted corners of internet memes. His formal influences include the works of Yorgos Lanthimos, Charlie Kaufman, Ari Aster, Paul Thomas Anderson, Spike Jonze, Jonathan Glazer, Hiro Murai, Don Hertzfeld, Mike Diva, and Daniels. His downtime involves photography, fitness, and casual gaming on the side.  

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