Director and ProducerChristine Turner
Christine is an independent filmmaker based in New York. As a researcher and producer, she has contributed to numerous documentaries for PBS, HBO and OWN, having worked with Bill Moyers, Lisa Ling and others. In addition, her short fiction films have screened at the Tribeca Film Festival, San Francisco International Film Festival and on PBS. Homegoings is Christine's feature directorial debut.
Marshall is a New York-based cinematographer who shoots on both film and video. In addition to his commercial work for clients such as Citibank, Johnson & Johnson and Sotheby’s, he has lensed a variety of documentaries and non-fiction television series for the likes of History Channel, Bravo and Food Network.
Sonejuhi is a New York-based editor with the international company Final Cut, where she's edited high profile music videos and award-winning ad campaigns, such as "Keep A Child Alive," winner of two Gold Lions at Cannes. Working alongside directors as diverse as Harmony Korine, Julie Taymor and Mike Maguire, she easily alternates between the commercial, narrative and non-fiction worlds.
Original MusicDaniel Roumain
Daniel Roumain’s acclaimed work as a composer and a performer has spanned more than two decades, and has been commissioned by venerable artists and institutions worldwide. Proving that he’s “about as omnivorous as a contemporary artist gets” (New York Times), Roumain is perhaps the only composer whose collaborations span the worlds of Philip Glass, Bill T. Jones and Lady Gaga.
Isaiah Owens is a funeral director in Harlem with over 40 years of experience. Originally from South Carolina, Mr. Owens moved to New York in 1968 to train as a mortician at the age of 17. In addition to being recognized as a superb embalmer and restorative artist, he has since earned a number of awards for his contributions to the community. Along with his wife Lillie, he runs Owens Funeral Home, "where beauty softens your grief."
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