Social justice documentaries with a twist.
Atticus Marron is Junior at Portsmouth Abbey High School, where he performs with the Abbey Singers and Enharmonix, the Jazz ensemble. He is also active with the Abbey Players, and recently portrayed Philo Farnsworth in the school production of Aaron Sorkin’s The Farnsworth Invention and Conrad Birdie in Bye Bye Birdie. He is the lead singer and bass guitarist in the Lotus Eaters band.
Director Julie Marron earned her MBA at the University of Chicago and spent years working as a strategy and management consultant prior to her film career. Her documentaries have won awards in film festivals across the country including First Prize for the Providence Film Festival Award at the Rhode Island International Film Festival.
Ami studied communications at Purdue University and Law at the University of Massachusetts and UC Berkeley. She is an avid sailor and spent five years traversing the globe on her Ketch. has a strong track record in business development and strategic corporate sales. She has spent more than a decade developing strategic technology solutions for corporate clients.
Lila is currently based in New York City where she contributes to several arts-based initiatives in South Street Seaport. Lila was a key player on the Economic Development team that revitalized the Historic Shockoe Bottom neighborhood of Richmond, Virginia and the Director of Special Programs and Events for the 17th Street Farmers' Market.
Lila has a degree in Mathematics and Philosophy from St. Johns College in Santa Fe and an Masters of Education from Salem-Teikyo University.