writer & director
Paul Harrill's work has screened at film festivals, museums, and on television around the world. His short films include Gina, An Actress, Age 29, which won the Jury Prize in Short Filmmaking at the Sundance Film Festival and, Quick Feet, Soft Hands, a co-production with the Independent Television Service, starring Greta Gerwig. Harrill's work has been supported by the Sundance Institute, the Independent Filmmaker Project, and ITVS, among others. Something, Anything is his debut feature.
Raised in Tokyo, Japan, and currently based out of Washington D.C., Kunitaro Ohi’s credits include three features and numerous short films, including Christopher Munch’s ITVS-produced FutureStates episode Return to Elektra Springs and Chris Sheriden’s festival hit Beta to the Max, starring Todd Rohal.
Ashley Maynor was named the Sundance Institute's Sheila C. Johnson Creative Producing Fellow for 2012-13. Other productions include Cameron Nelson’s Some Beasts and Paul Harrill's Quick Feet, Soft Hands, co-produced with ITVS. As a director, her most recent film is the documentary For Memories' Sake, which screened at several festivals, the Library of Congress, and on the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers, among other venues.
Jennifer Lilly began her career in the cutting rooms of some of New York’s most esteemed filmmakers, including Woody Allen, Martin Scorsese, and Sidney Lumet. Her credits as an Editor include The One I Love, Electrick Children, Helena From The Wedding, and Were The World Mine, which earned Lilly the Best Editing award at the Woodstock Film Festival.