Airing during the Ridgefield, CT Independent Film Festival 18-21 October 2018!

  • Our Documentary Team

    Jan Turnquist, Host/Director/Co-Executive Producer

    Jan Turnquist

    Host / Director / Co-Executive Producer


    Jan has been Executive Director of Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House since 1999, recently served as historical consultant to the Masterpiece Little Women miniseries (2018), and is also an internationally acclaimed portrayer of Louisa May Alcott.  In addition to educational outreach for Young Audiences of Massachusetts, Jan has portrayed "Miss Alcott" throughout the United States, for First Lady Laura Bush, and across Japan -- where she was invited to the Imperial Palace to meet Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko due to the Empress' abiding appreciation of Little Women.

    Justin King, Co-Executive Producer

    Justin King

    Co-Executive Producer


    A graduate of the American Film Institute, Justin has produced and directed short films in Los Angeles, a documentary in Scotland, and a feature film in New York.  An English Literature major at the University of Chicago, he has also written several screenplays and contributed heavily to the treatment for our documentary.

    Rob Mast, Producer

    Rob Mast

    Producer


    A Communications graduate of Penn State, Rob subsequently studied filmmaking at Boston University’s Center for Digital Imaging Arts.  He has directed and produced both short films and documentaries, including 2013’s Berkshire International Film Festival selection, “The Spirit of Meenakshi.”  Rob currently serves as a Producer for the PI Agency in Lexington, Massachusetts

    Sam Krueger, Editor/Cinematographer

    Sam Krueger

    Editor / Cinematographer


    A Concord, Massachusetts native, Sam is most noted for his work on The Equalizer (2014) and Inside Job (2010), but has been involved with dozens of short films as well.  His latest short comedy drama, (Wait for Laugh) (2018), debuted at the 24th Palm Springs International Short Film Festival in June of 2018.

    Lone Wolf Media, Production Company

    Lone Wolf Media

    Production Company


    Founded in 1997 by Kirk and Lisa Wolfinger, Lone Wolf Media is a nationally and internationally  acclaimed, multiple award-winning  independent television production company with a longstanding reputation for developing and producing programming across a wide variety of genres for most major networks and leading cable outlets.  Independently and together, Kirk and Lisa have become recognized leaders in the field of factual entertainment.

    Written Out Loud

    Storytelling Company


    Written Out Loud was founded in 2017 by Joshua Shelov, a multiple Emmy Award-winning writer, director, and filmmaker.  Josh's major works include The Story of Diana (2017), The Last Ring Home (2016), The Best and the Brightest (2011), and Green Street Hooligans (2005). He is also an adjunct professor in the Film Department at Yale University.