Brian David Cange is an award winning producer who most recently co-produced the Liberté: A Time to Spy for director Lydia Dean Pilcher, and the baseball drama Stano for director Raymond DeFelitta.
Cange's film work also includes: Roxanne, Roxanne, sold to Netflix and starring Mahershala Ali, Nia Long, and Elvis Nolasco for director Michael Larnel and Marjorie Prime, starring Jon Hamm, Tim Robbins, and Geena Davis; --both 2017 Sundance Film Festival Selections; Take My Nose...Please!, released by The Orchard won the Audience Award at the Miami Film Festival in 2017; Equity, a 2016 Sundance Film Festival Selection; and the highly acclaimed Mad Hot Ballroom, which earned eight wins and nine nominations at key critics award competitions in 2005/2006.
On the television front, Cange produced Comedy Central's political satire The President Show: Special and National Geographic's series I Am Rebel, the first in a four-part miniseries. He also produced the television movie Footsteps In The Snow for A&E and Lifetime. In the same year, he line produced Emmy-nominated, History Channel mini-series The World Wars and Making Space, a full-length PBS documentary film about five accomplished female architects with renowned producer Ultan Guilfoyle.
Cange is a member of the Producers Guild of America and is represented by Agency for the Performing Arts (APA).
James Fite is a multi-award-winning filmmaker and the founder of Check Your Brain Productions. He has directed many productions ranging from film, corporate promotional videos, scripted film reviews, shorts, and stage plays. He has been involved in several aspects of visual arts, including directing, writing, producing, acting, editing, music scoring, set design, cinematography and special effects. At one point he worked in the video game industry as story writer, level designer, model builder, texture artist and composer.
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