Roberto Girault is a Mexican film director/writer who studied law, production, screenwriting and film directing at Vancouver Film School. Some of his work includes the documentaries Under Vietnam's Sun (2003) and Generation of 85 (2005). In 2006, he helped produce Guadalupe, a Spanish-Mexican film about Our Lady of Guadalupe, while in 2008 he directed his first work in the field of feature films, El Estudiante (The Student), which enjoyed a record string of 24 weeks in the theater and became the number one DVD sold in 2010.
Paul Hertel, founder of Higher Mass Media, is an actor and producer focused on documentaries, spiritually-driven media and experiential events. He merges his passion for education with theater and executive training to develop outreach and communications for corporations, non-profits and philanthropists.
A veteran of lifestyle publishing, he was a staff reporter and research editor for Martha Stewart and Time, Inc. magazines. Over the past 20 years he has had the opportunity to work with thought leaders, actors,
entrepreneurs, ministers, writers, artists and healers in Los Angeles, New York and Chicago.
A healer and ordained Interfaith minister, his intercessor in healing prayer is the Blessed Mother which connects him with his Catholic roots.
Dennis Crow grew up in a Catholic household on the outskirts of Philadelphia in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. He attended film school at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. With over 30 years of industry experience, Dennis credits his production involvement in Manhattan for developing his management style, communication skills, and set etiquette. He has worked on over 1000 productions ranging from television commercials and music videos, to features and television programs.
Dennis’ ability to schedule projects tightly is complimented by his perspective to provide creative
Brian Kennelly is the author of two novels, Two Statues (Saint Benedict Press 2012) and To the Heights:
A Novel based on the Life of Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati (TAN Books, 2014). He is also the co-author of
a third non-fiction title, Doors of Mercy: A Journey through Salvation History (Saint Benedict Press, 2016).
In 2015, he was the feature presenter of a video lecture series from TAN Books, titled, The Story of the Bible, a Bible history curriculum for middle school children, and in 2016 he founded Mystical Rose Films. Brian currently lives in Charlotte, NC with his wife and three children.
solutions when the unexpected occurs. Whether working with complex stunts, extremely large groups of people, or intimate scenes with fragile actors, Dennis is always the calm eye of the storm. He now resides in Los Angeles and has worked in every major US market, plus Europe and China. Dennis is a member of the Director's Guild of America and has most recently served as the First Assistant Director for two TV series, the political comedy Graves (Epix, 2016), and the mystery thriller Dig (USA Network, 2015). For a complete list of Dennis' credits, please visit his IMDB page.
His second directorial effort in 2011 was the Mexican political drama Ella y el Candidato. In 2013 he directed Ilusiones S.A., his third feature film. The period romantic drama was named by many critics as the best Mexican movie of 2015. Roberto is the co-founder of Halo Studio, a production company and film studio. He currently lives in Los Angeles with his family.