David Rosler - Writer/Producer/Director
David Rosler has written and will produce and direct the studio's features (3 screenplays are polished, budgeted and partially designed, 2 more are in stages of completion), as well as ensuring the creation of the visual effects required to tell the studio's unique visual stories effectively and realistically. David has over 35 years experience in the industry as the producer, director, animator, storyboard artist/director and creator of special effects. David Rosler's unusually diverse cinematic career highlights include Writer/producer/ director, H.G. Welles' The First Men In the Moon (3D feature); Alien's, Dinosaurs, Mythology & Us (3D series pilot, accepted by the now-defunct Panasonic 3D TV channel); Producer/Director Saturday Morning (romantic comedy feature, Vivendi Universal); storyboards/character design Everyone's Hero (feature, 20th Century Fox); Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers ( syndicated TV series, ITC Entertainment); Much high-end creative work (directing, producing, storyboards, special effects) for many TV commercial spots, J. Walter Thompson, Sachi & Sachi, others); Special Effects Alive planetarium laser disc series continues to be regarded as best in industry; more. See a larger encapsulation of David Rosler's career highlights at DAVID ROSLER.COM. NOTE: Apparently there are a few people in the motion picture industry named David Rosler. To avoid confusion, here is the website for the studio's Founder, David Rosler
Associate Producer - New York City / Hollywood
A 40-year NYC screenwriter, Producer and Director, and good friend of David Rosler for about that long, Roy dreamed up and wrote the original screenplay "The Substitute" which was the number 1 box office winner when it was released and spawned 3 sequels as well writing literally dozens of others; wrote and produced the cult, multi-award-winning "Street Trash" which premiered at the prestigious Lincoln Center; wrote, produced and directed the sensitive documentary about Downs Syndrome, "Burt's Bikers" for NBC television; wrote, produced and directed the award-winning comprehensive documentary study of independent film-making in the US, focusing on the career of director and good friend, the late, legendary George Romero, "Document of the Dead" (pulling the title from the classic "Night of the Living Dead" series of motion pictures Romero Produced and Directed). From 1985 to 1994 Roy co-produced and co-directed the extremely prestigious annual D.W.Griffith Awards Ceremony, working directly with the likes of Paul Newman, Bette Davis, William Hurt, Steven Spielberg, Kirk And Michael Douglas, Sidney Poitier, Jodie Foster and Sean Connery and a very long list of other legends. Since 1953, the D.W. Griffith Award was one of the most prestigious prizes second to the Oscars, given for lifetime achievement to such cinematic luminaries as Frank Capra, Orson Welles and Alfred Hitchcock. Few people on the east coast are as well-connected as Roy, who will be working to bring top talent behind and in front of the cameras for the Studio in both the New York and at the studio. Roy was a 30- year member of the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures. He wrote for the oldest film journal in the United States, Films In Review (established in 1919) for over 20 years before purchasing the magazine in 1996, which he still owns, is still editor-in-chief and for which David Rosler now serves as Special Contributing Editor. Appropriate for the studio, one of Roy's all-time favorite motion pictures is The Ten Commandments, and he is pleased to be contributing his considerable skill and talent to a "very worthwhile and extremely exciting project".
Michael Prescott - Additional Screenplay Material
While Writer/Producer/Director David Rosler continued to expand and fine-tune the Orbiter screenplay, David reached out to his old friend, New York Times bestselling thriller novelist Michael Prescott, who agreed to join forces with David, helping to increase the range and suspense of the story. Michael's flair for creating imaginative scenarios to build audience suspense and excitment is well-documented in his many very successful crime and thriller novels. Like David and Roy, Michael is a fan of the works of Ray Harryhausen, George Pal and the best of the genre thrillers; in other words, this team understands the genre, and in a thriller like Orbiter, it helps immeasuably when all hands are on the same page and extremely gifted in their areas of expertise, something no one should assume is happening from the mainstream Hollywood product, frankly. The Orbiter screenplay looks to be shaping up as the finest and most intense story put to screen in ages. Michael is not only a New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author but is deservedly currently one of the top-selling ebook authors in the United States.
Dr. Daniel Godsil, Composer
Dr. Godsil, who holds a Doctorate in Philosophy for Music from the University of California at Davis, is a brilliant composer/conductor of chamber, orchestral, vocal, electronic, and film music. His music has been described by the San Francisco Classical Voice as having an “intense dramatic narrative.” Notable performers of Daniel's compositions include the Metropolitan Orchestra of Saint Louis, the Knox-Galesburg Symphony, the University Symphony Orchestra at California State University, Fullerton and the Nova Singers, among others. Recent film scores include the PBS documentary “Boxcar People,” Man Ray’s 1926 silent film “Emak-Bakia” and three of David Rosler's productions; H.G. Wells’s “The First Men in the Moon,” "Aliens, Dinosaurs, Mythology and Us". Remarkably gifted, Daniel's Quintet for Woodwinds won first prize in the 2004 Fisher Young Composer’s Competition. His choral works are published by Alliance Music Publishing and NoteNova Publishing. Daniel was for several years the organist at his church before leaving Illinois.
Lonny Buinis - Technical/Scientific Adviser
Astronomical expert Lonny Buinis is one of David Rosler's oldest and closest friends. A small observatory was recently named after Lonny, so well-respected is he in his field. With degrees in physics, computer sciences and mathematics, he ran one of the most technologically advanced planetariums in the United States. Lonny is also a ranking member of the International Astronomical Artists Association. As The studio's science adviser, Lonny will make sure that all technical and scientific facts and references in the studio's motion pictures are one-hundred-percent accurate, and even the science fiction is, technically speaking, all science and no fiction. It was their collaboration which resulted in David Rosler's extremely successful laserdisc series for the planetarium industry, “Special Effects Alive” regarded the world over as the best-ever product of its kind. Already Lonny's expertise has helped craft one of Orbiter's most surprising and exciting plot twists. Lonny is a popular and much-sought-after speaker at scientific shows and conventions, sometimes speaking to audiences in the largest venues. Obviously respected and much-admired within the astronomical scientific community, Lonny and can be relied upon to make sure the studio's often scientific aspects are grounded and accurate.
Mark Southerland - Second Unit Producer/Director, London/Paris/Europe
Mark is a British Art Director, production designer and Director working primarily at the venerable BBC. A desire to enter the Christian filmmaking community has led Mark to offer his services as Second Unit director, handling all of the European scenes for Orbiter according to David's script, direction, and storyboards, allowing orbiter to not simply mimic what happens around the world, but stage these events in the actual locations. Mark's Art Direction includes the BBC version of HG Well's The First Men In The Moon (Not to be confused with David Rosler's production of the same book and name, 2 years earlier); Gulliver's Travels (20th Century Fox); White Angel; London Spy (BBC TV series); Legacy (TV Movie BBC); many other TV movies, series and specials. His highly diverse talents in television and motion pictures make him an ideal choice to oversee the second unit work in Europe.
Already this highly impressive team of seasoned and hugely talented professionals are networking to get others involved in every way. 2nd Unit work on Orbiter the final feature is being created and the range and power of the output seems to grow noticeably stronger every day. Soon, David Rosler Christian Motion Picture Studios will be a force to be reckoned with at any level of the industry
Cleo - Studio Mascot and Love Ambassador
As Love Ambassador whose job is to melt the hearts of all creatives and visitors. Cleo, a Lady with many years experience in warmer emotions, is excellent at the job she loves!
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