Eleni Fafoutis caught Agnes' eye in 2014 when she was just 14 years old and launching rockets in the Mojave Desert with her NASA affiliated mentor, Mr. Koepke. Since then Eleni continues to pursue her work in STEM, participating and winning in regional Science and Technology competitions. She always has a busy schedule balancing Honors classes, running her Girls in STEM meetings and rocketry club, as well as participating in rowing, debate club, and her role as a U.N. Youth Ambassador. She is headed off to college in the Fall of 2018.
Agnes Swiercz is a Polish Documentary filmmaker. She has worked as a director on a variety of Feature and TV productions for major European networks including TVN, Polish National Television, and Polsat. Her last documentary At the Edge of Russia won awards at several International festivals, including the Magic Hour Award Planete at the +Doc Film Festival, and both the Jihlava Silver Eye Award and the Golden Pram Award at the Zagreb Film Festival. It was also nominated for the world's best documentary by Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking in New York.
Marcin Kapron is a NYC based cinematographer. He studied Film and Media Production at the New School University in NYC, and later cinematography at the Polish National Film School (PWSFTViT) in Lodz, Poland.
Marcins' body of work includes narrative, documentary, fashion and commercial projects that have brought him all over the world, from medieval castles in Europe, deep into the Amazonian Jungle, to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro.
His lens documents the beauty, sadness, and joy in the everyday lives of various cultures.
Zada Clarke is a New York based producer and writer. She has worked on multiple commercial, narrative and documentary films for organizations and brands such as The National Institute of Mental Health, HBO, and Microsoft.
Fictionless is an Academy Award winning production company based in New York.