Ashley Archer Tindall is a documentary film director/producer, entrepreneur and an adventurous nerd. She is obsessed with introducing people to each other through their stories. She most recently directed “27 Months”, a documentary that witness the personal transformations of three Peace Corps volunteers as they serve in Azerbaijan, Liberia and the Philippines. At Film Archer in North Carolina, she creates translational content for major research universities and non-profits. She has also produced for National Geographic, HBO and other independent filmmakers in San Francisco an Los Angeles. She is a graduate of the Documentary Film and Video MA program at Stanford University and the Luskin School of Public Affairs at the University of California, Los Angeles. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Chicago and lived and studied in Dakar, Senegal and Paris, France. She is a political animal, but loves her dog (and husband) even more than politics. Full CV.
Gianluca Corinaldesi, Assistant Producer, is an Italian filmmaker who directed, produced and edited seven narrative short movies, two documentaries, four art-videos and a radio-drama, while also working as an Assistant Director for major Italian movie and theater productions (Roberto Benigni, Luca Ronconi). Gianluca relocated to the US in 2008, working as a journalist and video producer in San Francisco and Los Angeles. In recent years, he has created everything from reportage to promotional content for events, musicians and television series, personal video profiles to infomercials and art pieces. He also collaborated on “Default, the Student Loan Documentary” and “Way of the Warthogs” and Olympia Stone’s “Curious Worlds: the Art and Imagination of David Beck”.