Louise Hogarth is an Academy Award winning filmmaker. Her documentaries provide a platform for very difficult subjects and have dealt with such issues as HIV/AIDS, ORPHANS and LGBT rights. Her work brings to light true stories about people and events with the intention of inspiring a call to action and accelerating social change.
Hogarth is the founder of Dream Out Loud Films and the DO Ubuntu Orphan Bracelet Campaign a revenue-generating project that employs women living with HIV/AIDS in South Africa and supports two orphanages. She supports 175 orphans in Africa from money generated from the sale of the DO Ubuntu bracelets.
Lynn Webb has produced several award-winning feature films and documentaries including, among others, A Dog Named Gucci, Empowerment Project: Ordinary Women Doing Extraordinary Things, Love & Taxes, Walter: Lessons From The World’s Oldest People and Seducing Charlie Barker. Lynn is currently in post- production on Olympia Dukakis: Undefined, and Midsummer in Newtown. She is also in production on Zombie Holiday, an animated feature film scheduled for release in 2017. Lynn is a passionate animal rights activist and strives to make films which shed light on these difficult issues.
Mario Del Bello
Mario Del Bello’s career spans 15 years beginning with the award-winning documentary, The Gift. After his second documentary, Angels In the Dust, he transitioned to Network shows Driving Force, Faking It and BBQ With Bobby Flay. From there he spent 7 years at ABC with Desperate Housewives, Extreme Makeover, Pan Am and Dancing with the Star before moving to the Hallmark Channel as promo/trailer editor for their long list of films. After another documentary Take Me Home Huey, he went back to Network TV working on Logo’s critically acclaimed Finding Prince Charming. His career continues to deliver, driven by his motto to materialize dreams and bring story to life.