David Modigliani's first feature documentary CRAWFORD, about the 705-person town George Bush turned into the Western White House, opened at SXSW and played at 33 festivals around the world before making history as the first ever premiere on Hulu. Variety and Premiere called it "poignant" and "compelling." With his partners at Flow Nonfiction, he has most recently created WOUNDED: THE BATTLE BACK HOME, a 12-part documentary series about post-9/11 veterans, which is airing monthly on MSNBC. Modigliani has appeared on CNN and in the Wall St. Journal to discuss his work. He has a BA from Harvard University and an MFA from UT Austin.
Louisiana Kreutz has been producing, editing, and directing in Austin for the last fifteen years. She has edited for director Bradley Beesley, most notably on SWEETHEARTS OF THE PRISON RODEO, which premiered on HBO, and has made several documentaries of her own, including JUNGLE FISH about the changing landscape of Guyana's rain forests, which won the Sundance Institute’s Sustainability Award in 2012, and SPRINGED MIGRATION, a winner of 'Faces of Austin', run by City Hall. Over the years she has also done her fair share of producing reality television, including 'True Life ' and 'Shipping Wars'. Though her full name is Louisiana (she was named for the purchase, not the state), most people call her Lucy.
Yvonne Boudreaux is an art director and set designer for film, dance, and theater. She is currently working as set designer on ABC’s AMERICAN CRIME and just finished art directing on NBC's REVOLUTION. In addition, Yvonne served as a set designer on Robert Rodriguez’s MACHETE and Laika's PARANORMAN. She has production designed for PBS's WAR OF THE WORLDS, Bob Byington’s HARMONY & ME, Mike Dolan's DANCE WITH THE ONE, and Kat Candler's BLACK METAL which have screened at film festivals across the US. She has a Bachelor's of Architecture from Louisiana State University and a Master's in Theatrical Design with a concentration in Set Design from the University of Texas at Austin.
Angela K. Pires has been working with films for longer than her vanity allows her to say. Finding a story hidden behind hours and hours of footage is her most cherished talent, so documentaries are her specialty. THE PRISON AND THE STREET ("Elegantly shot and extremely well-structured documentary... impressive." - Variety), TRASH DANCE (“Magical” – The New York Times), and 61 BULLETS are some of them. But her experience goes beyond documentaries and includes narrative films, online content and commercials. Her work has been screened in festivals around the globe: Berlin Film Festival, SXSW, Lincoln Center’s New Directors/New Films, AFI Docs, Full Frame, Rotterdam, Havana, and That’s All True among many others.
Tanya Schurr is an Austin-based producer who works for Flow Nonfiction, making documentaries for nonprofits and socially conscious companies such as Wounded Warrior Project, Texas Children’s Hospital, and Ford Warriors in Pink. Her passion is helping others achieve their visions. She met both David and Yvonne while pursing her Bachelor's in Arts at the University of Texas at Austin. She was the associate producer of the award-winning documentary, CRAWFORD, and co-producer of the short film, What It’s Like. She is happy to be a part of the 61 BULLETS team and to see this story come to life through both the Weiss and Long families.