Robert H. Lieberman
Robert H. Lieberman is a best-selling novelist and film director. He is also a longtime member of the Physics faculty at Cornell University.
Mr. Lieberman has six published novels, his newest is The Boys Of Truxton.
His previous film, They Call It Myanmar, was a New York Times Critics Pick and was named one of the top dozen films of 2012 by Roger Ebert.
They Call It Myanmar (Documentary feat. Aung San Suu Kyi)
Last Stop Kew Gardens (American children of Holocaust survivors)
Faces In A Famine (PBS film covering 1985 Ethiopian famine)
BoyceBall (Film depicting the creation of an original ballet)
Green Lights (Comedy)
Home: Ithaca FilmWorks
Deborah C. Hoard
Deborah C. Hoard has been a producer and director at PhotoSynthesis Productions for 25 years. With a strong focus on social justice, her work has won more than 100 international and national media awards.
Deborah was co-producer of They Call it Myanmar: Lifting the Curtain, which the late Roger Ebert called “a thing of beauty… a documentary with all the virtues of a great feature film.”
CIVIL WARRIORS, her most recent film, explores the experiences of 2 black families from upstate New York whose men enlisted in the U.S. Colored Troops and fought in the Civil War.
Her recent documentary RE:THINKING asks the question, “What if we taught
students HOW to think insteadof WHAT to think?” The film shows the powerful, positive change that occurs when teachers and students work together to build knowledge instead of memorize
David Kossack is a graduate of Ithaca College’s Park School of Communications. Since joining PhotoSynthesis Productions he has worked as an editor and videographer on numerous PSP projects, including editing the award-winning documentary They Call it Myanmar: Lifting the Curtain.
David is also actively involved with The Actor’s Workshop of Ithaca where he teaches acting and has directed several stage productions for the Workshop’s theater company.
Scott Hitz is a Director, Producer, Puppeteer, and educator whose work has been seen worldwide. His company, PuppHitz, is dedicated to promoting the art of puppetry, and to expanding the idea of what that art form can do. He has been honored with the position of Artist in Residence at the Eugene O’Neil Theater Center summer puppetry program, and his work has taken him to Korea as part of the Chunchon International Festival for Puppetry. Scott has also been the recipient of a Henson seed grant for his production Ursa Major: The Voice of the Bear.