Carol Gould - is a Philadelphia-born graduate of Temple University (BA ’76, FBK). From 1981 to 1991 Carol was Drama Commissioning Editor and Senior Script Editor at the British ITV network. Her feature-length documentary, Long Night’s Journey Into Day, premiered at the Berlin Film Festival in 1997. Her book, Spitfire Girls, about the women pilots of the War, was published in the UK in 1998.
Jay Grossman - is Vice President of Sales and Acquisitions at MTI Home Video in Miami, Florida. Joining MTI in 1996, Grossman has more than 12 years’ experience in the home entertainment retail and distribution business. He started his career with TLA Video and graduated from Temple University in 1993.
Michael McGahey - is Senior Vice President of Feature Film Development ay Klasky Csupo, Inc., the production company behind Rugrats, among other productions. Prior to his work at Klasky Csupo, Michael was a VP at Deep River Production and, before that, director of development for David T. Friendly’s Friendly Production. Michael began his career at the William Morris Agency.
Chris Vecchio – New Media Juror - has over 20 years of analog, digital, and software design experience. His work has been exhibited frequently in both the US and Europe. He is currently Chairman of the Board at Nexus, Foundation for Today’s Art and the Director of R&D for Spectrasonics Inc. His work can be found at: www.noisemantra.com
Stephanie Garoian & Ian Markiewicz – 100-level Project Jurors - were Co-Directors of the 2005-2006 NextFrame festival, the largest student film festival in the United States. Ian is completing his second year as a graduate student in Temple’s Film and Media Arts MFA program. Stephanie, also an FMA graduate student, is currently completing her thesis film in the same program.