Jeremy Coon produced and edited Napoleon Dynamite. Napoleon premiered in Dramatic Competition at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival, where it was acquired by Fox Searchlight Pictures and released the following summer; it became one of the most profitable and culturally impactful indie films in history.
In 2006, Jeremy produced and edited The Sasquatch Gang, a teen comedy he co-produced with Academy Award winner Kevin Spacey. Sasquatch won the audience award at the 2006 Slamdance Film Festival as well as Best Director (Tim Skousen) and Best Actor (Justin Long) at the 2006 HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival.
Most recently, Jeremy co-directed and produced the feature-length documentary Raiders! which premiered at the 2015 SXSW Film Festival and was released theatrically by Drafthouse Films to rave reviews in June 2016.
Barry is a producer, director and editor, primarily working in documentary. He has edited several acclaimed feature films, including AMERICAN MOVIE (Sundance Grand Prize Winner, 1999), THE LIFE OF REILLY (SXSW, 2006), THE POOL (Sundance Jury Prize Winner, 2007), COLLAPSE (Toronto Film Festival, 2009), RAIDERS!: THE STORY OF THE GREATEST FAN FILM EVER MADE (SXSW, 2015), and JIM & ANDY – THE GREAT BEYOND (Venice, 2017), which was nominated for a 2018 Emmy for “Outstanding Documentary or Non-Fiction Special.”.
He is also the founder and creative director of the documentary editorial collaborative September.Club, which has edited or collaborated on projects as diverse as ZEDD: TRUE COLORS (LA Film Festival, 2015); THE BLOOD IS AT THE DOORSTEP (SXSW, 2017), and the Netflix multi-part documentary series THE DISAPPEARANCE OF MADELEINE MCCANN (2019).
If you’ve ever heard songs by influential indie band The Promise Ring or his current acclaimed band Maritime, you’ve heard Dan’s music — he was a founding member and drummer for both bands.
Dan’s primary role at September Club is as the Post Production Supervisor, which means that he oversees all editorial projects for the company. So if you’ve ever seen any September Club work, you’ve seen Dan’s editing and storytelling magic at work.
Dan recently produced Don’t Break Down, the story of the seminal punk band Jawbreaker.
Michael directed The 414s for CNN, which premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, was the director of photography on The Jeffrey Dahmer Files, and was the editor on the ESPN 30-for-30 MECCA: The Floor. He recently completed editing a feature documentary on the police shooting of Dontre Hamilton in 2014, The Blood is at The Doorstep, which premiered at the SXSW Film Festival in 2017.
Here is some of Michael’s work.
Erin Elders is a director, writer and editor who studied film / video at Columbia College in Chicago, where he helped found the band Maps & Atlases. The band released two EPs, two full length albums, and toured internationally.
Editing and directing music videos and web content for M&A brought Elders back to the world of filmmaking and he left the band in 2014 to pursue that passion full time.
He recently finished work editing his first feature documentary, Don’t Break Down, the story of the seminal emo-punk band, Jawbreaker.
Amanda Griffin is a film editor based in Los Angeles. Originally from the Midwest, she graduated from The University of Iowa with a BA in Cinema and Comparative Literature in 2010. She found that Filmmaking was a way to combine her interests in fine art, film theory, and photography. She has edited multiple award winning feature-length and short films, including: Animals (2014) SXSW Film Festival Special Jury Award Winner for Courage in Storytelling, A Light Beneath Their Feet (2015) Mill Valley Film Festival Audience Favorite, the documentary The 414’s: The Original Teenage Hackers (2015) Sundance Film Festival, and American Fable, which recently premiered at the 2016 SXSW Film Festival.