Jonathan Kray

Writer / Director / Dreamer

Jonathan has been directing music videos, ad campaigns, films and game cinematics for over 18 years. He worked as a cinematics director on the Emmy-award winning game Horizon Zero Dawn and also sharpened his teeth working as an editor, cameraman and animation director. His raw self-reflection, black humor and insatiable curiosity made him survive working in the media industry while going through his own self-discovery. Jonathan is now using this experience to translate stories that make you think through humor and fun. He believes if a story can make you laugh you are more likely to accept any deeper message. He is working on this documentary and a black comedy feature film about the same subject. 


Jorge Andrade

Writer / Director / Dreamer

Jorge brings a diverse background of experiences in business, design and filmmaking. His curiosity for self-expression through the arts began at an early age studying and working as an actor in New Orleans. Further honing his craft and skills for filmmaking in Los Angeles he realised there had to be a different way. After consulting for and collaborating with visionary artists and filmmakers he created a holistic film production experience where co-creation and intuitive filmmaking take centre stage. Now he and creative partner, Jonathan Kray, have co-founded a revolutionary film studio where original and entertaining content questions the status quo and where true creativity can thrive between cast and crew.


Sandra Roggermann

creative Producer

Sandra is a professionally trained intuitive coach. She has a history of building creative and conscious networks and is excited to take her passion to the next level. Having been on the path of self discovery for what seem to be lifetimes, she now loves to tell this story and make it emotionally and humoristically available to a broad audience. Staying grounded and joyful in this reality is a fun challenge for her. She will help the directors produce their vision, help with the interviews and will write a book filled with all the interviewees wisdom. After all wouldn’t it be a shame to loose even the tiniest detail to the films editing process?