Welcome to ZuZu Films
Jorge Agraz (Producer)
Born in Mexico City, Jorge Agraz grew up in the United States and Europe. He made his first film borrowing his friend’s super 8 camera when he was 9 years old. A graduate of Yale University, with degrees in Film Studies and History, Jorge has worked in production on commercials and feature films, including Blade, Thirteen Days, and more recently Evolution. Jorge is also a founding board member of Peace by PEACE, a New York-based non-profit organization which provides conflict resolution education for children in inner-city schools.
Ian Campbell (Director of Photography)
Ian Campbell has been shooting music videos, commercials and short films for the past eleven years. He has won awards, among them Clio and Mobius for his commercials for such products as Coke, Levis, Audi, Budweiser, Die Hard, Roxy, and the Palm Theatre. His short films have been seen nationwide in film festivals and have received many accolades, including a Student Academy Award nomination in 2000. Ian has a B.A. in film from Art Center College of Design.
Rachel Tejada (Editor)
Currently on tour with the punk rock band Rancid, Rachel Tejada is filming a behind-the-scenes documentary for their newly released album, Indestructible. Most recently she edited their music video “Fall Back Down.” She has also been a freelance producer and editor for Warner Bros, Disney, Fox, Playboy TV and MTV2. In 2001 she co-founded the digital film collective Group 101 Films (www.group101films.com), which encourages filmmakers to “Get Off Their Ass” and make movies each month. She is a graduate of Cal State LA and got her start with IFP/West’s Project Involve, a mentor program that matched her with music video and feature film director Tamra Davis (Billy Madison, Crossroads) on such films as Half Baked.
Woody Pak (Composer)
Award winning composer and producer Woody Pak has composed works for feature films, documentaries, commercials, and musical theater. A graduate of MIT and Juillard, his feature film works have garnered critical acclaim internationally and include Miss Monday, Southern Heart, and Oksu-tang, as well as the documentaries The Chinatown Files, E-Dreams and Black Pickett Fences. Woody is also an accomplished guitarist and producer, helping develop new talent and performing regularly throughout New York, Asia, and Los Angeles. Woody resides in Los Angeles with his wife and son.
John Morris (Sound Design)
John Morris is a motion picture sound editor with an abiding interest in non verbal communication. He’s recent credits include The Alamo, League of Extraordinary Gentleman, X-Men 2, and Baraka.
Mary Lou Lim (Costume Designer)
At a young age, Mary Lou Lim knew she wanted to be a costume designer. She moved to LA in 1980 and got her feet wet as a PA on low budget films. Her first big break was working on the Mad TV pilot which led to a 3 year stint on the series. Soon after she started working closely with costume designer Sharon Davis and others on such films as Thirteen Days, Nutty Professor II, Double Take, High Crimes, Antwone Fisher, Starsky and Hutch, and currently Sleepover. Between projects she designs for commercials, independent features (Smiling Fish & Goat on Fire) and short films.
Julia Hanna (Production Designer)
Julia Hanna has been designing for over 20 years. Trained in Europe, her impressive background includes production design, set decoration, interior design and home staging. Getting her start in the theater with wardrobe design, she worked her way into commercials, music videos and independent films. Julia uses her worldwide travels to influence her work and loves the creative freedom of working between set design and wardrobe.
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