During the first year that I lived in the
apartment, people would tell me that the
Ravenites were the MAFIA and I didn’t
believe them. I thought they looked like
people who wished they were in the mafia
but didn’t have the nerve or the intelligence.

Alec Wilkinson, Writer

My windows looked right down on the
Ravenite Club.
At first I remember them wearing hard-sole
dress shoes, but later that changed to track-
suits and sneakers and, boy, later, I wouldn’t
be surprised if they were wearing shorts and
flip-flops, you know?

Jim Jarmusch, Filmmaker


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Somehow this group of unskilled Italians
has managed to preserve a secret criminal
society powerful enough to control labor
unions,businesses, and even politicians.
It’s mind- boggling.

Bruce Mouw, FBI C-16, “Gambino Squad”
  • Dennis


    Dennis Mohr is an award-winning documentary film producer and director. He produced the acclaimed feature documentary “Remembering Arthur” about Canadian filmmaker, Arthur Lipsett, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2006 and the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 2007. In 2011 he produced, “Disfarmer: A Portrait of America”, about the life and work of eccentric Arkansas portrait photographer,Mike Disfarmer. His latest documentary, “MUGSHOT”, premiered at Hot Docs in 2014, and received a Golden Sheaf award for Best Arts & Culture Documentary at the Yorkton Film Festival in 2014.




  • Dan

    Producer/Art Director/Co-creator

    Dan Cremin is an awarding winning photographer and multidisciplinary artist. His portrait photography has garnered a National Magazine Award and recognition from the Advertsing and Design Club of Canada, and Applied Arts Magazine. Dan worked as art director and new media consultant on the Public Pictures film, “Disfarmer: A Portrait of America”.




  • Morgan

    Producer/Co-Director/Director of Photography

    Morgan Schmidt-Feng, the founder of Filmsight Productions, is an award-winning director, producer and cinematographer for TV, documentaries, and independent feature films. His feature documentary, On Her Own, premiered at the 2015 Slamdance Film Festival and had its international premiere at Hot Docs in Toronto. Morgan won the 2011 regional Emmy® for Best Documentary for The Next Frontier, a TV documentary about solutions for climate change. Morgan’s feature film experience began as an actor and associate producer on Morgan’s Cake, a collaboration with his father and the film’s director, Rick Schmidt. Morgan lives in his hometown of Berkeley, California and graduated from CCA in Oakland.




  • Katy

    Producer/Story Editor

    Katy is an audio and film producer based in Toronto. She helped produce the TV documentary series Absolutely Canadian, and the national competition series Short Film Face Off, both for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). She is currently developing a feature documentary with In Sync Media and documentary Channel. Katy is the associate producer of a literary program on CBC Radio One, and the producer of a human rights-focused podcast called The Hum (www.thehumpodcast.com).

  • Rob

    Supervising Editor

    A graduate of York University and the International Academy of Design and Technology, Rob Ruzic has been editing documentaries and factual TV since 2001. His films have screened at film festivals such as Toronto International Film Festival, Hot Docs, Vancouver International Film Festival and The Viennale and broadcast on CITY-TV, BRAVO!, TVO, PBS and HISTORY. He has also edited series that have aired on The Discovery Channel, Space, The A-Channel and The Outdoor Channel. His work on the documentary series “Fanboy Confessional” earned him a Canadian Cinema Editing Awards nomination for Best Editing. For Storyline Entertainment Rob edited “The Real Sherlock Holmes” which received a 2014 Canadian Screen Awards Best Arts Program nomination. Rob edited “Remembering Arthur”, “Disfarmer: A Portrait of America”, and “MUGSHOT” for Public Pictures.

  • Will


    Since graduating in 2011, from San Francisco State University, Will Nold has worked on experimental and documentary film projects that have screened at theaters around the San Francisco Bay Area. Outside of solo projects, Will has worked with organizations such as the Solano Transportation Authority and Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund (DREDF), as well as local production companies Skydojo Media and Filmsight Productions.
    He graduated with a BA from San Francisco State University’s Cinema program.

  • Kim

    Sound Designer

    Kim B. Christensen was born and raised in Denmark, the son of a playwright and theatre director. As a trained classical musician who loved movies, he discovered that adding sounds to images was a natural creative progression. Kim has worked as a sound designer, sound editor, re-recording mixer, Foley walker and sound supervisor for over 20 years.
    Kim has done award-nominated sound work for films like “Seven” and “Fly Away Home” worked with director’s like Gore Verbinski, Tom Hooper and Neill Blomkamp. His accolades include winning best sound design awards at the London International Advertising Awards, the New York Festivals, the Chicago International Film Festival and a 2012 AICP award for Best Sound Design.

  • Alix

    Executive Producer

    Alix Lambert’s feature length documentary The Mark of Cain was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award, received an honorable mention from the French Association of Journalism, and aired on Nightline. She has directed and produced two other feature length documentaries; Bayou Blue (made in collaboration with David McMahon) and Mentor. Lambert wrote Episode 6, season 3 of Deadwood: “A Rich Find” (for which she was nominated for a WGA award) and was a staff writer and associate producer on John From Cinicinnati.
    She is the author of four books: Mastering The Melon, The Silencing, Russian Prison Tattoos, and Crime. She has conceived of and directed two original series for MOCAtv; Crime: The Animated Series and Ambiance Man. Additionally she conceived of and directed the forthcoming Prison Zoo. Lambert has received numerous residencies and fellowships. In Oct she was a visiting Fellow at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge and is currently The Booth Tarkington Writer in Residence at Butler University for the 2014-15 school year.

  • Fred

    Executive Producer

    Mr. Fuchs is an independent Television and Film Producer and media consultant based in Toronto. His focus is developing, financing, and producing motion pictures and television series for an international audience.After graduating from Wesleyan University, Mr. Fuchs began his career in television producing award-winning series including Faerie Tale Theater. He then moved into features, producing for Francis Ford Coppola, and soon became President of American Zoetrope, Coppola’s production company.
    For 12 years Fuchs was President of American Zoetrope Studios and was Executive Producer of many features including THE GODFATHER PART III, BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA, THE SECRET GARDEN, DON JUAN DEMARCO, THE VIRGIN SUICIDES, THE FLORENTINE and JOHN GRISHAM’S THE RAINMAKER. While at Zoetrope Fuchs also started a TV division and was Executive Producer for internationally successful mini series THE ODYSSEY, MOBY DICK and KIDNAPPED.
    Mr. Fuchs has been nominated for a number of prestigious awards, including two Golden Globes, two Emmys and an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture.

  • Alec

    Writer/Special Consultant

    According to The Philadelphia Inquirer he is among the “first rank of” contemporary American (20th Century and early 21st Century) “literary journalists…(reminiscent) of Naipaul, Norman Mailer and Agee.” He is the author of ten books including “Midnights,” “Moonshine,” “Big Sugar,” and “My Mentor” to name a few. His most recent book is “The Ice Balloon,” the account of the Swedish visionary aeronaut S.A. Andree’s attempt, in 1897, to discover the North Pole by flying to it in a hydrogen balloon.
    Wilkinson’s honors include a Lyndhurst Prize, a Robert F. Kennedy Book Award and a Guggenheim fellowship. He is married, has a son, and lives in New York City.

I would be a billionaire if I was looking
to be a selfish Boss…All I want is a good
sandwich. You see this sandwich here?
This tuna sandwich?
That’s all I want, a good sandwich.”

John Gotti, Boss of the Gambino Family

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