Writer /Producer/ Director
L. Elizabeth Powers has an MA and MFA from Wilkes University in Playwriting and Screenwriting. She has worked as a script reader and judge, most recently acting as a first and second round judge for the NYC Midnight screenplay competition. Her own scripts have placed in or won numerous contests. In addition to writing, she has worked for over 12 years in the visual effects industry  (for studios like Sony, Factory FX, Worldwide FX and many more) and studied and worked in film, animation and theatre for over fifteen years.  In addition to winning multiple awards for The Importance of Sex Education, she also recently took first place at the Film Crash Screenplay contest  2015 with her feature dramedy Who I am Now.

Producer/Asst. Director
Christine Chen is the founder of Moth to Flame Films in Austin, Texas. She has produced and directed several short films, including "A Bird's Nest" which was a top five finalist in the 2014 Louisiana Film Prize, and "Two Roads" which has garnered numerous awards and nominations since it hit the festival circuit in the fall of 2015.  Her feature film Funemployment is currently in post production.  Christine has recently won numerous awards for her own projects including Best Short Film and Best Director  for her short film Blind Date Rules at Austin Comedy Film Festival 2015.

Assistant Producer/2nd AD, Shreveport
Ariane Perideaux is a Louisiana native and a professional actress who has been acting since her college days. She has worked backstage in theatre, behind the camera on film sets and on the technical side of...a lot of things! She is excited to embark on this new journey with The Importance of Sex Education.

Director of Photography Alex Walker is an Austin, Texas based filmmaker specializing in Cinematography and Color Correction. Alex has shot several feature films as well as national and regional ad campaigns. His work won the award for Best Cinematography at the Sunset Int'l FF in 2012 for the feature film No One Will Know. Alex's list of work includes HGTV, Hewlett Packard, Nissan, VICE HBO as well as several well known Republican and Democratic political candidates.


Visual Effects Supervisor
James Going has worked in feature film visual effects at major Hollywood studios in the US and Canada. Some of his work can be seen in the recently released Godzilla, and Goosebumps

Art & Wardrobe/Business Mgr.
Denise Hutto 

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