Ms. Lundberg has been active in cultural arts media for over twenty years. Prior to founding RED DORY PRODUCTIONS, LLC in 2002, she was Corporate Vice-President of Public Media Incorporated [PMI], a worldwide multimedia distribution company based in Chicago, Illinois. In this capacity, she was involved with acquisitions and development for PBS and cable programming where PMI was a co-producer/distributor. Among the major series she worked on are: The Face of Russia, with Librarian of Congress, James Billington [WETA, Washington DC PBS]; Heritage: Civilization and the Jews [WNET, New York PBS]; The Prize: The Epic Quest for Oil, Money and Power based on Daniel Yergin’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book [WGBH, Boston PBS]; and Vietnam: A Television History, based on the award-winning book by Stanley Karnow [WGBH].
Prior to serving as Vice-President of PMI, Ms. Lundberg was Executive Director of Home Vision Entertainment, PMI’s arm for fine arts and special interest programming. She oversaw sales, marketing and acquisitions. Working closely with major cultural institutions and special interest groups, she helped to pioneer new channels of distribution for cultural arts programming. In 1990, she was invited to join the Rockefeller Foundation Task Force on Independent Film and Video Production and Distribution. The recommendations of the task force created National Video Resources which is now know as Renew Media.
Christine Lundberg is a graduate of Northwestern University. She received her Ph.D. from the School of Communications in 1982.
Rawn Fulton is President of SEARCHLIGHT FILMS, Bernardston, MA. He is an award-winning filmmaker and editor with more that thirty years of experience in all aspects of film and video production. Utilizing the technical, aesthetic and humanistic potential of these mediums, he has worked on environmental, corporate, educational, artistic and visionary productions.
He has created documentaries on a wide range of subjects e.g. world population and the environment [Sustainable Loves, Attainable Dreams], traditions of American agriculture [Root Hog or Die], tribal village life in India [Sun River], educational institutions [Eaglebrook School, Wooster School, The Masters School, Hoosac School], drug addiction [Choosing Success, Straight Talk], ancient cultures [Ancient Egypt, Twice Upon a Caravan, The Shadow of Another Man], philosophical and poetic texts [Voltaire-Jefferson, Louise Nevelson: Geometry + Magic, Illuminated Manuscripts] and international good will and cultural exchange [Beijing Diary, Cuba Chronicle, Crossroads Italy-for the Boys Club of New York] and author profiles [Eric Carle: Picture Writer-winner of the Carnegie Gold Medal for Excellence, and Patricia Polacco: Dream-Keeper]. Mr. Fulton’s complete filmography is available upon request.
Rawn Fulton is a graduate of Columbia University (B.A., French,1968), after which he spent two years in India with the Peace Corps.
Steven Schoenberg is an accomplished and dynamic composer/pianist whose talents cross into musical theater, classical compositions, film scoring, and solo improvisational piano performances. His acclaimed recordings, Pianoworks and Three Days in May, are now available on CD. Schoenberg regularly performs improvisational piano concerts and has appeared at Weill Recital Hall and at concert halls throughout the United States.
His recent TV scores include the documentaries A Class Apart, for the 2008 PBS series American Experience, and Farmingville, which opened the 2005 PBS series POV. Farmingville took home the Special Jury Award from the Sundance Film Festival. Schoenberg has scored numerous Emmy award-winning films for other PBS series including NOVA and Smithsonian World. For children’s television, he has composed songs for Sesame Street and scored films for ZOOM and the Children’s Television Workshop. Other children’s projects include composing music for the award-winning book and CD My Bodyworks, written by his wife, Jane Schoenberg. For more information please visit: www.learnwithabeat.com/
Lindsay gives life to Virginia Lee Burton’s words. Since childhood, she has spent summers on Cape Ann and, as a teenager, she knew some of the Folly Cove Designers who taught her how to do block printing. In return, she fringed placemats, tablecloths and napkins.
In 1984, Lindsay was nominated for an Academy Award for her performance in Places in the Heart . She is known to audiences for her work in such films as All the President’s Men, Slap Shot, House of Games and The Insider, among others.