Jason Cusato:
is co-founder of Park Slope Films and an alumnus of the School of Visual Arts. While there he studied under Richard Pepperman, author of "The Eye is Quicker," and completed The Out of Work Mime (2001) which premiered at the Angel City Film Festival in Los Angeles. His next project, When Broomsticks were King (2001), won best documentary at the New Jersey Film Festival. He went on to make the feature films Tell Tale Heart (2001) and The Bag (2002). Most recently, he wrote and directed the independent feature York Street (2003) which debuted to a sold out audience at Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Jason Cusato's IMDB page
Scott Nawrocki:
Co-founder and chief sound engineer of Park Slope Films, Scott has been involved with very project that PSF has done. Besides doing most of the production sound and all the post audio work. He has also worked on set as an Electrician, Key Grip, Gaffer, Set Design, Asst. Director & Lighting. Just to name a few things. Scott graduated from the Institute of Audio Research in 1990 and began his sound career working for his Alma Mater immediately after commencement. In addition to his current work at the Institute where he serves as Chief Engineer, he also spent several years doing sound reinforcement various band and several clubs within the NYC area.
Scott Nawrocki's IMDB page
Al Accettura:
Al Accettura joined Park Slope Films after working on their full feature film, Apostles of Park Slope, as an actor, storyboard artist and graphic designer/art director. A graduate of The School Of Visual Arts with a BFA in Cartooning(Comic Book Art) / Illustration and over 10 years of working experience as a Graphic Designer/Art Director, he’s worked for companies such as The Discovery Channel, Humanscale, StudioPsyclone. He uses his design and computer graphic skills to create and finalize PSF’s print media as well as storyboards.