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Latter-day Saint. Filmmaker. Co-founder of Eclipse Film Festival, held in St. George, Utah. Director fo the short film "Tiffany" (2001), a 14-minute documentary. The film is described thus: "Tiffany Fackrell, who is confined to a wheelchair, tells of her continued hope of walking one day." "Tiffany" competed in the 2001 Young LDS International Film Festival and was chosen for the Best of Show collection.
Latter-day Saint. Sometimes credited as: Nate Fackrell. Filmmaker. Third assistant director for the direct-to-video family film "Horse Crazy" (2001), directed by Eric Hendershot. In 1999 Nathan Fackrell was one of the co-founders (along with Jason deVilliers and Matt Fackrell) of the prestigious Eclipse Film Festival, based in St. George, Utah.
Kaly S. Fadel
Lives in Ogden, Utah. Played a Colt executive in Lee Groberg's documentaries "American Gunmaker: The John M. Browning Story" (1991) and "Enduring Legacy: The Story of Firearms" (1992).
Shirl K. Fadel
Lives in Ogden, Utah. Played an army general in Lee Groberg's documentaries "American Gunmaker: The John M. Browning Story" (1991) and "Enduring Legacy: The Story of Firearms" (1992). Elected as a state representative in the Utah State Legislature for House District 6, 1982 (Republican).
Lives in Park City, Utah. Production coordinator.
Latter-day Saint. Had the 2nd billed role as the upstanding "Elder Alma Johnson" in John Lyde's low budget straight-to-video film "The Field Is White" (2002).
Latter-day Saint. Film student at Brigham Young University (BYU). Hometown: Ottawa, Canada. Birth name: Jason William Faller. Also credited as: Jason Fuller. Producer and co-screenwriter of the Latter-day Saint-themed feature film "Pride and Prejudice" (2003). Director of short student film "No Other Solution" (2002), which competed in BYU's Final Cut film festival, 2002. The film was written by Liz & Mark Amber, and also made by Susan Teh. "No Other Solution" is a commercial, in which a couple uses Listerine to get closer. Voted the Best Commercial. Director of the short film "The Ivy Exchange" (2002), which competed the LDS Film Festival in 2002, described thus: "An insurance fraud investigator witnesses a miracle and finds new meaning in his life and work." "The Ivy Exchange" was selected for inclusion in the Festival's touring "Best of 2002" program. Presenter/panelist at the BYU-Idaho session of the 2nd LDS Film Festival, held in November 2002. Did special effects for the award-winning short film "Roots & Wings" (2002). Gaffer for the award-winning short film "The Snell Show" (2002). Grip for the Protestant direct-to-video movie "The Climb" (2002). Faller gave a presentation at the 3rd LDS Film Festival (Jan. 2004), during which he talked about making "Pride and Prejudice."
Latter-day Saint. Utah-based actress. Stand-in in the film "Just a Dream" (2001). Featured stand-in in the Feature Films For Families film "Return to the Secret Garden" (2000). Played a pregnant teenager in a commercial for LDS Family Services, produced at LDS Motion Picture Studios. Also appeared in a Novell commercial. Has appeared on stage at Old Lyric Repertory Company, Utah Musical Theatre, Weber State University, College Light Opera Company, Utah State University in lead or supporting roles in The Diary of Anne Frank (as Anne Frank), The Secret Garden, Into the Woods and The Mikado.
Lives in Utah. Attended Viewmont High School, where she was elected student body secretary 1999-2000. Appeared briefly on screen as a passerby and a driving double for a child actor in T.C. Christensen's direct-to-video movie "Bug Off!" (2001).
Philo T. Farnsworth
Latter-day Saint. Born 19 August 1906, Indian Creek, Utah. Died 11 March 1971, Holladay, Utah. Birth name: Philo Taylor Farnsworth. The inventor of television. As such, he is one of the most influential people in history, and easily one of the most important figures in the history of film and television. Inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame, 1984. Pictured on a 20 cent US commemorative postage stamp issued in his honor, 21 September 1983. He appeared on the "Popular Science" film reels as himself in 1935 and 1939. The only on-air tribute he ever received from the television industry was a 1957 appearance on the popular TV quiz show, "I've Got a Secret."
Lives in Utah. Also credited as: Darin C. Farr. Unit production manager/co-property master, and also assistant camera, on Joseph Osborn's low-budget feature film "No Dogs Allowed" (2002). Had a bit part in the crime drama "The Runner" (1999). Farr directed a documentary about Zachary RunningWolf Brown's 30-40 mile a day protest run designed to bring attention to an effort to call for a freedom or a a retrail for convict Mumia Abu-Jamal. The 50-minute documentary includes interviews with celebrity supporters such as Danny Glover and Steve Reevis, and received support from Michael Moore and Ed Asner.
Lives in Heber City, Utah. Sometimes credited as: John K. Farr; John R. Farr. Gaffer whose credits include numerous feature films, TV movies, miniseries and even video games, including: the CBS TV series "Promised Land", Just a Dream (2001), Perfect Murder, Perfect Town (2000), Black Dahlia (1998), Emma's Wish (1998), Overnight Delivery (1998), Invasion of Privacy (1996), Dead Man's Walk (1996), Nothing Lasts Forever (1995), Against the Wall (1994), Babylon 5: The Gathering (1993), Deliver Them from Evil: The Taking of Alta View (1992), Victim of Love (1991), Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat (1989). Grip for the feature film "Hoosiers" (1986).
Swing gang for Martin Andersen's short film "Follow Your Heart" (1998), for which Debbie Farrer was the art director.
Lives in Orem, Utah with her husband Bruce B. Farrer. Sometimes credited as: Debbie Farre. Set decorator for the feature films "The Climb" (2002), "Baby Bedlam" (2000) and "A Kid Called Danger" (1999). Set dresser for the movie "Unhook the Stars" (1996). Art director for Martin Andersen's short film "Follow Your Heart" (1998). Set dresser for Andersen's short film "Journey to Harmony" (2002). Other set dresser/prop credits include CBS TV movie "Caroline, "Stilson and Stilson", and commercials for clients including Health Rider.
Swing gang for the short film "Journey to Harmony" (2002), for which Debbie Farrer was the set dresser.
Latter-day Saint. Lives in Lindon, Utah. Sometimes credited as: Lynn Farrar; Lynn Farre. Utah County-based art director or assistant art director of "A Life Less Ordinary", "Good Spell", "The Ticket", "A Home Of Our Own", "Happy Valley." Bio from LDSart.com (www.ldsart.com/lfbio.php):
Lynn is a Utah artist whose work has been collected by the Springville Museum of Fine Art, Novell Corporation, IHC Hospitals, and several other companies across the country. She has exhibited in Laguna Beach, San Diego, Park City, Provo, St. George, and Vermont. She has had solo shows in the Northeastern Nevada Museum and the Springville Museum of Fine Art.
Lynn graduated from Brigham Young University with a BFA in illustration. She has worked as an illustrator for magazines, books, advertising, the film industry, theatre, and the business world. Some of her clients have been the Boy Scouts of America, John Culver Celebrity Ski Classic, the State of Nevada, The LDS Church, and the Provo Theatre Company.
Lynn has always known she wanted to be an artist; she loved to draw, but got a late start painting, beginning when she was twenty-six years old. With two small children, she did most of her work in the middle of the night in a space set up in an unheated garage in California.
Her main interest has been fine art, with a painting emphasis. She enjoys a variety of subjects and enjoys experimenting with different mediums, as well as creating her own unique frames. She also has been sculpting bas relief works with mixed materials. Recently, Lynn decided to spend more time painting outside, on location. She has begun a project featuring Utah canyons from the Wasatch front to the Red Rock Canyons of the South.
Utah filmmaker. Along with Robert Holman, he made the the 5-minute film "Ognrod," shown at the "Works From Along the Wasatch Front" screening in Salt Lake City, Utah in October 2002.
Lives in Provo, Utah. Director of the short film "Five Shakespearian Plays," shown at the Loaf-I film festival in Salt Lake City, 2002.
Lives in Salt Lake City, Utah. Along with 9 other filmmakers, made the short (19 min., 45 sec.) film "The Farm," which was shown at the 2003 Utah Short Film & Video Festival. The film is the story of a group of children sent to a camp to learn to conform to society.
E. Curtis Fawson
Latter-day Saint. Born on 14 July 1942 to Kenneth and Beth Fawson of Grantsville, Utah. Died 1 July 2003 in Salt Lake City, Utah due to complications from cancer. President of Southern Virginia University. As such, he was interviewed and featured prominently in school's promotional video: "A Light on a Hill: Southern Virginia University" (2002). From the biography on his university faculty page (http://www.southernvirginia.edu/faculty/Curtis_Fawson/bio.htm):
Ed.D., Utah State University, 1984
M.L.S., University of Hawaii, 1975
Ed.S., University of Hawaii, 1973
M.A., University of Northern Colorado, 1968
B.A., Brigham Young University, 1967
Dr. Fawson was appointed president of Southern Virginia University on August 18, 1999. He joined the administration as provost and executive vice president in January 1998 and served as acting president during the summer of 1999. Before coming to Southern Virginia, he had been director of the Instructional Technology Center at Brigham Young University, executive director of the Utah's Technology Enhanced Schools Project, executive director of the Utah Educational Technology Initiative, professor of instructional psychology and technology at BYU, director of library and media services at BYU-Hawaii, training consultant and instructional designer for the Regional Resource Center for Handicapped Children and Youth at the University of Oregon, and assistant director of educational media services at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. He received the Presidential Appreciation Award for outstanding service from Brigham Young University in 1997, and the Professional Achievement Award from Utah State University in 1993. Dr. Fawson was also awarded one of ten graduate fellowships offered throughout the United States for post-master's degree work in media learning systems at the University of Hawaii in 1972. He has served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Utah Coalition for Educational Technology, the Utah Educational Network Consortium, the National Association for Communications and Technology, the BYU chapter of Phi Delta Kappa, the Utah Educational Library-Media Association, the Hawaii Library Association, and as board member and president of the Pacific Association for Communications and Technology. He has published over forty articles in local, regional and national journals and publications and in the last ten years has made over twenty-five major presentations at regional and national conferences.
Latter-day Saint. Director of the video "Little Voices: Celebrating the Family" (2000), which is sold in Latter-day Saint Christian bookstores, and the short documentary "Images" (1999), which won Best Documentary at BYU's Final Cut film festival.
Latter-day Saint. Lives in Bountiful, Utah. Producer of feature film "The Same River Twice" (1996). Bio from film's website (http://www.samerivertwice.net/castncrew.html):
Joseph brings a strong business background to his position as president and CEO of Lorien Productions. He spent many years with the O.C. Tanner Company where he worked as a regional sales manager for the Arizona/Southern California areas serving such accounts as Disney, Lockheed, Aerospace, and AG (a division of GTE). During his tenure he received many distinctions for his ability including being named to the Tanner Top ten Sales list for three years. Mr. Featherstone broadened his base of experience after leaving Tanner by developing a large luxury home site in Utah called Stone Ridge.
In his capacity as president and CEO of Lorien Productions, Mr. Featherstone has produced several programs including TBS Sunday Morning - a U.S. satellite uplink, and Kent's American English an 18-part language program teaching English to the Japanese. He executive produced KOKORO: The Heart Within, a 10-part series on Japan which won gold and silver medals at the New York Film Festival and an Emmy Nomination. KOKORO: The Heart Within is currently being aired on the Discovery Channel around the world. Mr. Featherstone produced Hold on to Hope, another New York Film Festival winner, which deals with drug and alcohol abuse, and most recently produced the feature film Same River Twice, handling the business and financial affairs of the film.
Joseph Featherstone lives in Bountiful, Utah with his wife Marianne and seven children.
Latter-day Saint. Lives in Salt Lake City, Utah with his wife Lori and their six sons. Sometimes credited as: J. Scott Featherstone. Director of the short documentary "Hold on to Hope", which won the bronze medal for Best Direction at the New York Film Festival. Director for productions for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, including the video "Love Thy Neighbor." Director of two feature films: "Return to the Secret Garden" (2000) for Feature Films For Families and the independently produced "Same River Twice" (1996), which he also wrote. Bio from "Same River Twice" website (http://www.samerivertwice.net/castncrew.html):
Scott studied film and production at Brigham Young University, graduating with a B.A. in communications in 1984. Following graduation, he worked as director of broadcast for Evans Advertising, the largest advertising agency in Salt Lake City, producing and directing many local, regional and national comercials. His work has earned Clios, national Addys, and several gold, silver, and bronze medals from the New York Film Festival. He was an IBA finalist, has received several Mobius Awards, and a London Film Festival award. Much of his recognition has been in the category of best director.
In 1990 Mr. Featherstone co-founded Lorien Productions and turned his attention toward documentary films for television. His first documentary, Hold on to Hope, a half-hour program on addiction and alcoholism, won a bronze medal for best direction in the New York Film Festival. He received an Emmy nomination and a gold and silver medal at the New York Film Festival for a 10-part documentary series on Japan called KOKORO: The Heart Within. He wrote and directed all ten shows and shot much of the footage using both 35mm and 16mm film. The series aired nationally on PBS and is currently airing worldwide on the Discovery Network.
Mr. Featherstone has written two screenplays, one of which, Same River Twice, he recently produced and directed. All of the events protrayed in the script are based upon his personal experiences. Over the past ten years Mr. Featherstone has accumulated tens of thousands of river miles professionally and privately. He has worked on many western rivers, and spent two years running exploratory trips and professionally guiding on the Bio Bio River in Chile.
He currently resides in Utah with his wife Lori, and six sons.
Lives in Salt Lake City, Utah. Assistant property master for the TV movies "The Maldonado Miracle" (2003) and "Right On Track" (2002). Prop crew for the Disney TV movie "The Poof Point" (2001). Swing gang for the movie "The Right Temptation" (2000).
Lives in Salt Lake City, Utah. Sometimes credited as: A.E. Fegely; Amy Fegley; Amy Fegely. Costume supervisor for the Utah-filmed Disney TV movies "Hounded" (2001) and "Double Teamed" (2002), and also for the independent film "Partners in Crime" (2000). Costumer for the movie "The Right Temptation" (2000). Production intern (office) for Treu's "Just Like Dad" (1995). Property master for Treu's "Wish Upon a Star" (1996). Art swing gang for Treu's video "The Paper Brigade" (1996). Buyer for the short film "Alyson's Closet" (1998).
Key production assistant, second assistant cameraman and transportation coordinator for the short film "Gold Fever" (1990), directed by Bill Shira and made largely by BYU students. Second assistant cameraman for the short film "A Truce with Death" (1993), also directed by Shira.
Script supervisor for the short film "Gold Fever" (1990), directed by Bill Shira and made largely by BYU students. Boom operator for the short film "A Truce with Death" (1993), also directed by Shira.
Utah-based actor. Appeared in the background as a spectator in the film "Jumping For Joy." Featured roles in the videos "Colleagues in the Classroom" and "Behavioral Procedures" (Smithfield Intermountain). Background role as a nurse on an episode of "Touched by an Angel." Has appeared in commercials, including: Tournament Software, Mattress City, Melodrama Musical Theatre, McDonalds, Novell. Lead roles on stage in The Lion in Winter; Little Shop of Horrors; Lend Me A Tenor; The Boys Next Door. Appeared in Camelot at Pioneer Theatre Company. Voiceover work (character work and announcer) for North County Access, GTE, Arcade Copiers, Kelly 95.3 Radio, Old Lyric Repertory Company.
Judith Erin Fell
Lives in Salt Lake City, Utah. Production assistant.
Lives in Roy, Utah. Director of photography/camera operator on the TV series "America's Most Wanted", "PM Magazine" and "Walker Texas Ranger." 2nd unit director and 2nd unit director of photography for the TV series "Profiler." Director for the TV series "PM Magazine." Director of commercial/industrial films for NASA Space Shuttle Program and Oneil Skin Care. Won a "Telly Award" (along with Craig Clyde) for "Joshua Tree."
Born 2 December 1922, Salt Lake City, Utah. Actor appeared in over 40 movies.
Jan Broberg Felt
Latter-day Saint. Also credited as: Jan Broberg; Jan Broberg Felt; Jan Felt; Jan Tanner; Jan Gardner. Actress has appeared in many productions filmed in Utah. Major role in "Little Secrets" (2002), directed by Blair Treu: she played the mother of the lead character. Major roles in "Nadir" (1996) and "Slaughter of the Innocents" (1994). Had a recurring role as "Nurse Louise" on the network series "Everwood" in 2003. Minor role in "The Secret of Treasure Mountain" (1993), a Feature Films For Families production. Minor roles in many TV movies: Harmful Intent (1993); The Man with Three Wives (1993); Deliver Them from Evil: The Taking of Alta View (1992); In the Line of Duty: Siege at Marion (1992); Poof Point (2001); Message in a Cell Phone (2000). TV series guest roles include: Touched By An Angel, Promised Land, Cover Me. Has performed on stage, including starring as "Maria" in the Tuacahn production of "The Sound of Music" (2001). Other stage roles include the title role in Jane Eyre, Agnes in I Do! I Do!, Eliza in My Fair Lady, Amy in Company, Anita in West Side Story, Elizabeth in Paint Your Wagon, Julie in Carousel and Yente in Fiddler on the Roof. Recently was the drama instructor for the Tuacahn High School for the Performing Arts, where she directed her students to first place victories at the Utah Shakespearean Festival High School Shakespeare Competition and the Utah State Drama Competition. Cast as Sariah, a major supporting role in Gary Rogers' Book of Mormon movie. As a child living in Pocatello, Idaho the actress was kidnapped and sexually abused by a trusted family friend, a story which is recounted in the book Stolen Innocence: The Jan Broberg Story, written by her mother. Bio from Book of Mormon movie website (http://www.bookofmormonmovie.com/cast/janfelt.html):
Jan Felt is an accomplished actress, singer and dancer. Jan has appeared in over a dozen feature films, half of them as the Lead actress. Some of her film credits include: Slaughter Of The Innocents (HBO), Poof Point (Disney), Message In A Cell Phone (Disney), The Secret Keeper (Colombia Tristar), Bug Off, The Butter Cream Gang, (Feature Films For Families), Hope For Troubled Teens, Nadir, Family First, and Little Secrets (Colombia Tristar).
Jan has appeared in many TV shows, including: Touched By An Angel (CBS), Promised Land (CBS), Remember Me (PBS), Death Row (PBS), [The Man With Three Wives (the Norman Grayson story)], Harmful Intent (NBC), Siege At Marion (NBC), Taking of Alta View (CBS), Ancient Secrets of The Bible (CBS Mini Series)
Jan is a veteran stage actress and has had STARRING roles in the following: The Sound of Music (Tuacahn Theatre), I Do! I Do! (Sundance Theatre), Jane Eyre (Glendale Center), My Fair Lady (Scera Theatre), Carousel (Idaho State University), Trixie True Teen Detective (BYU), and No No Nannette (Playmill).
Sharrol T. Felt
Latter-day Saint. Lives in Salt Lake City, Utah. Also known as: Sharrol Felt. Credited with "Sound" for the classic short films "Johnny Lingo" (1969) and "Cipher in the Snow" (1973), produced at Brigham Young University and used by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as well as by schools and other organizations. Also credited with sound work for the Church's 1969 temple film. Credited with optical effects for the 1974 Church film "The Lost Manuscript," also made at BYU and LDS Motion Picture Studio.
Lives in Salt Lake City, Utah. Along with five fellow Boy Scouts, he made the short (21 min., 20 sec.) film "Root Beer Runners," which was shown at the 2003 Utah Short Film & Video Festival. The film is described thus: Written and produced by 16- and 17-year-old scouts in North Salt Lake's Troop 679 to fulfill several requirements of the cinematography merit badge, this film is a spoof of movies about rum running during Prohibition. Smokey and the Bandit meets the Cops TV show with root beer as the banned substance.
Latter-day Saint. Name: Stanley P. Ferguson. BA, Brigham Young University (BYU), 1968. Currently Assistant Professor of Broadcast Communications, and Film Production, and Directing at BYU. Director of the Feature Films For Families video "Split Infinity" (1992), the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints video "Easter Dream" (1990), "Set Straight on Bullies" (1988), "Carnival of the Animals" (1986), the film shown "This Is the Place Monument Visitors Center" (1992) and PBS documentaries "Transplanting Miracles: The Donor Crisis" (1996) and "Waiting To Die, Hoping To Live" (1994). Also the writer and producer of most of these. As at professor at BYU's prestigious film school, Ferguson has been the executive producer of a large number of student films, including: Sublimating Arthur (2001); The Gift (2001); Jip (2001); Daybreak (2000); Just Say When (2000); The Wrong Brother (2000).
Rhett E. Fernsten
Latter-day Saint. Lives in Orem, Utah. Crew member on many feature films and TV movies made in Utah. Sometimes credited as: Rhett Fernsten; Rhett Fersten. Grip/electric (lighting) for Groberg's PBS documentaries "Trail of Hope: The Story of the Mormon Trail" (1997) and "Treasure House: The Utah Mining Story" (1995). Gaffer/key grip on the PBS documentary "American Prophet: The Joseph Smith Story" (1999), directed by Lee Groberg. Gaffer for the direct-to-video movie "Someone Was Watching" (2002), produced by Lee Groberg. Rigging gaffer on the big budget Church-produced film "Testaments of One Fold and One Shepherd" (2000). Best boy electric on the feature film "Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey" (1993) and the TV movie "No Laughing Matter" (1998). Was one of four 2nd Unit Directors of Photography for the Church-produced film "Nora's Christmas Gift" (1989). Best boy on the feature films "Ski Patrol" (1990) and "Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers" (1988). Gaffer for: Clubhouse Detectives (1996); Same River Twice (1996); Fedora (1994); Face of Evil (1996); Seasons of the Heart (1993); Journey to Harmony (2002); On Our Own (1988); Bug Off! (2001). Assistant camera for the Gospel-themed short film "The Touch of the Master's Hand" (1988). Appears briefly on screen as part of the alien council in "Bug Off!"
Based in Utah County. Still photography assistant and production assistant for Whitman Productions.
Mark is a devout Mormon. As a defensive guard in High School football, his team was the C.I.F. champions (1970). He worked each high school summer at a YMCA Summer Camp as a councilor. He worked on a 'Dude' ranch one summer. He has spent 7 years (1972 to 1979) in the U.S. Army, and although he asked to, never got the opportunity to go to Vietnam. Mark graduated from the elite NCO Academy at Camp Jackson, S. Korea (1977). He has lived in Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Maryland, Virginia, New Jersey, Illinois, and of coarse California. He has traveled through all 50 states and all the bottom provinces of Canada. Mark was trained in microwave communications and after the Army, served with AT&T until the breakup, installing PBXs, KTSs, etc. in Orange county, CA. Among the other communication jobs, he was the lead technician/ supervisor for Link-Tel, and has also worked as a civilian communications tech on the island of Roi-Namur in the Republic of the Marshall Islands (1991) for a year for General Dynamics, where he did everything from fibreoptics, launch relays for NASA, and TACAN support, to motion alarms and draining seawater out of manholes.
Mark now has a small video/recording business on the side (MarKee Studio Productions). SCUBA Diving, Mountain Biking, MIDI, Videogaming, helping striving actors also keep him busy.
As his middle-age crisis approached, he chose to fulfill a lifelong haunting dream to pursue acting, and so thus started his current career. After many acting and drama classes (and his share of hustling for 8 years) he's beginning to see success, mostly as principles in commercials, but has also acted in roles on television and the big screen. Mark has also studied ballroom dancing for 2 years.
He has never married, and currently lives with his widowed mother, who occasionally needs his help. She calls him 'The Pickle Jar Opener'.
Lives in Southern Utah. Electrician/gaffer for the "Touched by an Angel" TV series, Dos Santos (Treasure Productions), a Taco Bell commercial. Greenskeepers for "Larger than Life" (Warner Brothers) and "Space Cadets." Set construction for "Tollkeeper" (Magnolia Mae Films) and "Space Cadets." Set medics/EMT for "Tollkeeper", the IMAX film "Everest" (MacGillivray Freeman Films) and commercials, including American Express.
Birth name: Brent M. Feulner. Lives in Salt Lake City, Utah. President of B.F. Productions in Salt Lake City, Utah. Producer and director of commercial and corporate films for clients such as ESPN, Lagoon, Mastercard, and Teltrust.
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