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The Filmmakers

Who We Are

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Bob Degus

Director and Producer

Bob Degus is a long-time active voting member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, where he's been an Oscar Gold Mentor, mentoring the next generation of filmmakers. He's a member of Lincoln Center Theater's Director’s Lab. He produced the ground-breaking Academy Award-nominated movie Pleasantville, starring Tobey Maguire, and Reese Witherspoon.  He was a production executive at New Line Cinema, and oversaw Austin Powers, Friday, Set It Off, and more than twenty-five other films. Over his career, he has managed over a quarter-billion dollars of film production.

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Alexandra Angélique


Alexandra Angélique Leeper is the founder of Living Light Productions; a new film, TV and theatre production entity aimed towards raising human consciousness, and creating positive change in the world. She has been an original content film producer since 2009, alongside long-time Hollywood director/ writer/producer, Bob Degus (Pleasantville, Austin Powers), and has multiple films in various phases of development.

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Michele McGuire


Michele McGuire is an Oscar-nominated film producer, an award-winning screenwriter, and a two time Cable-ACE nominee. She wrote the award winning screenplay and produced the indie feature film, Awaken (2022). She also produced Kathleen Turner’s and JoBeth William’s directorial debut films, as well as producing for writers Lynn Mamet, Chris Gerolmo, and Gary Marshall.

Sandrine Rudaz

Film Composer

Sandrine Rudaz is a Swiss-French film composer, currently based in Los Angeles. She creates music for film, video games, and theatre. Career honors include a Jerry Goldsmith Award nomination and two Hollywood Music in Media Awards. Her work for the dramatic film, “A” for Alpha (HBO) won Best Original Score at the Garden State Film Festival.

Sandrine worked on more than thirty films. Her music utilizes both her European classical piano training and American education, to craft stylistically distinct soundscapes; she is at home writing for full orchestra, solo and duo settings, and all ranges in between.


The music to this film is honored to be supported by

Reel Change: Fund for Diversity in Film Scoring, made possible by SESAC and Christophe Beck and administered by New Music USA.

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