Peer Pedersen is a producer and filmmaker from Connecticut. He studied film at the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts and holds a film degree from The New School.
Alongside Adam Gibbs, Pedersen serves as an executive producer on the upcoming film Lucky Them and as a co-producer on the documentary Finders Keepers.
In addition to producing, Pedersen is a founding partner at The Bosco, a digital photo booth company.
Roger Pugliese began his film career over 30 years ago working on Kramer vs. Kramer, The Wanderers, All That Jazz, Fort Apache-The Bronx, Blow Out and First Deadly Sin, the last film to star his idol Frank Sinatra.
After a successful career as an assistant director throughout the 1980s, working on such films as Grandview USA, Police Academy II and Big Top Pee Wee, Pugliese began his producing career on Pretty Woman, as a production manager for director Garry Marshall.
In 1991, Roger co-produced Single White Female, starring Bridget Fonda and Jennifer Jason Leigh, which would establish his long-standing relationship with Sony Pictures.
From there, Pugliese oversaw production on numerous films, including The Fan for director Tony Scott, Higher Learning for John Singleton and Article 99 for Howard Deutch, among others. He also served as a producer on My First Mister, the directorial debut of actress Christine Lahti.
In addition to producing, Pugliese has served as an adjunct professor of film production at the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts for several years, where he instructed director Michael Kristoff.
He is currently developing an eclectic slate of films, including Hooking Up, With a Bullet, Swingin’ Chicks of the ’60s and the documentary The Modern Jazz Quartet – The Gentlemen of Jazz. He lives in Topanga Canyon, Calif., with his wife, Kristin.
After working in numerous facets of the motion picture business, Adam Gibbs partnered with Michael Kristoff to finance and produce his first feature film Live At The Foxes Den, along with Roger Pugliese.
Gibbs most recently produced the upcoming film Lucky Them, starring Toni Collette and Thomas Haden Church, which premiered at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.
Currently, Gibbs is in production on the feature documentary, Finders Keepers, with producers Ed Cunningham and Seth Gordon. He is a graduate of the University of Southern California and resides in Los Angeles.
Live At The Foxes Den marks the feature film directorial debut of Kristoff, a recent graduate of the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts. Born and raised in Old Greenwich, Conn., Kristoff began making films at age eight.
While an undergraduate at USC, Kristoff completed graduate directing study with the late Nina Foch, as well as Michael Uno and Brian Nelson.
Upon graduating, Kristoff teamed up with former classmate Adam Gibbs and professor Roger Pugliese to produce Live At The Foxes Den through Kristoff’s company Lockwood Pictures.
Kristoff is presently at work on his next feature film, based on Guests of the Nation – a short story written by Frank O’Connor, first published in 1931, portraying the execution of two Englishmen held captive by the Irish Republican Army during the War for Independence – as well as other film and television projects.
Caity Lotz is currently co-starring as “Black Canary” on The CW’s hit show, Arrow.
She also recently co-starred in the Screen Gems release Battle of the Year, opposite Josh Holloway and Chris Brown. Prior to that, she starred in The Machine, which premiered at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival; and The Pact, which premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.
Lotz gained much recognition from her recurring role in the fourth season of AMC’s Mad Men, where she guest-starred opposite Jon Hamm.
She began her career as a dancer, touring with Avril Lavigne and Lady Gaga, and starred in music videos for Lady Gaga, David Guetta and Selena Gomez, among others. In addition to working as a dancer, she is also a trained martial artist in taekwondo, muay thai and parkour.
Pooch Hall currently co-stars on the hit Showtime series Ray Donovan, along with Liev Schreiber and Jon Voight, playing the role of Darryl Donovan.
Previously, Hall was best known for his portrayal of Derwin Davis, an eager, new wide receiver for the San Diego Sabers, on the CBS comedy series The Game, which originally aired on The CW and continues to air on BET.
Hall is a trained boxer who won the Southern New England Golden Gloves in 1994. He also played football in high school and college. In an effort to try something new, he participated in a stage production in college and discovered that acting was something he truly enjoyed. He began his professional acting career in New York, when he landed a small role in the independent feature film Lift, opposite Kerry Washington.Hall went on to starring and supporting roles in independent films like Black Cloud and Blind Dating (with Chris Pine and director James Keach) and larger studio releases, such as Stomp the Yard 2 and Sony’s successful Jumping the Broom.
On the small screen, Hall worked with Jenna Elfman on the CBS primetime series Accidentally On Purpose and recurring roles on Suits for USA and Warehouse 13 for Syfy.