SCOTT “BUZZ” KOENIG / PRODUCER

Buzz has been working in the film business for 19 years, with experience across the continuum from development to Post-Production. Early credits include The Good Son, First Wives Club and Copland. As a Production Manager/Production Supervisor, his credits include Return to Paradise, I’m With Lucy, Far From Heaven, Uptown Girls and Little Manhattan. From 2005 to 2010, Buzz worked as Vice-President, Physical Production at Focus Features, overseeing domestic and international productions including Waist Deep, The Hitcher, Balls of Fury, In Bruges, Eastern Promises, Doomsday, “9” (animated) and It’s Kind of A Funny Story.

Current projects include The Chicken Hunters, by Karl Shefelman, and the TV series Lieberman’s World with Richard Schiff, based on the ‘Abe Lieberman’ book series by Stuart Kaminsky.

 

PAUL URCIOLI / PRODUCER

Paul is an actor and director. His recent film credits include: Morning Glory, Sundance 2010 Award Winner 3 Backyards, The Killing Floor, Off the Black, Wait Here. Recent TV: The Unusuals, Cupid, Fringe, Cashmere Mafia, Six Degrees, Conviction, many appearances on all the Law and Orders, Third Watch, Sex and the City, and a recurring role on the CBS drama Queens Supreme. In addition, Paul has appeared in numerous national commercial campaigns for global brands including Nike, FedEx, Volkswagen, IBM, and CNN. Paul’s recent theatre credits include: The Invitation, Americana Absurdum (at the Lucille Lortel Theatre, NY and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals (Fringe First Winner) and at the Menier Theatre in London); Greg Kotis’ Eat the Taste at the Barrow Street Theater and in Brian Parks’ Goner in Clonmel and Letterkenny, Ireland. Directing credits include: Bridezilla Strikes Back (NY Fringe Festival Award Winner), Brian Parks’ Suspicious Package (HERE) Our Town, The Rimers of Eldritch.

Paul was a founding member of the Atlantic Theater Company’s 453 New Work Series, and is on the faculty at N.Y.U.’s Tisch School of the Arts. He was an Artist in Residence at Oberlin College from 1986-89 teaching acting, movement, improvisation and performing with members of the Royal Shakespeare Company.