Photographer/ Filmmaker, Pamela Littky has been producing award-winning, iconic images of high profile personalities for over fifteen years. Spontaneous and disarming, intimate and unpretentious, her portraits capture well-known subjects in seemingly unguarded moments. Littky’s unique relationship to her subjects and sense of humor has left an indelible imprint on her work. In between shoots of world-famous actors and musicians for top commercial and editorial clients, Littky pursues personal projects that show a decidedly less glamorous but completely compelling side of American culture. Her work has been shown in various exhibitions around the world and has released three monographs, all to critical acclaim.

Pamela has directed numerous short films and music videos, Most Likely to Succeed is her first feature length documentary.


Eve Marson was born and raised in New York City and graduated from Harvard University. In 2014 she was the lead producer on the feature film Fed Up, an exposé of the food industry with journalist Katie Couric and director Stephanie Soechtig. Eve produced a short documentary for ESPN’s Emmy-­winning ‘30for30’ series. She has worked as a producer on a wide variety of documentary projects, including television programming for PBS, Discovery Channel and Animal Planet and independent feature films such as Craigslist Joe. Eve has also created a large library of nonfiction video work in collaboration with GOOD Inc. and other social­-action organizations. She has field produced in countries around the world including Kenya, Ghana, Bosnia, Ukraine, Germany, Ecuador and Peru.


Patrick Stump is a composer for film and tv as well as the GRAMMY-nominated lead vocalist and multi-instrumentalist of multi-platinum selling alternative rock band, Fall Out Boy. Hailing from Chicago, Stump has been the primary composer for many of the band’s hit songs, leading them to become one of rock music’s biggest-selling acts. ­His work in film and TV includes the original song “Immortals,” which he co-wrote, performed, and produced for the Oscar-winning Disney animated film “Big Hero 6.” His scoring work includes the 2017 Netflix Original animated film “Gnome Alone,” Crush Picture’s suspense thriller “Spell,” Seth Green’s directorial debut “Changeland,” the SXSW-premiered hip-hop documentary “Everybody’s Everything,” and the Tribeca-premiered A&E documentary “I Want My MTV.”

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Lauren Saffa is a film editor/producer specializing in documentaries. Most recently, she cut the ESPN 30 for 30 Short Blackfeet Boxing about Native American girls learning boxing for self defense. Feature editor credits include The Cost of Silence, a whistleblowing film about the Deepwater Horizon disaster victims, Do You Trust This Computer about the future of Artificial Intelligence, The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years (Dir. Ron Howard), and Hooligan Sparrow, a guerrilla-style film about human rights activism in China (Oscar Shortlist Best Documentary, Sundance Film Festival, 2016).

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Tyler Hubby has edited over 30 documentary films.  Most notably among them are The Devil and Daniel Johnston, a picaresque biography of mentally ill artist/musician Daniel Johnston; Double Take, Belgian artist Johan Grimonprez’s metaphysical essay on the cold war, the rise of television and the murder of Alfred Hitchcock by his own double; and Participant Media's The Great Invisible, which won the Grand Jury Prize at SXSW 2014.  He also edited and co-produced Lost Angels about the denizens of Los Angeles’ Skid Row and the punk rock documentaries Bad Brains: A Band in DC and Los Punks. He served as an additional editor on the Oscar nominated The Garden and HBO’s Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired. He wrote and directed Tony Conrad: Completely in the Present, a feature documentary about iconoclastic multi-media artist Tony Conrad that was named as one the best films of 2017 by Artforum.


Pete Wentz is an American musician, singer, songwriter and record executive. He is best known as the bassist for the American rock band Fall Out Boy, since 2001. Wentz has also ventured into other non-musical projects, including writing, acting, and fashion; in 2005 he founded a clothing company called Clandestine Industries. He also hosts the TV show Best Ink and runs a film production company called Bartskull Films. His philanthropic activities include collaborations with Invisible Children, Inc. and UNICEF's Tap Project, a fundraising project that helps bring clean drinking water to people worldwide.​


Joe Trohman is an American guitarist, singer, and record producer. He is best known as the lead guitarist and backing vocalist of the American rock band Fall Out Boy, as well as the lead and rhythm guitarist for a heavy metal supergroup The Damned Things. Fall Out Boy began as Trohman and Pete Wentz's side project from the hardcore punk scene they were involved with, and the band has scored four number one albums on the US Billboard 200.