Kerry David has been working in the film and television industry for more than 20 years. She began her career at Paramount Pictures, followed by three years as Executive Assistant to Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman on their various projects before starting her own production company in 2011.
Kerry’s feature film credits include the Agent Cody Banks franchise for MGM; Perfect Romance for Lifetime Television; and Like Dandelion Dust, based on the New York Times best-selling book and adapted for the screen by Oscar nominee Stephen J. Rivele, for 20th Century Fox. Kerry’s documentary films have garnered critical acclaim, including the award-winning Deposing The Usual Suspects and My Date with Drew; followed by Making Miles: The Miles Davis Story for Oscar-nominated screenwriter Christopher Wilkinson and Seeking Happily Ever After for Lionsgate Films, one of only 25 films accepted into the Sundance Film Lab.
In addition to her award-winning film work, Kerry has also been a guest speaker and moderator at schools such as University of Southern California, University of California at Los Angeles, Pepperdine University, and the New York Film Academy. She is a voting member of the British Academy of Film and Television (BAFTA).
Kerry is currently producing and directing Breaking Their Silence: Women on the Frontline of the Poaching War; a documentary filming in Africa and Asia for a 2019 release.
Scott Coors is the CEO and Co-Founder of ALeco Container, LLC, a Colorado based aluminum bottle manufacturer for the craft beverage industry. Scott earned a BS in Industrial Engineering and BA in Psychology from Stanford and an MBA from Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver, and has spent over 20 years at Coors Brewing Company in a range of disciplines including brewing, packaging, logistics, quality control and assurance, and brand marketing on the Keystone and Coors Banquet brands.
After leaving Coors in 2006, he co-founded Werth Advanced Packaging Innovations to develop a high efficiency drive mechanism for can making, then joined forces with Omnitech International, a can line integrator then working with Coca Cola to develop a manufacturing system for its shaped aluminum bottle. When Omnitech’s operations ceased in the financial crisis of 2009, Scott pursued what he saw as an obvious need in the craft sector for attractive, sustainable packaging, co-founding ALeco Container in 2011 with his business partner Evan Watkins to manufacture high recycle content, lightweight, digitally printed aluminum bottles for promotional use as well as for craft wine, spirits, and beer.
Margo was tasked to reveal how hurt turned to hate while working with at-risk youth involved in gangs, prostitution and addiction issues during the late 1980’s and early 1990’s which turned into an opportunity to write for the masses through radio and public speaking engagements. Passionate about words, Hamilton was groomed to write by a former Time Life book editor who instilled the importance of “making every word count.” Margo assisted in creating a community newspaper in 1993 to counter negative and sensational news stories with positive news, which is still in print. In 2003, Margo was asked to serve as a feature writer for a newly created community-imaging magazine. This was where she first met Bill Coors and his son, Scott. A decade later Bill reached out to her to ask her to collaborate with him on his biographical memoir entitled Bill Coors: The Will to Live.
With a passion for storytelling Mark brings his enduring love of film and newfound admiration for Bill Coors in editing The Will to Live. To help director Kerry David create her narrative vision of Mr. Coor’s timeless message, Mark called upon a background in long and shortform documentary filmmaking, promotional videos, and news broadcasting as an editor, videographer, script consultant and production manager. Gravitating towards stories and media that seek to positively impact the world, promote change and resonate with viewers on a personal level, Mark has collaborated with a variety people in an array of industries from sustainable food organizations to political transparency NGOs and human rights advocacy.
Gunnard writes music for film and television. His work has been heard on HBO, Showtime, A&E, as well as numerous other television networks around the world. His compositions have been featured in several documentaries: the Academy Award winning documentary shorts A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness (2016) and Saving Face (2012); Academy Award nominated HBO documentary The Last Campaign (2010); Sundance Film Festival premiered documentaries Connected: An Autoblogography About Love, Death & Technology (2011) and The September Tapes (2004).