Director-
Eric Mofford

 

Eric Mofford has worked as an assistant director and production manager on over 30 feature films and television programs including CLOCKWATCHERS, KALIFORNIA, FINDING HOME and DAUGHTERS OF THE DUST. Other recent production credits include, BLACK. WHITE. for FX television, 24 for Fox and the IFC critically acclaimed comedy series, MINOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF JACKIE WOODMAN.
He has written and directed projects for Disney Interactive, Saban Entertainment, The Discovery Channel, Why Communications, United Way and many others. His extensive knowledge of music led to writing and directing the short dramatic blues film, TRAVELIN' TRAINS, which aired nationally on A&E. The film won a dozen national and international film festival awards including the CINE Golden Eagle.
Mofford has also dedicated time to less mainstream productions, directing and shooting a number of festival winning short films based on numerous One-Acts from his extensive theatre directing background. His feature, UNCONVENTIONAL, was distributed on-line. In 2001, he co-produced the 13-part documentary series, SENIOR YEAR, for PBS.
Eric has taught numerous media workshops (including the International Film and Television Workshop) and been a panelist and judge on funding councils and film festivals. Mofford is a graduate of Emerson College with a BFA in film.
   

Executive Producer-
Barbara Kerr Condon

Barbara Kerr Condon
Actress-Producer (SAG-AFTRA)
Barbara first began demonstrating her "eye" for selecting choice literary projects at age 12 where she was a beloved recurring panelist on highly rated CBS's Kid Critics.
Trying her hand in each of the performing arts, she found her way on to the board of Women In Film and collaborated on several PSA campaigns for battered women's awareness.
In 1984, Barbara moved with her husband, Paul, to Worms, Germany, while he was in active service with the Army. Barbara was "discovered" on base one day as someone with "producer" quality and quickly ascended a level of positions to become the Director of The Performing Arts Theatre for the U.S. Army's facility there. This was the location for all USO stopovers and military entertainment in the area. Bearing in mind that the U.S. Military is the largest theatre system in the world, tripling London or Broadway, Barbara became quite confident in her skills as a producer. This experience contributed to her relocation to Los Angeles.
Turning her attention from stage to screen, Barbara found herself both acting and producing in Los Angeles. Co-starring television roles on AMC's Mad Men, HBO's Big Love, NBC's ER, CBS's 7th Heaven, NBC's The Others, Lifetime's Unsolved Mysteries, and repeat appearances on The Tonight Show, have quickly given Barbara notice. Her film roles range from appearances in Universal’s Red Dragon and The Coen brothers' Intolerable Cruelty, to supporting rolls in films like Brooklyn Reptyle Films' Boppin' at the Glue Factory and Cineville's Topanga .
Her film project, Doria, which she executive produced and in which she starred, was a winner of the Flickering Image Festival in 2004. This was followed by her film project, Family, which she co produced and in which she starred.
Her most recent project is Just Desserts, which she executive produced and in which she stars.