Morgan Neville is an Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker. For over twenty years he has been making films about music and cultural subjects including Troubadours, Search and Destroy and three Grammy-nominated films: Respect Yourself: The Stax Records Story, Muddy Waters Can’t Be Satisfied, and Johnny Cash’s America. His non-music films include The Cool School, Steinbeck and Shotgun Freeway: Drives Thru Lost L.A.. Neville has also produced many documentaries, including Pearl Jam Twenty, Crossfire Hurricane and Beauty is Embarrassing. In 2014, 20 Feet From Stardom, won numerous awards including the 2014 Academy Award for Best Documentary. Most recently, Best of Enemies won an Emmy Award for Best Historical Documentary at the 2017 News and Documentary Emmy Awards. The film was also shortlisted for the 2016 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. Other recent projects include Keith Richards: Under the Influence (Director), Chelsea Does (Executive Producer), a series of four documentaries with Chelsea Handler for Netflix, and Abstract: The Art of Design, also for Netflix.
Jason Zeldes is a documentary editor. He has been working exclusively in documentary filmmaking for the past four years, racking up credits on several feature films and getting the opportunity to work with several Sundance Film Fest alums, including Patrick Creadon, Doug Blush, Kirby Dick, and Morgan Neville. Jason has been steadily rising through LA's documentary community as a film editor since he graduated from USC's School of the Cinematic Arts in 2009. Most recently, Jason completed work on Morgan Neville's Academy Award-winning music documentary titled Twenty Feet From Stardom. Romeo Is Bleeding is Jason's directorial debut scheduled for release in 2015.
Caitrin Rogers began her career as an editor, working in post-production for a variety of companies including MTV, Vh1, BET and Disney. In 2005 she started working with award-winning editor Paul Crowder on Once in a Lifetime, which he edited and co-directed and was nominated for the 2007 WGA Award, 2006 IDA award and selected for 2006 Berlin Film festival. Following her work on OIAL, Caitrin moved on to work with Crowder again for an Amazing Journey: The Story of the Who, which was nominated for a 2009 Grammy Award.
In 2007 Caitrin began working for Passion Pictures as a producer on the The Tillman Story, which premiered at The Sundance Film Festival and was short-listed for a 2011 Academy Award. Subsequently she moved on to work with Sundance award winning Sergio director Greg Barker on productions for PBS Frontline and HBO. Most recently she produced 20 Feet from Stardom which received an Academy Award in 2014 for Best Documentary, and most recently she produced The Music of Strangers, a feature doc about Yo-Yo Ma and The Silk Road Ensemble.
Aaron Wickenden is an editor who has collaborated on three Tremolo projects to-date: Best of Enemies; Won’t You be my Neighbor?; and Orson Welles: The Other Side of the Wind Documentary (working-title). For his work on Best of Enemies he was nominated for a Cinema Eye Honors award for Best Editing. In the fifteen years that he has been working professionally, he has edited four films that have shortlisted for the Academy Award and one, Finding Vivian Maier, went on to be nominated. Recently Aaron was inducted into ACE, the Documentary Branch of AMPAS and interviewed (along with the brilliant editors Kate Amend, and Mary Lampson) for the textbook "Documentary Editing: Principals & Practice".
Jeff Malmberg is a documentary director and editor who recently edited the Tremolo film, "Won't You Be My Neighbor?". His debut film "Marwencol" (2010) won over two dozen awards, including two Independent Spirit Awards. It was recently named a Cinema Eye Decade film, as one of the 20 best documentary films in the last ten years. He received a Guggenheim Fellowship for his second feature, “Spettacolo” (2017), set in Tuscany. The film was nominated for a Critics Choice award for Best Documentary and was on the year-end top 10 lists of Esquire and Vulture, among others.
Emma Baiada is an Associate Producer and Assistant at Tremolo Productions. She is responsible for conducting heavy research for an upcoming project, as well as providing support with scheduling, project organization, and general office duties. Prior to working at Tremolo, she was an assistant in the Motion Picture Literary Department at William Morris Endeavor, where she worked closely with agents, writers, and directors.
Robert Gordon is a frequent collaborator with Tremolo Productions. Grammy Award-winning writer and filmmaker. His work has focused on the American south—it’s music, art, and politics. His films include William Eggleston’s Stranded in Canton, Respect Yourself: The Stax Records Story, and the verite shocker, Very Extremely Dangerous. His work has been broadcast on PBS, A&E, and numerous international networks, and been exhibited at the Whitney and MOMA, LACMA, SFMOMA, Haus Der Kunst (Munich) and many other museums the world round. His first book was "It Came From Memphis" and his latest is "Respect Yourself: Stax Records and the Soul Explosion."
Danny Breen is a producer at Tremolo Productions. His most recent work includes Ugly Delicious, an eight episode Netflix original series starring Chef David Chang and Directed by Morgan Neville. Previously, Danny produced The Bandit (2016) which premiered at SXSW and was selected as the San Francisco Film Festival’s closing night film. In addition, he worked with Director Jesse Moss on the critically acclaimed Sundance documentary, The Overnighters (2014) which was short-listed for the 2015 Academy Awards. A graduate of the University of Virginia, Danny has produced films for The New Yorker, The Discovery Channel, and Country Music Television. Danny is currently producing a documentary series for Showtime, Directed by Morgan Neville and Jeff Malmberg.