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Ron Lazzeretti
A veteran commercial director and independent filmmaker, Ron recently wrote and directed the independent feature Something Better Somewhere Else, which Roger Ebert hailed as "a delightful film, and in some stretches a flawless one." Ron keeps that review under his pillow.

He also wrote and produced The Merry Gentleman, starring Michael Keaton and Kelly Macdonald. The film had its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival and went on to earn rave reviews in the LA Times, The NY Times as well as 3 ½ stars from Ebert, qualifying him for Ron's Christmas card list.

He also owns and operates Hog Butcher LLC, an advertising and content company that employs the talents of writers, actors and improv artists who've worked the stages of Chicago institutions like Second City, IO, and The Annoyance Theater, Steppenwolf, and The Goodman Theater.

Ron is currently developing his next independent feature, The New Judy Blue. Got any money?
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David Pasquesi
David Pasquesi is a Second City alum and has performed on stage in Chicago at Steppenwolf, Goodman, Northlight, Remains and Victory Gardens. He improvises in the long-running show TJ and Dave in Chicago and New York.

His television credits include acting in and co-producing Spike's comedy Factory.

In film, in addition to Graveyard, Last Day and Moving Day, David can be seen in a bunch of movies, including Strangers with Candy, Employee of the Month and most recently Angels and Demons. If you want to know more… that's exactly what IMDB was invented for.
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Christian Stolte
Exploring the theory that one might watch the "Graveyard" shorts and consequently wish to know more about Christian Stolte – a seemingly unlikely development, but treated as though it were plausible:

Stolte has put in his time in the Chicago theatre community, paying his dues at Steppenwolf, Goodman, A Red Orchid and Profiles Theatres, among others, so get off his back. Such work has also taken him to London (couple times); Galway, Ireland; and Melbourne, Australia, among other places not quite as cool as those.

He has also appeared on the magical television box, portraying "Corrections Officer Stolte" (go figure) for 18 episodes of Prison Break, and he worked on episodes of The Beast, America's Most Wanted, and most recently, The Chicago Code. He has also found employment on programs set to appear as part of the legendary fall 2011 TV schedule, specifically The Playboy Club (NBC) and Boss (Starz). You need more? How about movies? Oh yes, he's done a handful of those, including Road to Perdition, Mr. 3000, Stranger Than Fiction, Something Better Somewhere Else, Osso Bucco, Crime Fiction, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Ali, Were The World Mine, Public Enemies and Law Abiding Citizen. If you still can't place where you recognize him from, perhaps you went to school together. Who'd you have for Chemistry? Burkhauser? Yes, so did he.
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Ed Amaya
Ed is Executive Producer/Owner of 59 Films, a content and commercial production company. With his stable of 5 directors Ed has created work for Team Detroit, Draft FCB and Leo Burnett UK for such clients as Coors Light, Frito Lay, Qwest, Jiffy Lube and McDonalds. Among the more notable campaigns that Ed has produced are the popular, long running Coors Light "NFL Coaches Press Conference" spots.

In the mid-nineties, he co-founded his first commercial production company, Two Olives. The shop enjoyed a successful run highlighted by acclaimed national work for Miller Lite, Chevrolet, Snapple, A & W Root Beer, Pert Shampoo and Illinois Lottery to name a few.

Ed produced the independent feature Something Better Somewhere Else written and directed by Ron Lazzeretti. He also produced The Opera Lover, which won the Audience Award at The Newport Film Festival and played extensively on Showtime and The Sundance Channel.
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Brian Clark
When he’s not staying up late with guys like these, Brian works the day shift editing numerous commercials, TV programs, and other films long and short. In the past Brian has been Editor/EVP of Swell Pictures, but in recent years his allegiances have been more mercenary. He goes wherever there is footage to be sliced up and a tale to be told. He even brings his own weapon (ok, so it’s just a bag with a computer in it). You can see more of his work on the web and TV or at www.Rashomon.co.
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Ike Reilly
All the music for Graveyard is by the great Ike Reilly.
To learn all about him and maybe even to pony up and buy some of his music, click here.
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