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Peggy Rajski

Peggy Rajski has produced both studio and independent feature films. Her credits include HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS, LITTLE MAN TATE, THE GRIFTERS, plus a long association with writer/director John Sayles (THE BROTHER FROM ANOTHER PLANET, MATEWAN and EIGHT MEN OUT). She has directed second unit photography on several of her features, as well as the New York comedy/improvisational performance group Belles Jeste. She sits on the board of the Independent Feature Project/West and is a past recipient of the Muse Award from New York Women in Film and Television.

Randy Stone

Producer Randy Stone is an Emmy Award-winning casting director, whose credits include "The X-Files" and "Say Anything." He also developed and executive produced "Little Man Tate." He is currently the senior

vice president of talent and casting at 20th Century Fox Television. Alongwith Jodie Foster, next year he will produce an Egg Pictures/Polygram Filmed Entertainment feature film, HANGMAN, from James Wong's and Glen Morgan's script. The picture will be directed by James Wong.

James Lecesne

James Lecesne has been creating and performing one-man shows since 1980. TREVOR was based on a section from his show, WORD OF MOUTH: The Story of a Human Satellite Dish. WORD OF MOUTH was produced by Mike Nichols, Elaine May and Julian Schlossberg at The Promenade Theater in New York, and it won the Drama Desk Award and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Solo Performance. He also performed WORD OF MOUTH at The Coast Playhouse in Los Angeles where it won the LA Weekly Theater Award. ONE MAN BAND, his one-man musical, premiered Off-Broadway in 1985 and was produced around the country. Other theaterworks by Lecesne include EVIDENCE, LETTERS TO THE PUBLIC at the New York Public Shakespeare Festival, and GOTTA GETAWAY at Radio City Music Hall.