Who Are We?
Craig Rogers - Born in New England and brought up with a classic “New England Work Ethic”, Craig moved to Los Angeles in 1994. He attended Columbia College – Hollywood, where he studied film production. More importantly, he met long time friends which in turn led to his working at IMAX.
He learned quickly that the level of precision and quality control required for an IMAX presentation is proportionate to its increased size. Every flaw is equally magnified. It’s a level of dedication to image quality unheard of in any other format. During his nearly twelve years with the company he supervised the film recording of over 50 IMAX releases, including The Dark Knight, Avatar and the Harry Potter series. He was also the hands-on post production supervisor on countless large format releases including Hurricane on the Bayou, Ultimate Wave: Tahiti, and Born to Be Wild.
More recently he has been channeling his obsession of image quality with his great interest in history (New Englander’s love their history!) into film restoration, and it’s proven to be a winning combination.
Moises Jimenez - Born and raised in South Central Los Angeles, Moises has developed his artistic voice by drawing from life experiences and the ever-present racial tensions of the city. As a child living through the “white flight” of the 80′s, he was able to witness the social unrest brought on by the Civil Rights movement as well as immigrant labor. He has personally grown through events such as the 1992 LA riots, the 1995 O.J. Simpson murder verdict, and the unsolved murder of his high school principal, Gary Beverly. Instead of fearing race as a taboo, Moises probes into the social tension between the many communities which make Los Angeles the multi-cultural city it’s known for.