Molly Mayeux is a veteran producer with over 20 motion picture credits. Her films have screened at the most prestigious film festivals around the world including Sundance, Toronto, Rotterdam and Cannes.
Through has production banner, Dahlia Street Motion Pictures, Molly’s first producer credit was Savior, which starred Dennis Quaid and was executive produced by Oliver Stone. Savior was released by Columbia Pictures in 1998.
Other credits include The Hi-Line starring Rachael Leigh Cook, Dandelion starring Vincent Kartheiser and Tyler Perry’s Diary of a Mad Black Woman.
Recent titles include Ava Duvernay’s first narrative feature, I Will Follow, Chasing Ghosts starring SNL’s Tim Meadows, which is in wide release by Millennium Films and the upcoming Waiting for the Miracle to Come, directed by Lian Lunson which stars Willie Nelson and Charlotte Ramping. Waiting for the Miracle to Come is executive produced by Bono and Wim Wenders.
Molly is also an active member of the Producer’s Guild of America.
Animation Director, Co-producer
As founding member of Pixar, the pioneering computer animation company, Ralph Guggenheim was Vice President of Feature Animation, managing the growth and development of its studio from seven people in 1986 to more than 350 in 1997.
Ralph produced Pixar’s Oscar-winning short film, Tin Toy as well as numerous animated commercials. From 1991 to 1995, Ralph produced Toy Story for Pixar and Disney. This computer animated feature film, made for $30 million, grossed over $360 million worldwide and is among the most successful animated franchises ever made.
Sword Choreography Consultant
Kataoka a.k.a. Ken Kensei is a SAG actor and a 7th Dan Kendo (Japanese Samurai Fencing) and Iado (Sword) Choreographer.
He’s the Founder and Director of The New York City Kendo Club and the 20th generation Master of Muso Jikiden Eshin Ryui, a school dating from the 16th century.
A small summary of his work as an actor:
The Flying Scissors (2009) by Jonah Tulis
Letters from Iwo Jima (2006) by Clint Eastwood
Black Rain (1989) by Ridley Scott
Slaves of New York (1989) by James Ivory
Tanroh Ishida has been featured on The Railway Man, 47 Ronin, and Gambit. Full IMDb.