Defying traditional tracts of success, Gibson Frazier has followed his own inspiration creating opportunities for himself. He co-wrote, produced, and starred in the indie cult hit MAN OF THE CENTURY which won the Audience Award at the Slamdance Film Festival and was cited by the National Board of Review for Excellence in Independent Filmmaking. From performing in some of the most celebrated works on the New York Stage to developing and directing Christopher Titus’ play NORMAN ROCKWELL IS BLEEDING, the inspiration for the FOX television show TITUS, to an impressive list of acting credits working with such luminaries as Jack Klugman, Tony Randall, and Kirk Douglas, Gibson Frazier is as comfortable in the art world as he is in the commercial realm. A stalwart of New York’s downtown theatre scene, Gibson was named one of the best off-Broadway actors by both THE VILLAGE VOICE and TIME OUT NEW YORK.
As a writer, Mark was nominated by the Mystery Writer's Association of America for the prestigious Edgar Award for his stage adaptation of THE CHRONOLOGY PROTECTION CASE. He is also the co-storywriter, along with John Hamburg (MEET THE PARENTS, I LOVE YOU, MAN) of the screenplay, THE TROUBLESHOOTER, purchased by Universal Studios, and the co-author of the screenplay A CORNER OF THE UNIVERSE, commissioned by Joanne Woodward. Mark is a graduate of Brown University and holds an MA from Fordham University, where he teaches courses on Shakespeare, "New York In Film" and "The Films of Alfred Hitchcock," among others. Mark directed THE 39 STEPS at the Tony Award Winning Alley Theatre, setting record ticket sales in that theatre's 60 year history. As an actor, Mark was a member of the original company of THE 39 STEPS on Broadway and the long running hits AS BEES IN HONEY DROWN and TRYST, off-Broadway. He is an artistic associate of the Hangar Theatre.
Named one of Variety's Producers to Watch, Susan Leber has made a career producing critically acclaimed independent features. A graduate of Boston University's Film School, Leber’s first feature production, Ilya Chaiken’s acclaimed MARGARITA HAPPY HOUR, had its world premiere at Sundance 2001. Susan went on to produce a string of critical darlings and indie successes including THE TECHNICAL WRITER (Sundance 2003), DOWN TO THE BONE (Sundance 2004), BITTERSWEET PLACE (Tribeca Film Festival 2005), and TOE TO TOE (Sundance 2010). Leber line produced JC Chandor’s acclaimed MARGIN CALL starring Kevin Spacey, which premiered at Sundance 2011, opened New Directors New Films, and was released by Lionsgate/Roadside in 2011. Leber co-produced recent Oscilloscope release HELLO I MUST BE GOING and the upcoming Isabel Coixet film, LEARNING TO DRIVE, starring Sir Ben Kingsley and Patricia Clarkson.
Jennifer started her career as an editor, and eventually became President of Post Production at Miramax Films, overseeing post-production on such films as BROTHERS GRIMM (Terry Gilliam) and the Academy Award winning film CHICAGO (Rob Marshall). As a freelance post supervisor, she has worked for Warner Bros., Dreamworks, Disney, and Universal, among others. Her feature credits include THE BOURNE LEGACY (Tony Gilroy), EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE (Stephen Daldry), THE ADJUSTMENT BUREAU (George Nolfi), REVOLUTIONARY ROAD (Sam Mendes), DOUBT (John Patrick Shanley), TAKING WOODSTOCK (Ang Lee), and THE GOOD SHEPHERD (Robert De Niro). She has also worked on many independent films including SECRETARY (Steven Shainberg), SIDEWALKS OF NEW YORK (Edward Burns), TRUST THE MAN (Bart Freundlich), and most recently THE DISAPPEARANCE OF ELEANOR RIGBY: HIM AND HER (Ned Benson). She most recently oversaw post-production on Disney’s musical INTO THE WOODS directed by Rob Marshall. Jennifer serves as a board member of the Post New York Alliance and the Executive Committee of the East Coast Producer’s Guild of America.