The Production Crew
Darlene Cypser has ten years of experience producing and selling motion pictures. She is an attorney with 22 years of experience
licensed to practice in both Colorado and New York. Darlene is the
primary sales agent and negotiator of distribution deals for Inferno Film Productions which sells motion picture
distribution rights for a number of other production companies. Darlene produced Dragon and the Hawk in 1999/2000
and has advised producers, production companies and distributors on tax matters, production, distribution
and marketing. Darlene has written articles for magazines and spoken on these topics at conferences including the Legal
Aspects of Film and Video Production Conference and the Creative Business Expo in Denver, the
Midwest Entertainment Industry Conference in Lexington, Kentucky.
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Trygve first came to the movie business as an actor. He has directed companies and small stage plays. He has also done work in the background on
other feature films including Surfer King, Spotless and Back Slash. He has also assisted other movie directors in communicating their directions to actors.
Trygve is chiefly responsible for managing Inferno's technology needs including purchasing, assembling and maintaining hardware
and software for our Internet servers and editing machines, and arranging video format conversions to meet delivery requirements.
He also actively participates in Inferno's distribution contract negotiations and acts in some of its productions.
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Director of Photography: Edward Done
Edward has been a director of photography for over 12 years. Ed was DP on a Memory of a Large Christmas, Monty,
Midnight Sun, The Newspaper, Path Altered
and She Said She Loved Me. Edward was the second unit director of photography on John Sayle's feature film, Silver City.
and is currently working on a documentary for the U.S. Air Force Academy. He has worked on countless commercials, music videos and industrial films
for clients such as 1stBank, Toyota, Sofa Mart/Oak Express, Gart Sports, Starz Encore and King Soopers.
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Production Sound Mixer: Dave Schaaf
Dave has been the production sound mixer on dozens of features films and television programs,
including: Six Wire Winter, Dancing Bear, The Claim, Friends First, Perfect Murder, Perfect Town, Dragon and the Hawk,
Food for the Heart, Picture of Priority, No Way Up, Ichabod, America's Most Wanted, Entertainment Tonight, Nova
Oprah's Big Give and The Pacific TV mini-series.
He's worked on commercials for Ford, Lockheed Martin, Gain Detergent, StorageTek, Rocky Mountain News, and Total Petroleum.
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2nd Unit Director: Mark S. Grove
Mark Steven Grove has been an actor, stunt and fight choreographer, special FX supervisor,
firearms handler, action coordinator and director since 1989. His stunts and effects film credits include:
3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain, Mad Love, My Samurai, Seclusion, Looking for Sunday, Alice in Wasteland,
Surfer King, The Goal, Spotless, The Sensei, Tequila Express, Brother Tied, and Tiger Street. He has also worked
on local and national television programs including the Highlander series, and a program for the History Channel.
Mark also directed The Shadow Walkers and Dragon and the Hawk. He is currently co-directing Gathering of Heroes: Legend of the Seven Swords
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Visual Effects Supervisor and 2nd Unit DP: Jon Firestone
Jon Firestone has over eight years experience behind the camera and has extensive experience at computer
generated visual effects including chroma-key work to combine live and computer generated footage.
Jon is currently director of photography and Co-director of Gathering of Heroes: Legend of the Seven Swords. He was
2nd unit DP and visual effects supervisor for The Shadow Walkers, director of photography for Stained Glass
Windows and To Build a Fire, and he created the visual effects for The Midnight Sun. Jon has shot a number
of commercials and other projects. His clients have included Starz Encore, Furniture Row, Subway, CoLours TV and Remax. Jon also developed and
taught the 3D graphics program at the Colorado Film School.
Lorraine is a native New Yorker who honed her craft in Los Angeles. From Super-Models, to TV and movie actors, to rock stars, political candidates,
and sports figures, Lorraine has done it all. Madeline Albright, Elvis Costello, Richard Dreyfuss, Al Gore and Peyton Manning have sat in her chair.
She has worked with photographers such as Joyce Tenneson and Robert Farber and directors like Steve Horn, John Derek, Robert Altman and Joe Pitka.
Sony has labeled her the "Hi-Def Queen" for the natural look she delviers that stands up to the rigors of Hi-Def close-ups. Lorraine's artistry at creating the
the look of the period wigs and make up for the characters in The Highwayman are an essential part of the movie.
Assistant Director: Nancy Snyder
Sword Choreographer, Best Boy, Set Dressing: Justin McQueede
Assistant Camera: Tod Boyle
2nd Assistant Camera: D.J. Zupancic
Gaffer: Kyle Steinbrinck
Boom Operator: Jessie Marek
2nd Unit AC: Tim Hardy
2nd Unit Sound: Jeff Deel
2nd Unit Sound: Tom Cassetta
Assistant Makeup Artist: Lauren Rennells
Makeup Assistant: Joyce Cunningham
Makeup Assistant: Rachael Holland
Production Assistants: Jane Barnet, Robert Main, Mandi McNabb, Mackenzie Cleveland, Brian Cabrera, Steven Shore, Catalina Catani, Tim Gallagher, April Gallagher, John Sims, Mira Hoffman
Dialect Coach: Ailish Riggs
Horse Wranglers: Sean Rickel, Vic Kanep, Chris Green
Horse Doubles: Joshua Ruddell, Vic Kanep
Grips: Will Beckingham, Nick Falls
Costumers: Wendy Felker, Marci Heiser, Sarah Lotfi, Yvonne Jennings, Fay McKinney, Joni Cordova, Havilah Davis,
Kathryn Gould, Francesca Bollinger, Jonval Leather and Furs, and more...