Chris_GuestChristopher Guest

Writer, actor, director, musician, composer, and comedian, Guest painted sets before he ever performed. Guest holds a hereditary British peerage…he is Lord Haden-Guest. And he is, without a doubt, the master of droll satire, bringing us This is Spinal Tap, The Princess Bride, Best in Show, and A Mighty Wind. Guest is currently editing his latest work, Mascots.


Jeff Goldblum

Jeff Goldblum’s quirky delivery style comfortably fits him into Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel and The Life Aquatic. From fretting over his mantra in Annie Hall to battling dinosaurs in Jurassic Park, from his high-profile turn in the classic ensemble film The Big Chill , to Buckaroo Banzai or to Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Goldblum’s eccentric characters run the gamut and leave a lasting impression.

Michael_MannMichael Mann

Academy Award nominated director, screenwriter and producer, Mann is known as a demanding perfectionist. Total Film ranked Mann No. 28 on its list of the 100 Greatest Directors Ever, and Entertainment Weekly ranked Mann No. 8 on their 25 Greatest Active Film Directors list. His films include Last of the Mohicans, Heat, The Insider, Ali, Collateral, and Blackhat.


Melanie Mayron

Emmy Award winning actress, Mayron is an acclaimed director of film and TV, including Jane the Virgin, Thirtysomething, Mean Girls 2, Pretty Little Liars and The Babysitters Club. Mayron’s entrepreneurial career focuses on “Mayron’s Goods,” a company she began with her father, a pharmaceutical chemist—“natural and organic skin care made good in the family lab.”


milana_VayntrubMilana Vayntrub

Once a Soviet refuge, Vayntrub currently advocates for Syrian refugees. Born in Uzbekistan, Vayntrub is wildly popular as Lilly, the sassy saleswoman in the current AT&T campaign. Her website,, raises awareness about the refugee crisis. Her television credits include episodes of Lizzie McGuire, ER, Californication, and Silicon Valley.


Tony_Revolori.Tony Revolori

    The doleful bellhop at the Grand Budapest Hotel, Tony Revolori was born Anthony Quinonez in Anaheim, California. Following his role as Zero Moustafa, he was cast in Dope and The 5th Wave. His television credits include episodes of Entourage, My Name is Earl, and Sons of Tucson



Kevin Clark

Executive Director of the Association of Film Commissioners International, Clark has in-depth knowledge of the AFCI, having overseen many programs and initiatives while bringing a strong emphasis to member service and relationships. Previously the Director of AFCI membership, Clark has been with the organization over 10 years.


Amy Lemisch

Executive Director of the California Film Commission since 2004, Lemisch was instrumental in creating and implementing a successful tax credit program to curb runaway production in California. A member of the DGA and PGA, Lemisch produced films for Penny Marshall’s company. Her credits include Riding in Cars With Boys, The Preacher’s Wife, Awakenings, and A League of Their Own.



Ilt Jones

Welsh born Jones has been a location manager for 23 years. Primarily based in LA, he works all over the US and other countries including Vietnam, China, Egypt, the Bahamas and Europe.  Predominantly known for his work on the Transformers franchise, X-Files, Inception, and The Dark Knight Rises, Jones won the inaugural LMGA Award for Feature Films for his work on Iron Man 3.