Radiclani Clytus (Director, Executive Producer)
Radiclani is an Assistant Professor of English and American Studies at Brown University, specializing in nineteenth-century (African) American cultural productions. He has received fellowships from the American Antiquarian Society, New-York Historical Society, and Library Company of Philadelphia. He is the editor of Blue Notes: Essays, Interviews, and Commentaries (University of Michigan, 2000), a compilation of prose works by Yusef Komunyakaa, and is the author of several articles on nineteenth-century circum-Atlantic visual culture. His forthcoming book, Graphic Slavery: American Abolitionism and the Primacy of the Visual, examines the ocularcentric roots of American anti-slavery rhetoric. Grammar is Radiclani’s first foray into filmmaking
Gregg Conde (Director, Producer, Cinematographer)
Gregg is a director and cinematographer based out of Brooklyn NY. He received his BA in Photography from San Jose State University and MFA in Film Directing from Columbia University. As a cinematographer, Gregg has lensed many award winning films, most notably Four (2012), starring Wendell Peirce in an Independent Spirit Award Nominated role, and Crystal (2014), a short narrative film premiering in competition at SXSW 2014. He is a founding member of Think/Feel a Brooklyn-based multidisciplinary creative collective.
Anthony Gannon (Director, Producer, Editor)
Tony is a documentary film director, radio producer, and commercial editor. He holds a B.A. from the University of Chicago where he fostered a love for film and a rigorous work ethic. His first feature documentary experience as co-editor occurred on In A Dream (2008), which won numerous awards at festivals such as SXSW and Full Frame. This documentary was followed by his co-direction of the short film, Days Dance (2009). In 2010, he edited MINUSTAH vole kabrit, a feature that screened at IDFA, and he has also co-edited the short film Paraíso (2013), which had a significant festival run and was short-listed for an Oscar nomination.