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Alex wrote and produced the theatrical documentary Bigger Stronger Faster*, which he developed and guided through every stage from financing and production to final delivery and distribution.  The film premiered in competition at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and was distributed by Magnolia Pictures.  Alex was the co-producer and director of photography of Green Street Hooligans, about London’s football subculture starring Elijah Wood, which won both the Jury Prize and Audience Award at the 2005 SXSW Film Festival.  In 2003, Alex received an Oscar nomination for the short film Johnny Flynton, which he produced and photographed.   He recently completed the Chinese co-production Shanghai Kiss, starring Hayden Panettiere, and has been the director of photography for the Saturday Night Live Film Unit for the past 9 seasons.  Other credits include the Emmy-nominated ESPN series Mayne Street.  Alex is a graduate of the USC School of Cinema Arts and spent his early post-collegiate years on the camera crews of studio films including Twister, Conspiracy Theory and Armageddon. 

Buono is a member of the Writer’s Guild of America, the International Cinematographer’s Guild and International Documentary Association.

Tamsin Rawady was born into a family of filmmakers in Melbourne, Australia.  She earned her degree from Melbourne University, double-majoring in Cinema and History while working on various film and television productions including the long running network drama series Neighbors and the 26 episode comedy show, Get A Life.  In 1998, Tamsin moved to Los Angeles to attend the UCLA Film and TV program, and worked for the international commercial production companies Foreign Affaires and Crossroads Films, which produced commercials with directors Dean Semler, Ian Macdonald and Mark Pellington.   Rawady also produced the motocross sports-documentary film Wrathchild.  Back in Australia, she produced the feature Fishnet for cult-film director Mark Savage, was the script doctor for the theatrical narrative feature Dalkeith.  In 2003 she produced, wrote and directed the documentary Prep For Life for Australia’s SBS network.   Following, she was awarded a development grant from Film Victoria and UN-AIDS for The Sixth Wave, a feature documentary about the AIDS crisis in Southeast Asia.  With partner Alex Buono, Rawady developed, wrote and produced the award-winning theatrical documentary Bigger Stronger Faster* which premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and was distributed by Magnolia Pictures.

Rawady is a member of the Writer’s Guild of America and International Documentary Association.