The director of the supernatural film short Harmony, Logan Kibens, is a Writer and a Director whose work integrates a background in visual arts and experimental film with narrative, character driven storytelling. She holds an MFA in Film Directing from CalArts, and a BFA in film/video from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
She is a 2012 Sundance Screenwriters Lab fellow and recipient of the HBO/DGA Directing Fellowship. Logan was selected as one of Film Independent’s Project:Involve fellows after completing her CalArts thesis film, Recessive. Her films have screened at museums and festivals such as The Chicago International Film Festival, Outfest, Frameline, Brooklyn Museum of Art, ZINEBI and Redcat among others. Kibens worked as a commercial editor for eight years, most recently at Leo Burnett on campaigns ranging from Blackberry to Cadillac to Disney. She is an award-winning projections designer for theatre and dance with designs at The Goodman, Steppenwolf, and The Washington Opera to name a few. Her original screenplay Operator is supported by the Sundance Institute, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and was selected as a finalist for the 2012 SFFS Hearst Screenwriting Grant.
Dawn Davis is the producer and lead actress in the film short Haarmony. She is a Los Angeles-based actress who hails from New York, Michigan, Indiana and Massachusetts (in that order). Dawn studied Theatre at Huntington University and Film at the Los Angeles Film Studies Center. She is also an experienced director and writer.
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