Logan Sandler is an award-winning filmmaker. He obtained his MFA in Directing from the AFI Conservatory, where he received the Franklin J. Schaffner Fellow Award. His thesis film TRACKS (AFI FEST 2015) was shown at various film festivals internationally. The film won the Lexus Audience Award for Best Short Film at the Miami International Film Festival. LIVE CARGO, his feature debut, premiered in competition at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival. The film went onto screen at festivals such as AFI FEST, the Warsaw Film Festival, the São Paulo International Film Festival and the Torino Film Festival.
Currently, he has various TV and feature film projects in development. Logan is represented by Joanne Wiles of ICM Partners.
Thymaya Payne is a filmmaker based in New York and Mexico City. His first documentary feature Stolen Seas was hailed as "magnificent" by the New York Times, and Variety wrote that its "three years' worth of visits to one of the world’s most volatile hot zones, is as exciting as its content". Stolen Seas won the Boccolino D'oro at the Locarno Film festival critics week and enjoys a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. In 2015,Thymaya co-wrote and produced the independent film Live Cargo directed by Logan Sandler, Starring Keith Stanfield and Dree Hemingway. Live Cargo premiered in competition at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival.
Lauren Brady is a Denver native and graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. She produced “Jane Wants a Boyfriend” (dir. William C. Sullivan, starring Eliza Dushku and Louisa Krause), “Live Cargo” (dir. Logan Sandler, starring Keith Stanfield and Dree Hemingway), and is a Co-Producer on “Women Who Kill,” which took home the Jury Award for Best Screenplay at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival. She is currently a Creative Producer at Vox Media’s in-house branded and sponsored content studio.