Brian Malone is a Producer/Director/Editor and Composer from Denver, Colorado. Malone is a five-time Emmy® Award winner and has produced more than a dozen independent documentaries for broadcast and cable. His programs have aired nationally on PBS and cable networks, covering the gamut from Grammy-Award-Winning recording artists, to environmental issues, to Native American culture.
In 2009 Malone produced, directed and edited Intelligent Life, an environmental film that illustrated the unintentional environmental consequences of living a modern life. Intelligent Life won the Artivists Award at the 2009 Artivists Film Festival. In 2006 Malone produced, directed and edited Breaking News: Celebrity Trials and the Media. The documentary covered the downfall of quality TV journalism in the shadow of a shrinking news industry. The film appeared at several film festivals around the U.S. Breaking News was sold for international broadcast distribution at the Sundance Film Festival in 2006.
In 2004 Malone produced the regional broadcast documentary Blinky, a poignant biographical look at one of Colorado’s most famous television personalities. The documentary reflected Blinky’s long and sometimes controversial career. Blinky won critical acclaim and was nominated for an Emmy Award.
The Artist’s Profile series also won critical acclaim and aired nationally on PBS stations across the country. The series gave viewers a rare and up-close look at notable folk and jazz recording artists. Malone’s Pow-Wow documentary on modern Native American culture has earned an honorable exhibit in The Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian.
Cindy Malone is an avid news journalist and producer with a keen sense of journalistic objectivity and good storytelling. Cindy and her husband Brian have produced several documentary projects for international broadcast distribution as well as national and regional broadcast.
Cindy began her career in J-school at Colorado State University, where she was named Journalism Student of the year at her graduation. Cindy spent the next decade as a reporter/anchor and producer starting in Great Falls, Montana. Her news-producing career brought her to Colorado Springs, San Diego and eventually Denver.
After becoming a Mom in 1998, Cindy decided to leave television news and raise her two children at home while running Malone Media Group with her husband and producer Brian Malone. Cindy and Brian have worked together on several documentary and broadcast projects. While Brian produces much of the field shooting, writing and post-production, Cindy manages the research, as well as writes, and supervises final scripting.
Cindy is a history buff and is constantly reading and researching, and, mostly, learning. She has won two Emmy Awards and an Associated Press award.
Stephen Nemeth formed and heads up Rhino Films, the independent film company that originated as a division of iconoclastic record label Rhino Records. He has produced eight films and executive produced fifteen others. He is also working with Amnesty International through Artists for Amnesty on developing and producing human rights related motion pictures and television projects. His Producer credits include Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (starring Johnny Depp and directed by Terry Gilliam), Why do Fools Fall in Love (starring Halle Berry), Dogtown and Z Boys, What We Do Is Secret, the upcoming Radio Free Albemuth (the last Philip K. Dick novel), and You and I (starring Mischa Barton and directed by Roland Joffe). He is in production on The Surrogate, a true story about a disabled man coming to terms with his sexuality and in pre-production on Snake and Mongoose about a legendary drag-racing rivalry band.
Nemeth executive produced the documentary War/Dance about Ugandan child soldiers which was nominated for a 2008 Academy Award for Best Documentary and which won the Director’s Award at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival; Fuel about alternative energies, which won the Audience Award at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival; Flow about the world’s water crisis, which also competed at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival; Climate Refugees about mass migrations due to global warming which premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival; Mr. Bitchin’ about artist Robert Williams which had its world premiere at LACMA in 2010; Patriocracy about the polarization of America; Intelligent Life: Change Your Mind, Change your World; Under the Boardwalk: The Monopoly Story; Beisbol and Pick Up The Mic. Nemeth is in production on numerous other documentaries including Ride With Larry about one man’s quest to raise awareness and Parkinson’s; State of Control, about human rights activists’ opposing China’s oppressive regime; White Man’s Burden and films about George Plimpton and Budd Schulberg.
He serves on the boards of the Woodstock Film Festival, the Wildlife Ecostation, Wheels for Humanity, Children Uniting Nations, Shine on Sierra Leone, Friends of the Earth, OneVoice, the Hollywood Film Festival, the Veggie Van Organization, the One Second Film Foundation, the Millbrook Film Fund in Zurich, the advisory board of the Full Frame Documentary Festival, the dean’s board of US Santa Cruz’s School for the Arts, and was previously on the boards of the Prints and Drawings Department of LACMA, Amnesty International’s Artists for Amnesty and on the advisory board of Rock the Vote. He is a partner in a new online artist community called Planet Illogica and was a consultant for Mobile Media in Norway. He currently serves as a consultant for Admetech, a Harvard Medical School foundation developing prostrate imaging technology. Nemeth was the recipient of 2009’s Vision Award for Documentary Producer and 2009’s Artist award for his advocacy and production of socially conscious films. He was named one of the “Top Ten Most Prolofic Producers in Hollywood” by The Hollywood Reporter, and one of the “Ten Coolest People in Hollywood” by an online survery of 500 agents, managers, journalists, and lawyers. Prior to forming Rhino Films, nemeth worked as an independent producer and as a motion picture agent at the William Morris Agency. He is a graduate of UCLA’s psychology department.