I have a passion for helping people share their stories through film. I strive to unite and mobilize my generation through its own love of truth. I love working with people and helping them achieve their creative ideas. I have always had a passion for autistic students and their achievements because I feel I can relate to them through my childhood.
Michael Cary Brown, Director
My name is Noelle Cruce and I am a senior at Huntington University. I have been involved in film for 8 years now. My passion is for editing because I love putting pictures together and creating a story. I have a heart for helping people and I believe that every one has a story that needs to be told. That is why I am involved in this project.
Noelle Cruce, Producer
My name is Molly Gropp. I am a junior at Huntington University, majoring in Film Production. My passion is people. As an artist I want to give voices to those who are unheard by using the camera to tell their stories.
Molly Gropp, Assistant Producer
My name is Alex Kight. I am 20 years old and from Greenwood, Indiana. Filmmaking has been a passion of mine for the past five years since my junior year of high school. Coming to Huntington University, I was one of two freshmen students that was able to direct and write a freshmen film. Currently, I have directed, produced, and wrote eight short films and am really excited to be part of this documentary. I am hoping that this will be a new challenge that will push me past my limits and help bring about new filmmaking abilities in the process.
Alex Kight, Director of Photography