Video Production Company, Charlotte, North Carolina Commercials, Web Streaming Videos, Marketing Video Sales Tools, Documentaries, Music Videos, Viral Videos, Sports Videos, Aerial Video Production, Film Production, Green Screen, Animation, Special Effects, Editing, Budgeting, Script Writing, Voice Over, Music Library.
Linda Ann Watt Owner—offers 25 years of experience in preproduction, production and postproduction including writing, budgeting and directing. Watt produced and directed a TV series with celebrity guests for Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member stations nationally, through American Public Television (APT) and she executive produced a children’s series for PBS member stations and produced a documentary Unicycle for national PBS in Washington D.C.
Nominated for a Tony Award for Excellence in Theatre Education in 2015, Watt also teaches “Method” acting for professional actors in Charlotte and Atlanta. Watt is a member of Screen Actor’s Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artist (SAG-AFTRA), past member Actors Equity Association (AEA) and has appeared in film, television, commercials and theater.
Watt worked for Estee Lauder in their corporate offices under the Lauders. This experience garnered Watt invaluable experience in marketing. She then headed strategic development for Street Dogs Marketing, where she oversaw projects for Paramount, Warner Bros. and Mattel Toys. Watt, an executive board member of Women in Film in Los Angeles produced the Academy Awards Viewing Party, which became an annual Hollywood event.
Watt attended the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and State University of New York (SUNY) Nassau Community College. She also attended New York Academy of Theatrical Arts (under scholarship), Stella Adler Conservatory, American Theatre of Actors (ATA), Beverly Hills Playhouse with Milton Katselas and with Lorrie Hull, Ph.D. Watt produced The Method, based on Stanislavski and Strasberg, written by Hull.
Cory Riback Owner—offers 25 years of expert experience in film and video production. Riback worked as producer, director, cameraman, gaffer and director of photography on features and commercials. Riback wrote and produced Unicycle, a documentary for national Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). He produced and was director of photography on Melvin Goes Disco, a 35mm film for HBO television. He went on to create the series, Cory’s Learning Corner with robotic puppets he created for PBS member stations nationally, through American Public Television (APT).
Riback, a member of Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA), also created a live show and performs nationally with the best variety performers in the world.
Riback lectures at the School of Art and Design and University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He teaches a filmmaking course for professional filmmakers and has trained students from major universities on production, robotic puppet building, editing and animation.
Riback attended School of Art and Design, The Leonard Davis Center of Performing Arts and the School of Visual Arts where he majored in film production and editing. For fluid camera movement, he studied mime with Keith Berger and master teacher, Marcel Marceau. He also attended Beverly Hills Playhouse under the direction of, Milton Katselas and HB Studios.