Signs He Made at Home

Directed by Charlie Cole and Machel Ross

An outsider artist spends a lifetime creating a world bigger than himself.


Credits

Starring | Ian Eaton, Elianny McDonald, Bruce Ross, and Georgia King

Story | Machel Ross

Screenplay | Michael Norton

Directors | Charlie Cole and Machel Ross

Cinematographer | Charlie Cole

1st Assistant Camera | William Burris

Production Designer | Simon Ban

Art Director | Isabella Copeland

Gaffers | Kylie Shaffer and John Mofield

PA | James Saunders

Post Supervisor | Isabella Copeland

Editors | Matt Simmons and Guangwei Du

Visual Effects | Jameson Mitchell

Hair/Makeup | Yann Morales

Sound | Henry Myers

Producers | Lilah Dougherty, Ottavia Brey, Greg Marcus, Isabella Copeland, Machel Ross, and Charlie Cole

Executive Producers | Barbara Cole, Charles D. Warren, Cindy Kohlenberg, Ella Cole, Parker Cole, Fabien Prevost, John Phelan, Maureen Thorp, Mercedes Ross, Patrice Taylor, and Woody Meade

 

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