Mark Achbar is one of a wave of non-fiction feature filmmakers reaching large international audiences through mainstream theatres, TV, DVD, and the internet. After studying Film at Syracuse University, he worked on independent drama, documentaries, and books until he found his footing as the driving force behind the two most successful Canadian feature documentaries ever made.
Jennifer Abbott is a documentary maker, cultural activist and editor with a particular interest in producing media that shifts perspectives on problematic social norms and practices. In addition to co-directing and editing THE CORPORATION, she produced, directed and edited A Cow at My Table, a feature documentary about meat, culture and animals, which won 8 international awards.
Bart Simpson has been part of the Canadian documentary and fiction community for the past eight years, and joined THE CORPORATION during the development days of late 1998. Previously, Bart has worked in various capacities on such documentary films as Nettie Wild's Genie-Award winning A Place Called Chiapas and David Vaisbord's Juicy Danger Meets Burning Man.
Mikéla j. mikael is an international singer & actor. She began her professional singing career in 1994, finding her voice in the underground electronica scene in belgium, germany, holland & the u.k. Yet, as lead singer of vancouver's emerging trip-hop duo 'unspoken' created with collaborator len paul, her lyrics & spoken word pieces have become increasingly relevant.
Velcrow Ripper is a Genie award winning filmmaker, writer, and sound designer. He has directed over thirty films and videos, both fiction and issue oriented documentary including the spiritual activism trilogy: Scared Sacred, Fierce Light and Occupy Love.
Leonard Paul attained his Honours degree in Computer Science at Simon Fraser University in BC, Canada with an Extended Minor in Music concentrating in electroacoustics. He has a ten year history in video games with over ten titles to his credit and currently teaches Game Audio at the Vancouver Film School.