Producer and director, Tommy is a graduate of UCLA School of Cinema/Television. He produced and directed many music videos and worked artists such as Ben Harper, Reba McEntire, Young MC, Kurtis Blow, The Luniz, Eazy E. Tommy filmed the “illegal” second MMA championship – staged in the Mohawk Indian Reservation outside of Montreal – where participants were arrested. Tommy also filmed the early years of the UFC, creating a unique MMA archive. Tommy's first documentary feature 'Slippin’, Ten Years with The Bloods', premiered at Tribecca film festival in 2005, was shown on Showtime Network and won awards internationally. Other films include 'The History of Rap'.
Alex Harvey is a UK film and TV director and producer, based in LA. He filmed many episodes of the TV show '1000 Ways To Die'. Previous credits include cinema shorts 'The Fiancee' and 'Vacuum' and the EMMY nominated BBC film 'The Lives of Animals'. His first film for Channel Four 'A Bill Called William', was nominated for a John Grierson Award. He has produced and directed several documentary series, including 'Slave Nation' for Channel Four and 'Old New World' for the BBC. With fellow director Reg Traviss, Alex set up and co-produced Kingsway Films' movie 'Joy Division', distributed worldwide by Handmade Films.