Tiffany Fisher-Love is a Brooklyn based producer. Projects across the globe include work for Broadway Across America (Lion King) Van Warped Tour and touring with Opera Ireland. Her recent short BARISTA (Executive Producer) has won numerous awards including at Hollywood Shorts 2018, #GOINGHOMELESS (producer), OUT TO DRY (Producer), WALK ME THROUGH IT (Producer) and she is currently acting as a Co-Producer for UNITED SKATES.
Director of Not in My Lifetime
Pam works as a freelance producer/director and storyteller in the Twin Cities. She teaches Cinema and Documentary classes at Film North. Recently, her GrandSlam winning story was featured on National Public Radio. This inspired her to mix storytelling and filmmaking in her most recent documentary, Not in My Lifetime. Her credits include narrative and documentary work.
Writer/Director of Rag Dolls
Kristin Schaack is a Minnesota native director, writer, and producer. Her background in film is rooted in her love for theater and initial dream of wanting to be an actor. Realizing she is better suited for behind the camera, Kristin earned her Bachelor of Arts in Film & Television from Chapman University in Southern California. After college, she worked on several television shows, including The Office, Weeds, and Heroes. Since returning to Minnesota, Kristin has co-directed over a dozen short films with Above-the-Line Entertainment, serves on the Board of Directors for FilmNorth, and works full-time as a producer for Target. Her taste in film mirrors how she likes to run her set - fun and full of laughter.
President of MN Women in Film and Television
Food and Prop Media Stylist
Jody’s experience in the film industry began in 1994 as a wardrobe assistant on a Sears Shoes commercial. She worked as a PA and wardrobe/prop stylist, production coordinator, manager on commercials, corporate videos, television series and feature films in an effort to find her own unique niche in the business. Eventually as a result of being hired as a food and prop stylist, that became her position for hire. She has served on the MN WIFT Board since 2008, four of those years as Vice-President and previously chaired the Communications Committee overseeing the MN WIFT newsletter and e-blasts.