Kobi Shely – Producer, Director, Writer and Editor. MacHeads is Kobi’s first feature length documentary. He received a BA in Film at Hunter College New York and got his experience editing award winning shorts . He was an Assitant editor on the Turner Classic Movies documentary The John Garfield Story and directed Intervention, the short film on awards at San Francisco Brainwash Film Festival. After directing and editing numerous promos and music videos for Israeli television Kobi decided to take the independent road and founded Chimp 65 productions. Ron Shely – Co Producer Coming from the advertising field, Ron served as a creative director and partner in one of Israel&;s leading advertising agencies. During this time Ron had written and produced award winning TV commercials. Following his family&;s move to NY, Ron enrolled in New School university film production and script writing program and graduated with honors. Ron also holds an MA degree from NYU&;s Interactive Telecommunication Program (ITP). Alon Grego – Director of Photography Alon&;s interest in filmmaking brought him to Rockport Maine where he studied 16 mm and 35 mm cinematography in The International Film & Television Workshop. He started his career filming for American broadcast networks including ABC news, CNN, ZDF, FRANCE 2, NHK. Most recently, Alon has been working as DP on award winning documentaries
including Germany ARD The Last Partisans, France FR-2 The Three Faiths, and PBS Shattered Dreams, he won an award for best cinematography for short film Antropia. Alon is Chief Cameraman Commercials and music videos for Israeli Television and Cinema. Roy Zu-Aretz – Music Composer Roy, a composer, pianist and producer, has been one of the most acclaimed musicians in Israel . Roy has composed music for films, TV shows, theatrical productions and live classical performances as well as written original chart toppings songs. Roy moved to NYC in the late 1990&;s and studied composition at the prestigious Juilliard school and at the Mannes college of Music, Among the many projects that Roy was involved with in NYC was writing music for theater and for several independent films, one of which won 2003 best film in the New York Independent Film Festival. Among some artists Roy worked with is the band TAKING BACK SUNDAY, for whom Roy created
arrangements in their &;Where You Want to Be&; Platinum Album (Victory records 2004). Roy produced his own record and had the honor to have Grammy Award winner Kevin Killen as the engineer of the album.Roy moved to Los Angeles on 2005, where he&;s writing music for films and television.