Photo by Zoe Riggs

Photo by Zoe Riggs

James Heddle
 and Mary Beth Brangan,  life and work partners since 1983, are documentary video and radio producers, educators and organizers. They co-direct EON, the Ecological Options Network,  producing documentaries, video reports and blogs on activists and organizations working - at local, national and international levels - for solutions to planetary challenges.  

Documentaries by Brangan and Heddle have been broadcast and toured nationally and internationally; screened in Congress, the United Nations, aired on PBS, ABC, CNN, cable; and used in parliaments, universities, libraries and by citizens’ organizations and NGO’s worldwide. Their work has been honored at the Sundance, American, San Francisco Asian-American, Dallas, Hawaii International and Margaret Mead Film Festivals, among others. 

For more about EON, please visit  EON3.org 


Morgan Peterson is a producer for 2018 Oscar-nominated short film DeKalb Elementary , and the feature documentary Bronies: The Extremely Unlikely Adult Fans of My Little Pony (2012). She is writer/director for the award-winning shorts " I'll Take Care Of You (2014) , The Greats (2015), and the upcoming Bloodlust (2019). Morgan is a graduate of UCLA School of Film and Television. She often works as an assistant director and lives in Los Angeles. MorganPetersonFilms.com


Photo: Kyanti Kootz

Photo: Kyanti Kootz

Filmmakers MORGAN PETERSON (lft.), JAMES HEDDLE (ctr.) & MARY BETH BRANGAN (rt.)    


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SHUTDOWN: The San Onofre Story is a forthcoming documentary by EON - the Ecological Options Network, now in post-production.


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