ABOUT THE FILMMAKERS
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
Filmmakers MORGAN PETERSON (lft.), JAMES HEDDLE (ctr.) & MARY BETH BRANGAN (rt.)
SHUTDOWN: The San Onofre Story is a forthcoming documentary by EON - the Ecological Options Network, now in post-production.
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EON is a 501 (c) 3 organization.