Who We Are

WingFlix People

Charles Krezell is a NYC-based independent filmmaker. His latest feature documentary, “Bigger than the Beatles” can be seen on SnagFilms. In 2001 working with Indymedia NYC, he put together the 28 minute documentary, “Not My President”. His first feature film, Medium Hot, received the Best American Feature Film Award at the 2008 Heart of England International Film Festival. Medium Hot was shot guerilla-style on the streets of New York during the 2004 Republican Convention. It is a homage to Haskell Wexler’s Medium Cool. His work has been featured at the Tribeca Film Festival, Tropfest, NewFilmmakers Film Festival and the Queens International Film Festival, PBS, The Today Show and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and ESPN.
Sergei Krasikau began his career in storytelling in his native Belarus as a journalist for an independent newspaper, since crushed by the regime. Sergei moved to US in 2000 and apprenticed to German filmmaker Karola Ritter and he worked extensively with civil rights legend Bob Zellner. In 2004, Sergei moved to Brooklyn to concentrate full time on producing and directing. Recent projects include work for Franklin & Marshall College and Century Link, Invested Life show for MSN, EVERLAST, Nehemiah Corporation, PBS, NIH/Rutgers University, Boston World Partnership and the John Edwards presidential campaign. Feature films work on the award winning documentary “Cultures of Resistance” directed by Iara Lee. Sergei also worked as a producer on “Toxic Soup” Rory Delaney’s environmental documentary.
David Minckler is a filmmaker based in Washington, D.C. David is currently working with Barbara Olschner on her forthcoming book, “The Reluctant Republican” (a reminiscence of running for Congress in 2010) to be published by University of Florida Press.
David worked extensively on the four part PBS documentary series, “Appalachia: A History of Mountains and People”. David also produced and directed a portrait of Canadian director, Claude Jutra. Besides his work with WingFlix on “Bigger than the Beatles,” “Medium Hot ” and “Not My President,” David has recently edited Kurt Johnson’s “In My Backyard: Natural History in the Suburbs” (published in ’09) and “Backyard Biodeversity,” published by Pearson Educational, and was the editor of “Inheriting China,” an historical memoir by Margaret Hollister.

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