Co-director, editor, producer
Jordan is a New York-based producer, director, and editor. His recent film, Carol's Last Chance, was featured on Short of the Week and won best short film at the Fort Myers Film Festival.
Jordan has created video content for the ad campaigns of multiple Broadway shows and produced two upcoming shorts, Bennifer by Ryan McGlade, and Nothing That Moves by Coach sound designer Sam Beneitone.
in 2016, Jordan graduated from NYU Tisch School of the Arts with a bachelor of fine arts in film and television.
Jordan and Matt with Tracy (and Murphy)
in San Francisco
Matthew Edward Ellison
Matt’s films have screened at the Tribeca Film Festival, TIFF, Venice Film Festival, Champs-Élysées Film Festival, and on Short of the Week. He was a producer on Nathan Silver’s Thirst Street and Jack Dunphy’s and Nathan Silver’s Watch Me Drown, and is producing Trashers, penned by Billions writer Adam Perlman and based on a Sports Illustrated article by Jon Wertheim. Matt is also directing short documentaries focusing on issues ranging from the relativity of success to the state of comedy in 2019.
A co-founder of Yellow Bear Films, Matt holds a master's in journalism from Columbia University.
Courtney Carroll Levinsohn
Founder, Growth Through Sportt
A former captain and MVP of the women’s soccer team at UC Berkeley, Courtney created Growth Through Sport (GTS) to help athletes of all ages develop the competitive and emotional skills to both excel in sports and have fun doing so. Based in New York City, the organization also partners with local clubs to support sport as a vehicle for positive social change. Within the soccer community, GTS focuses on increasing access to the game by helping coaches, educating parents, and empowering players.
Courtney coached the New York Athletic Club (NYAC) amateur women's team to a National Cup championship in 2010 and currently sits on the board of Brooklyn City Football Club.
Courtney in New York City