Few things have been as fundamental to the development of human history as the ability to find our bearings, set a course, and explore the world around us. Early navigation was a nighttime activity, a matter of steering by the stars – this put creative minds on the path to inventing the Compass. Two thousand years later the thinking has come full circle. Once again we are navigating by the stars, but this time they’re a constellation of our own making.
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Marcus Dean Fuller is a writer, director and producer with twenty years’ experience working in film, television and stage. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has awarded his work a permanent place in the Margaret Herrick Library, a world-renowned non-circulating reference and research collection devoted to the history and development of the motion picture as an art form and an industry. Fuller has been a contributing writer for “The Wrap” magazine and is a guest lecturer on entrepreneurship in the film industry at Skidmore College and RPI (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute). In 2008 he formed Compass Entertainment to focus on the development and production of independent, character driven films. Currently, Fuller serves on the Board of Directors of Yale School of Drama and the Nantucket Theater Institute.
He is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama.
Julie S. Fuller has over fifteen years’ experience in public relations and fundraising, having worked in development for both senatorial and gubernatorial political campaigns, as well as for the Institute for American Values, a think-tank headquartered in New York City. In 2008, she partnered with Marcus Dean Fuller to form Compass Entertainment, which focuses on the development and production of independent, character driven films. Currently, Fuller serves on the Board of Directors for a number of organizations including the Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC).
She is a graduate of Princeton University and Yale Divinity School.
Ms. Raccuia has experience in communication and PR. Her work at Behan Communications in New York and (add)ventures in Providence, R.I., involved both public relations and marketing. As a production assistant at WPRI (Fox Providence Channel 12), she teamed with executives to develop a two-hour, live, morning talk show known as “The Rhode Show.” Over the past year, Ms. Raccuia served as a freelance reporter for The Saratogian and was a cable/satellite editor at Tribune Media Services.
She earned her BA in Communication from Bryant University.
Mr. Durocher is a filmmaker and writer, working independently since 2009 with Pigsaw Productions. He has overseen production of 4 narrative shorts and in 2012 his short film ‘Kite Falling’ was awarded Best Direction at the Buffalo Niagara Film Festival.
He is a graduate of Clarkson University with a B.S. in Communication.