Harvey Hubbell VDirector / Producer / Writer
Harvey Hubbell V is an “itinerant filmmaker” – he has shot from the high-rise roofs of Warsaw to the banana boats of Peru. His documentaries have won more than 50 film and video festival awards, including four Emmys. He wrote and directed the multi-award winning comic documentary Electronic Road Film, which received an Emmy for Outstanding Entertainment Program. Loop Dreams, Harvey's first feature-length documentary, won the Gold World Medal for Comedy at The New York Festivals and three Emmys for Outstanding Entertainment Program, Individual Achievement for Directing, and Program Writing.
To support his documentary habit Harvey sometimes works on feature films, including a turn as Columbia Pictures' community liaison for Mr. Deeds, shot on location in New Milford, Connecticut. He shares a 80-acre Avid-equipped farm in Litchfield, Connecticut with his wife, Andie Haas Hubbell, the “2001 Connecticut Filmmaker of the Year”, and their 10-year-old daughter, Alexandra.
In 2003 the Senate Majority Leader appointed Harvey to the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism; he serves as a co-chair of the CCT Film Committee.
Harvey is currently at work on a documentary on dyslexia called Dislecksia: The Movie
Andrea Haas HubbellDirector / Producer / Writer
Haas Hubbell is a five-time Emmy Award winning Producer, Director, and
She co-owns the documentary film company Captured Time Productions, LLC, with her husband, Harvey Hubbell V.
She is at work on her first novel.
Jeremy Brecher, Ph.D.Writer
Jeremy Brecher, Ph.D., is the author of a dozen or so dreadfully serious books -- but that was before he got mixed up with Captured Time. He currently serves as "Scholar in Residence" at Connecticut Public Television, a unique position funded by the Connecticut Humanities Council, and was previously a Fulbright Research Scholar at the University of Otago , New Zealand . His book Global Village or Global Pillage was turned into a public television documentary by Captured Time, narrated by Ed Asner, and was a 2001 Emmy Nominee. Jeremy has scripted and/or helped produce twenty documentaries. He is the winner of five regional Emmy awards, two Edgar Dale Screenwriting Awards, and the Silver Gavel Award of the American Bar Association. He's worked with Captured Time as a documentary writer since 1990.Next: Crew
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