The Filmmakers

David Phillipy, Executive Producer/Director/Writer

David Phillipy has produced two short documentary films. He was a Producer, Interviewer, and Site Locator for Be The Change, based on a story from Tennessee State Penitentiary where he served as a chaplain. That film was shown at the International Black Film Festival of Nashville; Richmond International Short Film Festival; On Location Memphis International Film & Music Fest; Seattle True Independent Film Festival and Social Justice Film Festival in Seattle.

In addition, David was Producer and Interviewer for Fearless: Peggy Min Faces MS submitted to the Neuro Film Festival in collaboration with Demetria Kalodimos who was the Director, Producer and Editor. Fearless may be viewed on YouTube here.

Scott Mumford, Director/Cameraman

Scott is owner of Lamp Lighter, Film Inc. As a motion picture professional he has extensive experience in all origination formats, DV & HD Video.  Film formats include Super 16mm, 35mm, and Super 35mm. He specializes in high quality content creation. He is an expert in all creation and delivery formats including Standard Definition, High Definition and Web delivery. Completed projects include, but are not limited to, 30 second TV Commercials, Feature Films, Music Videos, Indie Projects and Extensive Stock Photography.  Scott has strong Computer and Technology Skills.  He is a savvy Vendor Negotiator, Film and Video production expert, and Motion Control expert. His specialties include Television Commercial Director, Music Video Director, Cinematographer, Photographer, Editor, Producer and Motion Control.

Scott has won numerous awards for his work. He directed a music video for kids which won Telly Awards and an Emmy.  He has been cited for Telly Awards 51 times, winning 19 statues. He was given the award for Best Editor, ArtLightenment Art and Film Festival 2013 for “Nashville Skyline,” about the epic 2010 Nashville flood. He was cinematographer for Baeder: Pleasant Journeys and Good Eats Along the Way.” Which was produced and directed by Curt Hahn, Owner of Film House.  Baeder was an official selection in 2009 at Estes Park Film Festival, Nashville Film Festival and Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival. Scott was also was cinematographer for Lead Belly: Life, Legend, Legacy, produced and direct by Curt Hahn, Film House.

Published on  February 20th, 2015