Stephen Judson – Producer, Director, Editor  
Vice President, Production and Post-Production, MacGillivray Freeman Films

Mr. Judson is by far the most experienced editor in the large format field. Since 1983, he has edited all but one of the IMAX® films produced by MacGillivray Freeman Films, including: Speed, To The Limit, The Living Sea, Stormchasers, The Magic of Flight, Everest and Dolphins. Judson was also co-director, co-writer, and one of the producers of Everest, and he was co-writer and editor for Dolphins. Prior to Journey into Amazing Caves, Judson directed three IMAX® format films for MacGillivray Freeman: Time Concerto, Homeland and Yampa! The Untamed River. In 1996 he directed A New Day, the company’s first production in the "8/70" format.

Prior to his work with MacGillivray Freeman Films, Judson received numerous awards for work as writer, director and editor for various film and television productions. Judson also served as writer, director, and editor for U.S. Art, which was voted one of the Ten Most Outstanding Films of the Decade (1970-1980) by the Information Film Producers of America. Judson graduated from Yale University with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature in 1967 and from University of Southern California in 1970, he received his Master of Arts from the Department of Cinema.

Greg MacGillivray - Producer, Cinematographer
President, MacGillivray Freeman Films

Greg MacGillivray's film career spans more than 30 years. As a cinematographer, he has shot more 70mm film than anyone in cinema history -- more than two million feet. His Laguna Beach company has been dedicated to the large screen motion picture format since the production of the IMAX® film, To Fly!, which he co-produced and directed with his partner, the late Jim Freeman in 1976. MacGillivray also worked in Hollywood, directing and photographing for Stanley Kubrick on the Shining, and filming for the Academy Award® nominees Jonathan Livingston Seagull and The Towering Inferno.

MacGillivray is well-known in the industry for artistic and technical innovation in the giant format. He has initiated the development of three cameras for the IMAX® format -- the high-speed (slow-motion) camera, the industry's first lightweight camera, and the "all-weather" camera used during filming on Mount Everest.

Recent tributes to MacGillivray and company include a 2000 Academy Award® nomination for
Dolphins for Best Documentary Short Subject and a 1995 Academy Award nomination for The Living Sea for Best Documentary Short Subject. In 1998, the company's dramatic film about climbing the world's tallest peak, Everest, became the first large-format film ever to reach the top 10 box office chart in Daily Variety. In 1996, the company's IMAX® theatre classic, To Fly!, was selected by the Library of Congress for inclusion in America's film archives. The first large format film to receive this honor, To Fly! joined such cinema greats as Gone With the Wind, Star Wars and Citizen Kane. In 2001, the IMAX Corporation inducted To Fly! into the IMAX Hall of Fame.

Alec Lorimore - Producer
Vice President, Film Production and Development, MacGillivray Freeman Films

In addition to an extensive screenwriting career with the major studios, Mr. Lorimore as over 20 years experience in giant screen, 70mm formats. During that time he's produced many of the most successful large-format titles of all time, including Everest, Dolphins, The Living Sea, and At Sea (Writer, Producer), for which he was honored with the prestigious Alfred Thayer Mahan Award for Literary Achievement by the Navy League of the United States in 1993.

Mr. Lorimore, along with Greg MacGillivray, was first nominated for an Academy Award® in 1995 for The Living Sea (Best Documentary Short Subject), and they were nominated in the same category again for Dolphins in 2000. A member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, he serves on its Documentary Branch Executive Committee, as well as on the Development Team of the Chapman University School of Film & Television; and he was recently appointed to the Board of Directors of the Environmental Media Association. A Cinema graduate of the University of Southern California, he currently resides in Laguna Beach, California with his three young sons.

Dave Duszynski – Production Consultant
Vice President of Theaters, Cincinnati Museum Center

Mr. Duszynski has been director of the Omnimax Theater at Cincinnati Museum Center since its opening in 1990, and prior to that served as Director of the Cincinnati Planetarium at the former location of the Museum of Natural History. Duszynski holds degrees in astrophysics and communications from Michigan State University. He worked at the Hummel Planetarium, Eastern Kentucky University, and has taught astronomy at three different colleges and universities.

Duszynski has served on advisory panels for several large format films including: Search For The Great Sharks, Yellowstone, Special Effects, The Greatest Places, The Magic Of Flight, and Journey into Amazing Caves. Responsibilities at Cincinnati Museum Center include managing a portfolio of large format film investments, and project manager for a new, state-of-the-art planetarium theater.