-Alaric S Rocha-
Blue Bassoon Pictures
The Blue Bassoon Family
Alaric S. Rocha
Alaric S. Rocha has been making films since 1999 where he first learned the craft from Club Panico in London an organization run by some of the crew members of Monty Python. His work has been screened at many film festivals including the Chicago International Film Festival, the Illinois International Film Festival, the San Francisco Frozen Film Festival, the Seattle True Independent Film Festival, as well as Internationally at Sitges, Spain, Sao Paulo, Brazil and more. Alaric earned his MFA in digital cinema from DePaul University in 2014 and a BM from Lawrence University in 2002. His musical background has a huge influence on his style of filmmaking and subject matter.
Meghan has been working in marketing for over fifteen years, at a range of global agencies, production studios, small businesses and corporations, focusing on the strategy behind the campaigns. Most recently, Meghan has been going beyond her 'day job' at an advertising agency, to work with artists and filmmakers helping them find their vision and strategic opportunity when it comes to pitching and rolling out their projects. If any Campbell can soup up your film, it’s Meghan!
"Curtis Dye is an experienced and highly skilled horror film editor with a passion for pushing the boundaries of the genre. With a twisted and creative approach to editing, his goal is to create the most insane and horrifying films to grace the screen. He is currently collaborating with Blue Bassoon pictures to explore the life and work of the forgotten horror great Juan Moctezuma."
Andrew Levy is a New York based independent producer and founder/CEO of Shwayze MGMT. Andrew was inspired to work in film after attending the 2014 Sundance premiere of Richard Linklater’s film BOYHOOD, and went on to work at ICM Partners in the Motion Picture Production & Independent Film Sales departments before pivoting to creative development in 2021 when he accepted a role at Lionsgate Entertainment. In 2022, Andrew moved to New York to work for actor Oscar Isaac’s Mad Gene Media before dedicating himself to pursue his dream of independent producing. Today, Andrew works with a variety of creative subjects and media; building paths towards project development, implementation, distribution, consumption, and profitization. He has partnerships with fashion label Damn Pigeon (as seen on HBOMax’s THE HYPE), and production companies like Hot Sauce Productions and Blue Bassoon Pictures. He is a graduate of Syracuse University, and currently resides in Brooklyn’s Prospect Heights neighborhood.