Phillip Leteka is based in Rochester, New York. He was born and raised in the countryside in Maseru, Lesotho. Due to non-existent cinema in Lesotho, he grew up listening to radio dramas and watching a lot of South African television. 
He obtained his BA (Hons) in Journalism at Limkokwing University. In 2014, he moved to the United States to pursue an MFA in live action film production at the Rochester Institute of Technology. 

At RIT and in New York City, he immersed himself in the process, working on several short films. Leteka's latest short film "Seek Another Land" received Chair's Award from the 2017 RIT Honors Show.

He is interested in telling simple stories about people being portrayed as ordinary human beings in a society that is much bigger they are.

Fraaz Khan is a director/editor from Buffalo, NY, who is fascinated by stories that explore specific moments in the lives of dysfunctional families.  As a child of Pakistani immigrants, he is interested in adding a sense of culture and religion to the background of these stories.  

He received an M.F.A. from the Rochester Institute of Technology where he made So We Depart as his thesis film.  The film was included in the 2017 Honorable Mentions from the film department at RIT.