Delila Vallot is an American stage, film and television actress, dancer and director born and raised in Hollywood, California. Among the shows Delila has performed are SNL, The Academy Awards, Janes Addiction Tour, The Singing Detective with Robert Downey Jr., and dance double for Tyra Banks in Coyote Ugly. She starred in a pilot opposite Harry Lennix directed by Carl Weathers and recently co-starred on CSI: Cyber. She was a two-time series regular on Italian TV and has performed on stage venues in Tokyo, Martinique, Moscow, Hannover, New York, Los Angeles and Monte Carlo.
During her time in front of the lens, Delila created several short experimental films. The 2013 suspense thriller Tunnel Vision, was her debut as a feature length film director. In December 2015, Delila released her first feature documentary, executive produced by John Legend, titled Can You Dig This, which won a Jury Award at the Los Angeles Film Festival.
Aimee Schoof and Isen Robbins co-founded Intrinsic Value Films in 1998 and have since produced more than 30 feature films. Of those, eight have premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, four at the Tribeca Film Festival, three at SXSW, and one each at Toronto, Venice, New York FF, New Directors/ New Films, and Berlin, to name a few. The company develops, produces and sells independent films. Intrinsic's films have been distributed worldwide, have won many awards and been honored with numerous nominations. Accolades include winning the Sundance Special Grand Jury prize and five nominations each at both the Gotham and Independent Spirit awards.
Intrinsic continues to actively finance and sell films.
Intrinsic received a producer credit on the following films: American Satan, Experimenter (Peter Sarsgaard, Winona Ryder); Truth About Lies (Fran Kranz, Odett Anable); Blue Caprice (Isiaiah Washington, Tim Blake Nelson, Joey Lauren Adams); Run (William Moseley, Kelsey Chow, Adrian Pasdar, Eric Roberts); Alphabet Killer (Eliza Dushku, Cary Elwes, Timothy Huton); XX/XY (Mark Ruffalo, Kathlean Robertson); Skeptic (Zoe Saldana, Tom Arnold, Timothy Daly); Anything but Love (Andrew McCarthy, Eartha Kitt); Hebrew Hammer (Judy Greer, Adam Goldberg, Andy Dick, Mario Van Peebles); Brother to Brother (Anthony Mackie, Daniel Sunjata, Aunjanue Ellis); and, M.I.A (Danny Glover, Ron Perlman, Linda Hamilton and David Strathairn).
Schoof and Robbins both sit on the board of Red Giant Entertainment, a publically traded comic book publishing company and online app POWFOLIO.
Natalie Irby is an award-winning filmmaker and the Founder and CEO of Corner to Corner Productions, an independent film production company based in Los Angeles.
She shot, edited, produced and co-directed the web series, Millennial Parents, which was featured in USA Today, The Huffington Post, and lauded as one of the “10 Best Web Series” by LA Weekly. She Associate Produced the feature documentary, Landfill Harmonic, which not only screened at 140 festivals around the world, but also garnered multiple awards, including the 24 Beats Per Second Audience Award at SXSW, the World Cinema Audience Award at the AFI Film Festival, and the Humanities Prize. She Executive Produced the docu-series entitled Celebrating Storytellers. which highlights cultural revitalization and creative economy throughout her home state of Mississippi and was featured in the New York Times. Her original song, “Take My Hand”, debuted on the soundtrack of D-Love, an acclaimed narrative feature which is wrapping up its time on the festival circuit, and is an 11x Best Narrative/Audience Favorite Feature winner.
She is the President of Creative Mississippi, an organization that serves as an umbrella to produce stories of creativity and resilience in the rural South. She is also on the board of the Hollywood Film Festival.
She founded Corner to Corner in 2011 as a home in which independent content is fostered and celebrated.
Ronald Troy Collins, born in 1967 New Orleans, was raised in Los Angeles where he developed his skills as a vocalist in the church. After developing an addiction to crack cocaine, spending 27 years in and out of the correctional system and living and singing for his food on Skid Row for the last year and a half, Ronald is currently living in a Long Beach rehabilitation center and transforming himself through music.
Drawing on influences from gospel, soul and R&B greats such as Sam Cooke, the intensity of Ronald’s experience is projected through the pain and depth of his voice. Ronald’s transition from the streets to the stage is a real world story of hope and inspiration.