Stephanie Dangel Reiter

Executive Producer Stephanie Dangel Reiter is a graduate of The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and Yale Law School, a former Rhodes Scholar, law clerk for Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun, and attorney. Stephanie produced and co-wrote "My Tale of Two Cities" (MTOTC), a funny and heartfelt documentary that proves it's never too late to come back. MTOTC has played so far in sixteen cities around North America, including a special screening at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC and is presently playing in select cities. Stephanie has also served as the Board Chair of the Steeltown Entertainment Project, a non-profit organization working to develop a sustainable entertainment sector in Western Pennsylvania by promoting projects such as "The Shot Felt 'Round the World." As part of her work with Steeltown, Stephanie also worked as research coordinator for "Pittsburgh: Hollywood's Best Kept Secret," a short film that premiered at the Andy Warhol Museum and featured Pittsburgh expatriates talking about how Pittsburgh nurtured them as artists and its potential for becoming a hub in the entertainment industry.

Tjardus Greidanus (Director, Editor, Director of Photography)
Carl Kurlander (Producer)
Laura Davis (Producer)
Stephanie Dangel Reiter (Executive Producer)
Kris Veenis (Co-Producer)
Billy White Acre (Composer)