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GadZook Films has been around in various incarnations since Dom was in high school. Here's your chance to see who a few of the principals are.

Executive Producer | IMDB

As Head Honcho of GadZook Films Dom is responsible for managing all elements of GadZook Films' projects. Dom's creative vision defines the composition of the slate of projects undertaken by GadZook Films, and he has served as producer or executive producer on various projects including the award-winning short films Snow Day, Bloody Snow Day, Hook Her, Y Tu Nana Tambien and The 6 Short Films Project , as well as the Seattle public access TV show “The Night Shift.” Dom currently works and resides in Los Angeles, CA.

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Idea Girl | IMDB

Faye Hoerauf grew up on an apple orchard in Wenatchee , WA , though she is not, in fact, an apple. She began her directing career at the age of 10, when she wrote and directed an acclaimed musical presentation on the American Revolution for her 5 th grade history class. After reluctantly turning 18, she traveled to Tacoma , WA to attend the University of Puget Sound , where she ate many bagel sandwiches and graduated with a degree in Creative Writing. It was also there that she met and joined forces with Jessica Baxter to form Tangent Productions in 2000. Since then, the two have been steadily collaborating on film, theatre and craft projects.

Director of Financing

Elizabeth Heile supports GadZook Films with financial and contracts management and investor relations. She has over 15 years experience in defining marketing, sales and operational strategies, and in assessing financial stability, structural alternatives and implementation plans for young and evolving organizations. She is the founder of Philanthropy Communications Group, a communications strategy firm providing customized outreach solutions for non profit organizations. In addition, she has experience in fundraising and community relations. Prior to her work in media and communications, Elizabeth managed production, consulting and customer service functions within divisions of national financial services consulting companies, including the Frank Russell Company and William M. Mercer Consulting, Inc., creating investment strategies for institutions and individuals. Elizabeth volunteers with the Northwest Film Forum in fund development and human resources strategy, and she is a past volunteer business coach through Seattle's Social Investors Forum. She holds a B.A. in Behavioral Science from Rice University, and an M.B.A. with a Finance and Marketing concentration from the Anderson School of Management at UCLA.