Director, Cinematographer, and Editor: Eric Temple
Eric Temple has been a film and videomaker since the 1970’s. A native of California, Temple graduated from Northern Arizona University and began a seventeen-year career as a producer and executive producer for television stations in Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Baltimore and San Francisco. Temple formed his own company, Canyon Productions, Inc., in 1992 to allow him to explore new avenues in documentary production.
Temple’s credits include producing and directing the award-winning PBS documentary Edward Abbey: A Voice in the Wilderness, and co-directing the PBS documentary The Mystery of Chaco Canyon. He contributes his talents as a director, cinematographer and editor to numerous other projects on a continuing basis. Temple is currently directing several new documentary projects and teaching part time at the Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University.
Producer and Writer: Matthew Flickstein
A former psychotherapist, Matthew Flickstein founded The Forest Way, Inc. in 1993. He has been practicing and teaching Insight Meditation for over thirty-two years. Matthew has studied with teachers from many spiritual traditions and at one time was ordained as a monk in the Theravada Buddhist tradition. In 1982, he co-founded the Bhavana Society Monastic and Meditation Center in West Virginia. He currently travels internationally, leading retreats, teacher training programs and spiritual pilgrimages.
Matthew has published three books, Journey to the Center: A Meditation Workbook; Swallowing the River Ganges: A Comprehensive Practice Guide to the Path of Purification; and The Meditator’s Atlas: A Roadmap to the Inner World, through Wisdom Publications.
Matthew’s vision is the force behind the documentary With One Voice. He began writing and producing the film in December of 2006.
Producer and Writer: Carol Flickstein
For over twenty years, Carol has worked as an educator, counselor and mediator in both the public and private sectors. She served as supervisor of counselors in the Baltimore County School System, piloted countywide community and workplace mediation programs, and established innovative mentoring programs for at-risk children and families.
Most recently, Carol has been leading communication and conflict resolution workshops, editing spiritual development books, and serving as a Retreat Manager to The Forest Way, Inc.
Carol has applied her talents as an educator, writer and editor to the production of With One Voice. She shares the vision of creating harmony between the diverse religions and spiritual traditions of the world.
Editor and Sound Recordist: Brian Moore
Brian Moore is a multi-faceted professional with over twenty-five years of production experience. While serving as senior editor for DC-based Henninger Media Services, Moore contributed his editorial talents to programs airing on PBS, National Geographic Television, the Discovery Channel, The Learning Channel, the History Channel and other major networks. Moore formed his own company, Rolling Stock Pictures, in 2003 and continues to lend his creative eye and editorial talents to major documentary and entertainment programming.
Writer: Judith Anne Nielsen
A scriptwriter for over thirty years, Judith brings a wide range of experience in both television and film media. Her award-winning work includes documentaries and movies for CBS, ABC, the Discovery Channel, and National Geographic Television. She has collaborated with such esteemed directors as Emmy/Oscar winner John Korty and the classical film icon Frank Capra, and has worked as a screenwriter at George Lucas’ Skywalker Ranch.
In addition, Judith has been a lifelong student of spiritual traditions and has written numerous plays and programs on mysticism for The Consortium of the Arts, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting spiritual awareness through the Fine Arts. She offers the unique blend of insight into mystical experiences and an exceptional scriptwriting resume.
Writer: Nathan Antila
Nathan’s scriptwriting career spans over twenty years and includes documentary films for theatres and television, as well as exhibit programming for museums. In 2004, he wrote the Primetime Emmy-nominated theatrical documentary With All Deliberate Speed, which recounts the history of the Supreme Court Brown v. Board of Education decision.
His work is seen on the Discovery Channel, National Geographic Television, PBS, A&E, TBS, and international television networks. He has written for exhibits at Yale University, The Sackler Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution, the National Museum of Natural History, the National Museum of American History, and the National Museum of American Art.
Music Composer: Michael Josephs
Michael Josephs has composed and conducted original scores and music for over 200 films and network television programs. His recent credits include scores for Wild Kingdom (Grizzly Encounters), National Geographic (The Road, Chasing The Great White), Animal Planet (the series Thoroughbred), The Discovery Channel (Decisions That Shook The World), and PBS (Emmy Award winners Shooting Back and A Call To Care).
In 2001 Michael received a National Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Main Title Theme Music for his score for the Animal Planet series, Thoroughbred. Most recently, he has created a completely original score for With One Voice.
Narrator: Peter Coyote
Actor and narrator, Peter Coyote has performed in ninety films and has lent his Emmy-winning voice to over 120 documentaries and sixteen audio books. His voice-over credits include episodes for the PBS series American Experience, A&E Biography, and National Geographic, as well as the critically acclaimed documentary Enron, the Smartest Guys in the Room.