Production Team

Producer-Director Gayla Jamison has produced numerous long and short form documentaries filmed in seventeen countries on five continents. Her films have shown widely on PBS, Turner Broadcasting, ABC, NBC, The Learning Channel, WGBH-TV, Univisión and Galavisión, at the United Nations, and at festivals including Chicago International Film Festival, USA Film Festival, Amnesty International Film Festival-Amsterdam, International Film Festival-Leipzig, and Festival of Latin American Cinema-Havana. Her films focus on grassroots struggles against injustice and peaceful solutions to conflict. For more information please visit

Editing the film is Ellen Goldwasser, whose documentary work has been twice nominated for Academy Awards. She has edited programs for HBO, Bravo, The Discovery Channel, Cinemax, CBS, NBC, TBS, TCM, Cartoon Network, WE, The Weather Channel, HGTV, and SHOWTIME, as well as narrative features including Playback and Road to Juarez. For more information please visit

Director of Photography, Arthur Yee, has lensed documentaries for PBS that include No Tomorrow and American Teacher. His work has also appeared on AMC, A&E, National Geographic, Discovery, NBC, FOX, HGTV, MSNBC, VH1, and The History Channel. For more information please visit

Composer Ed Barguiarena has written original music for documentaries that include Cesar's Last Fast (Richard Ray López, Director, 2014) and Raising Rylan (CNN digital films, 2014), in addition to the music score for In Our Son's Name. Ed has received grants and awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, The Ford Foundation, The ASCAP Foundation, and The American Music Center, and is a Sundance Institute Composer Fellow (2012). He is also Music Director of Active Arts @ The Music Center of Los Angeles County, where he develops and leads hands-on events for non-professional musicians. For more information please visit

Consultant, Elizabeth Beck, is a Professor in the School of Social Work at Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University. Her book, In the Shadow of Death: Restorative Justice and Death Row Families, received the American Library Association CHOICE award for Outstanding Academic Title of 2007. Her most recent book, which she co-edited with Pamela Blume Leonard, is Social Work and Restorative Justice: Skills for Dialogue, Peacemaking, and Reconciliation, explores restorative practices in traditional social work settings. For more information please visit