Duane Trammell

Fascinated at an early age by photography, Duane Trammell began taking pictures while in grade school. As he got older, his interest grew to include film and video. He produced his first short film while a freshman in high school. This film later became a permanent part of his school’s library of educational films. He continued to experiment in film while serving in the US Navy. Most of his work during this period explored various forms of animation.
After leaving the Navy, he decided to pursue an education in film earning a Bachelor's degree in Television, Film and New Media Production from San Diego State University.
He has produced film and art gallery exhibitions for the internationally renowned Chicano art collaboration ‘Los Anthropolocos’ as well as commercial work for such clients as the Hard Rock Café, USS Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum, Ballast Point Brewery and San Diego City College. Since graduating San Diego State University, he has worked as Producer, Associate Programmer and Juror for the Temecula Valley International Film and Music Festival and Assistant Director/2nd Unit Director for the feature film ‘Something Blue’. Over the years, Duane has forged relationships with many industry professionals. Among those is Jeff Krebs with whom Duane has subsequently formed a professional partnership with Atomic Phizz Productions. Duane is currently starting his fifth year as the San Diego Producer for the 48 Hour Film Project.

Jeff Krebs

Jeff has not followed the traditional path that most producers take. This native Southern Californian earned a B.S. in Bacteriology, graduating Summa Cum Laude. He then attended medical school. After receiving his MD degree, Jeff completed a residency in Internal Medicine at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Beverly Hills. While doing all of this, he was pursuing a high level athletic career. As a former competitive figure skater, he was used to the cameras and bright lights. Shortly after an accident on the ice ended his competitive career, he met some influential people in the entertainment industry who encouraged him to pursue acting. Jeff is a veteran of the stage and big screen and can be seen in many feature films. Jeff first worked with Director/Producer Duane Trammell in the award winning film Form 3254-A. It was at that time that they forged a close professional relationship which led to their partnership in Atomic Phizz Productions. Jeff is on the Board of Directors for the San Diego Asian Film Foundation.