writer, producer, director
Sasha was born and raised in Moscow, Russia. In 2007-2009 she worked for Leopolis, a film production company based in Moscow. She served as head of the legal department and as a producer on the production of several feature films involving major Russian talent.
In 2010 she relocated to Los Angeles, and together with Masha Tishkova started the Goldfish Film Distribution Company, to bring Russian films to Israel. In 2010-2014, Sasha wrote and produced several short films.
Sasha holds a law degree from the State University Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia) and an MFA in Film Producing from the New York Film Academy (Los Angeles). She is a Fulbright Alumna.
co-author, WRITER, PRODUCER
Masha was born and raised in Moscow, Russia. From 2009-2011 Masha worked for Leopolis, a film production company based in Moscow, Russia.
In 2010, together with Sasha Kapustina, Masha relocated to Jerusalem and started the Goldfish Film Distribution Company which has then turned into Buffoonarium Films, the company producing "I Clown You."
Masha holds a law degree from the State University Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia).
Inbal was born and raised in Israel. She began her career as a producer at an Israeli studio E.H PRO.
Throughout her producing career, Inbal has established a versatile body of work, encompassing documentaries, short films, television pilots, music videos, and commercials. Among her notable clients are Intel Corp., The European Union, Israel’s Chief Scientist Office, Rambam Hospital (Israel) and many others.
Earlier in life, she explored other creative fields as an actress and theater director-producer as well as a performing and recording artist. Her debut album An Opportunity For A Conversation (2016) has garnered awards from Acum and the Havatzelet Foundation.
Inbal holds a B.Ed from Lewinsky Music Academy in Tel-Aviv and a Specialist Certificate from Rimon School of Contemporary Music, an extension of Berklee College, MA.
Blake has had an extensive 10-year career as a film editor, with 15 feature film credits including “How Sweet It Is” (starring Paul Sorvino and Joe Piscopo) as well as “Finding Normal” (starring Candice Cameron Bure).
In 2008 he wrote and directed the indie TV pilot “Small Bits of Happiness” (SXSW Film Festival Official Selection, Winner ‘Best Comedy’ at The 2008 Independent Television Festival in Los Angeles).
In 2015-2016 Blake worked as a producer-editor for Time Inc. where he created video content for People Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, and other major publications.