JOSEPH MEALEY's work as a cinematographer includes more than 20 documentaries for PBS, including Beyond the Moon with Walter Cronkite, A Hard Day's Night, and Frontline: "The Dallas Drug War." He has shot episodes of A & E's Biography and Bravo's Page to Screen. Other credits include Dominick Dunne's Power, Privilege and Justice for Court TV, HBO's First Look, CBS' This Morning, Sixty Minutes II, and Intimate Portraits for Lifetime. A Cinematography Fellow at the American Film Institute, Joe was the DP on Shoob's Driven. MICHAEL PARADIES SHOOB wrote, produced and directed Driven, starring Tony Todd and Chad Lowe, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival and won honorable mention for the jury prize at Slamdance. Driven was shown on KCET in Los Angeles as the first in a series called Opening Night: New American Film, as well as on Showtime and the Sundance Channel. Named as one of Screen International Magazine's "new directors to watch in North America," Shoob, a Directing Fellow at the American Film Institute, has also directed In June at This Place, a documentary on a Quaker family living in Appalachia, and the 30-minute short, The Companion starring Delroy Lindo and Milo Addica.