Good People

Daniel Levin
Writer, director, producer

Born in Russia and raised in Texas, Daniel graduated from USC School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles with a Master of Fine Arts in film directing. His latest film Bagatelle (2019) won the Grand Prix at Sochi IFF and screened at festivals around the world. Daniel's graduate thesis film Moment Théâtral (2007) received the prestigious Jack Nicholson Directing Award. Daniel produced the animated feature film Purim: The Lot (2013), which is out in wide release on home video and VOD. He directed the documentaries Kamchatka: The Salmon Country (2010) and Kaltag, Alaska (2014) in association with the WWF. Daniel lectures on filmmaking at universities and colleges around Houston, Texas.

Moshe Khusid

German born and Russian trained director Moshe Khusid has gained international recognition for his work on stage and screen. A graduate of the famous Leningrad School of Film and Theater, Moshe has directed over 60 puppet and live theater productions in Russia, Israel, USA, Canada, France, Switzerland and other countries. As a founder of the Interstudio Theater, his work was presented and recognized at festivals in Avignon, Toulouse, Lugano, Marseille, London, Lodz, St. Petersburg, Moscow and many others. Mr. Khusid's screen credits include over 20 documentary and made-for-television fiction films and multi-media projects. Mr. Khusid is a recipient of Grand Prix Awards at Avignon, Toulouse, and Athens festivals.

Kahlil Hudson

KAHLIL HUDSON is an Emmy® Award-winning film and commercial director. An Alaska Native (Tlingit) from Juneau, AK, his most recent documentary, WILDLAND, won Emmy Awards for “Outstanding Editing” and “Outstanding Cinematography” as the season premiere broadcast of acclaimed PBS series Independent Lens. Kahlil’s debut feature, LOW AND CLEAR won the Audience Award at the SXSW Film Festival and was named Paste Magazine’s “100 Best Documentaries of All Time.” His work has screened and won awards at film festivals including South by Southwest, Hot Docs, IDFA, Tribeca, Camden and True/False and he received the Discovery Impact Award at the Sundance Film Festival. Kahlil is a co-founder of the directing collective FINBACK.  His client list includes Ram Trucks, Patagonia, Filson, Yeti, Porsche, REI, HBO, Chevrolet and Nike. He holds an MFA in film directing from UCLA and is a professor at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico.