Joey Daoud is a documentary director and producer from Miami Beach, FL. His latest project is the feature length documentary Bots High, which takes an exciting look behind the scenes of high school robot creators and the spectacular end to their robots.
Other past projects incorporate Daoud’s fascination in examining often overlooked areas, from super-productive workers in his short documentary You 2.0 to a detailed look at cubicles. Despite producing them as school projects while earning a degree in Motion Picture, Television, and Recording Arts at Florida State University, the projects generated international press and viral status on some of the most highly trafficked blogs. Daoud also produced segments for PBS and documented villages in Haiti.
When not filming real life, Daoud can be found reading a printed copy of the Sunday New York Times or looking for geocaches.
Editor / Camera Operator
Andrew Hevia is a filmmaker – a producer, director and editor based out of Miami, where he is a member of the Borscht Film Festival. Bots High is the second feature film he edited and the first feature length documentary. He grew up vegetarian and is a terrible banjo player. For more of his work, check out www.AndrewHevia.com
Jonathan David Kane – Camera Operator
Caleb Rugg – Camera Operator
Okratron 5000 – Sound Design