Daniel Rabourdin has been a successful director for over thirty years.
After completing a master's degree in Thomistic philosophy at the Sorbonne, Paris he traveled to the United States to study TV Journalism in San Francisco. Fluent in four languages, Daniel is familiar with many different cultures.
He was a producer for 18 years at Mother Angelica's Eternal Word Television Network. He produced over 90 shows such as "Amazon Mission", a TV Reality on medical missionaries in the Amazon, and a well-received docudrama, "Joan of Arc, Maid for God".
Now working as an independent director, Daniel has recently completed a docudrama that explores the War of Vendée and the resistance movement that followed in: The Hidden Rebellion. This international work has been shown in America and in Europe and was crowned with a Silver Remi by the Houston Film Festival.
William Gil, began working in the video and film industry in 1985, producing many programs for Christian Family Outreach.
In 2009, he began again producing music videos for artist from across the United States. He is full length feature "Seelos: Doctor of Souls" aired on PBS New Orleans for an estimate audience of 500,000 people. He has produced hundreds of programs for Citadel Catholic Media since 2010.
He has worked on the Travel channel "Ghost of Morgan CIty" and produced videos for Scott Innes "Voice of Scooby Doo and Shaggy" His latest work is American Idol "Lane Hardy Concert" Homecoming Bash.
William is married to Candy Martin Gil, and they have 9 Children. They live in South Louisiana.
Andrew Gil has been doing Creative Design & Visual Effects work
for 7 years.
Began working for a company as designer at 16, creating logos, animations, and commercials, Rebranding over a 100 companies
He has worked on multiple short films, and has produced a few personally.
In 2020 Andrew Started "After Hours FX" a animation company
specializing in Visual Effects, Creative design, and 3d animation