Mikal Jakubal, Director

Mikal Jakubal, Director

Mikal Jakubal has lived in Humboldt County for nearly 20 years and is a frequent commentator on issues related to marijuana cultivation and the environment. This is his first film.

He is also in production on a documentary about the history and restoration of the Quaker anti-nuclear protest boat Golden Rule. He has two multimedia web documentaries in progress: one on the phenomenon of migrant marijuana trimmers and the other on people who get busted transporting California marijuana across the country.

He is on Twitter @mikaljakubal and periodically writes random stories about roadtrips, activism and life in Humboldt at his personal blog  Civilized Disobedience.

Gretta Wing Miller, Editor

Gretta Wing Miller, Editor

Gretta Wing Miller has been a film & video editor and instructor since 1978, working mostly on documentary television series and specials (American Masters, National Geographic) and independent features. She has taught film editing at Hunter College (CUNY), Final Cut Pro tutorials, and Digital Filmmaking in the College for Kids program through the UW-Madison Education Outreach.

Aarick Beher is a life-long musician and music producer, working with many of the most creative artists and song writers in Madison, Wisconsin.

Gretta and Aarick have collaborated as Picture & Sound on many projects since 1999 creating documentary and advocacy video and audio for independent artists and non-profit organizations.

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