Jackey Neyman Jones
Producer – Debbies Manos
Her dad was The Master and she was little Debbie in the 1966 Cult Classic “Manos: The Hands of Fate.” Jackey Neyman Jones is now the only surviving cast or crew willing to talk about the experience of being in the Worst Movie Ever. Jackey lives in the Great Northwest as a professional artist and author of the Manos behind the scenes book “Debbie Reveals All” to be released in March 2016. Jackey has appeared as a special guest at numerous events like The El Paso Classic Film Festival 2012, Hollywood Independent Film Festival 2012, Seattle Independent Film Festival 2013, Manos: Hands of Felt 2013, Seattle’s Crypticon May 2015 and has appeared in several film and theatrical projects. www.debbiesmanos.com
Director – TonjiaAtomic.com
Tonjia Atomic is an award-winning filmmaker, actress, musician, jeweler, and freelance writer. Her films range from the dark and disturbing to the light and comedic. She is best known for the films Plain Devil, Hobo with a Trash Can, and Walking to Linas. Her writing has been featured in several online and print magazines. She’s in the bands Duet To-It, Huh-Uh, and Filthy Issue. Her music has been featured in several films including Bikini Gorilla and Scarewaves.
Director of Photography – Skullface Astronaut
Award-winning filmmaker Joe Sherlock is a veteran of over 30 feature and anthology films. Writing, directing, shooting, editing and scoring most of his own projects, Sherlock’s extensive body of work includes “Drifter,” “Blood Creek Woodsman,” “Bloodsucking Redneck Vampires” and “Twisted Fates,” which have been screened at festivals, conventions and cool theater pubs across North America. His work as director of photography for other indie directors include “Dead Ink,” “The Evilmaker” and “Platoon of the Dead.” An accomplished illustrator, Sherlock’s graphic novel “Demonized” will be published in fall 2015. Cult movie expert Joe Bob Briggs comments, “Drive-In Academy Award nominations for Joe Sherlock, the writer/director/composer/editor, for doing things the drive-in way.” Peek into Sherlock’s sci-fi horror world at skullfaceastronaut.com
Assistant Director – Vox Fabuli
Seattle-based puppeteer Rachel Jackson specializes in twisting the familiar into dark and humorous shapes. Rachel has been puppeteering on stages both local and international since 2008; her work has been called “mad and masterful” by The Seattle Times. The mind behind the hit puppet musical “MANOS – The Hands of Felt” and “Stories for Bad Children” series, Rachel teaches puppetry classes through her company Vox Fabuli Puppets, co-produces the Fussy Cloud Puppet Slam and is unofficial Puppeteer at Large for the Seattle Nerdlesque scene. Currently, she’s AD and utility infielder for Manos Returns.