New York City-based producer Anthony Moody founded Indalo Productions in 2002 to develop, finance and produce independent feature films. Most recently, Moody executive produced The Steam Experiment starring Val Kilmer. Prior to that Moody produced Day Zero (starring Elijah Wood, Chris Klein, Jon Bernthal, Ginnifer Goodwin, Elisabeth Moss, and Ally Sheedy), which world-premiered at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival. First Look Studios acquired the film for North American distribution and released it theatrically in January 2008. Moody has several other projects in various stages of development with producing partner Rob Malkani including One Four Seven Greenwich (in pre-production), Tales From the Town of Widows (writer/director Gabriela Tagliavini attached), and the noir classic Black Wings Has My Angel (with Elijah Wood as producing partner).
Moody’s first feature was 2005's Turning Green (starring Timothy Hutton, Alessandro Nivola, and Colm Meaney) which he executive produced in association with Curbside Pictures. The film world-premiered at the 2005 Cinevegas Film Festival. He also produced 2005's Rock The Paint (original music by Wyclef Jean) which world-premiered at the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival. Both films were released in 2008.
Moody left behind a successful career in finance to follow his passion for film. After receiving his BA in Economics from Dartmouth College, Moody joined Wall Street powerhouse Merrill Lynch as an institutional equities trader. After Merrill Lynch, he moved on to strategic advisory services and development at Register.com, where he pursued and closed partnerships, investments, and corporate acquisitions. After earning his MBA in Entertainment Finance at NYU's Stern School of Business, Moody built a thriving consulting practice, offering strategic financial advice to angel investors and corporations, including a $500 million healthcare company. Today, he brings all of those deal-making and entrepreneurial skills to the world of filmmaking.
Moody also has a strong sense of community and in that spirit he teaches a Producers’ Roundtable at the New York Film Academy. He has also guest lectured at Temple University Film School, the Savannah College of Art and Design, and the New York University School of Continuing Education. He is a member of the IFP Producers Group.
Armed with a BA in History from Dartmouth College, Simone Swink pursued a career in television working in news and documentaries for ABC's "Nightline" and National Geographic Channel's news and documentary units. She traveled the world for National Geographic shooting on location in the mountains of New Zealand, the highlands of Peru, and the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador. After moving to New York, Simone produced for both Jane Pauley and Martha Stewart's daytime shows on NBC. While working for Jane, she climbed Grand Teton to follow a group of cancer survivors and first-time mountaineers as they summitted for the first time. It was Simone's first time climbing a mountain as well.
Her first independent documentary, "Democracy: The Making of an American Opera," followed the creation and collaboration of an opera commissioned by Placido Domingo for Washington National Opera and featured Domingo, playwright Romulus Linney, composer Scott Wheeler, and director John Pascoe.
In 2007, she hit the road for seven months for ABC's documentary unit helping field and co-produce a five-hour series on NASCAR.
Simone is a member of the Producers' Guild and New York Women in Film & Television and has been nominated for two Emmys.