Jackie Borock is an entertainment attorney with over twenty-five years in practice. She currently teaches legal issues to film and television undergraduate and graduate students at Drexel University’s Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts and Design. She formerly served as the Executive Director for the Philadelphia Independent Film and Video Association (PIFVA), a non-profit organization supporting filmmakers. As an attorney, Ms. Borock has represented clients in a variety of entertainment-related matters, both in private practice and as general counsel and Director of Legal and Business Affairs for TLA Entertainment, an international film distribution company. She has been involved with the Philadelphia Film and Animation Festival, and the Woodstock Film Festival as both an advisor and panelist. Ms. Borock has lectured on entertainment law issues for the Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Bar Associations, as well as at the Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, the Greater Philadelphia Film Office, Temple University, and the University of the Arts. Ms. Borock has served on the advisory boards of Project Twenty1, the Villanova Law School Sports and Entertainment Law Journal, and the Board of Directors of 11th Hour Theater Company, Pig Iron Theatre Company, and Adoption Hope International.
Scott Weiner (Producer) has been taking photographs since the mid 1970s. While in college studying radio, television, and film at Temple University, he sold his first professional photograph to the Philadelphia Inquirer. Over the last 40 years, Scott has photographed
everyone from politicians to musicians and actors. Scott Weiner’s commissioned work has been published in any of the most popular music and entertainment magazines throughout the world. His photographs have also appeared on album and CD covers and have been used by many books as well as many networks including MTV. He has exhibited his photos in Philadelphia, New York, and his work is featured in the traveling exhibition Rock Art Show. Now he has come full circle as Scott's first clients were record companies and radio stations. He is now with Radio 104.5 and Q102 as staff photographer as well as many other clients. Scott is also repped by a New York Wire Service and a Wire Service in France.