Patzi Gil is the Host of JOY ON PAPER, a radio program for
writers and those who dream of writing.
She was inspired to create Forgotten F-105 Warriors after writing
a script based on G.I. Basel's book, PAK SIX, about the pilots of
Operation Rolling Thunder during the Vietnam War.
She has spent the past few years interviewing pilots and ground
crews to get all their exciting stories about one of the most
deadly air campaigns in history.
She is also working on a lifestyle television series called
History? It's Food! based on twenty-years as a home school mom.
For many years Patzi wrote scripts -- both on spec and for hire.
Now, in addition to developing Forgotten F-105 Warriors, she is
busy writing three different books -- a non-fiction story about
her radio program, a history set in India during the
British Raj and a kid's book that is close to her heart.
Jonathan G. Chambers, President, Executive Producer, and Writer for Hyperactive Dreams, oversees all development and production responsibilities for the company. With more than thirty years in the entertainment and advertising industries, he has produced or managed more than 900 projects in the television, feature film and commercial arenas.
Known for his creativity, professional standards, broad-based experience and attention to detail, Jonathan is also a Directors Guild of America Unit Production Manager and First Assistant Director. His projects have had him shooting in many locations throughout Florida, California and North America, and supervising global projects with crews working around the globe.
Over the years, Jonathan has encountered and succeeded with every production element imaginable: from blue screen to boats, celebrities, exotic animals, helicopters, special effects, stunts, and more.
Other projects on Jonathan's development slate include: Attic Ashes (feature film); Bethlehem, the Beginning (animated musical feature film); Modern Christian Family (reality series); Ordinary Guys, Extraordinary Lives (documentary series); History? It’s Food! (lifestyle history and food series); Lydia (biographical feature film); Players Never Win (crime action feature film),
and The Sunshine Pilot (comedy feature film.)