BIO: Jordan Galland, is a 28 year old filmmaker, writer and musician who has been living in New York City since he was five years old. At the age of thirteen, he wrote his first play, F.A.M.I.L.Y, which was a finalist at the Young Playwrightsí Competition. At eighteen, Galland formed the Rock Band Dopo Yume, and toured the country opening for Cibo Matto and Rufus Wainwright. At twenty, he began work on an adaptation of Ryu Murakamiís novel, Coinlocker Babies, with director Michele Civetta and long time friends, Sean Lennon and Peter Klein. He then graduated from NYU where he studied Film, Animation and Mythology. Smile for the Camera, Gallandís directorial debut, a comedy about a cult who uses antique cameras to capture the souls of their victims, won an award for best short at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival. Gallandís animated music video Green Umbrella, was an official selection at thirteen film festivals throughout the United States, winning awards for Best Musical Form, Best Animation and Animated Music Video at the Da Vinci Film Festival, Black Earth Film Festival and Indie Gathering, respectively, in 2006. Green Umbrella was also shown by invitation at ALCINE (Madrid), Spainís most important short film festival, in November, 2007. Galland is currently in post-production for his first feature, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Undead, a vampire comedy that explores the mysterious connection between Hamlet and the Holy Grail. As a musician and songwriter, Galland has collaborated with Mark Ronson and Sean Lennon. Their songs have appeared in numerous films and TV shows.