Oscar-nominated and three-time Emmy award-winning actress Alfre Woodard narrates All Our Sons-Fallen Heroes of 9/11. Known for her nuanced portrayals of complicated women on stage and screen, Woodard lends her voice to that of the mothers and creates a lasting tribute to these brave men.
Lillian E. Benson, Producer/Editor, was nominated for an Emmy for her work on the landmark Civil Rights series Eyes on the Prize II . In 2001 she edited ROOTS- Celebrating 25 Years, PBS Hollywood Presents: The Old Settler, an adaptation of John Henry Redwood's play directed by Debbie Allen for KCET, and Robert Young's True to the Game . Ms. Benson has edited feature films, television series, and numerous documentaries for HBO, CNN, A&E and PBS. Ms. Benson is the first African American female member of American Cinema Editors, an honorary society of film editors.
Lt. Craig Kelly, Producer, is a 20-plus year veteran of the Bridgeport, CT Fire Department and a licensed, professional counselor. He has served as the co-chair of the Violence Prevention Committee for the Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development and has served on the boards of various Bridgeport anti-violence groups. As a firefighter, Mr. Kelly rescued two people pinned under the collapsed L'Ambiance Plaza in Bridgeport in 1987. After September 11 th, Kelly joined forces with his fellow firefighters at Ground Zero to help dig for survivors.

Shannon Gee, Producer/Writer, co-produced Conscience and the Constitution, an award-winning documentary on the Heart Mountain internment camp draft resisters, which debuted on PBS in the fall of 2000. She was the Producer/Director of If Tired Hands Could Talk, the story of Seattle's Asian American garment workers, and producer/writer for Finding Home In China town, a documentary on Seattle's Chinatown. She also served as Associate Producer on the PBS documentary Vaudeville and Smothered, a two-hour special on the Smothers Brothers for Bravo. Shannon is also a freelance journalist whose writing has appeared in The Seattle Times, The Seattle Weekly, and The Independent Film and Video Monthly .

Joe Staton, Director of Photography, is a Harlem native and graduate of Rutgers University. He has been a director of photography and first assistant cameraman for many years. He has worked on numerous television projects including the Columbo movie specials, L.A. Law, Hart to Hart, Moesha, and Two Guys and a Girl . His feature credits include The Right Stuff, The Color Purple, and Sweet Dreams. Mr. Staton had his own editing and production company in New York.

Charles Gregory Washington, Composer, created the original score for feature films, Echoes of Enlightenment, Thicker Than Water and Requiem for a Vampire. Washington also created music for the ABC movie of the week Detention: Siege at Johnson High, and Underground Railroad for the PBS documentary series American Experience. Washington was classically trained on piano and studied jazz theory and composition at Fisk University, Vanderbilt University and Ohio State University. His professional career as a pianist and composer began early. While still in high school he was the opening act for major jazz performers such as Dizzy Gillespie, David Sanborn, Chick Corea, Jeff Lorber, and Tony Williams.


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