Mark Rosman – Writer, Director, Producer

Mark RosmanWriter, producer, director Mark Rosman is well known for his classic family entertainment. Mark directed the Warner Bros. hit feature “A Cinderella Story” staring Hilary Duff, and followed that up with “The Perfect Man” for Universal, also staring Duff and Heather Locklear. He wrote and directed one of the most popular Disney Channel movies “Life-Size”, staring Tyra Banks and Lindsay Lohan, as well as directing two of the most watched tween television series “Even Stevens” and “Lizzie McGuire”.

Mark’s most recent movie is “A Wish Come True”, a romantic comedy for the Hallmark Channel.

Suzanne Lyons – Producer

Suzanne Lyons is president/producer of Snowfall Films, Inc. and to date has produced or exec produced eleven feature films. She is currently producing her twelfth film, TIME TOYS, an action adventure family film with writer/director Mark Rosman. Suzanne LyonsSuzanne has worked with wonderful talent including Brenda Blethyn, Christopher Walken, Naomi Watts, Alfred Molina, James Caan, Dean Cain, Ariel Winter, Susan Sarandon, Donald Sutherland, Ellen Burstyn, Jennifer Tilly, Jon Lovitz, Asia Argento, Winona Ryder, Peter Fonda, Adrian Paul and more. Suzanne’s films have won a gamut of awards and festivals from the prestigious BAFTA award, a premier at the Directors Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival, best picture at Shockerfest and acceptance into the Toronto, Berlin. LA and Montreal Film Festivals.

In addition to her work as a film producer, Suzanne designed and ran the film school, Flash Forward Institute, with a focus on marketing oneself in the industry. She has been a guest speaker at over fifty entertainment industry events, guilds and organization. In 2012 Ms. Lyons published her book through Focal Press called “Indie Film Producing… The Craft of Low Budget Filmmaking.” |

Mammal Studios – Visual Effects

Mammal Studios is a boutique visual effects studio located in Hollywood, California. Since opening in August of 2013, it has completed visual effects for such high-profile features including Sony’s Fury and The Interview, as well as Disney XD’s Mighty Med. In 2014 Mammal received their first MTV Video Music Award nomination for Best Visual Effects for their work on Eminem’s Rap God.

Co-Founder and Visual Effects Supervisor Gregory Liegey, is heading up the Time Toys team for Mammal. Beginning his career as a composite artist specializing in look development and shot design, Greg has contributed his talents to over 75 feature films at some of the industry’s leading houses – ILM, Sony Imageworks and Cinesite among them. His credits include Fury, The Interview, Flightplan, Evan Almighty, Inglourious Basterds and Tower Heist.

Dawn R. Ferry – Production Designer

Dawn R. Ferry, is a multi-faceted dynamo who has over 20 years in the world of entertainment. With a diversified professional history, Dawn FerryDawn has worked in all areas of feature film, commercial television, live events, music video, commercials & documentary production. Dawn came to California when she was awarded a full scholarship to USC where she earned her MFA. Dawn started out as a Set Decorator and received awards on a number of films, including the Sundance Film Festival breakthrough hit, “Smoke Signals”, the only Sundance film to garner both the Directors’ and Audience Award. Dawn has created over 30 films as a Production Designer most recently “Hoovey” and “Field of Lost Shoes” which received the Best Dramatic Feature at the GI Film Festival “Space Warriors” which received the S.E.T. Award for advancing Science Engineering & Technology for children and “5-25-77” which received the Heineken Red Star Award at the Hampton’s International Film Festival. Favorites include Coco Beach in 1961 for “Race to Space”, a period piece based on the first chimp space launch. Dawn’s recreated Mission Control is still on display at NASA’s Visitor Center in Florida, a babies eye view of some of the world’s most iconic places for “Baby Genius: B.S.I. (Baby Squad Investigators)”, the futuristic environment of “Menno’s Mind” for Showtime, a dark underworld in “Kingdom of the Blind”, the world of a child in “P.U.N.K.S.” and, “Book of Stars” which was reviewed as having “… a Production Design that redefines the word Lovely”.