Co-Founder | Producer | Director | Editor
Born in the United States and raised on the Caribbean island of Aruba, Aaron Hosé is a producer/director/editor with over 15 years in the film and video industry. His productions have received multiple awards and honors, including four regional EMMY® Awards and nine nominations.
In 2010, Aaron produced and directed his award-winning Taiwanese documentary feature Voices in the Clouds, and followed it up with the LGBT-themed documentary feature Break Through in 2012. Both films are distributed worldwide on digital platforms such as Hulu, Amazon, Vimeo on Demand and Gaia.
In 2015, Aaron was associate producer and cinematographer for the celebrity impersonator documentary Just About Famous (currently on Netflix, Google Play and iTunes). He also wrote and directed the short The Sons of Mapes (currently on ShortsTV and Vimeo on Demand), recipient of the 2018 Lone Star Sports EMMY® Award for Outstanding Achievement in Documentary.
The EMMY® Award-winning documentary The Committee, which Aaron produced and edited for the University of Central Florida, is being broadcast nationwide between 2016 and 2018 on 100+ PBS stations via the American Public Television Exchange (APT).
Aaron is Associate Producer for the new docu-drama short Paradiso and Associate Producer/Editor for the upcoming TV series Waking Up White. His next two documentaries, the short A Fresh Perspective and the feature One Pint at a Time, focus on the people and initiatives diversifying the craft beer industry in the United States. ‘Fresh’ is slated for release in 2019 and ‘One Pint’ in 2020.
Co-Founder | Producer
Brigitte Hosé is a graduate of the Hanze University in the Netherlands, where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and International Management. After spending six years as a PR and Communications Specialist for the Government of Aruba, she relocated to the U.S. to pursue new challenges. Among those: a career in filmmaking alongside her husband and collaborator Aaron Hosé.
She developed a love for documentary film while producing the documentary short Senior Moments. Since then, she has assisted in post producing By Her Hand for 2Hands20Fingers and Rebecca Roos Productions, and was co-producer on Break Through, her first feature documentary. Her latest film is the EMMY® award-winning documentary short, The Sons of Mapes, for which she served as associate producer.
Next, Brigitte will be co-producing the short A Fresh Perspective and the feature One Pint at a Time. Both documentaries deal with the ongoing diversification of the craft beer industry in the United States.