A wife, mom of two terrific boys, community rabblerouser, edu-tainer, triathlete, serial entrepreneur... oooooo look something shiny! Pixel Workshop, HoCoMoJo and TriSpies are my biz. When not creating for clients, playing with the family, or serving the community, you'll likely find me training for a triathlon or hanging with friends in The Tiki.
Name: Ilana Bittner
Lives in: Columbia, Maryland
Occupation: Author, Content Creator, Director, Editor, Filmmaker, Marketing/pr, Producer, Production Vehicle Owner and Screenwriter
Video by Matt Craven (Adventure and Family) Producer, Writer Outdoor adventures, thrilling amusement rides, and quirky roadside attractions included, packing up the car and hitting the open road is a longtime tradition of American families! Set a course with comic travelers, Alex and Emily, and embark on the vacation of a lifetime, visiting 25 kid-favorite locations across America. TripFLIX lets you pick your route and create your own adventures packed with exciting locations, fun trivia, interactive activities, and even a few dance lessons. Along with Alex and Emily, you'll train dolphins, fly rockets , rope cattle, tour a big-league ballpark, and much much more! Written by Ilana Bittner
The Washington Monument: It Stands for All
TV Movie by Brian Leonard (Documentary) Special effects
Film (short) by Gerardine Wurzburg (Documentary) Editorial department Peter Gwazdauskas, a child with Down Syndrome, attends a normal school with regular students. The documentary follows Peter and how much he has improved throughout the school year.
The All New Mickey Mouse Club
Television (Family and Music) Miscellaneous Crew Mickey Mouse and his pals have a house in which they show various classic Disney cartoons.
In the Company of Whales
TV Movie (Documentary) Editorial department Add a Plot »
Let's Make a Deal
Television (Game-Show) Miscellaneous Crew An updated version of the classic game show from the 60's and 70s'. Host Bob Hilton would choose contestants from the audience based on how outlandishly they dressed and how insane they acted. These contestants were then given cash or prizes which they could then choose to keep or trade away for hidden mystery gifts. Sometimes the prize would be something valuable, but other times it would even less than worthless. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <email@example.com>