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Louise Prister
Executive Producer/Sponsor

Mrs. Louise Prister is an information technology and business professional consultant. Staying on the forefront of the competition, Mrs. Prister keeps up with the technology and business development demands of her clients, performing different types of services. Each one of Mrs. Prister project plays a great role in the success of her clients and contributes to their business's growth and progress.
Widely regarded as a leader and visionary in growing business, Mrs. Prister welcomed the challenges of new endeavors, investing in the production of BullsEye her money, time and effort. She created BullsEyeMovie.com website, managed the production budget of expenditures, provided guidance and feedback on the production and post production to achieve the best quality film and ROI.
Louise Prister is a published writer of short stories for children ( Do You Know Why? ) and novels for adults ( Talisman , The Heart of a Nurse , September 11 , and On Friday Night )


Alex Prister
Writer / Director / Cinematographer / Editor / Animator

Alex Prister is an award winning writer/director based in New Jersey. His previous film, The Path of Brian, won The New Media Award for short film drama. The film was cited for its writing and rich acting. As a child prodigy, Alex wrote and performed in his own shows at his school numerous times starting at a very young age. The performances ranged from piano recitals to magic shows to theatrical productions.
In 2006, Mr. Prister shot simple movies using a Digital Picture Camera and Windows Movie Maker, but this was enough to ignite a passion in him for film-making. Always seeking to learn more about the movie making process, from lighting to scoring, animation to casting. Alex began a self-created curriculum to learn as much as as he could about film-making. Today he is highly skilled in programs such as Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere Pro, 3d Studio Max 2009, Combustion, Motion and more. In addition to the creative and technical sides of film-making, Alex has learned how to maximize resources on a micro-budget. Creating BullsEye involved a team of over 50 people, several organizations, custom rigs and dollies, period costumes, 3 classic cars, and a cache of weapons. Alex is extremely proud of his work in BullsEye and is equally as proud of the work of his cast and crew. Alex is highly confident that BullsEye has all the makings of a box office hit.

Frank Poe
Executive Producer

Frank graduated Rutgers University and New York Law School with strong focus on Entertainment and Labor/Employment Law.
He is an avid Social Media user that keeps connected with a large network for purposes of building a transactional Law practice. Frank believes that the law is best used outside of the court room, and seeks to keep it that way through the use of thorough contract drafting, and careful pairing of business entities, professionals, and other principals.
Frank specialties are film, TV, theater, music, social media, public relations, labor, contract drafting, and negotiations.

Ramzi Faris
Executive Producer

Ramzi Faris, Has spent a life time in film and entertainment. His early career began in New York where he was managed by Shirley Grant Management, one of New York's most prestigious talent agencies. He later left the acting world and begin pursuing his passion for production and cofounded the record label "Gang Green Records".
This path has led him to a long career in music production and publishing. During the mid 2000's he was approached to produce his first feature film with an LA based production company Eliot Films. This opportunity allowed him to incorporate his extensive knowledge of the entertainment business into film production.
Since then he has produced endless productions from TV shows and music videos to full length features. Ramzi was very pleased to join fellow producer and 'BullsEye' director Alex Prister and the rest of the team. He is currently operating The West Wall Street Company out of New York and Miami.

Chris Phillipps

Chris Phillipps (p/k/a C-Phill), the founder of CPhill Entertainment, is a classically trained pianist with prolific songwriting and producing abilities. After graduating from New York's High School of the Performing Arts (the "Fame" school), he began honing his craft by performing live shows with various cover bands around the tri-state area, playing clubs, weddings, cocktail hours, piano bars and private parties. During the past few years, he has worked with various independent record labels and a variety of artists, contributing his producing and songwriting skills
to help develop and create an innovative commercial sound.
Chris has scored for projects involving Sears, the Jane Goodall Institute, Chrysalis Media and Creative Partners; worked with Alexis Krauss (of Sleigh Bells) worked with Vanessa Serrao-Hiemenz (an Emmy-nominated Discovery Channel producer); worked with Andre DeBourg (Destiny's Child, Salt 'n' Pepa); and has produced, written and assisted with artist development for a variety of record labels including Carver Entertainment.
As a CPA, Chris has gained considerable experience doing audits of entertainment companies, reviewing artist contracts and helping multi-million dollar independent record labels track costs and artists' recoupable expenses, in addition to using his skills as a forensic accountant and restructuring / turnaround management professional.
Chris' latest success is the song The Honeymoon featuring platinum selling artist Slim (from 112) and Warchyld, which he produced and co-wrote and has 700 spins on FM radio and charted on Mediabase's All Access Urban and Rhythmic airplay charts. He is also currently co-writing a musical with the accomplished actress Jody Kay Litman, who has parts in movies with Uma Thurman, Vinny Vella, Charles Dutton and worked with Joyce Carol Oates. Chris' lush orchestrations, melodic hooks and unique production style are sure to win the hearts and ears of millions of music lovers around the world.

Michael V Dowgin

Steve Stoupas - ReCreations Salon
Makeup / Hair Supervisor

Attorney Michael V. Dowgin is Chief Judge of the Municipal Court of the Township of South Brunswick.
Attorney Michael V. Dowgin offers legal counsel and representation to clients throughout central New Jersey. His legal specialties include family law, real estate law, business law and other matters.

Steve Stoupas was over delighted to work with Alex Prister in the make up and hair styling department in BullsEye. Steve currently owns ReCreations Salon in New Brunswick NJ.
Steve salon was voted one of the top 5 salons in NJ by digital city .

Aubree Marchione
Dance Choreographer

Aubree Marchione was born on December 29, 1985 , in a small rural town in NJ. From an early age, she excelled in school and athletics. She played soccer throughout highschool, and won the State Championships in 2002. She declined many soccer scholarships from colleges to pursue her passion for acting and dance.
Aubree became a professional ballroom and Latin dancer in 2004. She has had the opportunity to dance in and choreograph national commercials, and also to perform on the 'Dancing with the Stars' National Tour. She is active in bringing dancing to people with disabilities.
Her acting training and experience lead her to book commercials and print jobs in the U.S. and also in Spain. She has had roles in several independent films, Hollywood feature films, and television series, including "Lipstick Jungle", "Wingman", "Girl Talk", and Spike TV's “Weekend Pre-Game“. Aubree currently works out of New York City.

Randy James
Dance Choreographer Consultant

Randy James founded his company Randy James Dance Works in 1993. The company has toured nationally throughout California, Georgia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Ohio, Indiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey giving thousands of performances. Internationally RJDW has toured to the Cayman Islands, Germany, Estonia, Latvia and taught and performed at the VII Annual International Contemporary Dance Conference and Performance Festival in Bytom, Poland and Krakow 2000.
The company is recognized for its community-based residencies and has given hundreds of master classes, lecture-demonstrations, and workshops benefiting thousands of people of every age. RJDW has received formal recognition and financial support has been granted from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission of New Jersey, The Frank & Lydia Bergen Foundation, Johnson & Johnson, Newsweek, Meet The Composer, Eli Lilly & Co. Foundation, AT&T Foundation, GG Monks Foundation, Prince William Network, Alliance for Arts Education/New Jersey and the Joyce Mertz-Gilmore Foundation. For rehearsals and the development of new work, RJDW has received the prestigious 92nd St. Y Harkness space grant for seven consecutive years.
Randy James is building an international reputation as an exceptionally gifted master teacher and an emotionally evocative choreographer, receiving commissions from dance companies, colleges and universities. The New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State honored him with a Choreographic Fellowship Award in 2004 and 1994 for recognition of his artistic excellence. Mr. James received the New Jersey Governor's Award in Arts Education and was named Distinguished Teaching Artist in 2002. He has been a guest artist at various institutions including the American Dance Festival, Jacob's Pillow, London Contemporary Dance theater and School, VII Annual International Contemporary Dance Conference and Performance Festival in Poland, Tage des Tanzas in Germany and Austria, Fine Five School in Estonia, Via Danse in Latvia, among others. Randy was born and raised in New Jersey and currently lives in Highland Park. He began his training at Rutgers University as a dance and theater major. His performance background includes summer stock, dinner theater, regional ballet companies and nightclub revues. He has also performed with the Metropolitan Opera Ballet at Lincoln Center in Aida and was principal dancer with Dan Wagoner & Dancers for eight years. James received his Bachelor of Arts from Empire State College and currently serves as an Associate Professor in the Dance Department at Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University.