Born and raised in Acworth, Cameron McAllister is a graduate of Kennesaw State University, where he studied Geographic Information Science and minored in film. He is the Associate Director for the Atlanta Film Society and the Vice President of Content & Special Projects for Georgia Entertainment News. In 2011, Cameron founded Reel Georgia, a website dedicated to Georgia's film industry and festival circuit, which features articles and movie reviews from a Georgian perspective. Subsequently, he founded the Georgia Film Critics Association in 2012, which now includes nearly 30 voting members across the state. He first joined the RIFF team as Festival Producer for the 2014 and 2016 events and became Executive Director prior to the 2017 festival.
Seth Ingram has spent over a decade as an independent producer, screenwriter and director for film and television. One of the founding members of Atlanta-based Moonshine Pictures, Seth currently serves as the Head of Development, working as a script and story consultant for both network and independent productions. In 2014, his feature documentary "Blind Tiger: The Legend of Bell Tree Smith" had its World Premiere at the Rome International Film Festival and in 2015, Seth became Executive Director of RIFF before transitioning into the role of Creative Director prior to the 2017 festival. Seth and his wife April have three children and reside in Rome.
Terrell Sandefur is a Relationship Broker, Social Media Marketer, and Publicist from Macon, Georgia, where he helped launch a film festival in 2005. A driving force behind the success of the Macon Film Festival, Terrell is a film festival consultant assisting festivals around the state with fundraising and marketing. A master of social media, Terrell’s “Film Macon” campaign has become the criterion for the state of Georgia on promoting cities for film & television production. By creating and maintaining a myriad of successful relationships with national film industry leaders, Terrell became an influencer on the growth and development of the Georgia Film industry, now within the top three film industry states in the nation.