Colleen Kelly has over eight years of experience managing and developing highly successful reality television series including American Chopper, Greensburg, Dirty Jobs, The Ul7mate Fighter, and Ghost Hunters. In 2010, Colleen moved into film produc7on and has since acted as a Producer, Unit Produc7on Manager, and Writer on several award winning features, shorts and documentaries such as Driving by Braille (2010), Ryan Eggold’s Literally, Right Before Aaron (2011) , 40 Million (2012), Zombeo and Juliécula (2013) , Queen Without His Crown (2013), West Virginia Stories (2015), and the documentary Salvage (2013).
A graduate of Albion College, Colleen has a degree in Elementary Education, communication with a theatre emphasis, and a minor in English. Currently, she is a producing partner and part-owner at MoonHill Productions and has increased the range of the company to include television, reality television, and documentaries.
Isabel Junie Hildebrandt has taken an unusual path towards becoming an award-winning film producer. Aier achieving her PhD in Molecular and Medical Pharmacology in 2007, Isabel managed two successful research labs in UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine where she built up considerable experience at combining a variety of diverse interests and talents into a solid, unified product.
In 2009 she co-founded MoonHill Productions both to apply her experience and skills to the field of independent film production and to work with her husband, screenwriter Richard Moon. She has produced or assisted in the production of numerous award winning films, including the shorts Continuity (2009), April (2010), 40 Million (2012) and Zombeo and Juliécula as well as the features Small Days (2010), Driving by Braille (2011), and Lost Angels (2014) and documentaries including Salvage (2013).
Richard Moon is an accomplished and award-winning screenwriter and film-maker, with years of experience at developing his writing skills on the spec market, and in turning scripts into complete films as a producer. In 2009 he co-founded MoonHill Productions with his wife, producer Isabel Junie Hildebrandt, and since then he's produced or executive produced several films, including the award winning shorts Continuity (2009), and April (2010), the award winning features Small Days (2010), their first completely in-house-produced feature, Driving by Braille (2011).
Richard’s screen writing awards include First Place at the California Film Awards in 2011 for Jupiter and Best Produced Screenplay for Driving By Braille (2011, Action on Film). His short film Zombeo & Juliécula, has won numerous awards including Best Family/Children, Action On Film Screenplay Festival, 2012, and Best Short Screenplay at the Eerie Horror Fest 2012.
Whether writing romantic, sci fi, or for children, Richard’s focus is to create relatable characters with purpose. As a filmmaker he is committed to producing quality films on rational budgets aimed at the commercial market.