Nick Farago

Nick works as a director, cinematographer, and editor for Light Fighter Film. In the film world, he has a wide range of experience, from music videos and experimental films to narrative fiction and cinéma vérité documentaries. He has worked as a researcher on the development team at National Geographic, has led video production at a fast-growing tech startup, and produced films for an award-winning literary magazine called Radio Silence. His commercial clients include Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Discovery, Cirque du Soleil, MGM Resorts, and many others.

Nick also works as a radio producer and editor. The first radio piece he ever made was inspired by a plaque he read on the streets of Omaha, Nebraska. That story became an episode of Radiolab. Since then, he has made feature-length documentaries for BBC World Service and branded podcasts for Slate.

He was born and raised in Niagara Falls, NY and currently lives in Berkeley, CA.


Peter Lang-Stanton

Pete works as a director and composer for Light Fighter Film. His debut film with LFF, Boys Camp: The Story of Banana Phonetic, is a vérité documentary comedy about a failing indie rock band invited to play their first big music festival. 

Pete is a writer and radio producer who has worked with BBC World Service, APM, Audible Germany, and the Peabody award-winning show, Radiolab.    

He teaches at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Portland, Maine.