Cambria Film Festival Organizers
The festival is a labor of love; love of film, love of the community and love of creating a positive, enjoyable experience.
Nancy Green, Co-founder:
Nancy is Executive Director of Cambria Center for the Arts Theatre (CCAT), the performing arts wing of Allied Arts Association (501c3), has had extensive theatrical experience in community theatre groups in New York, London and Hamburg, Germany. She is a founding member of the Hamburg Players – the only English-speaking theatre in Hamburg, which is still going strong some 50 years later.
Alan Fraser, Co-founder
Alan is a filmmaker, film instructor and local business owner. His film, Next Time, won best picture awards at the Hollywood and Long Beach Film Festivals. He’s an adjunct film instructor at Allan Hancock College and is currently partners wth his wife in The Love Story Project, an art and gift store in Cambria.
Dennis Frahmann is a full-time resident of Cambria. Prior to retiring and moving to Cambria, he resided in Los Angeles and was the chief marketing office of Sage North America. This followed a 23-year career with Xerox Corporation including stints as vice president of advertising and global director of trade shows and sports sponsorships. He holds a masters degree in journalism from Columbia University and is the author of three novels.
Oz Barron, all around great guy
With a background both as a professional musician and a small business owner, Oz has found himself serving a number of boards over the years in various capacities. After leaving Boston, he and his wife Kris now own and operate the Ball & Skein & More in Cambria, the largest yarn shop on California’s Central Coast.
Judy Levine, Volunteer coordinator
Judy is thrilled to now be a full-time resident of Cambria, following a long career in the technology sector. She’s proud to have been part of the movement to advance volunteerism in the corporate sector, building programs to offer employees paid time off to volunteer, organizing large team projects, guiding pro bono support for nonprofits and embedding volunteerism into conferences and trade shows.