Anthony Sabet is a French film director, writer and producer with over a decade of professional experience.
Born in Paris, France, and raised in Geneva, Switzerland, Sabet received a Master degree in Film Production from ESRA Paris. Following his studies, Anthony Sabet directed and produced 3 award-winning short films, Fanny Ardant et Toi…, Lost In Cross and Nos Noces. In 2009 he moved to Los Angeles to complete a Degree in Production at UCLA.
After working for several production companies, Sabet created his own company, ASA Pictures. In 2013, he released a short film, Walk the Light, starring Michael Richards (Seinfeld). The short immediately received critical acclaim, was nominated at over 40 International film festivals (including 6 Academy Award qualifiers), and received 8 awards. He directed and produced another short film, Tic Tac Stop, starring David Moscow (Big, Newsies) and Jenna Willis (The People vs. OJ Simpson).
One Last Night is his first feature film. Inspired by his personal experience, it was directed and produced by Sabet. The movie stars Rachele Schank, Luke Brandon Field, Brian Baumgartner (The Office), Kelly Stables (Two and a Half Men) and Ali Cobrin (The Neighbors). The movie is scheduled to premiere at the 2018 Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
Sabet is currently in development of his next feature film, Sunny and Ray, planned to shoot in early 2019.
Composer Anthony Willis is emerging as one of the industries most exciting young talents. Anthony's solo credits include Seasons 6,7 & 8 of the video game sensation Fortnite, Sony Playstation's BAFTA nominated video game Knack II, Michelle Morgan's Sundance Selection 2017 comedy: It Happened in L.A., and David Yarovesky's horror thriller, The Hive, where he collaborated with renowned DJ Steve Aoki. Up and coming projects include Universal's silent movie comedy What happened to Jones & Amin Matalqa's animated adventure, Hump, an Arabian adventure, starring Simon Pegg and Gaten Matarrazo. A protege of Oscar nominated composer John Powell, Anthony has also contributed additional music to many of Hollywood's major franchises including: How to Train your Dragon 2 & 3, Solo: A Star Wars Story, Wreck it Ralph: Ralph Breaks the Internet, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, Jason Bourne, Rio 2, & Despicable Me 2. Working alongside Henry Jackman, Anthony composed additional music for Nate Parker's 2016 Sundance Winner The Birth of a Nation, and contributed additional arrangements to Harry Gregson-Williams' acclaimed score for The Martian. His additional music credits also include Pan & Ferdinand (for John Powell), Papa: Hemingway in Cuba (for Mark Isham), Paramount's sci-fi adventure film Monster Trucks (for David Sardy) and the upcoming documentary, The Elephant Queen (for Alex Heffes).
At a young age, DeMarco was obsessed with creating short films on his parents ancient camcorder. By the time he was in high school, he was inspired by an art teacher to pursue a career in film. Hailing from the Monterey Bay Area, DeMarco ventured to Los Angeles, residing there for over a decade where he has worked in television development and production for a number of industry powerhouses before making the leap into independent film. DeMarco has worked on a diverse array of television spanning multiple genres. In addition to producing, DeMarco has followed his passion of screenwriting with multiple features in development. One Last Night is DeMarco’s most recent endeavor, marking his first feature film.
Anthony, or "Brooks" (as he is affectionately known as) was born in Baltimore, MD. His career in cinematography was sparked by his travels that began early in youth. His exploratory nature while growing up in various countries such as Cuba and Italy is what hardened his visual aesthetic. With a visceral approach to creating images, his eye landscapes narratives that allow for movement between levity and darkness--affecting moods without posing distraction to an audience. Having worked on a variety of projects, Anthony's work spans features, shorts, commercials, and documentary.
Anthony aims to show the intimacies of humanity through his cinematography. He would probably be a historian otherwise.