Timothy Knight received his master’s degree in critical studies from the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts. Based in Los Angeles, he has been a film critic for REEL.COM, where he contributed hundreds of reviews and many feature articles. He also served as the manuscript editor and co-wrote the accompanying documentary for Their First Time in the Movies by Les Krantz and wrote Great Kisses...And Famous Lines Right Out of the Movies.
Les Krantz is a publisher, author, and filmmaker who heads Wildwood Films and the publishing company Facts That Matter, Inc. in Wisconsin. With over a dozen documentary films to his credit, Krantz’s work has received acclaim, including having two of his documentaries be selected for inclusion in the Baseball Hall of Fame Film Festival in 2007 and 2008. His book Not Till the Fat Lady Sings and the accompanying DVD documentary, hosted by legendary Jim McKay, were named as one of the 10 best sports books by the American Library Association.