Tyler A. Chase - Tyler is an auteur/filmmaker who founded L'ORAGE Productions while attending NYU Film School where she created two short narrative films that screened at: the Tribeca Screening Room, the Cantor Screening Room, New York International Independent Film Festival, Ocularis Open Eye and The Pioneer Theater. Tyler completed the award winning feature documentary, A Castle in Brooklyn, King Arthur (2020) with Golden Globe Award winner, Brian Cox as Narrator; short documentary, Sweet Soul in Exile (2018) (Berlin Short Film Festival - Audience Award 2020), and the short narrative film, Animal Crackers, (Pentimenti) (2012). Presently Tyler is completing post production for Blues for 475 Kent and is in development/planning with the feature documentary with working title, Always Here. She has projects in different stages of development, production and post. Tyler was a judge for the short film category of the Socially Relevant Film Festival; screened and lectured at the Kanbar Instititute of Film & Television at NYU Tish School of the Arts and her work has also been featured at the National Arts Club, The Players Club and the Dante Aligieri Society in Cambridge. Tyler was accredited by the Center for Women's Global Leadership to attend the United Nations Universal Periodic Review of Human Rights Violations in Geneva, Switzerland and screened testimony from footage of her work surrounding A Castle in Brooklyn and Blues for 475 Kent. She participated on the human rights in housing panel at that session. Soon after, Tyler participated in a review discussion at the White House feedback event and was screened as testimony - UPR of Human Rights at Columbia University. Tyler makes films about subjects that she feels strong empathy for and works to exhume the many layers that define the human condition. Memberships: Film Fatales, IDA, D-Word, The National Arts Club, Fractured Atlas https://www.lorage.com
Memberships include: The National Arts Club, New York Women in Film and Television AEA, SAG/AFTRA, and Fractured Atlas
Lisette Cevallos (Producer, V.P. of L’ORAGE), graduated from the NYU Film Program and has supported the creative work of L'ORAGE Productions from the onset as producer, production manager, administrator, writer, budget/accounting person and sometimes crew member. She is a producer of the award winning, documentary, A Castle in Brooklyn, King Arthur (2020) with Golden Globe Award winner, Brian Cox as Narrator (YoFiFest 2020 - Audience Choice Award) ; short documentary, Sweet Soul in Exile (2020) (Berlin Short Film Festival - Audience Award 2020), and the short narrative film, Animal Crackers, (Pentimenti) (2012). Cevallos is presently involved in projects in different stages of development: Blues for 475 Kent (in post production), Always Here, in Development/Production, Let Them Eat Geese (development/production) and Touched by Duse (post production/pending foreign production). Lisette has participated on panels at the National Arts Club, The Players Club and other venues with Paul Sorvino, William Esper, Helen Sheehy, Susan Batson and Angelica Page for special events and private screenings of a rough cut of Touched by Duse.
Based in Atlanta, Elizabeth Page Walker met Tyler A. Chase and producer, Lisette Cevallos at the Cannes Film Festival. Since then, Page participated on several projects as a Graphics person for posters. She is excited to be part of the L'ORAGE team. Originally from the deep south of Georgia. “Page” , is a filmmaker, photographer and artist. She graduated in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of Georgia. Her major was Mass Media Arts with an emphasis in Video Production and her minor was Chinese Language and Culture.
Page debuted her first short film, Remnants in a college classroom. Page made several other short films for Campus Movie Festival, including, Maddy and Eavesdropped, in which she did Cinematography. She completed a Production Assistant Internship in Shanghai, China with , Bright Shadow Films. After her graduation, Page spent over a year studying and teaching English in Mainland China. She is certified Internationally to teach English.