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2-Way is an Independent feature film drama to be shot primarily in New Mexico. It is a meditation on marriage, fidelity, mortality, and second acts in American lives...


Dyanna Taylor


Dyanna Taylor has won 5 Emmys, a Peabody Award and a Lifetime Achievement Award from New York Women in Film & TV for her work in film. She directed a PBS "American Masters" about legendary photographer (and her grandmother) Dorothea Lange. Her recent credits include scenic unit director of Disney's live-action remake of Mulan in China for director Niki Caro, DP on the widely acclaimed documentary Who Will Write Our History – about the Warsaw Ghetto uprising during WWII (executive produced by Nancy Spielberg), and 2nd unit cinematographer on Eleanor Coppola’s latest film starring Cybill Shephard and Rita Wilson.  

Terry Borst

Writer & 

Executive Producer

Writer and Producer Terry Borst is an award-winning professional screenwriter and member of the Writers Guild of America. Produced screen credits include the sequel to the much-beloved Midnight Run; several years of episodes for the BBC television series BUGS (considered a precursor to shows like MI-5 and Black Mirror); and screenplays for videogame blockbusters like Wing Commander III and Wing Commander IV. For nearly a decade, he taught screenwriting at Santa Fe University of Art and Design, and just concluded a 2-year visiting professorship at Ringling College of Art+Design.

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Claudio David Ruben

Executive Producer

Claudio David Ruben is managing director of Garson Film Studios in Santa Fe, NM and CEO of Red Dzambhala Films. Over 20 years, he has been involved with the production of features films, commercials and docs. His credits include working on the successful A&E/Netflix series Longmire, the Italian spaghetti- Western miniseries Doc West

and a promo on Tibetan culture featuring the Dalai Lama. Prior to his film career, he worked in commodities trading in Zug, Switzerland for Glencore International and obtained an English Law Degree from King’s College London. He is originally from Milan, Italy.

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