Craig D. Forest

Over a 30+ year career, Craig’s television, film, video and documentary projects have taken him to 149 countries.

His strengths include digital cinema, broadcast segments & shows, short films, documentaries – plus single & multi-camera production. He has worked professionally at the network level for CBS’s The Amazing Race, ABC’s In Concert, Discovery Channel’s World of Wonder, HBO’s Arli$$, Travel Channel’s World’s Best, UPN’s Strange Universe, Animal Planet’s Amazing Animal Videos, PBS’s Traveling Lite, History Channel’s Ancient Mysteries: Voodoo, Fox Sports’ Soccer USA, A&E’s Investigative Reports with Bill Kurtis, TLC’s Too Extreme and American Movie Classics’ Movie Memories.

He has produced, directed or shot camera for such notable clients as Virgin Music GroupUnivisionFamily ChannelDuPontNestléHyatt HotelsMemorexToshibaMcDonaldsNorthwest Airlines, Ford, Wells Fargo BankBlue ShieldCountry Villa HealthcareBilly Graham AssociationSamaritan’s PurseWorld VisionVoice of the MartyrsFar East BroadcastingOneHopeDream Center & Teen Challenge.

Craig holds a Doctor of Fine Arts degree in Redemptive Filmmaking from Kingdom Seminary, a Masters in Film Studies from the Conservatory of Motion Pictures at Chapman University (a Top 10 film school), and a Bachelors in Biblical & Theological Studies from Bethany University. A voting member of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (Emmys), he also holds membership in the prestigious Travelers’ Century Club (100+ countries).


Craig’s recent projects have earned a number of notable television, film, documentary, video & festival awards:

  • 2007 Telly Award – Outpouring ’06 Promo
  • 2007 Telly Award – Sparkle TV spot
  • 2007 Telly Award – Alternative Sparkle TV spot
  • 2006 Cine Golden Eagle – Burundi: A Troubled Nation
  • 2006 Telly Award – Dare to Dream TV special
  • 2006 Telly Award – 60 seconds on a Steward’s Journey
  • 2006 Telly Award – Burundi: A Troubled Nation, A New Tribe
  • 2006 Aurora Award – Burundi: A Troubled Nation, A New Tribe
  • 2006 Videographer Award– Dare To Dream TV Special
  • 2006 Videographer Award – 60 seconds on a Steward’s Journey
  • 2005 Telly Award – Niger: Under the Umbrella of Islam
  • 2005 Telly Award – Benin: Cradle of Voodoo
  • 2005 Aurora Award – Ivory Coast: Key to the Francophone World
  • 2005 Aegis Award – Ivory Coast: Key to the Francophone World
  • 2005 Aegis Award – Benin: Cradle of Voodoo
  • 2005 Aegis Award – Niger: Under the Umbrella of Islam
  • 2005 Aegis Award – Burundi: A Troubled Nation, A New Tribe
  • 2005 Accolade Award – Burundi: A Troubled Nation, A New Tribe
  • 2005 Marcom Award – 60 seconds on a Steward’s Journey
  • 2005 Communicator Award – 60 seconds on a Steward’s Journey
  • 2003 Communicator Award – Burundi: A Troubled Nation

As a freelance artist, Craig has worked on production teams that have won or earned:

  • 2009 Primetime Emmy (Reality Competition) – The Amazing Race (Season 14) • Network: CBS • Producer: World Race Productions • Team Role: Coordinator
  • 1996 Cine Golden Eagle – Ancient Mysteries: Voodoo • Network: A&E Television • Producer: FilmRoos • Team Role: Field Producer (Haiti)
  • 1996 Aurora – Investigative Reports: Red Light Districts • Network: A&E Television • Producer: 44 Blue Productions • Team Role: Cameraman (Cuba, L.A.)
  • 1994 Cable Ace Nomination – World of Wonder • Network: Discovery Channel • Producer: GRB Entertainment • Team Role: Field Producer-Writer (Singapore, India, Morocco)

Cory Kays

Cory Kays is an award-winning actor from Nixa, Missouri who fully devotes himself to bringing characters to life on screen. He credits events in his life and personal experiences for ultimately leading him to a career in the film industry. Cory strives to positively impact the life of at least one viewer through each of his performances.
Early on, Cory landed the lead role of Jack in 'Looking For Andrew'. This began a domino effect which led to leading roles as Brad in 'Straight Edge Kegger', John Steel in 'Drafted 2035', Duncan Cook in 'Lily Is Here', Ned Pearson in ‘Timbertown’, and Erik Black in 'Prodigy' - a performance in which he was nominated 'Best Lead Actor'. He was nominated 'Best Lead Actor' twice again for his performance in 'Straight Edge Kegger'. Many of these titles are set to release throughout 2019 and 2020. His past works include NBC's 'Disappeared', REELZ 'National Enquirer Investigates', 'The Substitute', 'Til Death Do Us Part', 'Victim', 'The Price of Fame', and more.

Other Films:

2019 Just Lie Here
2019 The Price of Fame (TV Series) 
2019 Reese Witherspoon
2018 Exhausted and Confused (Short)
2018 Someone Else's Hero (Short)
2018 Karaoke Knights
2017 Sloan
2017 The Substitute (Short)
2017 Drafted 2035
2017 Disappeared (TV Series documentary)
2017 Lost Angel
2017 American Gothic
2017 Hidden Inside (Short)
2017 National Enquirer Investigates (TV Series)
2017 Charles Manson
2017 Growing Up Again (Short)
2017 Growing Up (Short)
2017 Pregnancy Problems (Short)
2016 Christmas Morning (Short)
2016 Clara & Grace (TV Series)

Ariel Kelly

Dominican Christian rapper, inspired by the genre of Rap & Reggaeton.The album, “Asaltante” takes him to travel over 15 countries around the world to preach the word of God and proclaim the Gospel of Christ. He also received a nomination in “Premios Galardon (2013),” which are one of the most prestigious Christian award recognition in the Dominican Republic.