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Vanessa Crocini
Vanessa Crocini is an Italian documentary filmmaker currently living in Los Angeles. She graduated in Film from University of Bologna after being an exchange student at University of California, Santa Barbara. After completing a Certificate Program in Entertainment Studies at UCLA, she developed her interest in documentaries. She wrote, directed and edited a documentary called The Night Belongs to Me about her neighbor Reggie and a web series for the Italian Bonsai TV called High School Love about the American teenage world and relationships in several Los Angeles high schools. Vanessa also directed and edited spec commercials for Current TV (G1 Phone, Axe, Nissan) and Google and worked in several film productions in Italy and Los Angeles. She worked as assistant director in Rwanda for The Consul’s List directed by the Italian filmmaker Alessandro Rocca. She contributes for several Italian film magazines and blogs (CineClandestino,, greenMe, Cineblog) with reviews, articles and interviews as the only US correspondent. Get Together Girls is her first feature length documentary, which was produced by Vasco Rossi, the most famous Italian rockstar, for whom she shot the music video Mary Luise.

Vasco Rossi
(executive producer)
Vasco Rossi (born 7 February 1952), also known as Vasco or with the nickname Il Blasco, is an Italian singer-songwriter. During his career, he has published 26 albums (not including unofficial releases) and has written over 150 songs, as well as lyrics for other artists. He is considered an icon in the Italian rock music history as well as a three different generation idol. In the year 2012 Vasco has been involved in producing projects such as Get Together Girls and an opera with all his music re-arranged just for the venue La Scala in Milan, making it the first time that rock music has been allowed in a classical music venue. Vasco Rossi has expressed the desire to donate his part of future profits from the documentary to the Get Together Girls Community Based Organization.

Monica Fischetti Palmieri Williams
Monica Fischettih-Palmieri Williams has been nominated to the Emmy Awards for a documentary series she directed and produced Builing Harmonies – Frank Floyd Wright in the South West for PBS (nominated for best writing and best documentary).
She is part of the NATA (National Academy of Television and Sciences) since 1996.
Recipient of the C.A.S.E Award (Council for Advancement and Support of Education).
Series editor of Colores (National Emmy winner for Best Series Cultural Affairs PBS).
Editor of The Tehuacan Project (2007) with Adrian Brody, directed by Andrew Lauer.
Monica currently lives and works in Los Angeles.

Adam Hochstatter
(music composer)
Adam Hochstatter is a composer, producer, conductor, and arranger specializing in film, television, and video games. Born in Fargo, North Dakota, Adam started playing piano at age 11, bassoon at age 13, and began composing at age 16. Influenced by a wide variety of jazz, classical, and contemporary music at a young age, Adam’s music quickly became unique and intriguing. He continued to develop his music skills during his undergraduate work at Concordia College in Moorhead Minnesota, where he received his Bachelor of Music degree in Composition. After completing his Bachelor’s degree, Adam decided to pursue his passion for film music outside of his home town. Knowing his music evoked imagery and a deep sense of emotion, he attended the Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television Program at the Thornton School of Music at the University of Southern California. There he studied with distinguished composers such as Emmy-Award winner Bruce Broughton, Jack Smalley, Christopher Young, and Mike Reagan.
Within his first year in Los Angeles, Adam has recorded and conducted his music at the Clint Eastwood Scoring Stage at Warner Brothers Studios , Jim Henson Studios, Eastwest Studios Scoring Stage, the Village Recorder, and the Steven Spielberg Scoring Stage. He has met and worked with several film composers such as Thomas Newman, Michael Giacchino, Danny Elfman, Alan Silvestri, John Powell, Harry Gregson Williams, Edward Shearmur, Mike Reagan, and Theodore Shapiro.