About Haxan Films
Despite worldwide renown (notoriety?) for The Blair Witch Project
, Haxan Films remains simply the creative shingle for the projects of...
was born in Colón, Cuba in 1968 and lived in Spain and New York before his family settled in Montgomery County, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, D.C. He studied Television Production at Montgomery College in Rockville, MD and received his BA in Motion Picture Production from the University of Central Florida in 1994. Eduardo has been making films since he was 16-years old, including the award-winning independent feature Gabriel's Dream
, which he shot in 1991 for $3,000. In addition to co-writing, co-editing, and co-directing The Blair Witch Project
, he designed and built the original BlairWitch.com website. Eduardo lives with his wife, Stefanie, their three children, Bianca, Lucas and Lennon, and a ridiculously large Star Wars collection in Urbana, Maryland.
was born in Selma, Alabama but his hometown is really Henderson, Kentucky. One collegiate year at Western Kentucky University full of theater, ballerinas and tequila somehow led to four years in the Army. After serving in the Special Forces, he moved to Orlando, Florida where he went to film school at both Valencia Community College and the University of Central Florida. He worked as a set dresser and prop man on features and TV shows in Orlando and LA for ten years before producing The Blair Witch Project
in 1999. Gregg was honored to receive the Nova Award as outstanding new producer from the Producer’s Guild of America for his work on that film. Gregg co-created the television series Freakylinks
for Fox Television and produced the show’s website which is still one of the most extensive transmedia works ever presented on the Internet. Gregg has directed a number of award-winning regional and national television commercials. His first (and only, so far) feature film as director, Say Yes Quickly
, played in film festivals nationwide in 2005 and won Best Feature at the IndieMemphis festival. In addition to his film work, he is one of the founders and Executive Creative Directors at Campfire, one of the ad industry’s leaders in transmedia and online advertising.
is a filmmaker, television producer, and Internet entrepreneur. One of the producers of The Blair Witch Project
, he is the recipient of the Nova Award from the Producers Guild of America, the Independent Spirit Award from the Independent Feature Project, the Prix de Jeuvenes from the Cannes Film Festival, and the Professional Achievement Award from the University of Central Florida. Cowie has been the principal executive in three start-up companies that he grew from $0 in profit to multi-millions in profit. At Haxan Films, he has participated in the production of two television series, the creation of 5 feature films, and numerous Internet projects. During his career, he has created branding and marketing promotions for Disney, Nickelodeon, helped launch The Golf Channel, and produced hundreds of television commercials.
brings 16 years of experience in Video, Television and Feature Film production to Haxan. Graduating with Honors from the prestigious NYU Film School, Andy has served in the capacity of Production Manager for one of America's most watched Soap Operas. As both Editor and Post Production Supervisor, Andy has worked with the Tier 1 advertising agencies' such as BBDO, J Walter Thompson, and Saatchi & Saatchi. With an Emmy award for Editing, Andy has been a sought after talent for all areas of creative Television Advertising and Feature Film Post Production. In 1994, Andy co-founded America's Interactive Production Network, which produced a nationally syndicated Job Search Television show. After only its 2nd year of production, the show received 3 Telly's and 2 Regional Emmy awards. In 1996, while working with NFL Films as a creative editor, Andy was lead editor for the entire AT&T "All Around The World" Advertising Campaign, while simultaneously completing an Emmy Award winning episode from Inside the NFL, featuring Mike Utley. Andy holds Feature Film Credits for 4 Full Length Motion Pictures, 22 Direct Response Infomercials, and over 190 Nationally Broadcast Ad Spots. In 2000, Andy started his first eCommece Web Site, leading to an electronic Information Product which quickly became a best seller in the Internet Marketing Community. Since 2000, Andy has owned and operated 30 eCommerce web sites with revenues in the 7-figure range.