Lane Janger (Producer)
Besides I Think I Do, Janger has produced two other feature films. The first of these was Columbia's critically acclaimed I Like It Like That, which earned four 1995 Spirit Award nominations and won the 1995 New York Film Critic's Award for Best New Director. Janger's latest feature, Fools Gold, just finished principal photography in Austin, Texas.

In addition to Janger's work as a Producer, he has also had two short films play at the Sundance Film Festival. His most recently completed short, which he wrote, directed, and starred in, "Just One Time," played at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival and is currently playing before the Golden Globe-winning film Ma Vie En Rose in Canada. It is slated for domestic release this fall as part of Strand's Boy's Life series.

Janger's first Sundance short, "Cooking Tandoori Chicken," the story of a young boy taunted by a female bully, screened on television and was honored with several grand prize and audience awards at festivals worldwide.

Janger is the co-founder of two New York based independent film companies, Sauce Entertainment and Think Again Productions, where he has produced and/or directed over 40 music videos, documentaries, PSAs and commercials. Janger received his MFA in filmmaking from NYU in 1991.

Brian Sloan (Writer/Director)
Brian made his first film as an undergraduate at Boston College in 1987. "House of Pain" was an 11 minute, Super-8 horror movie that cost $63 to produce. He made a total of five shorts at B.C. and, in May of 1988, graduated with a major in English and a minor in Film. Brian moved to New York in the fall of 1989 to attend NYU's graduate film program. In 1991 his 15 minute short "Shall We Dance" received a completion grant from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as well as the award for best actor at NYU's 50th Annual Film Festival. The film's public festival premiere was at FilmfestDC where it opened for The Lost Language of Cranes at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington.

In the summer of 1992, Brian began production on his graduate thesis project, a 27 minute film about the sexual adventures of a teenage lifeguard called "Pool Days." Since its premiere at the San Francisco International Gay/Lesbian Film Festival in June of 1993, "Pool Days" has screened at more than 50 film festivals worldwide, from New England to New Zealand, including the prestigious Sundance Film Festival and New Directors/New Films at MOMA. Working with Strand Releasing, Brian helped assemble a package of three short films (including "Pool Days") around the theme of teenagers coming out. In 1994-1995, the Boy's Life anthology screened in more than 50 U.S. cities, breaking box office records at theatres in Los Angeles, New York, and Atlanta.

Brian also writes short fiction, with work published in NYQ, Vice, QW, New Ink, Christopher Street, and Genre magazines. He's also had stories published in the anthologies Not The Only One (Alyson Publications, 1995) and Man of My Dreams (Chronicle Books, 1996) and Men on Men 7 (Dutton/Signet, 1998). He is currently editing a collection of short stories which will be published later this year and working on his newest film, a high school comedy called Sluts!