A graduate of the University of Southern California's MFA Film Production Program, Crystal Page began making content professionally in 2003. Her most recent short film, My Homework Ate My Dog, has garnered a KIDS FIRST! Film Festival award and the praise of the NEA.
Having directed 16 shorts and produced over 50 promos, shorts, music videos and TV programs, including a limited TV series for CANtv. Crystal is the recipient of the Accolade of Excellence in Broadcasting for The Real Life a pilot which she directed and co-executive produced; she has been a finalist in Project Involve and a recipient of an Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences grant.
At present, Crystal works as an Associate Producer at Brave New Films. Most recently she's associate produced "Sick For Profit" and "16 Deaths Per Day." Along with her work at Brave New Films, Crystal is creating a number of new, fun, thought-provoking pieces for children and children-at-heart.