Film Participants

About St. Katherine's Day School

Saint Katherine Day School is a school of special education that serves students aged four and a half to 21 years old, with cognitive, neurological, and multiple impairments. The main campus, located in Wynnewood, offers both Life Skills and Autism programs. The high school program, located in Radnor at Archbishop John Carroll High School, offers a Life Skills program, which includes functional academics and vocational training.

St. Katherine Day School is the only Archdiocesan school that provides programming for students with neurological and multiple impairments. It chose to meet these needs because of its deep belief and respect for the dignity of all of God’s people. For more information, visit



Pennsylvania Ballet II is a program for young dancers who are just beginning their professional careers. The “second company” dancers receive intensive daily instruction and fine-tuning from the Pennsylvania Ballet artistic staff, and rehearse and perform with the main company for all of Pennsylvania Ballet's larger productions.
Pennsylvania Ballet II also complements Pennsylvania Ballet’s existing outreach and education program, Community Engagement. Initiated in February 2002 through the generosity of founding donors Joyce and Herbert Kean, the program enables Pennsylvania Ballet to greatly expand the scope and depth of its outreach effort through theater and non-theater-based performances at Philadelphia-area schools and other small venues. For more about Pennsylvania Ballet II, visit


About Director Glenn HoLsten

Glenn Holsten is a documentary storyteller who creates human-driven films, from the arts to the sciences. Glenn is a recipient of a Pew Fellowship in the Arts, an Independence Foundation Fellowship in the Arts, and a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowship. He was awarded silver and gold awards from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting for innovative television production. He also was honored with sixteen Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards. A collection of his work was exhibited in the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s 20th Century Video Gallery.


About FreshFly Productions

FreshFly is an award-winning film production company based in Philadelphia and Los Angeles. The company specializes in documentaries and documentary-style commercial work with a bold, human touch. FreshFly has brought its authentic and compelling storytelling abilities to its work with clients such as the University of Pennsylvania, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, the NFL, Campbell’s, PBS and Twitter. The company was awarded with multiple ADDY and Telly awards. Most recently, the trailer for FreshFly’s current work-in-progress, the documentary Threshold, won a 2017 Gold ADDY Award. For more information, visit