M.E. (Beth) Dolan – Writer/Producer A graduate of Carnegie-Mellon University School of Drama, Ms. Dolan began her writing/producing career in the New York theatre world. In the late 80's she mounted productions of her one-act series In Sickness And In Health at the Actors Information Project in Manhattan, and then her full-length play Gratitudes at Saint Paul's at Lincoln Center in Manhattan as well. Both productions were extremely well received by audiences and critics alike. Moving to Los Angeles, she made her transition from theatre to television, film and multi-media production. She worked on popular situation comedies such as Foley Square, Van Dyke, and most recently, Los Beltran an award-winning Spanish language comedy for Sony/Telemundo. For television her credits also include several movies-of-the-week for NBC, including A Family For Joe starring the late Robert Mitchum, as well as original series pilots, By Mutual Agreement and Beneath The News. In 2001, she and her writer/director husband, Luis Remesar, formed Coyote Pass Productions with the intention of producing all forms of media, including expanding into the independent film world. Their credits include the award-winning short film Out Of Order, nationally running commercials/PSA's, and the critically well-received documentary Regreso (Going Back). Currently, Luis and Beth produce the popular weekly podcast Being Deliberately on BlogTalk Radio, a program featuring the stories of inspired people doing inspiring things in the world.
Luis Remesar – Director/Producer Luis, a native of Havana, Cuba, is a graduate of Columbia University where he studied under both Andrew Sarris and Milos Forman. He began his directing career on the New York stage heading productions at the Provincetown Playhouse, The Fourth Wall Repertory Company and the No Smoking Playhouse, as well as Lincoln Center. Moving to Los Angeles, Luis continued his theatrical involvement by directing at the renown Groundlings Theater, as well as the Tiffany, while expanding his efforts into film and television. His television directing credits, among others, include The Robert Clary Show, The Judge and JTN News, as well as pilots for both Koda Productions and Oakridge Productions. Luis is also a WGA writer and served as a staff writer on the Sony/Telemundo hit series Los Beltran for two seasons. Luis served as Director of Television Production at Media One Television in Hollywood for over six years, and he's a certified Avid, Media 100 and Final Cut Pro editor and instructor. He's also a founding member of the Los Angeles Final Cut Pro Users Group. Luis has worked as an producer/editor for Galan Enterprises, Telemundo and Fox. His freelance clients include Pepsi, American Lung Association, Donovan Casting and Body by Jake. Luis has been honored by the Los Angeles City Council for his short film Out Of Order. And his bi-lingual public service announcement, Nobody Likes To Kiss An Ashtray, produced by his production company, Coyote Pass Productions, for the American Lung Association, won an International ACE award of merit, and to this day, continues to air domestically in both English and Spanish. His documentary, Regreso (Going Back) world-premiered at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival to standing ovations. Luis has been a faculty member at the Screen Actors Guild Conservatory in New York City, as well as the film and television department at UCLA
Beth and Luis have been evolving in a creative and life partnership for over twenty years. Having met as actors in the New York City theatre community, they eventually left the acting world and began to develop their skills as writers, directors, producers and editors. Relocating to Los Angeles, they formed Coyote Pass Productions where they began to nurture their own film projects, as well as provide outstanding production services for businesses of all sizes. From infomericals, to commercials, to PSA's, to industrials and training videos, they work closely with every client — from concept to delivery — to help them bring their product/service/mission to visual reality.