CAST & CREW
For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved animals and wanted to help them. To me they’re just like us. When I was a kid, my dad taught me how to help baby birds that had fallen out of their nests and to use a Dixie cup to catch bugs in the house and put them outside – something I do to this day. I became a vegetarian when I was nine and discovered where lamb chops and chicken nuggets came from. I was horrified – but even I was completely in the dark about what goes on at factory farms until about 6 years ago.
"Baby Hers" is my attempt to create awareness about one of the best kept secrets of the dairy industry, and help billions of mothers and babies who are suffering daily but have no voice of their own.
Most people don’t want to learn this sad truth, I certainly didn’t. But not knowing something doesn’t stop it from happening. I believe it’s up to all of us to speak for the voiceless, and demand that all living beings are treated with empathy and respect – even those who walk on four legs and can’t say the word “no.” One of the easiest ways to do that is by shopping compassionately. Choose local and nondairy options whenever you can. And learn about the amazing plant-based alternatives available – they’re delicious and cruelty-free.
For more info, I encourage people to see the links on our "Resources" page, and to visit the Instagram account @howtoditchdairy for surprisingly delicious dairy alternatives.
~ Susan Rosenzweig
Director, Writer, Producer
Susan is a writer/director who is passionate about anything that has the power to help others – especially those with no voice of their own. She is also an award-winning creative director with over 20 years of experience in all kinds of advertising and marketing: TV, print, digital, social media, blog writing, and content creation. Clients have included U.S. Air Force, Dove, Hershey, Wal-Mart, Clearasil and Volvo at top advertising agencies like Ogilvy & Mather, R/GA, Havas, and GSD&M.
After 17 years in New York City, Susan made the move to Austin, TX to use her powers of persuasion as a creative director on social causes like drunk driving prevention, water conservation, and animal rights. And to enjoy the southern hospitality, sunshine, and vegan breakfast tacos. This is her first independent film.
Jason Uson, an award-winning editor, has worked on commercials, online content, films, and documentaries for such clients as Dell Technologies, Zales, Southwest Airlines, Nike, Budweiser, and Walgreens, More recently, he cut a campaign for Alienware, directed by Tony Kaye.
Along his notable career as an editor, Uson has garnered numerous Addy, Effie, CLIO, and AICE awards and nominations. He is also a member of the Motion Pictures Editors Guild.
Uson launched his career at Rock Paper Scissors, where he spent four years learning the craft from editors, including Bee Ottinger and Angus Wall. He then freelanced at top Los Angeles companies, including Lost Planet, Spot Welders, and Nomad, and worked with some of the industry’s most talented editors in broadcast and film, including Hank Corwin, Pamela Martin, and Tom Muldoon, among others.
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Color Post Production