Filmmakers

SKIP MOODY graduated from the Seattle Film Institute in 2006 where he studied directing and writing. He is also a graduate of the University of Washington where he majored in marketing, and also played football and ran track for the Huskies from 1995-1999. Skip was recently worked as an assistant director on the independent feature film "The Spy and the Sparrow." He has also produced and directed several corporate videos and other projects, including a documentary short on the human rights violations after Hurricane Katrina, which is currently in post-production. He is currently an associate minister of Victory Christian Assembly, where he translates spiritual principles into practical solutions.

LEN O'DONNELL has producing, directing, and writing credits on documentaries, feature films, network television series, and pilots for various studios and production companies, including Paramount, MGM, NBC, and Bravo. In addition to "Live To Forgive," he has recently produced two independent feature films. The feature documentary "on Native Soil," narrated by multiple Oscar winners Kevin Costner and Hilary Swank, was a semi-finalist for the 2005 Academy Award for best documentary feature. It was distributed by LionsGate and broadcast internationally on Showtime. After over 10 years in Hollywood, O'Donnell has returned to his hometown of Seattle to produce independent films through his company Veni Vidi Films.

DEAN SMITH founded Live To Forgive Ministries in 2007. His mission is to spread the message of forgiveness based on the Word of God and his own personal testimony around the world. He preaches powerful messages about love, grace, and reconciliation. Thousands of people have inspired to trust God with their unforgiveness and have been set free from its heavy burden as a result of his appearances in churches, television, and on the radio. He challenges Christians to stop overlooking the unforgiveness in their lives. His stories bring laughter and tears and encourage people to take the step of faith to release their bitterness and anger to God and trust his healing power.