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Season Two, Directors’ Corner | Stalker Chronicles

Galeit Sehayek, Director

“On the Porch,”
Stalker Chronicles Chapter Four

Galeit Sehayek is a graduate of Drama at Ithaca College and a native New Yorker. She likes to create things in… theatre, cartoons, film, or sculptures made out of toilet paper and elmer’s glue. Joined with two friends from college, Galeit is part of a directing team titled, Monkey in a Tree on a Wave. The team currently has a show in the making. As an actor, she can be seen in the films Waltzing Anna, Buzzkill and the Showtime show, The United States of Tara.



Coby Garfield, Director

“Return to Sender,”
Stalker Chronicles Chapter Five

With over 13 years in the camera department, Coby can keep in-laws and distant cousins on the edge of their seat with tales of traveling the globe on lavish productions with big name stars. However, the story told most often (when his wife can’t fall asleep) is about the dozens of different types of adhesive tape used in the motion picture industry. Riveting stuff, and it works every time.
When awake, they photograph weddings together, and Coby continues his work in cinema.
Return to Sender is his directorial debut.


Jamie Lou Moniz, Director

“Red Wire,”
Stalker Chronicles Chapter Six

Jamie’s directing credits include Polterguys, a semi-scripted mockumentary about paranormal investigators, and Pants on Fire, an independent pilot featuring a psychiatrist who is also a pathological liar. She wrote and produced the short film, Intrepid Nothing, which was in the 2009 Dances with Films Festival in Los Angeles. Her webseries, Polly & Posey screened at the 2009 Feel Good Film Festival. She co-founded the online sketch comedy group, Cacklepops, for which she is also a head writer. Her Los Angeles producing debut, Illusions, A Night of One Act Plays, featured Christopher Durang’s The Actor’s Nightmare and Israel Horovitz’s It’s Called the Sugarplum, which she also starred in. The show was deemed “outstanding” by the NoHo LA.


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