About new moon Films


A non-profit film company that creates humanitarian and altruistic films shining light into the darkness of the human experience to raise awareness about real-world problems and perhaps even help find solutions.

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Key personnel


Jaime Lynn Fusco is a New York City native who has been pioneering new, innovative and creative concepts for over two decades. At the age of 19, she owned a thriving Internet consulting business at the beginning and through the height of the Dot-com boom. She worked with Fortune 1000 companies transitioning them on to the World Wide Web for the first time. Concurrently, she launched an alternative informational news website and was a blogger before blogging existed. For the last 15 years, she’s been in the non-profit sector working with governmental, educational, civic, social, charitable, and religious organizations on projects ranging from directing and producing Live events, concerts, TV shows, short films, music videos, and new media in the U.S., Middle-East and Africa. These projects were in coordination with a wide range of collaborators across the social, business and government sectors as well as, in the media, film, and music industries such as MGM, NBC, Warner Brothers, TBN, and CBN. She also has an extensive background in communications, marketing, and promotions across all sectors and has had successful campaigns ranging from tourism, tech, retail, events, religious, media and film.


Melissa Lahti conceptualized and produced the Journeyman documentary Cat Island (5 stars on Amazon Prime). She also led a documentary series production following college sports traditions at dozens of Universities around the US, and has produced documentary commercial content for companies and nonprofits like Novartis, the YMCA, the MS Foundation, GE, and Ford. More recently she has been working for PBS on several projects for PBS kids including showrunning the new Nature Cat companion show Nature Crafts. She is also an ongoing periodic instructor with the DCA in Nigeria and across West Africa. 


Gabriel Paxton is a Los Angeles producer, director and coordinator. He brings a wealth of international travel experience having spent a significant portion of his life living abroad and documentary experience including an internationally produced documentary covering VANDU, a program in Vancouver designed to help people kick hard drugs. Gabriel is known for his calm under pressure, ability to execute under duress, and skills as a collaborator, macro-level strategist and mediator. 


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