Susan Dynner is currently producing the documentary film, "Life After Porn". "Punk's Not Dead", a documentary film she directed, shot and produced, received critical acclaim on the festival circuit, followed by a theatrical run and is now available on DVD. Dynner co-produced "Brick", winner of the Special Jury Prize for Originality of Vision at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival. It was released by Focus Features in 2006. Prior to "Brick" she worked for Charlie Sheen and Nick Casavettes' Ventura Films as VP of Creative Affairs, before leaving to join Steve Herzberg as a Producer and VP of Development/Production for Prairiefire Films. Dynner began her career working for Richard Donner Productions, and then for Wolfgang Petersen's Radiant Productions. Currently, Susan Dynner's Aberration Films has several other projects in various stages of development. She starts production on the feature thriller, "iCapture", in January, 2009, followed by "Motherload" in April, 2009. She has also been hired to direct the feature narrative film, "Blank Nation".