Sogbots is an independent production company based in Echo Park, CA.  We are focused on community-building through filmmaking in Los Angeles.



Noah Morse is a director and photographer from Johnston, RI. He has directed and served as director of photography on numerous shorts and music videos including Mattress Express (Grand Prize New England Director’s Award at the Rhode Island International Film Festival), Freak Accident by Al Menne, Doing Fine by Eliza McLamb, and Bye Bye Buddy (Official Selection of the Rhode Island International Film Festival). His work has been featured in publications such as Variety, The Fader, Stereogum, Fashionista and The Film Desert.

Noah has worked with a number of organizations. Noah is a co-founder of sogbots and LA’s Rich and Successful Film Festival (RSFF), and currently serves as the Director of Development and Creative Director for RSFF. Most recently, he served as a volunteer at the Galaxy Theatre for the 50th Telluride Film Festival. Additionally, he worked as the assistant to Larry Charles on A24’s new film, DICKS: THE MUSICAL! and as the assistant to the head of the Literary Division at WME.

Noah is a graduate of George Washington University. He is also the best cook in the house and nobody will ever dispute it.

Dylan Trupiano is a director, writer and editor from Detroit, Michigan. He is one of the co-founders of sogbots and has served as director, writer and editor on numerous award-winning short films including BYE BYE BUDDY, (Official Selection of the Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film Festival) TRANSFERENCE (Official Selection of Ouray International Film Festival) and as a writer and producer on MATTRESS EXPRESS. In 2021, he alongside sogbots founded the LA’S RICH AND SUCCESSFUL FILM FESTIVAL, a film festival dedicated to building a community for up-and-coming LA filmmakers which received coverage by Variety. As an editor, he has worked for the Webby award-winning series 60 SECOND DOCS, Cadillac, Universal Studios and Citizen Watch. Recently, he was one of 50 directors from around the world selected for Playlab Films' Creators Lab, taught by Palme d'Or winner Apichatpong Weerasethakul.

Nir Liebenthal is a producer, actor, and writer from Boston/Milwaukee/Winnipeg/Israel. He currently works at Netflix Animation, having worked on two animated features coming out in 2022. Prior to Netflix, he worked at the Center for Scholars & Storytellers, a psychology lab at UCLA that does research on entertainment media.

Nir is a graduate of The George Washington University. He has a background in theatre and improv, likes to play (and watch) basketball, and indulges in long games of online chess.

Jeremy is an actor, writer, and producer originally from southeastern MA. He studied at Brown University where he was head of production with Brown Motion Pictures and a member of Ivy Film Festival's programming team. He’s held positions at Boston-based Canopy Films, Run for Cover Records, and the venture capital firm Loeb.NYC. As an actor, he’s appeared in over 9 films and 10 stage productions, including as a guest star in Netflix’s The Society and multi-season performer with Trinity Repertory Company. Along with film and performance, Jeremy is passionate about education, urban design, and perfecting his cacio e pepe recipe - a dish that (somehow) you can burn.
Jeremy is represented at Industry Entertainment.