Patricia Bury Salier and Edward Salier are a wife/husband creative team who write, direct, and produce documentary shorts with historical themes.

Patricia Bury Salier and Edward Salier, husband and wife film creative team named Prospect and Gold pictures

Patricia Bury Salier is a Brooklyn-raised, Los Angeles-based, writer and director.  Her romance novels, "The Sex Test," "The Honeymoon House," "The Love Twin," and "Non-Refundable Groom," were published and distributed world-wide by Harlequin Books.  Her short stories and articles were published in national men's and women's magazines.  She wrote and directed the documentary short, “The Spirit of Lady Moody,” winning the Platinum Remi Award at the Worldfest-Houston International Film Festival; Award of Excellence at the Docs Without Borders Film Festival; and Honorable Mention at the Nassau Film Festival.  She wrote and co-directed the documentary short, “Progress,” which won the Award of Excellence at the Docs Without Borders Film Festival and was a Finalist at the Miami Short Film Festival.  She wrote and directed the documentary short, "Artist Unknown," which was selected for the Montecatini International Short Film Festival in Italy and the Ojai Film Festival in Southern California, and won an Award for Excellence at the Best Shorts Competition.  She wrote and directed the short film, "Special Arrangements," which won the Certificate of Merit at the Ogeechee International History Film Festival, and was an Official Selection at Indie Vegas Film Festival, New York City Independent Film Festival, New Filmmakers New York, and Chinatown International Film Festival.

Edward Salier is an Emmy nominated television editor. He edited the television shows: Amazing Race, The Bachelor, the original Beverly Hills, 90210, NCIS, and NCIS Los Angeles.  He produced and edited the documentary short, “The Spirit of Lady Moody,” which won the Platinum Remi Award at the WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival.  He co-directed, produced, and edited the documentary short, “Progress,” which won the Award of Excellence at the Docs Without Borders Film Festival, and was a Finalist at the Miami Short Film Festival.  He produced and edited the documentary short, “Artist Unknown,” which was selected for the Montecatini International Short Film Festival in Italy and the Ojai Film Festival in Southern California, and won an Award for Excellence at the Best Shorts Competition.  He produced and edited the short film, "Special Arrangements," which won the Certificate of Merit at the Ogeechee International History Film Festival, and was an Official Selection at Indie Vegas Film Festival, New York City Independent Film Festival, New Filmmakers New York, and Chinatown International Film Festival.