Bob Gale met Zemeckis while in USC. They both co wrote the Back To The Future Trilogy, Zemeckis' first two features, and more.
William Broyles Jr
Broyles had a fruitful collaboration with Zemeckis' most personal feature Castaway. Later he penned the director's first motion capture movie The Polar Express.
The main cinematograher during the first period of Zemeckis's career. He lighted all of the director's films from Romancing The Stone up until Death Becomes Her. His excellent work is also known from the collaboration he's had with John Carpenter.
Burgess became Zemeckis' second main Cinematographer after the director's long-time collaboration with Dean Cundey. Don Burgess has been the right hand of Zemeckis since Forrest Gump and up until Flight, with few exceptions along the way.
Donald M. Morgan
The Cinematographer who lighted the first two features of Zemeckis, I Wanna Hold Your Hand and Used Cars. Morgan is a veteran DP with a long history in Hollywood.
Another frequent collaborator of Zemeckis. He is the main Editor in all of his films up until Castaway.
Keramidas was co-editor in the Back To The Future Trilogy plus Zemeckis' Yellow.
JEREMIAH O' DRISCOLL
The newest entry in Zemeckis' editing team, Driscoll has been the main editor since The Polar Express.
Randy Thom's input is invaluable in shaping the sound panoramas of all Zemeckis' projects since Forrest Gump.