Regina Austin
Regina Austin is a leading authority on economic discrimination and minority legal feminism. Her work on the overlapping burdens of race, gender, and class oppression, recognized for its insight and creativity, has been widely reprinted. She is also director of the Penn Program on Documentaries &...
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Robert Bookman
Robert Bookman has been a senior motion picture literary and director's agent at Creative Artists Agency since 1986 and is a partner in the agency. Prior to that, he was executive vice-president, production at Columbia Pictures, vice-president in charge of production at ABC Motion Pictures, and...
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Craig Duff
Craig Duff is an award-winning video journalist and documentary television director, producer and writer. He is currently the director of multimedia for TIME.com, where he oversees video and podcasts, trains reporters in the use of video, and produces his own work as the magazine expands its...
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Alex Gibney
Alex Gibney is the writer, producer and director of the 2006 Oscar-nominated film, ENRON: The Smartest Guys in the Room, which also received the Independent Spirit Award and the WGA Award. Gibney has just finished producing Herbie Hancock: Possibilities, a film about the jazz legend’s collaboration...
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Abby Ginzberg
Abby Ginzberg has been producing and directing award-winning documentary films since 1983. Her work has focused on character-driven stories, racial and gender discrimination and social justice issues, and has been shown in film/video festivals and broadcast on public television networks nationally and internationally. Her most recent...
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Sabrina Gordon
Sabrina Schmidt Gordon has been committed to cultural and social issues documentary filmmaking for over a decade. Her editing debut garnered an Emmy for WGBH's Greater Boston Arts series, and she has continued to distinguish herself as both a producer and editor through her work on...
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David Harris
Professor David Harris is Distinguished Faculty Scholar at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, where he teaches Criminal Procedure, Criminal Law, Evidence, and advanced courses in criminal justice policy and homeland security. Professor Harris is the leading national authority on racial profiling, and he studies...
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Simon Kilmurry
Simon Kilmurry joined American Documentary | POV in 1999 and was appointed executive director in 2006. His prior positions include chief operating officer and managing director. As executive director Kilmurry oversees all aspects of American Documentary’s programs and operations including the production of POV, PBS’s award-winning...
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Kalyanee Mam
Kalyanee Mam, is a filmmaker and lawyer seeking to engage her experiences in human rights and the law to create documentaries that are both captivating and inspiring. Kalyanee is currently Director, Producer, and Director of Photography for Land/Water/Rain, a documentary that traces the social and environmental...
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Joan Mandell
Joan Mandell is a Detroit-based documentary film producer and educator. She is currently working for the Arab American National Museum as Community Curator; and producing a film on Detroit area beekeepers. Her New Day titles are: Tales from Arab Detroit; Voices in Exile: Immigrants and the...
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Alastair Onglingswan
Alastair Onglingswan is a serial entrepreneur, having successfully created, financed and launched the award-winning social enterprise company, GreenSoul Shoes and two online technology companies, bCorner.com, PinoyDolyar.com, and a real estate company, Ong8, LLC. Before starting these ventures, Alastair was an attorney specializing in structured finance at...
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Socheata Poeuv
Socheata Poeuv is the CEO of Khmer Legacies, an organization whose mission is to create a video archive about the Cambodian genocide. Khmer Legacies has a goal of videotaping thousands of testimonies of Cambodian survivors by having the younger generation interview the older generation. She was...
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Rebecca Richman Cohen
Rebecca Richman Cohen is an award-winning filmmaker and a law school graduate with experience in international human rights and criminal defense.  In law school she interned as an investigator at the Bronx Defenders and continued to do investigative work at the Special Court for Sierra Leone,...
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Dave Saldana
Dave Saldana is an attorney and an Emmy Award-winning journalist.  His legal work focuses on civil rights and labor law, while his news career has spanned print, broadcast and online media.  He has also served as communications director for United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers of...
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Lacey Schwartz
Lacey A. Schwartz is a media and outreach producer and director with deep experience working for and consulting with a variety of different companies and nonprofit organizations. She is a Principal at Be Media LLC, a media and consulting company that creates innovative solutions to social...
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Nabiha Syed
Nabiha Syed is an activist, lawyer, and writer dedicated to global freedom of information issues. As a Marshall Scholar, she is currently pursuing a degree in the Program for Comparative Media Law and Policy at Oxford University. Her work focuses on information transparency movements in the...
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Lee Wang
Lee Wang is an award-winning filmmaker and video journalist. Her work has appeared in film festivals around the world and on MSNBC, CNN, CURRENT TV, PBS.org, Newsweek.com and the NYTimes.com. Her documentary, SOMEONE ELSE'S WAR, won the 2007 Student Visionary Award at the Tribeca Film Festival...
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Frederick Wiseman
Frederick Wiseman has made 37 documentaries and 2 fiction films.  Among his documentaries are Titicut Follies, Welfare, Public Housing, Near Death, La Comédie Française ou l'Amour Joué, and La Danse—Le Ballet de l'Opéra de Paris.  His documentaries are dramatic, narrative films that seek to portray the...
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