Sally Rosenthal

SALLY ROSENTHAL Sally Rosenthal is an award-winning documentary television producer and director, focusing primarily on performing arts history. She produced the six-part PBS series Broadway: The American Musical (2004), for which she won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Nonfiction Series, as well as the Emmy-nominated six-part PBS series Make

Julia Reichert

JULIA REICHERT Julia Reichert & Steven Bognar are the Ohio-based, Oscar®-award-winning documentary filmmakers’ work has received numerous accolades and screened at top film festivals and on HBO, PBS, and Netflix. Their most recent film, American Factory 美国工厂, debuted at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, where they earned Best Director for

Julia Marchesi

JULIA MARCHESI Julia Marchesi is a director and producer of documentary films for broadcast television. She has worked on a variety of projects for PBS that explored race, ethnicity and immigration in American history (Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr., The Italian Americans), and more recently she has

Melissa Hazlip

MELISSA HAZLIP Melissa Hazlip is an award-winning filmmaker born in Boston and raised in the US Virgin Islands, Connecticut and New York. Melissa is the 2016 Artist in Residence at the National Black Programming Consortium, and participated in the 2015 NALIP ARC Diverse Women In Media Residency. She is a

Asaf Galay

ASAF GALAY Asaf Galay has directed and researched award-winning documentaries for Israeli television, including a series on Israeli humor (In the Jewish Land, 2005), a series on the history of Tel Aviv-Jaffa (Tel Aviv-Jaffa, 2007), and a feature film on the Israeli national poet Nathan Alterman (Sentimentality Allowed, 2012), which

Jason Cohn

JASON COHN Jason Cohn is the Peabody award-winning director, producer and writer of “EAMES: The Architect and the Painter”, which aired on PBS American Masters in December 2011. He is co-producer with Camille Servan-Schreiber of Arwen Curry’s upcoming American Masters documentary, “Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin.” His 40-minute film

Elizabeth Coffman

ELIZABETH COFFMAN Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Elizabeth Coffman has produced and directed films about communities in crisis from Sarajevo to New Orleans.  Many of her films, such as Flannery, on Georgia writer Flannery O'Connor, co-directed with Fr. Mark Bosco, One More Mile with writer Aleksandar Hemon, Veins in the Gulf

Steven Bognar

STEVEN BOGNAR Steven Bognar & Julia Reichert are the Ohio-based, Oscar®-award-winning documentary filmmakers’ work has received numerous accolades and screened at top film festivals and on HBO, PBS, and Netflix. Their most recent film, American Factory 美国工厂, debuted at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, where they earned Best Director for

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