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Co-Director/Cinematographer

Jennifer GilomenJEN GILOMEN is Director of Public Media Strategies at the Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC). Her 2005 documentary In My Shoes: Stories of Youth with LGBT Parents won the Audience Award for Best Short at the Frameline Film Festival and is now distributed to classrooms and communities nationwide. In 2007, she was the Director of Photography for Delta Rising , a feature length documentary about the blues starring Morgan Freeman and several well-known blues musicians. Her films have screened in the U.S., Mexico, Brazil, France, England, New Zealand, Canada, Australia, Spain, and Italy.

Co-Director/Editor

Sally RubinSALLY RUBIN is a documentary filmmaker and editor based in Los Angeles. Her career has included films for PBS's Frontline, POV, Independent Lens, and American Experience series, as well as several other Sundance and Slamdance favorites, such as WGBH's Africans in America (1996), and David Sutherland's award-winning The Farmer's Wife (1998). In addition, Rubin was the Associate Producer of Sutherland's recent smash-hit, the 6-hour Frontline special Country Boys (2006). Her film The Last Mountain (2004) has aired on regional PBS stations, and Cut (2003) is used in universities across the country. She co-edited the fall 2006 release Iraq for Sale (2006), directed by Robert Greenwald, and three episodes of the ACLU's Freedom Files , Executive Produced by Greenwald.

Executive Producers

DAVID SUTHERLAND, Executive Producer, is a critically acclaimed filmmaker whose series The Farmer's Wife and Country Boys were seen by over 30 million PBS viewers.

NANCY GOLDEN, Co-Executive Producer, has a lifelong commitment to protect the environment for this and future generations, with over thirteen years of experience directing fundraising campaigns focused on national and international environmental issues. She currently serves as Development Director for NRDC’s Southern California and Western regions.

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