1. Fawn Ring, Producer

  2. Monica Lam, Producer

    Monica Lam is an Emmy-award winning filmmaker who has worked around the world. For the PBS series FRONTLINE/World, she followed a social entrepreneur's effort to transform the lives of poor children through music, examined whaling traditions in the North Atlantic and covered political tensions faced by Muslims in Xinjiang, China. She has documented the lives of Yanomami Indians in the Amazon, taken her camera into sweatshops in southern China, and explored the aftermath of apartheid in the Academy Award-nominated story of a South African photographer.

  3. David Petersen, Director

    David Petersen is an Academy Award-nominated director whose films are in the permanent collections of MoMA, the National Gallery, and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which heralded his film Let the Church Say Amen, as "one of the best documentaries of 2004." He's exhibited films at The Library of Congress, the Hirshhorn Museum, the Centre Georges Pompidou, and as an official selection at Sundance. He is an assistant professor in Media Culture at CUNY, Staten Island.