Stephanie Black, Producer
Stephanie Black’s filmography includes the feature-length documentary H-2 Worker, which won both Best Documentary and Best Cinematography at the 1990 Sundance Film Festival. The film was selected to be the U.S. representative in the prestigious Semaine de la Critique (Critics Week) at Cannes and won festival awards including the John Grierson Award at the American Film and Video Festival in 1991 and the Special Gold Jury Award at the Houston Film Festival 1991. Black was chief researcher and second-unit director for Incident at Oglala. Recently she directed eight episodes of Being Bobby Brown, a reality show broadcast on Bravo in the summer of 2005. She also produced and directed Africa Unite!, a documentary on Bob Marley’s 60th birthday celebration held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.