1. Leslie Sullivan, Director

    Leslie Sullivan has been the executive producer for two independent films, The Other Olympians and Because the Dawn. Funded by Canon, The Other Olympians focuses on physically disabled athletes and gained critical acclaim through its screening on PBS in 1989. Because the Dawn was shown at the Berlin and Toronto Film Festivals in 1988, and has become a cult favorite at independent art house theaters. From 1991 until 2001, Sullivan also served as the director of development for Poets House, a national literary center and poetry archive founded by U.S. Poet Laureate Stanley Kunitz. A Touch of Greatness is her directorial debut.

  2. Catherine Gund, Producer

    Catherine Gund’s acclaimed documentary work includes Emmy-nominated A Touch of Greatness (Independent Lens 2005), Making Grace, Hallelujah!, On Hostile Ground, and others which have aired on the Sundance Channel, PBS, and in theatrical release.