Erica Scharf, Producer/Director
Erica Scharf has spent much of her career in documentary film and television. She is currently editing the documentary television show, The Shift, airing on Investigation Discovery. In 2008, Scharf spent six months on location in Dallas, TX, shooting and producing A&E’s documentary television show, The First 48. She has also edited eight episodes of The First 48. She began her career as an associate producer for Worlds Apart (NGC), a verite travel program. She directed and edited Marnee: A Garage Sale Retrospective, which won first place at Movie Making Madness 2005, and edited City (Best Short Film at the 2007 Aspen Shortsfest). Other credits include SWAT (A&E), Miami Ink (TLC), and Last Seen Alive (Discovery). In 2005, Scharf was the assistant editor on God Grew Tired of Us, directed by Christopher Quinn (21 Up America) and winner of the Grand Jury Prize and Audience Award at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival. Scharf is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and has a B.F.A. in Film and Television.
Christina King, Producer
Christina King’s body of work spans news, documentary, and film. After producing broadcast news in her home state of Oklahoma, King went on to associate produce the documentaries Election Day (PBS), Bad Blood, and human-rights projects for the ACLU. Recently, she line-produced We Shall Remain: Tecumseh’s Vision directed by Chris Eyre and Ric Burns. King also field produced segments of Capitalism: A Love Story, directed by Michael Moore. She is executive producer of the production company Peking, and is currently developing Sean Decker’s book, My Pet Virus, into a feature. A Native American of Creek/Seminole/Sac & Fox descent, King has a B.A. in Film Studies and Mass Communication from the University of Tulsa.