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Laura Nix, Director and Producer

Laura Nix is an independent filmmaker committed to exploring provocative characters and subject matter. She directed the documentary The Light In Her Eyes, about a Syrian Quran school for women, which premiered at IDFA in 2011, was broadcast on the series POV on PBS, and was included in Sundance’s Film Forward program. Other feature directing credits include the critically acclaimed fiction feature The Politics of Fur, which played in over 70 festivals internationally and won the Grand Jury Prize at Outfest, and the documentary Whether You Like It or Not: The Story of Hedwig, for New Line Cinema. Nix co-wrote the Emmy-nominated PBS doc California State of Mind: The Legacy of Pat Brown. Her nonfiction television work has appeared on HBO, IFC, Planet Green, and the History Channel. Based in Los Angeles, she’s currently developing a documentary feature about ballroom dancers in San Gabriel Valley, a predominantly Chinese suburb of Los Angeles, California.

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The Yes Men, Directors and Producers

Armed with nothing but quick wits and thrift store suits, the Yes Men impersonate big-time corporate criminals to draw attention to their crimes against humanity and the environment. Their outrageous satirical interventions at business events, on the internet, television, and in the streets form the basis of two award-winning feature documentaries, The Yes Men and The Yes Men Fix the World, festival favorites in Toronto, Berlin, SXSW and others. Their work has been shown in the Whitney Biennial, the Venice Biennale, ARS Electronica, and many other art exhibitions. They are the recipients of numerous awards, including Creative Time’s Leonore Annenberg Prize for Art and Social Change, Grierson Documentary Award, Berlinale Panorama Audience Award, the United Nations Association Film Festival Grand Jury Award, Best Documentary Award at HBO Comedy Arts Festival, and the Audience Award at the International Documentary Festival Amsterdam. They are the authors of several books, articles, and they lecture internationally on art and social change. They are the founders of a nonprofit, the Yes Lab, and the Action Switchboard, an online platform for generating real-life direct actions in the service of social movements.

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Ole Tornbjerg, Chili Film, Co-Producer

Since 2000, Tornbjerg has been working as a director and producer of TV documentaries and films about international issues. He has produced several prize-winning documentaries, including Blood in the Mobile, about conflict minerals in cell phones; Arif Hossein, ETV, Dhaka, about child workers in Bangladesh; and Diplomacy: The Responsibility to Protect, about the decision process of the UN Security Council in the Darfur case. Until 2000, Tornbjerg worked as a journalist for TV2 Denmark and DR (Danish Broadcasting Corporation). In 2007, he started his own production company, Chili Film.

Pieter van Huystee, Pieter van Huystee Film, Co-Producer

Pieter van Huystee founded his own production company in 1995 and has produced documentaries, feature films and single plays with well-known Dutch directors like Johan van der Keuken, Heddy Honigmann and Peter Delpeut. By combining daring with decisiveness, Pieter van Huystee Film has become one of the leading Dutch independent production companies, highly esteemed for the quality and wide range of its projects. In 1999 the distribution department Public Film was added, to release ‘Dutch Docs’ in local cinemas. Many van Huystee documentaries and features are screened at festivals all over the world, receiving many awards.

Rita Dagher, Señorita Films, Co-Producer

Dagher is an independent producer dedicated to the production of original, unique, and innovative feature films. Films she produced include Miss Julie, directed by Liv Ullmann; My Enemy’s Enemy, by Oscar-winner Kevin Macdonald; Terror’s Advocate, by Barbet Schroeder; and Pa-ra-da, by Marco Pontecorvo. She co-produced Oliver Stone’s Persona Non Grata, and was Associate Producer of Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11. She also served as Executive Producer of Chris Morris’s Four Lions, and Shadow Dancer directed by James Marsh. She worked from 2007 to 2012 as Head of Acquisition for the international sales arm of Wild Bunch. She is director of Senorita Films, Paris.

Julie Goldman, Motto Pictures, Co-Executive Producer

Julie Goldman is an Emmy Award-winning producer and executive producer of documentary feature films. She produced The Great Invisible, which won the SXSW Grand Jury Prize and was released by RADiUS TWC, and We Are the Giant, which premiered at Sundance. Julie is executive producer of two new films that premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, 3 ½ Minutes and Best of Enemies. She also executive produced The Kill Team and Art and Craft, both released by Oscilloscope and shortlisted for the Academy Award. Julie produced three films that premiered in the U.S. Documentary Competition at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival: Gideon’s Army, Manhunt and the Oscar-shortlisted God Loves Uganda. She produced A Place at the Table and the Oscar shortlisted Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry. Julie produced Buck, winner of the Sundance Documentary Audience Award, shortlisted for an Academy Award, and one of 2011’s top five grossing documentaries. Julie consulted on the Academy Award-winning The Cove and produced the Oscar-shortlisted Sergio.

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Christopher Clements, Motto Pictures, Co-Executive Producer

Christopher Clements is a writer, producer and partner in Motto Pictures. He was creative consultant for Best of Enemies, which premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. Christopher was Executive Producer of Art and Craft, directed by Sam Cullman and Jennifer Grausman, which was released by Oscilloscope and shortlisted for the 2015 Best Documentary Feature Academy Award. Christopher’s camera work was featured in Cindy Meehl’s Buck, which won the 2011 Sundance Film Festival’s Audience Award, and he was production/editorial consultant for Gideon’s Army, directed by Dawn Porter, which won the US Documentary Editing Award at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, and 1971, directed by Johanna Hamilton, which won the 2014 IDA ABCNews VideoSource Award.

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Christian Beetz, beetz brothers filmproduction, co-producer

Christian Beetz, author and CEO of beetz brothers filmproduction, is one of the leading documentary film producers in Germany. Under his leadership, beetz brothers filmproduction has realised more than 120 high-quality documentaries for the international market, which compete regularly at all major international film festivals and have won numerous prestigious awards, including three German Grimme Awards, an Oscar nomination in 2013, and a nomination for the International Emmy® Award in 2014. The focus of beetz brothers’ documentary output is in the fields of culture, history and society. Productions range from feature-film and television documentaries to docudramas, TV-series and cross-media formats.

Adam McKay, Executive Producer

McKay is a writer, director, and producer whose credits include Anchorman, Talladega Nights, Step Brothers, The Other Guys, The Campaign, and most recently, Anchorman: The Legend Continues. His upcoming projects include Undroppable, a documentary that tackles the dropout rate in our schools. McKay is a former head writer of Saturday Night Live and one of the founding members of the Upright Citizens Brigade. Other credits include writing for Michael Moore’s show The Awful Truth and co-founding the comedy website Funny or Die with Will Ferrell. McKay also produces HBO’s hit comedy series Eastbound and Down, now in its fourth season, through his and Ferrell’s company, Gary Sanchez Productions. In 2009 he took to the stage, directing the Tony nominated Broadway show You’re Welcome America: A Final Night with George W. Bush.

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Alan Hayling, Executive Producer

Alan Hayling is an established documentary film producer and commissioner who has been working in the field since the early 1970s. Alan was Head of Documentaries at BBC Television from 2004-2006, and spent ten years as a Commissioning Editor in Channel 4’s documentary department from 1991 until 2001. Among the documentaries that Hayling initiated and executive produced himself at the BBC is the multi award-winning documentary Children of Beslan and the innovative and funny documentary series Mischief. At Channel 4 he worked closely with Michael Moore, commissioning his hit film Bowling for Columbine and his series The Awful Truth. Hayling also executive produced The Yes Men Fix the World.

Alex Cooke, Executive Producer

Alex Cooke is a documentary filmmaker and the co-founder and Chief Executive of Renegade Pictures. Among her films are Closing Guantanamo, about Obama’s failed promise to close Guantanamo within a year of taking office, The Governator, about Arnold Schwarzenegger’s first run for Governor of California, and the series Only in America. Prior to directing and founding Renegade, Alex was the programmer of the Sheffield Documentary Festival and a film editor.

Søren B. Ebbe, Editor

Five times nominated and twice winning the Robert Festival Award for Editing (Danish equivalent of an Oscar), Ebbe’s latest collaboration with Ole Christian Madsen, Superclasico, made the short list for best foreign language film in the 2012 Academy Awards; in addition, he’s just finished series three of the hugely popular The Killing, and the documentary The War Campaign.

Claire Chandler, Editor

Chandler’s recent credits include editor of the feature documentary California State of Mind: The Legacy of Pat Brown (dir. Sascha Rice), which aired nationally on PBS; associate producer and associate editor on The Light in Her Eyes (dir. Laura Nix/Julie Meltzer), which broadcast on POV; assistant editor on The Loving Story (dir. Nancy Buirski); and assistant editor on the festival hit The Yes Men Fix the World (dirs. Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno).

Geraud Brisson, Editor

Geraud Brisson’s narrative and documentary work has been shown at Sundance, where Big Sur and Camp X-Ray premiered in 2013 and 2014, Telluride with The Road of the Little Song (2003), and Toronto International, where From the Sky Down, directed by Davis Guggenheim, opened the festival in 2011. He collaborated on a piece for the 2012 Obama presidential campaign directed by Guggenheim, and recently completed work on the second season of the HBO series Looking, created by Michael Lannan and directed by Andrew Haigh.

Mike Mathieu, actor, “Shell Spokesman”

Mike Mathieu is an actor and writer in Seattle, WA. He is one-half of The Cody Rivers Show sketch comedy duo and launched Rock Paper Theater as a way to share music, films, and other things he creates. He is currently working on Seattle country musician Pat Bateman‘s next album.

Tito Ybarra, actor, “Chief Four Feathers”

Tito Ybarra’s real name is Peter Ybarra. He is an enrolled member of the Red Lake Ojibwe in Minnesota. He was born and raised in Minneapolis but now resides in Bemidji, MN. He’s been doing comedy professionally since 2010. He travels throughout Indian country as a comedian and champion powwow singer.”