Film Credits

Main Production Credits
Producer/Director: Susan Zeig
Editor: Gary Winter
Director of Photography: Slawomir Grunberg
Narrator: Maria Hinojosa
Consulting Producer: Barbara Abrash
Music: Richard Fiocca with Cenzo
Web Design and Graphics: Ted Glass
Outreach Coordinator: Leah Sapin

Film and Outreach Funding
The C.S. Mott Foundation
The Barr Foundation
The Ford Foundation
The Irvine Foundation
The Surdna Foundation

Additional Funding
East Bay Community Foundation
Hazen Foundation
Research Foundation of Long Island University

Fiscal Sponsor: Women Make Movies

Short Bios
Producer, Susan Zeig
is a long time social documentary maker and Director of Film at Long Island University’s C.W.Post Campus. Her work has been broadcast nationally, is in distribution in educational, community and labor union circuits, and purchased for the collections of over 200 Universities, and 25 Public Library systems. She has raised grants for these projects from the C.S. Mott Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the Barr Foundation, the Irvine Foundation, the Surdna Foundation, New York Foundation on the Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Humanities, New York State Council for the Arts, the Hazen Foundation the Film Fund, and the Research Committee of Long Island University.

Consulting Producer, Barbara Abrash is a teacher, curator and independent producer. She is the Director of Public Programs at the Center for Media, Culture and History and the Center for Religion and Media at New York University, and a Media Fellow at the Center for Social Media at American University. Her films include Indians, Outlaws and Angie Debo (PBS, American Experience), which won the Eric Barnouw Award of the Organization of American Historians, and Perestroika from Below (Ch4/UK). Her publications include writings in journals such as Wide Angle, Cineaste, Radical History Review, Independent Documentary and Visual Anthropology Review.

Director of Photography, Slawomir Grunberg has shot over 50 documentaries, four of which received Emmy Nominations. His independent works focus on critical social and political issues, and in 2000 he won the Emmy Award for his documentary, School Prayer: A Community at War. His Director of Photography credits include Legacy, which received an Academy Award Nomination for the best documentary feature in 2001, and Sister Rose’s Passion, which won the Best in Documentary Short at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2004 and received an Academy Award Nomination for the best documentary short in 2005.

Editor, Gary Winter, is an editor of the CBS show, 48 Hours since 1999. He is also the editor of the Warner Brothers feature film, My Dog Skip, and many television documentaries including the CNN 20th Anniversary Special, Discovery Channel’s Medical Breakthroughs, The Warrior Tradition for the History Channel, Ida B. Wells, for American Experience, PBS and A Century of Country for TNN/CBS.

Narrator, Maria Hinojosa is a broadcast journalist who has been worked for CBS, NPR, CNN, NBC and PBS. She was Senior Correspondent for the PBS magazine show, NOW, host of PBS show, “Maria Hinojosa: One-on-One, host of NPR’s Latino, USA since 1995, and the host of the NBC public affairs show, Visiones. She.is the author of Raising Raul: Adventures Raising Myself and My Son and Crews: Gang Members Talk with Maria Hinojosa.  She has also won many awards including the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award, the National Association of Hispanics Journalists’ Radio Award and the National Council of La Raza’s Ruben Salazar Award.

Web Designer, Ted Glass is a graphic designer and web developer whose work can be seen at: www.tedglass.com

Outreach Coordinator, Leah Sapin is an independent producer and outreach consultant who has worked with the BBC, Sundance Channel, Radical Media and Al Jazeera English. Recent outreach projects include POV’s three-part Adoption Stories series on PBS, Media That Matters Festival collections 2007-2009 and Cinereach Film Fellows 2009-2010. Producer credits include work- in-progress feature documentary: Pretty Old, and short narrative Swimming Away.

PARTICIPANTS

Oakland
Emma Paulino
Larissa Adam
Liz Sullivan
Ron Snyder
Sandra Frost
Peter Haberfeld
Kate Aughenbaugh
Laura Flaxman

Bronx
James Mumm
Fernando Carlo
Jorman Nunez
Ron Gonzalez
Mustafa Sullivan
Shoshana Daniels
Ronn Jordan
Riquelmi Gomez
Cheryl Chisnell
Antonio Severino
Luz Milanes
Marta Colon
Audrey Viveros
Lucienne Soto
Dominique Hamilton
Ashley Walker
Maria Fernandez
Laura Vazquez
Natia Williams
Corley Perez
Ibrahima Goudiaby

Boston
Caprice Taylor Mendez
Jurett Weathers
Karen Harris
Karen Richardson
Katie Madrigal
Ale Hernandez
Dominic Amara
Natasha Graham
Josefina Candelario
Luis Candelario

Research Consultants
Kavitha Mediratta
Seema Shah

Research Assistant: Fhatima Paulino

Additonal Editing
Anna Pavarnik
Nick Zeig-Owens
Richard Lynch

Additional Photography
Brian Cardello
and
Jim Billopp
Mike Sullivan

Sound Recordists
Steve Clack
Tomasz Gniadek
Ed Frtiz

THANK YOU
Chris Brown
Rosia Butler
Al Drummond
Sergio Duran
Leo Fuchs
Roberta Furger
Lois Harr
Anne Hallett
Ed Joyner
Toni Locke
Katie Madrigal
Wendoly Marte
Natasha Mason
Myriam Ortiz
Mathilde Perez
Paulino Family
Melvin Rogers
Kevin Santiago
Clay Smith
Taylor-Mendez family
Toonesha Pace
Emma Winter Zeig
Lise Zeig and David Owens