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Jen has edited more than 15 feature documentaries, including the Emmy Award-winning TIME FOR ILHAN, THE BIG PICTURE: RETHINKING DYSLEXIA (Sundance/HBO), Jennifer Siebel Newsom’s FAIR PLAY (Hulu), and Erika Cohn’s WHAT YOU’LL REMEMBER (NYT Op-Docs). Two seminal projects she wrote and edited (RESILIENCE and PAPER TIGERS) have had more than 50,000 community screenings to date, helping ignite a national conversation about childhood trauma. Jen has taught editing master classes at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism and UC Santa Cruz’s Social Documentation program. Years of editing and story consulting have inspired her to direct her first feature doc.




Todd’s long and varied career began with editing picture and sound on STAR WARS and THE BLACK STALLION. He subsequently mixed sound on numerous Oscar-winning films, and won an Academy Award for AMADEUS. He then built a career composing music for documentaries, including HEARTS OF DARKNESS, BALLETS RUSSES, SEÑORITA EXTRAVIADA, and 3½ MINUTES, TEN BULLETS. He has worked with a stellar list of filmmakers: David Fincher, Carroll Ballard, David Lynch, Jon Else, Milos Forman, Philip Kaufman, David Peoples, Bill Couturié, Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine, Lourdes Portillo and many others. Todd brings his decades of experience to his directorial debut.

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Rebekah is an accomplished creative producer whose recent credits include HELEN AND THE BEAR (Hot Docs 2024), the Rory Kennedy-directed ADRIFT (Mill Valley 2023), the Academy Award-nominated Netflix Originals CRIP CAMP (Sundance 2020) and END GAME (Sundance 2018), and the Kevin Durant executive-produced Q BALL for Fox Sports (SFFilm 2019). She co-produced the Academy Award-shortlisted HBO documentary THE CASE AGAINST 8 (Sundance 2013), directed PELADA (2010 SXSW) and was a cinematographer on END GAME and PELADA. Rebekah was an Impact Partners Producing Fellow and is a member of the Documentary Producers Alliance, Film Fatales, and FWD-DOC.




Sabrina is an award-winning documentary filmmaker from NYC. Her films employ provocative, nuanced storytelling to center marginalized voices, illuminate diverse experiences, and inspire around the issues that affect our global society. Recent projects include Sundance premieres VICTIM / SUSPECT (Netflix), TO THE END (Hulu), and QUEST (POV). Since her Emmy-winning editing debut, she has distinguished herself as a producer, editor, and director. Sabrina was honored with 2023’s Reel Sisters Trailblazer Award. She is also a Women at Sundance Fellow, recipient of the Dear Producer Award, and is a member of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.