Nathaniel Kahn is an award-winning filmmaker. His documentary My Architect, about his father, Louis I. Kahn, was nominated for an Academy Award in 2003 as well as being nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards and an Emmy. Kahn also won the 2004 Directors Guild of America award for outstanding direction of a documentary. His short films include the Oscar- and Emmy-nominated Two Hands (2006), about the internationally celebrated pianist Leon Fleisher. Kahn has also made several films on science including Telescope (2015) and Dark Side of the Sun (2016) for Discovery. He is currently at work on a feature-length documentary on the Webb Space Telescope as well as a new screenplay, which he will direct.
Jennifer Blei Stockman is a principal in Hot & Sunny Productions, formed to provide content about artists and the art world for film and television. She worked as an executive for over 30 years in the business world while avidly collecting contemporary art. She has been President of the Guggenheim since 2005, with museums in New York, Bilbao, Venice and a project in Abu Dhabi. She has also served on museum committees at MoMA, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Aspen Art Museum and founded the Bruce Museum Council. Blei Stockman is a producer of Love, Cecil, a documentary by Lisa Immordino Vreeland that premiered at the Telluride Film Festival.
Debi Wisch is a principal in Hot & Sunny Productions, formed to provide content about artists and the art world for film and television. She has more than 25 years of experience in marketing and public relations and has consulted for international luxury brands, cultural institutions, art galleries and museums. She currently serves on the Director’s Advisory Board at Stanford University’s Cantor Arts Center and Anderson Collection, the Guggenheim Museum’s International Director’s Council, Hunter College’s Art Advisory Board and served on the executive committee of the Jewish Museum. She is also an active board member of the Film Society of Lincoln Center and serves on the board of governors of the American Jewish Committee. Wisch is one of the producers of Lisa Immordino Vreeland’s documentary Love, Cecil.
Carla Solomon is a documentary film producer and one of the founding principals of Anthos Media LLC. Her producing credits include Particle Fever, about scientists searching for the mysteries of the universe; The New Public, which takes on America’s educational opportunity crisis as experienced by one inner city public school; and Colliding Dreams (executive producer), about the dream of Zionism and its role in today’s Israeli/Palestinian conflict. Currently, Solomon is participating in Creative Chaos’ Post-Truth (in production), about the birth of the “fake news” phenomenon, and developing a film about the college mental health crisis. A clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst by training, Solomon is on the board of trustees of the NYU Langone Medical Center and founding chair of KiDS of NYU Langone Medical Center. She is also on the board of directors of the Hamptons International Film Festival.
Lisa Remington is a documentary producer fortunate to have worked with a number of talented directors. She produced Jessica Yu’s short ForEveryone.net for the Ford Foundation, Davis Guggenheim’s short for the Obama campaign, The Road We’ve Traveled, and Rory Kennedy’s portrait of her mother, Ethel, for HBO. She co-produced Participant Media’s film Countdown To Zero, directed by Lucy Walker, which premiered at Cannes, and collaborated with Robert Greenwald on Iraq For Sale: The War Profiteers and the Freedom Files, a 9-part series for PBS. Remington recently produced Raising Ryland, a digital short for CNN.com and co-produced Cesar’s Last Fast, which premiered at Sundance.
Kayla Malahiazar is a documentary filmmaker based in New York City. She served as the associate producer on the Emmy-nominated documentary Kingdom of Shadows, which examines the human cost of the US-Mexico drug war. Previously, she served as production coordinator on the two-part bilingual series for PBS about Latino high school students, The Graduates/Los Graduados, and was the outreach coordinator for the Emmy-nominated documentary Reportero. Malahiazar graduated from Sarah Lawrence College in 2012 with a BA in Liberal Arts and a focus on international politics.
Sabine Krayenbühl is an award-winning editor with over 20 theatrical documentaries and narrative features to her credit, many of which have premiered at prestigious festivals around the world. Her work includes the Oscar and Independent Spirit Award nominated My Architect (2003) for which she received an ACE Eddie Award nomination. Other credits include Mad Hot Ballroom, The Bridge, Picasso and Braque Go to the Movies, produced by Martin Scorsese, Salinger, on which she consulted, and Kiss the Water, co-produced by BBC Films. Most recently, she finished her directorial debut Letters from Baghdad, which has been released theatrically in the US and UK to great success. She is an alumni of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and a long-term member of New York Women in Film and Television.
While Phillip Schopper is primarily known for his Emmy-nominated HBO films—Nixon by Nixon: In His Own Words, San Francisco 2.0, Teddy: In His Own Words, Gloria: In Her Own Words, and 911: Portraits of Resilience—he has also directed and edited for HBO All About Ann: Governor Richards of the Lone Star State, as well as two American Masters for PBS: Nichols and May: Take Two and The Lives of Lillian Hellman. He began his feature film career editing the classic music film Heartworn Highways and was supervising editor on the recently released follow-up Heartworn Highways Revisited.