About The Team

Jocelyn Glatzer, Director/Producer– has directed, produced and edited social issue documentary films for the past 20 years. She produced My Country, My Country an Oscar®-nominated film by Laura Poitras about the first democratic elections in Iraq after the U.S. occupation (POV 2006), and she directed The Flute Player about a survivor of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge genocide (POV 2003), which was nominated for an Emmy. She also directed ART2000, about one of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s senate race fundraisers, and she has worked at Maysles Films and on numerous arts programs for the PBS Great Performances series.

P.H. O’Brien, DP has had a long career of shooting and producing documentary films and TV shows. Among P.H.’s many director-of-photography/producer credits are Steve James’ (Hoop Dreams) Reel Paradise, Head Games and THE WAR TAPES (best documentary, Tribeca 2006).  He shot and produced Bad Voodoo’s War for Frontline on PBS, the MTV show How’s Your News? and recently, Earth Made of Glass for HBO which was nominated for a producers guild award and winner of a 2012 Peabody Award.  His latest documentary Six Days to Air… the making of South Park was nominated for an Emmy.

Sabrina Zanella-Foresi, Editor – has worked since 2001 as a feature-length documentary editor. Her editing credits include: Henry Ford, directed by Sarah Colt (PBS American Experience, 2012); Photographic Memory, directed by Ross McElwee (2011); Animas Perdidas (Lost Souls), directed by Monika Navarro (LINCS, 2009); The Truth About Cancer, directed by Linda Garmon (WGBH, 2008); For the Love of Movies, directed by Gerald Peary (2008); Shadow of the House: Photographer Abelardo Morell, directed by Allie Humenuk (2007); Twisted, directed by Laurel Chiten (ITVS, PBS Independent Lens, 2007) and The Rise and Fall of Penn Station,  directed by Randall MacLowry for American Experience (2014)

Ian Hatton, Music Composition – has been composing, performing, and producing music for 30 years he was the driving force within numerous bands, such as “Bonham”, who went Gold with their debut album. He has performed with many artists, including Robert Plant’s Honeydrippers, Paul Rodgers & Company and Sarah Brightman to name a few. Ian progressed into Production, Film & TV music composition, and Sound Design. He scored “West of Thunder” which has won numerous awards on the film festival circuit, “The Fence” a short film as well as many shows for PBS from “Wayne Dyer” to recently working on the much-acclaimed British TV Series “Doc Martin”. He also spent 5 years as a consultant for Bose Corporation, writing and producing many 5.1 / 7.1 surround sound projects.

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