CINDY LEE // EDITOR
Cindy Lee is an editor working in documentary and narrative film, as well as television. Feature editing credits include NO END IN SIGHT (Academy Award nominee ‘08, New York Film Critics Circle ‘07 Best Documentary, Sundance Special Jury Prize ‘06), HOT COFFEE (Sundance Film Festival ‘11), and HOTEL GRAMERCY PARK (Special Jury Mention, Tribeca Film Festival ‘08). Her television credits include e2: THE ECONOMIES OF BEING ENVIRONMENTALLY CONSCIOUS, a PBS series narrated by Brad Pitt. She holds a B.A. from Wellesley.
MARK ZWONITZER // STORY CONSULTANT
Mark Zwonitzer has created award-winning programming for PBS for nearly fifteen years. His most recent work for American Experience is the Emmy Award-nominated film WALT WHITMAN. He has received the duPont-Columbia Award, the Peabody Award, the Writers Guild Award, and the Japan Foundation’s President’s Prize. His book, Will You Miss Me When I’m Gone: The Carter Family & Their Legacy in American Music, was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, and an American Library Association’s Booklist Editor’s Choice. He was the researcher on Richard Ben Cramer’s acclaimed epic What It Takes: The Way to the White House, which chronicles the 1988 Presidential election.
ZACHARY HEINZERLING // CINEMATOGRAPHER
Zachary Heinzerling is a director and cinematographer based in Brooklyn. He was the recipient of the Directing Award at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival for his feature film debut CUTIE AND THE BOXER. He has worked on several feature-length films for HBO, including three Emmy Award-winning documentaries as a field producer and camera operator. Zachary participated in the 2011 Berlinale Talent Campus. He also was selected as one of 25 filmmakers for the Film Society of Lincoln Center and IFP’s Emerging Visions Program during the 2011 New York Film Festival. His films have received grants from Cinereach, Tribeca Film Institute, San Francisco Film Society, and the Jerome Foundation.
ERIK CARLSON / AREA C // COMPOSER
Erik Carlson is a composer, media artist and architect based in Providence, RI. Since 2002 he has been recording and performing under the name AREA C, whose compositions work with timbre, texture and live loops, exploring cyclical rela- tionships and the details of their decay over time. In 2009, Carlson received the MacColl-Johnson Fellowship in music composition and he is currently working on new commissions for the NASA RI Space Grant Consortium and the LEF Foundation. In 2010 he composed the score for the Emmy-nominated documentary, WITNESS: KATRINA. AREA C's sixth full-length CD, titled "Map of Circular Thought," was released in January 2011 on Preservation Records (Australia). Previous releases include "The Planetarium Project" on Sedimental, and full-length albums on Students of Decay, Slow Tapes, and Last Visible Dog.
DIRECTED AND PRODUCED BY
Sierra Pettengill & Jamila Wignot
Erik Carlson / Area C
Joshua Z. Weinstein
Ian Crowther / Familar Studio
SOUND RE-RECORDING MIXER AND SUPERVISING SOUND EDITOR
Jim Briggs III
ONLINE EDITOR AND COLOR CORRECTION
Motion Picture Enterprises
OFFLINE EDIT FACILITY
The Edit Center
Innes Smolanksy, Esq.
FAIR USE LAWYER
Lisa Callif, Donaldson + Callif, LLP
Kelley A. Trotter
Deborah Clancy Porfido
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER FOR ITVS
Sally Jo Fifer
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