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Join Film Fatales for a panel discussion, Pivoting Through the Pause, with documentarians Jill Campbell, Mariam Ghani, Dawn Porter, and Geeta Gandbhir. This panel explores how to) about how to pivot during a global pandemic and what documentarians are doing now to get their stories told.

Film Fatales is a 501(c)3 non profit arts organization which advocates for parity in the film industry and supports an inclusive community of over a thousand women and non-binary feature film and television directors nationwide. Film Fatales raises the visibility of marginalized directors and increases the talent pool for industry organizations, programmers and production companies looking to work with more underrepresented voices. By expanding the landscape of storytelling, Film Fatales continues to bring exciting new films to the screen. more...
Jill Campbell has produced, directed and edited numerous documentaries that have been broadcast on Netflix, Sky TV, VOD and in numerous festivals including Atlanta, American Black, Dance on Camera, Hamptons Doc Fest, Martha's Vineyard, Miami, Montclair, Sarasota, Seattle, Yes, Tribeca, and Warsaw. Jill directed, produced and wrote the award-winning MR. CHIBBS (Village Voice Critics Pick) about NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson screening on Amazon, Kanopy & Urban Movie Channel. more...
Writer/director/producer Mariam Ghani’s films and multiple-channel installations, frequently characterized by intensive archival research, have been presented and collected by museums, festivals, and biennials across the US, UK, Europe, Asia and the Middle East since 2002. Her interactive work has been covered by Fast Company and the Guardian and preserved by the Rhizome ArtBase. more...
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Dawn Porter is an award-winning documentary filmmaker whose work has appeared on HBO, PBS, Discovery, and Netflix among others. She is currently directing and executive producing an Apple TV multi-part documentary series with Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry, which focuses on both mental illness and mental well-being. more...
Geeta Gandbhir has been nominated for three Emmy Awards and has won two. As editor, films have been nominated twice for the Academy Award, winning once, and have also won three Peabody Awards. Most recently, a feature documentary she produced with Perri Peltz and directed with Academy Award Winning director Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, A JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND MILES: PEACEKEEPERS premiered at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. more...

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