Deirdre Fishel – Director/Producer

Fishel is a producer/director of documentaries and dramas that have premiered in competition at Sundance, SXSW, AFI and Full Frame and been broadcast in 35 countries worldwide. Fishel’s 2020 docuenmtary Women in Blue follows women officers trying to reform the Mineapolis Police Department in the years leading up to the murder of George Floyd.  It premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and was broadcast on Independent Lens. 

Fishel’s 2016 documentary Care, which looks at the poignant but hidden world of home elder care, and exposes America’s broken care system, was funded by the Ford and MacArthur Foundations and broadcast on America Reframed.  Previous credits include STILL DOING IT:The Intimate Lives of Women Over 65 and a web documentary Suicide on Campus produced in conjunction with the New York Times magazine. Fishel is a Professor and the Director of the BFA in Film/Video at the City College of New York. 

Diana Holtzberg – Producer/Executive Producer

Diana is a producer, agent, writer, consultant and lecturer. She founded East Village Entertainment (EVE) in 2007, a New York City based media company and agency devoted to media that enlightens, inspires and entertains. Diana has won two Emmy Awards and a Canadian Screen Award (Canada’s Oscar and Golden Globe). She has also received five Emmy nominations and a Producer’s Guild of America nomination.

Diana won a News & Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Arts & Culture Programming for the Art of Failure: Chuck Connelly Not For Sale (2009) and a Heartland Emmy Award for Best Topical Documentary for Education, Inc. (2016) She won a Canadian Screen Award for RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked The World (2020).

Jan Rofekamp – Executive Producer

Jan Rofekamp has a career spanning 40 years as a world sales agent and President & CEO of Films Transit International one of the longest running, renowned and respected international sales agencies of quality documentaries. Film Trasit’s documentaries are primarily single, auteur-driven or journalistic works that deal with contemporary issues and have immediate relevance.

Jan is no longer a sales agent. He now acts as a Consultant and Executive Producer to help filmmakers realize, market and launch their documentaries.

Mathieu Borysevicz – Editor

Mathieu Borysevicz is a writer, curator, critic and artist who has been active in the contemporary arts of China since the mid-1990’s. He is the Founder and Director of BANK/MABSOCIETY and lives in Shanghai. Mathieu directed SARS, a Love Story (2006). His editing credits include: American Aloha: Hula Beyond Hawai’I and Independent Lens (2004).