PERSONNEL

Ben Nabors - Director / Producer -  Ben is a documentary filmmaker living in Brooklyn. He’s received filmmaking grants from Participant Pictures, The Tribeca Institute, The Fledgling Fund, and the True/False Film Festival.  In 2010, he founded {group theory}, a collaboration-driven production studio that creates documentaries, short narratives, cartoons, and branded content. Current projects include William and the Windmill, a feature length documentary about William Kamkwamba, a young windmill inventor from Malawi, The Happy Film, a feature length documentary about graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister and his pursuit of happiness, and a feature documentary about the making of the Broadway show “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark”.   He loves what he does.  View work at www.grouptheory.co

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Jonathan Oppenheim - Editor - Jonathan has edited numerous award-winning documentaries, including Children Underground (Sundance Special Jury Prize, nominated for the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature), Paris is Burning (Sundance Grand Jury Prize, winner of NY & LA Critics Award) Streetwise (Academy Award winner Best Documentary, Sundance Grand Jury Prize), Sister Helen (nominated Grand Jury Prize at Sundance), and most recently The Oath (HotDocs Special Jury Prize).

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Carlos Pavan - Editor  - Carlos has worked as a music journalist, war photography editor, and editor of short documentaries and commercial work for Wired, General Electric and Brooklyn Brewery. He was an assistant editor for Haiti: Unfinished Country, an episode for PBS's Wide Angle and has worked on Art Talk and Motherboard, two acclaimed Vice TV web series. Recently he post-produced Emerging Thailand, a documentary on economist Robert Townsend.

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Michael Tyburski - Cinematographer - Raised in the woods of the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont.  Studied Moving Image Arts in New Mexico and Europe.  Makes short films, documentaries and commercials.  Lives in Brooklyn, NY and Los Angeles, CA.

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And many, many more.  Full credits available upon request.