Our feature-length films have been broadcast on HBO, Public Television, Al Jazeera, and more; they have been nominated for Emmys and won awards at festivals such as Tribeca and SXSW. Our short-form videos have been featured online by the New York Times, LA Times, and Quartz. Our advocacy videos are often produced with non-profit organizations as part of social justice campaigns or as evidence used in litigation. In many cases we work with law school students, empowering them to tell compelling stories in tactically sophisticated ways to sway public opinion and affect policy change.
Rebecca is an Emmy Award nominated documentary filmmaker and, since 2011, a Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School. Her directorial debut, WAR DON DON (HBO), won the Special Jury Prize at the SXSW Film Festival. Salon called her second feature,CODE OF THE WEST (America ReFramed), “one of the best movies about America’s drug war.” In 2016 she produced UNTOUCHABLE, which won the Albert Maysles New Documentary Director Award at the Tribeca Film Festival. Rebecca was profiled in Filmmaker Magazine’s 25 New Faces in Independent Film as an “up-and-comer poised to shape the next generation of independent film.” She is the founder and principal at Racing Horse Productions. In addition to Harvard, she has taught classes at RISD, American University’s Human Rights Institute, and Columbia University. She was a 2012 Soros Justice Fellow and a 2015 fellow (and then faculty affiliate) at Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society. Rebecca graduated with a BA in Portuguese and Brazilian Studies from Brown University and a Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School.
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Francisco Bello is an Oscar and three time Emmy nominee. He shot and produced SALIM BABA, a 2008 Best Short Documentary Oscar and 2009 Emmy Nominee picked up by HBO and Canal+. Francisco produced and edited WAR DON DON, the winner of the Special Jury Prize at the 2010 SXSW Film Festival, for which he was also given the inaugural Karen Schmeer Documentary Editing Award and two Emmy nominations. Additional highlights include writing and editing the Peabody winning BEST KEPT SECRET, the Cine Golden Eagle winning CODE OF THE WEST, and editing the Karen Schmeer Award winning OUR NIXON for CNN Films. Most recently he co-directedDREAMING AGAINST THE WORLD, seen at the 2015 Telluride Film Festival, New York’s Asia Society, the Museum of the Fine Arts in Boston and China Institute.
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Adam Pogoff is a New York-based documentary filmmaker. His films have screened at over 50 festivals in 20 countries. Adam holds a Bachelors of Arts in ethnomusicology from Brown University. Adam co-produced UNTOUCHABLE about life on the sex offender registry, which won the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival Albert Maysles New Documentary Director Award. The first feature documentary Adam directed and produced, BRASSLANDS (The Orchard, 2013), premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival and was an Official Selection at IFF Rotterdam, CPH:DOX, and Thessaloniki Documentary Festival, among many others. Adam has associate produced documentary television for OWN and TV One, and traveled on assignment in India, Japan, the Balkans and throughout the US producing documentary film and public radio features. He has been a member of Meerkat Media Collective since 2009.
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Nathaniel is an Emmy nominated producer, and an award-winning director, cinematographer, and editor. His documentary work has screened in competition at festivals around the world, including SXSW, Hot Docs, and Camden International Film Festival, and has been featured online by the New York Times, The Atlantic, and the LA Times. In 2013, the Boston Globe called his feature documentary work “Outstanding” and “Remarkable.” His documentary and commercial work assignments have taken him around the world to film in India, Brazil, Venezuela, China, Japan, South Africa, Sweden, Germany, England, and New Zealand, among others. Nathaniel lives in Boston with his wife Felicity and their two children.