IN THE PRESS
📰🗞 📰🗞 📰🗞
The Hollywood Reporter
Now This News
⭐️⭐️ Our Viewers ⭐️⭐️
"It feels like these small graphics have traveled a long way to tell different stories."
"There are some people who are trying hard to fill the monotonous life of people with joy, colours and emotions. It’s a beautiful thing to think."
-Harvard CS50x students
CAST AND CREW
Directors: Martha Shane, Ian Cheney
Producers: Jennifer 8. Lee, Ian Cheney, Martha Shane
Associate Producer: Margaux Sax
Cinematographers: Emily Topper, Ian Cheney, Lucy Martens
Composers: Simon Beins, Ben Fries
Editor: Frederick Shanahan
Executive Producers: Fred Benenson, Peter Friedland
Co-Producers: Christian Deonier, Eric T. Lee, Morwin Schmookler, Joshua Elkes, Eric Dash
Associate Producers: Greg Brockman, Adam J. Goldstein, David J. McCarthy, Albert Ni, Debo Olaosebikan, David Phantana, Matthew Prince Steven Willis, Tim Wu, Joshua Yguado
Director and Producer
Martha Shane is an Emmy Award-winning director and producer of documentaries. Her directorial debut After Tiller premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival to critical acclaim. Theatrically released by Oscilloscope Laboratories, After Tiller was broadcast on PBS in 2014 and won an Emmy for Best Documentary. Most recently, she produced the award-winning From This Day Forward, which was released theatrically and broadcast on PBS in 2016.
Director and Producer
Ian is an Emmy-nominated and Peabody Award-winning documentary filmmaker. He received Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Yale University, and his films include King Corn (2007),The Greening of Southie (2008), Truck Farm (2010), The City Dark (2011), The Search for General Tso (2014), Bluespace (2015) and The Most Unknown (2018). He helms the independent production company Wicked Delicate and is a lecturer at Yale College.
Jennifer 8. Lee
Jennifer 8. Lee is co-founder and CEO of Plympton, a San Francisco-based literary studio that innovates in digital publishing. A former New York Times reporter, Jenny is a producer of “The Search for General Tso” (2014) and the author of the New York Times-bestselling book, The Fortune Cookie Chronicles (Twelve, 2008). Jenny is vice-chair of the Unicode a Emoji Subcommittee and was one of Fast Company's Most Creative People in business in 2017 as well as a Esquire Women We Love in 2003. Jenny graduated with a degree in Applied Math and Economics from Harvard
Frederick is a film editor based in New York City. He has worked on several award-winning documentaries, including the Emmy-nominated feature, The City Dark, which aired on PBS POV in 2012, The Search for General Tso, which premiered at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, The Birth of Sake, which premiered at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival in the feature documentary competition, and From This Day Forward, which premiered at the 2015 Full Frame Film Festival and will air on PBS POV in the summer of 2016. He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY.