Nina Gilden Seavey
Nina Gilden Seavey is an Emmy Award-winning filmmaker and with over 30-years of experience in making documentaries. Her work has been shown in theaters, televisions, multiple platforms in media, and in museum across the globe. Seavey is the director of The Documentary Center in the School of Media and Public Affairs at The George Washington University, in Washington, DC, which she founded in 1991. She concurrently serves as Co-Director of the Center for Innovative Media at GWU. In 2012 Seavey was named one of the top fifty journalism professors in the US by journalismdegree.org.
Also, Seavey was the founding director of the
Emily Dell is a Film Director & Screenwriter in Los Angeles. Her last feature film, B-GIRL, released by Screen Media Film, currently airs on Showtime, Starz and Encore Networks, is available on iTunes, Netflix and more. She is currently writing the comic book ROMEO & JULIET AND GUNS for Emet Comics.
Her films have won awards at Film festivals including “Best Action” (Buffalo Niagara Film Festival 2014), “Audience Award”, H20 Festival New York City, “Best in Festival, Short” Berkeley Film Festival, and have been profiled at The American Cinematheque’s “Focus on Female Directors”. Emily is partnered with her sister and Producer, Elizabeth Dell in Two Camels Films. They are currently under contract with the China Film Group to write and direct the action film “The Rules of Business”.
Music for This Episode
Tangelene Bolton who is a composer from New Jersey. She has created music for several features including "Zealot", "Jem and the Holograms", "I Am Joe", "A Killer Serve", "Passion to Teach" and "Chappie".
At an early age, Tangelene was taught piano by her grandmother. That love for music landed her at the Westminster Conservatory of Music. Tangelene has Bachelors of music in Film Scoring from Berklee College of Music, and MA from Hampshire College.