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An in depth discussion on the process of successfully producing and distributing various forms of non-fiction films, including documentaries, biopics and more.


GUEST SPEAKERS:

Greg Mitchell

Suzanne MItchell


GREG MITCHELL is the author of a dozen books and co-producer of the acclaimed recent documentary, "Following the Ninth." He has served as chief adviser to several documentaries, including "Original Child Bomb" (winner of the top prize at Silverdocs) and the Emmy Award-winning "The Great Depression." His books include the 2016 bestseller "The Tunnels: Escapes Under the Berlin Wall" (slated to be a movie from FilmNation) and "The Beginning or the End: How Hollywood--and America--Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb", selected by Vanity Fair as one of the "21 Best Books of 2020." His previous books on the atomic bombings were "Hiroshima in America" (with Robert Jay Lifton) and "Atomic Cover-up." His earlier book "The Campaign of the Century" won the Goldsmith Book prize and in 2019 was named by the Wall Street Journal as one of five greatest books ever written about an American campaign.


SUZANNE MITCHELL is an Emmy nominated producer. Her films have been distributed to worldwide audiences and

received critical acclaim. Credits include “Hot Type: 150 Years of a Nation” directed by 2 time Oscar winner Barbara Kopple, G-String Divas (HBO) and Atomic Cover Up (2021 Big Apple Film Festival). Suzanne directed the recent acclaimed doc feature "Running Wild" (now streaming on iTunes) and has worked as a producer for, among others, HBO, ABC, A&E, Harpo, Cabin Creek and currently for Netflix.