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Eric Daniel Metzgar is an Emmy Award winning filmmaker based in Pacifica, California. He is a two-time Sundance Documentary Lab Fellow. He directed, shot and edited Reporter about New York Times journalist Nichoas Kristof’s trip through the wartorn Democratic Republic of Congo, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, aired on HBO, and was nominated for an Emmy Award and Cinema for Peace’s International Film Award. Metzgar also directed, shot and edited Life. Support. Music. (PBS/POV, 2008) and The Chances of the World Changing (PBS/POV, 2006), which was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award. Metzgar also edited and produced Crime + Punishment (Emmy Winner, Sundance, Hulu, Oscar shortlist), Give Up Tomorrow (Emmy-nominated, POV), and Almost Sunrise (Emmy-nominated, POV). For the last five years, Metzgar has taught Buddhist meditation in Deuel Vocational Institution, a maximum security prison in California. Metzgar and his wife, a musician, have two young children.