The award winning team currently making FLINT
[Director and Producer] is one of the UK’s leading documentary filmmakers. His iconic You’ve Been Trumped (2011) won 12 awards and is recognized as one of the most important British feature documentaries of the last decade. Translated into a dozen languages, the film was aired in prime time on BBC2 in 2012. In the United States, the it was acquired by Netflix and Participant Media. Baxter’s A Dangerous Game (2014), a searing indictment of the profound ecological and social impact of luxury golf resorts around the world, enjoyed a major UK theatrical release and featured Donald Trump, Alec Baldwin, Robert Kennedy Jr. and a cast of inspiring local heroes. A TV version was broadcast on the BBC. You’ve Been Trumped Too (2016) was released on the eve of the US Presidential vote, and critically acclaimed as a powerful and prescient warning of the nature of a Trump Presidency. “There could hardly be a more urgent or relevant film than this” was the verdict of Peter Bradshaw in The Guardian.
[Producer] is an Emmy-award winning producer, editor and director, whose most recent documentary, Quest, premiered at Sundance in 2017. Among her other works are BaddDDD Sonia Sanchez, winner of the Best Film Directed by a Woman of Color award at the 2015 African Diaspora International Film Festival, and DOCUMENTED, the story of Pulitzer Prize-winning undocumented journalist Jose Antonio Vargas and his fight for immigration reform. Other credits include Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes, which also premiered at Sundance. Sabrina is on the board of the Yale Visual Law Project with Fred Wiseman and Alex Gibney and also teaches documentary filmmaking at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
[Producer & Writer] is an award-winning journalist, producer and filmmaker. He produced and wrote You’ve Been Trumped , A Dangerous Game, and You’ve Been Trumped Too. His films and broadcast documentaries often have a human rights focus, with subjects ranging from the Dalits in India, bauxite miners in West Africa, and the free-market, urban farming in Havana. He has also taught radio and television production in Papua New Guinea and Afghanistan.
[Producer] is a scientist turned filmmaker, whose award-winning work includes investigative documentaries for ABC News, Peter Jennings Reporting, Al Jazeera English, and the PBS series FRONTLINE. His feature credits include Being Elmo: A Puppeteers Journey (Winner of the Special Jury Prize at Sundance in 2012), Bronx Obama (2014), and An Honest Liar (2015), winner of multiple “Best Documentary” festival awards and a New York Times ‘Critic’s Pick’ that broadcast on the PBS Independent Lens series.
[Story Consultant] is an award-winning director and editor whose films have included, Dancing in Jaffa (2013) Einstein (2008), The Beatles Revolution (2000). At ABC News for nearly a decade, Shane edited many distinguished long form programs including Ted Kopple's Iraq War documentary, Tip of the Spear, , which won the 2004 DuPont Columbia Award for Broadcast Journalism, and Martin Luther King: Searching For The Promised Land (1999) which won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Historical Program.