Photos by Daniel Morel
Whitney Dow, Producer & Director
Whitney Dow is an award winning filmmaker whose directing credits include: Two Towns of Jasper, I Sit Where I Want: The Legacy of Brown v Board of Education and Unfinished Country. His work has received numerous honors including the Peabody, a Columbia DuPont, Gotham, and Beacon Awards. Dow's producing credits include, Freedom Summer, Banished: How Whites Drove Blacks Out of Town in America, and The Undocumented all directed by Marco Williams, and Toots, directed by Kristi Jacobson.
Jane Regan, Producer
Regan is a communications scholar, writer and documentary filmmaker who has lived and worked in Haiti for most of the past two decades where she collaborates with local community radios and other grassroots media as well as writes and shoots for various foreign media outlets. After shooting extensively for Reuters and Associated Press television during recent Haitian unrest, she was finalist for a Rory Peck Award for Hard News in 2004. In the U.S., Regan also produced numerous documentaries, mostly for PBS, including Dow’s Unfinished Country. Regan currently runs an investigative news project in Haiti, where she also teaches at the State University.
Daniel Morel, Producer
Daniel Morel is a photojournalist who has documented his native country of Haiti for over 20 years, capturing its culture, history and people. His photographs have appeared in the New York Times, Vanity Fair, The Wall Street Journal, Paris Match, and throughout the world. He is the winner of a 2011 World Press Photo Award and was the resident photographer for the Associated Press for fourteen years until 2004, has received Citation for Excellence from the Overseas Press Club of America, the AP Award of Excellence and the Sam Chavkin Prize for Integrity in Latin American Journalism. Morel collaborated with Dow and Regan on Unfinished Country, a film about democracy in Haiti that aired on PBS in 2005.
Nancy Kennedy, Editor
Nancy Kennedy has edited several award-winning films including Sundance Grand Jury winner Why We Fight (2005), For the Bible Tells Me So, Sundance festival (2007), Einstein’s Letter, Emmy for Best Documentary Series (2006), Riding the Rails, Thank You and Goodnight, both Sundance award winners. She has also co-directed and edited several independent docs, most recently, Who Does She Think She Is? (2008), Bluegrass Journey (2004), and Who’s On First? (2005). Her many editing credits include work on all the major networks on such television series as Great Performances, American Experience, 60 Minutes, American Masters, Saturday Night Live, National Geographic Specials, among others.
Federico Rosenzvit, Editor
Federico Rosenzvit is a New York based editor born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. His credits include shorts, television and feature documentaries, and commercial clients such as Porsche, Coca Cola, Adidas, and AOL. His filmography includes four episodes of PBS series Art Through Time, produced by WNET, and the feature documentary The Americana Project that premiered at Cinema du Reel in Paris in 2009, the award winning short films Trece Años that premiered at Sundance in 2009 and went on to win special jury mention at the Aspen Shorts Film Festival, and Laredo, Texas, that screened in 2010 at Sundance, the LA Film Festival, Aspen Shorts Film Festival, Ashland Independent Film Festival, and won a special jury prize at the Boston Film
Jennifer Latham, Supervising Producer
Jennifer Latham is a producer of documentaries and features. Her projects range from the feature The Truth About Tully, the public affairs television series NOW with Bill Moyers and was the festival favorite and musical documentary Courting Condi. She collaborated with Whitney Dow and Marco Williams on Two Towns of Jasper, the award winning documentary for which she received a Columbia-Dupont award as Co- Producer. Most recently, Jennifer was the Line Producer for Michael Moore for the PGA award winning documentary and Academy Award nominated Sicko, and his latest film Capitalism: A Love Story. She is the producer of the feature The Home-maker and a documentary about the First Amendment, both currently in development.