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Zeshawn Ali
Artist Collective, Worker Cooperative
Zeshawn is a filmmaker and director currently based in Harlem. Originally from Ohio, he made his way to the city to study filmmaking at Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. Since graduating, he's directed a narrative short film called “Shallows” and also directed for the documentary series “30 Mosques in...
Zara Serabian-Arthur
Worker Cooperative
Zara Serabian-Arthur is a documentary film editor, producer and director, whose work has been featured on Hulu, PBS (Public Money), National Geographic (Visual Human), The New York Times (A Long Separation) and The New Yorker (Still She Rises), screened at Sundance, and distributed theatrically. Her documentary feature and series credits...
Winnie Cheung
Artist Collective
Winnie is a Hong Kong born, Queens raised, Brooklyn based film director and editor. She frequently collaborates with artists across various disciplines, using illustration, animation, and dance to place the corporeal body within surreal spaces. She has directed and edited films that have screened Marfa Film Festival and Fantasia International Film Festival...
Tristan Daley
Worker Cooperative
Tristan Daley is a New York based filmmaker who infuses his musical craft with a strong interest in history and science to fuel his work. After studying film production at Tisch School of the Arts, he directed a short called DEBT TO SOCIETY - about a recently released incarcerated man...
Travis Wood
Artist Collective, Worker Cooperative
Travis Wood is a filmmaker from Minneapolis, now based in Brooklyn. He experiments with storytelling in its many forms, utilizing the power of truth to guide his process. His films often ride the line between fiction and non-fiction using a hybrid of animation and live-action. Travis' work has screened at...
Sebastian Diaz
Artist Collective
Sebastian Diaz is a director, cinematographer and Emmy awarded editor (THE AND web series). His short documentary TOÑITA'S was a part of MoMA Documentary Fortnight. His feature doc BRILLIANT SOIL was awarded the Material Culture & Archeology Film Prize at RAI Fest of Ethnographic Film, Edinburgh. Sebastian photographed and edited...
Sean Hanley
Artist Collective
Sean Hanley is a New York based director and cinematographer working primarily in documentary and artist moving image. His short films navigate the construction of Nature through studies of landscape, place-making, and the experience of the non-human. These films have screened at various venues and festivals including the Ann Arbor...
Sarah Friedland
Artist Collective
Sarah Friedland received her BA from Sarah Lawrence College and the International School of Film and Television in Cuba and her MFA from the Integrated Media Art Program at Hunter College. Her documentary films and installations are concerned with personal stories that reveal larger histories and intricacies about place and...
Sana Malik
Worker Cooperative
Sana A. Malik is a UK-born,  Pakistani-Canadian director and producer living in New York City. Sana’s short documentary GUANAJUATO NORTE, which she co-directed with Ingrid Holmquist, earned her a BAFTA Student Award and was later sold to the New Yorker. She wrote and directed the short live-action film AWAY, TOGETHER...
Miasarah Lai
Worker Cooperative
Miasarah Lai (BA Cornell University, MFA Northwestern University) is an Emmy-winning documentary cinematographer and producer based out of New York City. She was a cinematographer of VICE News Tonight’s Abuse at Christian Kanakuk Kamps, which won an Emmy for Outstanding Hard News Longform. She has worked throughout the United States...
Lesley Steele
Worker Cooperative
Lesley Steele (She/Her) is a Documentary Editor + Filmmaker with a background in video & film production and digital design. Originally a New York City native she obtained a BFA in Design Technology from Parsons The New School for Design and Masters in Directing from The School of Visual Arts....
Leah Galant
Worker Cooperative
Leah Galant is a Jewish filmmaker and Fulbright Scholar based in New York whose storytelling focuses on unexpected narratives that challenge perceptions. In 2022 she was recognized as one of DOC NYC’s 40 under 40. Leah's directorial debut ON THE DIVIDE premiered at the Tribeca 2021 Film Festival and will...
Jeff Sterrenberg
Artist Collective, Worker Cooperative
Jeff Sterrenberg is primarily a non-fiction and experimental filmmaker based in Brooklyn, New York. His work has been screened at festivals around the world including CPH:DOX, The New Orleans Film Festival, IFFR in Rotterdam, The LA Film Festival, Rooftop Films and many more.  His professional work has been seen on National...
Jay Arthur Sterrenberg
Artist Collective, Worker Cooperative
Jay Arthur Sterrenberg is a Canadian-American documentary director, editor and cinematographer whose work has broadcast on PBS, HBO, NETFLIX and CNN, and has screened at festivals such as Sundance, Tribeca, Berlin & IDFA.  Documentary editing credits include Academy Award short-listed DARK MONEY (Dir. Kimberly Reed), Emmy winning TROPHY (Dir. Shaul Schwarz & Christina...
Eric Phillips-Horst
Worker Cooperative
Eric is a director, producer and cinematographer based in New York. Some of his featured work includes broadcast television (PBS, National Geographic, History Channel, Biography Channel, MTV, Nickelodeon, Arte France), documentary and independent festival circuits (Sundance, Tribeca, New York FF,, LA International, CPH:DOX, Rotterdam, Rooftop Films) and numerous online syndications...
Dara Messinger
Artist Collective
Dara Messinger is the longtime Director of Programming at DCTV where she has overseen many of the honored organization’s public programs. Her work as curator continues and deepens as she now programs its new Firehouse: DCTV’s Cinema for Documentary Film. She is also a filmmaker, member of Meerkat Media Collective since...
Corinne Spencer
Artist Collective
Corinne Spencer is a video and performance artist based in Brooklyn, NY. She has exhibited and performed at the Central Square Theater (Boston, MA), Oberon Theater (Cambridge, MA) and the Pozen Center for Interrelated Media (Boston, MA). She was a participant in the 2014 residency cycle of the Skowhegan School...
Claudia Zamora Valencia
Artist Collective
Claudia Zamora uses photography, video and sound to explore the borders and possibilities between art, community work and social disciplines. Trained as a cultural anthropologist, she is currently engaged in ethnographic research and media making. Her work focuses on the documentation and analysis of social processes and the construction of...
Chloe Gbai
Artist Collective
A native of New York, Chloe Gbai is a filmmaker/producer whose work centers around issues of race, immigration, and gender. She has worked under directors such as Amir Bar-Lev and Academy Award Winner Roger Ross Williams. She received her B.A. from New York University's Gallatin School of Individualized Study with...
Bryan Chang
Worker Cooperative
Bryan Chang is a member-owner of Meerkat Media Coop. His films have been featured by The New York Times, TIME Magazine, National Geographic, PBS, The Atlantic, Sundance Film Festival, and distributed theatrically. His feature-length documentaries include BRASSLANDS (director), NARCO CULTURA (editor), and ISLAND SOLDIER (producer/editor). He edited on the Emmy-nominated...
Allessandra Lacorazza
Worker Cooperative
Alessandra Lacorazza is a queer Colombian-American writer-director and editor based in Brooklyn. Her work deals with personal and cultural memory, and incorporates themes of migration, alienation, community, and resilience. Alessandra’s short film "Mami" had its world premiere at Palm Springs ShortFest 2019, and was an official selection at NALIP, New...
Alexander Ramírez Mallis
Artist Collective
Alex is a filmmaker and DJ. His films have screened across the US and internationally. He holds an MFA in Integrated Media Arts from Hunter College (CUNY) and is an active member of the Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective and, of course, Meerkat Media Collective.