Doug Hamilton | Director
Doug Hamilton is a veteran television journalist for CBS News 60 Minutes and of PBS documentaries like NOVA, FRONTLINE, and American Masters. Awards include three Emmys, two George Foster Peabody Awards, AAAS Science Journalism Award, Writer’s Guild Award, Cine Golden Eagle, and an Investigative Journalism Award from the Society of Professional Journalists. Hamilton has taught at the Graduate School of Journalism, University of California, Berkeley and is the official photographer for the Atlantic Theater Company in New York City.
Rob Tinworth | Editor
Rob has edited for NOVA, Frontline, Discovery and National Geographic. He also shoots and produces character-driven documentaries about communities in transition. See more at robtinworth.com
Ira Pittelman | Producer
Ira has been Producing Broadway and Off- Broadway Shows for the past 15 years. In 2010, he was the lead producer, (along with Tom Hulce), of Green Day’s American Idiot on Broadway. In 2007 Ira and Tom produced Spring Awakening, which won 8 Tony Awards including Best Musical. He won his first Tony Award in 2002, for Private Lives starring Alan Rickman and Lindsay Duncan and in that same year co-produced Topdog/Underdog, which went on to win the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. His other Broadway credits include the acclaimed revival of The Iceman Cometh starring Kevin Spacey, Baz Luhrman’s production of La Bohème, Stones in His Pockets, Neil Simon’s The Dinner Party starring Henry Winkler and John Ritter, the hit revival of The Odd Couple starring Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick, and On A Clear Day You Can See Forever starring Harry Connick Jr. Also, during his 20 year career in the music industry he’s worked with artists as diverse as Placido Domingo, John Denver, Loretta Lynn, Johnny Mathis, Smokey Robinson and Ringo Starr.