MATTHEW JUSTUS is an Emmy nominated documentary and commercial filmmaker based in San Francisco. Over the past decade he worked on productions for HBO, PBS, the BBC, ZDF, The History Channel, IFC and film festivals around the world. He had a producer role on two projects which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. He is currently co-producing and writing THE SHARPS' WAR with Ken Burns, a feature length historical documentary for PBS. He produced the 2012 Emmy nominated feature documentary BOBBY FISCHER AGAINST THE WORLD (Sundance, HBO, BBC, 2011) which also won a UK Grierson Award (Best Cinema Documentary). Previously, he was an associate producer on Liz Garbus' film SHOUTING FIRE: STORIES FROM THE EDGE OF FREE SPEECH(Sundance, HBO, 2009). He was also an associate producer on COMA (HBO) and Rory Kennedy's THANK YOU MR. PRESIDENT (HBO). He was also on the production team of Kennedy’s GHOSTS OF ABU GHRAIB (Sundance, HBO, Emmy Award Winner). In addition to his documentary television work he produces and directs commercial content for non-profit and commercial clients including VERIZON, LEVI's and GOOGLE. He is a graduate of the University of Washington.
CAITLIN McNALLY is an award-winning journalist and filmmaker. She was a 2016 Carey Institute for Global Good Non Fiction Resident, a 2013-14 Investigative Reporting Program Fellow at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, and a recipient of a 2014 Fund for Investigative Journalism Grant. She has numerous years' experience working with PBS's flagship current affairs series, FRONTLINE, as well as other major US and international documentary outlets. Currently, she is a senior producer with National Geographic Studios.
Caitlin acted as series producer on an upcoming Discovery Channel Documentary series embedded in the elite research hospital at the National Institutes of Health. For FRONTLINE, Caitlin wrote, directed and produced the documentary and digital presentation, Stickup Kid, about a young man who grew up in adult prison (2015 Online News Association Feature Award winner, 2015 Nevada International Film Festival Special Jury Prize). She also co-produced and reported League of Denial, the Peabody and Polk Award-winning 2013 series season premiere investigating the NFL and concussions.
Her other credits for FRONTLINE include Football High (2011), Digital Nation (2010), South Korea: The Most Wired Place On Earth (2009), Growing Up Online (2008), Congo: On the Trail of an AK-47 (2007) and A Hidden Life (2006).
Caitlin has directed an episode of a national PBS history series hosted by Henry Louis Gates Jr., produced a season of features for NFL Network, acted as US producer on a BBC documentary about America during an election year, reported for GlobalPost from the Arctic and Antarctica, and worked as part of the team producing an Emmy-Award winning HBO documentary about Abu Ghraib prison that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.
She has produced video and blogged about a North Dakota shale oil boom for the public radio program, The Takeaway, and has been interviewed about her work on HuffPostLive, RadioDispatch, WNYC, CBC and elsewhere. Caitlin is a member of the Director's Guild of America and Investigative Reporters and Editors, a graduate of Dartmouth College, and a native of Minnesota. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.
SERIN MARSHALL has spent years as a documentary producer and archival researcher, working on HBO and PBS films including the 2012 Emmy-nominated BOBBY FISCHER AGAINST THE WORLD (Sundance, HBO), THERE'S SOMETHING WRONG WITH AUNT DIANE (HBO, 2011). SHOUTING FIRE: STORIES FROM THE EDGE OF FREE SPEECH (Sundance, HBO 2009), THE FENCE (Sundance, HBO, 2010) and WONDER WOMEN! THE UNTOLD STORY OF AMERICAN SUPERHEROINES (SXSW, PBS, 2013). Most recently, she produced HAVEABABY (Tribeca, 2016) a feature-length documentary on the social and economic issues surrounding reproductive medicine. In addition to her work in feature docs, Serin has produced news stories for the GloablPost, true crime stories for the Discovery Network, shorts for the Center for Investigative Reporting and Loteria Films, and commercials for clients including Google, Verizon, and Sony. Serin's research background also includes work on From Silk to Silicon: The Story of Globalization Through Ten Extraordinary Lives (HarperCollins, 2016), and as a Princeton-in-Asia Fellow in Thailand. She is a graduate of Brown University, lives in San Francisco and loves temporary tattoos.