THE TEAM

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Stephanie wang-breal 

Stephanie has been producing and directing films and commercials for the past 15 years. She directed the award-winning feature length documentary, Wo Ai Ni Mommy (I Love You, Mommy). The film was nominated for an Emmy®, and was the recipient of three Grand Jury Best Documentary Awards at the AFI/ Discovery Silverdocs Film Festival, the Asian American International Film Festival and the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival, as well as a 2011 CINE special Jury Award. The film had its national television broadcast in 2010 on the award-winning PBS series POV. Stephanie’s second feature-length documentary, Tough Love premiered at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in April 2014 and went on to screen in our nation’s Capitol for a White House Policy discussion around parents and the foster care system. The film premiered on PBS POV in July 2015 and is the recipient of the 2016 American Bar Association’s Silver Gavel Award. Stephanie has also directed pieces for Facebook, Verifone, Tiffany & Co., Apple, Nickelodeon, ESPN’s 538 and Goldman Sachs and has produced content and commercials for UNICEF, CNN, A&E Television and MTV Networks. Stephanie currently sits on the Board of the New York Women's Foundation and resides in Brooklyn, New York with her son and daughter.

 

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Carrie Weprin

Carrie is a film, television and digital video producer. As an independent producer, Carrie has created content for A&E Television Network, MTV Networks, EPIX, Google, The New York Times and PBS. Most recently, Carrie has worked for The New York Times video department, where she helped bring the award- winning travel column, “36 Hours,” to television on the Travel Channel. She also helped to bring episodic digital video series to nytimes.com, including: The Trials of Spring, Our Man in Tehran and the award-winning series, Retro Report. In 2014, Carrie produced the feature-length documentary film, Tough Love. Tough Love premiered at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in April 2014 and went on to screen in our nation’s Capitol for a White House Policy discussion around parents and the foster care system. The film premiered on PBS POV in July 2015 and is the recipient of the 2016 American Bar Association’s Silver Gavel Award. Carrie currently lives in Brooklyn, New York with her husband and son.