Diana Nicolae, Producer & Director, is an accomplished documentary filmmaker who has produced or directed over 50 films. A native Romanian, she began her career in media working as a TV news reporter in the post-Communist era, prior to working as a writer for BBC Radio on the first dramatic series inspired by the country in transition.
She has produced several documentary films about Romania, starting with Red Darkness Before Dawn (2003), which was broadcast on PBS and included in the Cold War archives of the Hoover Institute and the US Holocaust Memorial. Her subsequent films have delved into topics as diverse as intellectual migration, substance abuse, dating violence, and a group of camera-shy nuns.
Come Find Me (trailer) – Screened at Visions Du Reel, Astra Film Festival, and SEEFilm Los Angeles, among others. Currently negotiating worldwide distribution rights.
My Father’s Revolution (trailer) – Screened at SEEFilm Los Angeles and other festivals.
One Mother’s Fire – Screened at nearly 20 film festivals around the world, winner of multiple awards; broadcast on PBS regionally in eight states.
A Private Judgment – screened at multiple film festivals in Europe and North America.
Matt Jozwiakowski, Camera & Editor, has worked as producer, camera and editor on over a dozen acclaimed documentaries.
With more than 15 years as a marketing director for multi-national iconic brands, he has managed multi-million dollar budgets to shepherd highly creative and compelling advertising campaigns into market.
His documentary work has likewise been featured in film festivals throughout North America and Europe, and been broadcast on PBS regionally.
Then Everything Changed – Distributed to over 350 colleges nationwide as part of a partnership with leading non-profit organizations.
Frank’s RedHot TV campaign – Marketing director for first major update to the break-through “I put that $#~+ on everything” campaign.
French’s Mustard TV campaign – Marketing director for docu-style TV campaign repositioning the 100-year-old American iconic brand.
Alexandru Munteanu, Co-Producer, is a multi-award-winning documentary producer and director.
Since 1993, he has been a producer for the documentary unit of Televiziunea Română (TVR), the leading broadcast television station in Romania, with a reach of over 19 million people.
He has produced or directed 14 stand-alone documentaries, and over 500 episodes of acclaimed documentary series that have been broadcast nationally and received international recognition.
Resistance Through Culture – A nationally broadcast documentary series of 90 episodes; winner of APTR award (Romanian Emmy) in 2012.
Archeology of Crime – A 17-episode nationally broadcast documentary series exploring the crimes of Communism.
Built Romania – A 10-episode nationally broadcast series presenting the evolution of architecture in modern Romania.
Memorial of Pain – Producer of the landmark documentary series of post-Communist Romania, now over 250 episodes, chronicling the crimes of the Communist era for the first time.