Jenn Lindsay worked in film post-production since 2005 as a film editor, story assistant, and independent producer with MTV, the Sundance Channel, Atmosphere Pictures, and Swete Films. She has also released 10 studio albums as a singer-songwriter on her own record label. She holds a degree in playwriting from Stanford, training in arts management from Yale, a masters in religious studies from Columbia and she is currently completing her PhD in anthropology of religion at Boston University. Lindsay has completed 7 short and feature documentaries on religion and is currently in production with a ten-episode documentary miniseries. In 2009 Lindsay launched a documentary production company, screening ethnographic documentaries in festivals, conferences and classrooms, winning awards from the International Society for Religion and Science and the Society for Psychological Anthropology. Presently Lindsay reports as a video journalist for Religion News Service and is staff documentarian for the Center for Mind and Culture in Boston, where she produces short films about the ongoing scientific projects of the Center.
Sarah has been working as an editor and assistant editor in the film and TV industry for almost 20 years, chiefly based in Rome but also editing in Los Angeles, London and
New York City. Her most recent project, feature film Manuel, is headed to the 2017 Venice Film Festival as an official selection of the Cinema nel Giardino. Her previous featureL'arbitro went to the Venice Film Festival in the Venice Days section. Sarah also produces and edits feature shorts for the Rome Live Birth Action Group: the short The Performance: Sex Like Birth has over a million views on YouTube. She is currently finishing post-production on That’s the Way it Is.
Kiersten brings ten years of experience in film and television as a Second Unit Director and Assistant Director on features and series such as HBO’s Rome, Brotherhood, Curb Your Enthusiasm, 21 Grams, United 93, Something’s Gotta Give, Anger Management, Men in Black II, Ed and The Wire. She is based in Rome, Italy and is also a small business owner of The Milk Bar, a series of concept and online stores for pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers.