Beth Murphy, Producer / Director
Beth Murphy heads GroundTruth Films and works at the nexus of journalism and documentary filmmaking. She is focused on stories of human rights and social justice and tells these narratives through feature and short documentaries, news packages, digital media and targeted impact and educational campaigns. Murphy is also the founder of the film and media company Principle Pictures and has produced nearly 20 documentaries including the features BEYOND BELIEF (Tribeca, Sundance Channel), THE LIST (Tribeca, PBS), and WHAT TOMORROW BRINGS (Hot Docs, PBS/POV). Her adaptation of WHAT TOMORROW BRINGS for the multimedia project FOREVERSTAN was recently honored with a national Edward R. Murrow Award.
Editor Mary Lampson
Mary Lampson is the talent behind the Academy Award-nominated TROUBLE THE WATER, and she co-edited Barbara Kopple’s Academy Award–winning HARLAN COUNTY, USA. She was co-producer and editor (with Emile de Antonio and Haskell Wexler) of UNDERGROUND; also Anne Makepeace’s RAIN IN A DRY LAND and Julia Reichart’s Emmy-nominated A LION IN THE HOUSE.
Executive Producer Charles M. Sennott
Charles Sennott is founder of The GroundTruth Project, an international news organization dedicated to training a new generation of international correspondents in the digital age and to increasing understanding on issues of social justice, including human rights, freedom of expression, emerging democracies, the environment, religious affairs and global health.
Co-Producer Nathan Tisdale
Nathan Tisdale’s credits include THE LIST (Tribeca Film Festival, PBS), THE INTERNET’S OWN BOY: THE STORY OF AARON SWARTZ (Sundance, Pivot), and #LiveLikeHaris (in production).