Nancy Schwartzman is director and producer of Victim/Suspect. She is a Peabody-nominated documentary filmmaker, and a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science and the Directors Guild of America. She is the director and Executive Producer of the all female true crime series Sasha Reid and the Midnight Order, debuting July 2024 on Hulu/Disney+, produced with XTR studios. Her debut documentary Roll Red Roll was nominated for a Peabody Award and garnered 7 best documentary awards, premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival and Hot Docs. Her short films including One Shot One Kill, for Mother Jones and Anonymous Comes To Town, co-produced with the Tribeca Film Institute and Gucci’s Chime for Change, have garnered over 5 million views. She directed the CineReach short film xoxosms for POV and The Line. In July 2022, she released the New York Times notable non-fiction book Roll Red Roll: Rape, Power and Football in the American Heartland. In her past life, she was a tech founder and the winner of awards from the Obama/Biden White House and the United Nations. See Nancy’s previous films: Roll Red Roll | Anonymous Comes To Town | The Line | xoxosms


Rachel de Leon is a reporter and producer for TV and documentaries for Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting. Her work has been recognized with Emmy, duPont, National Murrow, and Loeb awards. In 2014, she completed her first short documentary, “Cab City,” for her master’s thesis in the documentary program at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. De Leon is based in the Bay Area.


Julie Goldman is an Oscar-nominated and Emmy Award-winning producer of documentary feature films and series. Julie is the first documentary producer to receive the Amazon Studios Sundance Institute Producer’s Award and the Cinereach Producer’s Award. She produced Victim/Suspect, Cassandro, Nanfu Wang’s Peabody-winning In The Same Breath, and Todd Haynes’ acclaimed The Velvet Underground, and Academy Award nominated films Life, Animated and Abacus. Julie executive produced The Eternal Memory, Academy Award nominated The Mole Agent, Peabody and Emmy-winning A Thousand Cuts. Julie is developing a new slate of films and series with directors including Roger Ross Williams, Isabel Castro, Pernille Rose Grønkjær and Maite Alberdi.



Christopher Clements is an Emmy and Peabody Award-winning producer and partner at Motto Pictures. He produced Victim/Suspect, The Return of Tanya Tucker featuring Brandi Carlile and American Pain. Nanfu Wang’s Peabody-winning In The Same Breath, and Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner Once Child Nation, and Todd Haynes’ Oscar Shortlisted The Velvet Underground. Christopher executive produced The Eternal Memory, Academy Award nominated The Mole Agent, Peabody and Emmy Award winner A Thousand Cuts. Christopher has a slate of films and series in development and is currently producing films with directors including Roger Ross Williams, Isabel Castro, Pernille Rose Grønkjær and Maite Alberdi.



Alice Henty is an award winning producer and partner at Maylo Films. She produced Welcome to Chechnya [2020], which won the Grand Jury Prize for editing in US documentary competition at Sundance and three awards at Berlinale, including the Panorama Audience Award. It went on to win several awards including a BAFTA and a Peabody as well as Producing awards at Doc NYC and Cinema Eye. Prior to that she produced The Work [2017], which won the Grand Jury prize at SXSW, the Audience Award at Sheffield and was a Gotham Award nominee. Previous credits include Skyladder, Happy Valley, Citizen Koch, Beware of Mr. Baker, Buck and The Tillman Story. She is a Sundance Creative Producing Fellow.



Amanda Pike is an Emmy, Peabody and duPont Award-winning journalist and the Director of TV and Documentaries at The Center for Investigative Reporting. She recently produced The Grab, which premiered on opening night of the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival. She executive produced the Oscar-nominated short documentary Heroin(e) for Netflix. She was executive producer of the inaugural year of the Glassbreaker Films initiative, supporting women-identifying filmmakers and journalists. Before joining CIR, she spent several years reporting and producing documentaries around the world for PBS, CBS, ABC, National Geographic, A&E, Lifetime and The Learning Channel, among others. Pike also has dabbled in fiction filmmaking, producing the short film On the Assassination of the President, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.



Victim/Suspect is Inbal’s latest in a list of documentaries she edited dealing with sexual assault, including “Brave Miss World” (2014, Emmy-nominated,) and “SEDUCED: Inside the NXIVM Cult,”  (2020, ACE Editing Award nominee). Her other credits include “I Have Never Forgotten You,” about Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal, NAACP Image Award nominee “The Two Killings of Sam Cooke,” and seven episodes of CNN’s Emmy-nominated “Decades” series, including the ACE Award nominee “The Nineties: Can We All Get Along.” Inbal has been a Visiting Professor of Film Editing at UNCSA and is currently on the Faculty of AFI Conservatory.



Emmy winner and five-time nominee Kim Roberts has directed, written or edited documentaries for over two decades, most notably directing and editing COUPLES THERAPY on Showtime, writing and editing FOOD, INC, and editing over two dozen feature documentaries including WAITING FOR SUPERMAN, THE HUNTING GROUND, UNREST, THE SILENCE OF OTHERS and INEQUALITY FOR ALL. Her filmography includes ten Sundance films, two Sundance Grand Prize winners, three Peabody recipients, and three Oscar nominees.  She’s won the WGA award for Best Documentary Screenplay, and the Sundance Award for Best Documentary Editing. Kim is an active member of the American Cinema Editors (ACE), and the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences.  She received her Masters in Documentary Film & Video from Stanford University.



Jenni Morello is an Emmy-nominated documentary cinematographer. She received critical acclaim for her cinematography on Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady’s ONE OF US, (Netflix, 2017) Beth Aala’s MADE IN BOISE (PBS 2019), and Paula Eislet and Tanya Lewis Lee’s AFTERSHOCK (Hulu/Onyx 2022.) Expanding on a strong foundation of advocacy-driven storytelling, Jenni recently worked on; They Call me Magic a series on Apple TV+  and a feature documentary about beloved author Judy Blume. She holds an MFA from the School of Visual Arts in social documentary film and was named to DOC NYC’s 40 under 40 list in 2018.



Tracy Jarrett is a Peabody and Emmy-award winning documentary filmmaker whose vérité style storytelling has documented some of the most high-profile stories of the last decade. Her work on the HBO special, “Charlottesville: Race and Terror,” earned 4 Emmy awards, a Peabody Award, and was TIME’s 2017 TV episode of the year. She has most recently worked as a Producer on MTV Studios and Motto Pictures’ “The Fire That Took Her,” a soon to be announced series for Concordia Studio and Netflix, and is now Directing her debut feature film.



Daniel Torres first joined Motto Pictures in 2017. Daniel was an associate producer on Emmy-nominated Bully. Coward. Victim. The Story of Roy Cohn, directed by Ivy Meeropol, and Todd Haynes’ Oscar-shortlisted The Velvet Underground. He is the co-producer of Victim/Suspect, which is premiering at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival, Kathlyn Horan’s The Return of Tanya Tucker: Featuring Brandi Carlile, winner of the 2022 SXSW Film Festival Audience Award, and HBO’s upcoming Donna Summer documentary directed by Roger Ross Williams and Brooklyn Sudano. He is currently developing and producing a number of new projects with Motto Pictures.



Sabrina Schmidt Gordon is a documentary filmmaker and impact strategist from NYC. Since her Emmy-winning editing debut, she has distinguished herself as a producer, editor, and director. Sabrina is a Women at Sundance Fellow, recipient of the Dear Producer Award for excellence in independent filmmaking, and a member of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Sabrina is the producer of the critically-acclaimed QUEST and TO THE END, both of which premiered at Sundance. She is the co-director, producer and editor of the Emmy-nominated BaddDDD Sonia Sanchez, and producer and editor of DOCUMENTED, which had record-breaking viewership on CNN.



A classical pianist, cellist and vocalist, Morgan Kibby has soloed with orchestra internationally and toured globally as a core member of french band M83.   Kibby has co-written, performed and produced on multiple Grammy nominated & number 1 albums including Panic! at the Disco, Harry Styles and Lady Gaga.

A 2016 Sundance Composer Lab Alumna, Kibby has gone on to score numerous projects for Amazon, Netflix, Hulu & the CW, as well as narrative features premiering at many international festivals including the official competition at Cannes.  Her most recent OST releases include “Mothering Sunday” Starring Josh O’Connor and Olivia Coleman, Netflix’s “The Watcher” and the BBc’s “Am I Being Unreasonable”.



Eliza works closely with clients to help determine their goals and vision for engagement and impact. Recent and current projects include Roll Red Roll, DISCLOSURE and Abortion Helpline: This is Lisa. Before starting RED OWL, she spent 17 years building and expanding the community engagement and education department at POV, American Documentary.



Alice is an impact and engagement producer with more than ten years of experience using storytelling to drive social change. At Red Owl, she leads campaigns with responsive strategies and an eye for creative partnerships and community-based work. Previously, as the Director of Community Engagement and Education at POV, Alice developed national engagement campaigns for POV documentaries, produced resources around POV’s features, shorts and digital projects, and facilitated 700+ free screenings nationwide every year with her team.



Lily Donnell works as an impact associate for Red Owl. She holds a B.A in French Language and English Literature from Lewis & Clark College and spent a year studying at Université de Strasbourg in France. After moving back to her hometown of Los Angeles, Lily interned briefly in the legal field before transitioning into impact coordination for films like Roll Red Roll and on Red Owl’s various projects. These experiences have solidified her interest in working on documentary films with a social issue focus. A new voice in the documentary space, she continues to broaden her knowledge and experience in social impact and engagement strategy while contributing to impact campaigns as a part of the Red Owl team.