ABOUT ADRIENNE COLLATOS
Adrienne Collatos is a documentary filmmaker focused on social issue films and archival research and producing. She began her career at award-winning Moxie Firecracker Films in New York where she played a key role in the production of over five of Liz Garbus's films. Since then she has branched out into producing documentary shorts, and in 2016 was one of the producers on "24 Hours of Reality," a live broadcast for Al Gore's Climate Reality Project that included 24 documentary shorts filmed in 24 countries in just 3 months. In addition to shepherding feature-length documentaries from beginning to end, Adrienne story produces, helping filmmakers find subjects and secure rights, and specializes as an archival researcher and producer.
Most recently Adrienne co-produced Nothing Left Unsaid: Gloria Vanderbilt and Anderson Cooper, a Sundance 2016 Premiere, and associate produced the Academy award-nominated and Emmy award-winning, What Happened, Miss Simone? In 2015 Adrienne was named one of Impact Partner’s Emerging Documentary Producer Fellows. She is a graduate of Harvard University.
ABOUT KAREN K. H. SIM
Karen K. H. Sim is a documentary editor/producer who began work in documentaries as an editor on Maro Chermayeff’s Juilliard for the PBS series American Masters. She further honed her skills in storytelling by working with Frontline producer/director Ofra Bikel, editing a number of her films including Emmy award-winning An Ordinary Crime and The Burden of Innocence. Since then Karen has written, produced and edited numerous award-winning films. Most recently, she edited and co-produced for Liz Garbus on Nothing Left Unsaid: Gloria Vanderbilt and Anderson Cooper, which premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival.
In 2014, Karen won the Sundance Film Festival Documentary Editing Award for her work on Watchers of the Sky, directed by Edet Belzberg.