Peter Miller (Director)

Peter Miller’s award-winning documentaries include the theatrically released A.K.A. DOC POMUS, JEWS AND BASEBALL: AN AMERICAN LOVE STORY, and SACCO AND VANZETTI. With Carlos Sandoval, he directed the Latino civil rights documentary A CLASS APART, which was recently acquired by Eva Longoria to become a feature film. With Renée Silverman, he produced, directed and shot SOSÚA: MAKE A BETTER WORLD, about a theater project uniting Jewish and Latino teenagers, and REFUGEE KIDS: ONE SMALL SCHOOL TAKES ON THE WORLD, now in film festivals. His musical film THE INTERNATIONALE was short-listed for an Academy Award nomination. A long-time producer for Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, he’s served in various producing roles on landmark PBS programs including JAZZ, THE WAR, and the Peabody Award-winning FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT. Peter’s latest film, PROJECTIONS OF AMERICA, tells a story of how documentary film can help us imagine a better world – a goal he aspires to in his own filmmaking work.


Amy Linton (Editor)

Amy Linton has edited numerous award-winning films including Julie Dash’s landmark DAUGHTERS OF THE DUST, a Sundance winner which had the honor of being selected for the Library of Congress’ National Film Registry in 2004. Amy has continued her collaboration with Julie Dash on projects for Showtime and PBS. She has worked on dozens of documentaries, feature films, and music videos in her 25-year career, including GOIN’ TO CHICAGO,THE ADVENTURES OF OCIEE NASH, Academy Award nominee BUILDING BOMBS and David Zeiger’s P.O.V. film, THE BAND. She has collaborated with Peter Miller as editor of THE INTERNATIONALE, editor and producer of SACCO AND VANZETTI, editor and associate producer of JEWS AND BASEBALL, which won the award for best editing at the Breckenridge Festival of Film, editor and associate producer of A.K.A. DOC POMUS, and editor of PROJECTIONS OF AMERICA.


Antonio Rossi (Director of Photography)

Antonio (Tony) Rossi is a New York based director of photography whose work is deeply rooted in the documentary tradition. During the past 15 years, Tony has shot numerous documentary films and television productions for HBO, Showtime, PBS, Vice, National Geographic, Bravo, ABC, A&E, The History Channel, The Discovery Channel, MTV, and TruTV. “Projections of America” is his third collaboration with Director Peter Miller. Additionally, Tony has worked extensively with Alex Gibney’s Jigsaw Productions, serving as Director of Photography on the upcoming “Zero Days,” which will premiere at the 2016 Berlin Film Festival, “Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown” for HBO, and “Death Row Stories” for CNN, among others. He also photographed Charles Ferguson’s first film, “No End in Sight,” which won the Special Jury Prize at Sundance, as well as numerous other awards. Other credits include principal director of photography for Stanley Nelson’s two most recent projects, “Freedom Summer,” and “The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution.”