Biographies

Liz Garbus

Liz Garbus ("Brain Imaging," "What Is Addiction?") co-founded Moxie Firecracker, Inc., an independent documentary production company, with filmmaker Rory Kennedy in 1998. Her directorial credits include "The Farm: Angola, USA," which was nominated for an Academy Award®, and won two Emmys® and the Sundance Grand Jury Prize; "The Execution Of Wanda Jean" (HBO); "The Nazi Officer's Wife" (A&E); "Girlhood" (Wellspring/TLC); and "Xiara's Song" (HBO). Most recently she produced "Yo Soy Boricua!, Pa Que Tu Lo Sepas" for IFC, a film about Puerto Rican culture, directed by Rosie Perez. Last year, Garbus and Rory Kennedy executive produced the Academy Award®-nominated "Street Fight." She is currently in production on a documentary for HBO





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