Kate Davis and David Heilbroner
Kate Davis and David Heilbroner ("The Adolescent Addict") have been producing award-winning documentaries for 15 years. They directed and produced HBO's Emmy® Award-winning "Jockey," as well as "Plastic Disasters." Their film "Scopes: The Battle Over America's Soul" (The History Channel, 2006) was part of the Emmy®- winning series "Ten Days That Unexpectedly Changed America." "Pucker Up: The Fine Art of Whistling" (Special Jury Prize and Audience Award, Florida Film Festival, 2004) was broadcast worldwide and had domestic theatrical release. Davis produced and directed the Emmy®-nominated "Southern Comfort," which won over 25 international awards, including the Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary at the Sundance Film Festival (2001). Davis' "Girltalk" (1988) was released theatrically and broadcast on PBS. She won the Golden Eagle Award for Editing for "A World Alive" (1990). David Heilbroner is a former Manhattan prosecutor and author who has been making documentary films for more than ten years. He was senior producer for "Crime Stories," a series for Court TV (1999), and directed/produced "Transgender Revolution," "Life After Death Row," "The Dark Side of Parole," "Anti-Gay Hate Crimes," and "Untying the Straightjacket" (A&E Networks).