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Suzanne Niedland
Producer, Director, Writer, Editor, Research, Cinematographer

An actor and award winning filmmaker, Suzanne has been active in the entertainment industry for most of her life. She has worked professionally on stage and television, voice-overs and in radio as co-host for the top rated morning show in North Florida. Suzanne completed the year-long prestigious Burt Reynolds Institute for Theatre Training in 1990, where she studied with Burt Reynolds and many other respected professionals, and continued actor’s training in Los Angeles with, among others, Larry Moss and The Groundlings. Suzanne co-produced and acted in a short film, Opportunity Knocks, with Tristan Rogers of General Hospital fame, which has screened at festivals and awarded a CINE Golden Eagle.

Suzanne received her B.S. in Telecommunications and her M.A. degree, with distinction, in documentary filmmaking from the Documentary Institute at University of Florida. She is an independent producer and president of BusEye Films, LLC, where she has several projects in various stages of development. Her latest production, "What is Art?" was awarded a Silver Telly a CINE Golden Eagle and a CINE Special Jury Award.

Suzanne serves on the Executive Board for the Palm Beach Film and Television Commission; Chair of the Burt Reynolds Institute for Film and Theatre; Advisory Board for the Documentary Institute at University of Florida; and National Committee for the Performing Arts at the Kennedy Center.  Among Suzanne’s many professional memberships are Screen Actors Guild, Actors Equity Association, IFP, International Documentary Association and Women in Film L.A. And N.Y.



Anberin Pasha
Research, Director, Writer, Editor, Cinematographer

Anberin's current project is a documentary film on Roma women in Serbia, where she currently lives. Roma women have been marginalized, made invisible and are perhaps the most abused group in Serbia. The film attemts to identify Roma women who are involved in activism as they challenge their status quo in politics and follows their journey as they seek to define themselves. The film is in association with Women's Reconstruction Fund, Belgrade.

Besides working with various Non Governmental Organizations on films, Anberin contributes articles to the English newsweekly in Belgrade.

 


"Miss Lil's Camp" was produced in conjunction with The Documentary Institute, College of Journalism & Communications at the University of Florida


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