Pamela Tanner Boll
Pamela Tanner Boll is the Director of Who Does She Think She Is?, a film about five artists who are mothers. She is the Co-Executive Producer of Academy Award-winning Born into Brothels, and the Executive Producer of five documentaries: Connected, In a Dream, Our Summer in Tehran, Strange Powers: Stephin Merritt and the Magnetic Fields and Living in Emergency: Stories of Doctors without Borders. She is currently directing A Small, Good Thing, a film about people who have abandoned the belief that more is better to find different kinds of happiness.
Paula Kirk is the Producer of A Small, Good Thing, Mystic Artists’ current production. She is also the Marketing & Outreach Coordinator for Mystic Artists’ 2008 film Who Does She Think She Is? Paula has collaborated with Director Pamela Tanner Boll on various projects for more than 15 years.
Kerthy Fix is the Director and Producer of Strange Powers: Stephin Merritt and the Magnetic Fields and Co-Producer of Who Does She Think She Is? Fix also directed the 2010 music documentary Le Tigre: On Tour and has co-produced several other documentaries for film and television. She recently shot and produced a ten-part series on National Geographic Channel called, Amish: Out of Order. She is currently producing A Small, Good Thing with Director Pamela Tanner Boll.
Lindsay Richardson grew up in New York City, where her father nicknamed her ‘Land of a Thousand Questions’. That inquisitive nature led her to documentary filmmaking, where she has turned a lyrical lens on questions of place, culture, and social justice. At Brown University’s Watson Institute for International Studies, she made short films that explored academic ideas in conversational language, on subjects ranging from communal memory in Ethiopia to austerity in Europe. As an MFA candidate at SVA’s SocDoc program, she profiled a comic book artist with Asperger’s syndrome in the verite short No Subtitles. Her upcoming feature-length debut, Close to the Fire, profiles activists working to ignite change on three continents.