David Felix Sutcliffe, Producer/Director
David Felix Sutcliffe is an emerging filmmaker, a multi-media artist, and a youth media educator. He has been honored with a National Scholastic Art and Writing award for his work as a media educator with the Harlem Children’s Zone, and has received artist grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts, and the Independent Television Service. He has worked as a cinematographer on films in Paris, Indonesia, and Kansas, and conducted a series of personal documentary workshops with refugees from Somalia, Ethiopia, and Sudan at Dadaab Refugee Camp in northern Kenya with producer Su Kim. He works as a teaching artist with the Tribeca Film Institute. Adama is his first full-length film.
Su Kim, Producer
Su Kim is a documentary producer, based in New York City. Ms. Kim has worked with Anne Makepeace, Aviva Slesin, Alice Elliott, Jill Eikenberry, and Michael Tucker. She co-produced Kimjongilia (directed by NC Heikin), which premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, and Adama, an ITVS Open Call funded documentary. Ms. Kim was awarded a CPB/PBS Producers Workshop scholarship and participated in the 2008 Sundance Institute's Independent Producers Conference.