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  1. Jeremy Stulberg, Producer/Director

    Editor and filmmaker Jeremy Stulberg’s film Off the Grid: Life on the Mesa, co-directed with sister Randy, screened at over 40 film festivals worldwide, won eight best documentary prizes, was nominated for a Gotham Award, premiered on the Sundance Channel and was released on Netflix and iTunes. His work with Randy has been shown at the Museum of Modern Art and Lincoln Center, and they’ve received grants from ITVS, The Sundance Documentary Fund, Tribeca All Access, NYSCA, The Schwab Charitable Trust, and the Colin Higgins Foundation. Jeremy’s editing credits include The Education of Shelby Knox (Sundance, PBS’ POV), White Horse (Berlin Film Festival, HBO), several episodes of PBS’ NOVA, and the Independent Lens film Young Lakota. He is a graduate of NYU.

  2. Randy Stulberg, Producer/Director

    Randy Stulberg is a filmmaker and writer whose film Off the Grid: Life on the Mesa, co-directed with brother Jeremy, screened at over 40 film festivals worldwide, won eight best documentary prizes, was nominated for a Gotham Award, premiered on the Sundance Channel and was released on Netflix and iTunes. Her work has been shown at the Museum of Modern Art and Lincoln Center and with Jeremy she’s received grants from ITVS, The Sundance Documentary Fund, Tribeca All Access, NYSCA, The Schwab Charitable Trust, and the Colin Higgins Foundation. She has produced and shot for MTV, CNN.com, Discovery, Current TV,Vice, and the Posse Foundation. She is a graduate of NYU.

  3. Eric Juhola, Producer

    Eric Juhola produced the Sundance Channel documentary and Gotham Award nominee Off the Grid: Life on the Mesa. His untitled transgender youth documentary has received grants from the Sundance Documentary Fund and Tribeca Film Institute. Previously, Eric's television directing and producing credits include The Dr. Oz Show for Oprah Winfrey’s Harpo Productions, and The Barbara Walters Specials on ABC. Eric is a member of the Producer’s Guild of America and a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.