1. Susan Mogul, Producer

    Susan Mogul, mixes and blurs genres — autobiography, documentary, and ethnography — to create narratives out the everyday. Turning her barbed wit both inward and outward, this feminist filmmaker reflects on women’s private and public lives. Mogul began by producing an important series of humorous and staunchly feminist performance videos in the 1970s, and then expanded to more complex and experimental forms of narrative, including feature-length work. Driving Men (2008) is her most comprehensive autobiographical film.