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Oscar-nominated & two-time Emmy-winning Investigative Filmmaker

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Oscar-Nominated & Two-Time Emmy-Winning Investigative Filmmaker

The Woman Behind the Last Decade’s Most Important Films About Sexual Assault

Activist and Changemaker

Award-winning investigative filmmaker and activist Amy Ziering is the woman behind the last decade’s most important films about sexual assault that have directly impacted American culture and politics.

Alongside her creative partner Kirby Dick, Ziering’s work is a lightning rod for conversation with lauded works such as The Invisible War, The Hunting Ground, The Bleeding Edge, On the Record, and Allen v. Farrow. Ziering is the recipient of countless prestigious awards including an Oscar nomination, two Emmy awards, a Peabody, an Independent Spirit Award, a duPont-Columbia award, and the George Polk Award. An advocate for equity and justice, Ziering has been instrumental in making documentaries that have resulted in real world change with over 35 laws and 5 congressional hearings directly related to her filmography.

Passionate, candid and inspiring, Ziering’s on-the-ground approach to her work makes her the perfect person to speak about the impact of media on transforming culture, improvising activism on topics that have previously been impenetrable for a national discourse, and on the difference equity and parity on screen makes.

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Amy's willingness to tell hard stories without pulling punches, but always with empathy for those most deeply affected by abuse and violence, make her a fierce and effective advocate and an irresistible story teller. Her body of work on sexual violence centers the voices and agency of victims and has helped change how powerful institutions like the US military and colleges respond to and prevent sexual violence.

- Hannah Skvarla, CEO & Co-Founder of The Little Market

Amy's willingness to tell hard stories without pulling punches, but always with empathy for those most deeply affected by abuse and violence, make her a fierce and effective advocate and an irresistible story teller. Her body of work on sexual violence centers the voices and agency of victims and has helped change how powerful institutions like the US military and colleges respond to and prevent sexual violence.

- Hannah Skvarla, CEO & Co-Founder of The Little Market

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Hannah Skvarla, CEO & Co-Founder of The Little Market

Gavin Newsom, Governor of California

Ben Allen, California State Senator

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Derrida: Screenplay and Essays on the Film

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Derrida: Screenplay and Essays on the Film

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