Aaron Kopp is an award-winning filmmaker and Emmy®-nominated cinematographer who grew up in the Kingdom of Swaziland. Kopp shot and co-produced the Academy Award®-winning documentary "Saving Face," directed by Daniel Junge, and also recently filmed for Kirby Dick’s Academy Award®-nominated documentary "The Invisible War," which won the Audience Award at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. Based in Denver, Kopp has worked on films throughout Africa, Europe, Asia, the US, and the South Pacific. For his short documentary "Likhaya," he was awarded a Golden Palm, People’s Choice, and Best Documentary awards at international festivals. He has worked as a videographer, co-producer, and assistant editor on films for HBO, National Geographic, Discovery, UK Channel 4, CBS 48hrs, and PBS. Kopp was recently awarded a MacArthur Foundation grant for the feature-length documentary he is directing in Swaziland, and was named one of The Independent’s “Ten Filmmakers to Watch” in 2012.