Kathleen Lingo works as a non-fiction director, producer, shooter, and editor in both English and Spanish. She graduated from the University of Chicago where she studied Classics and Biology. She owns a complete Sony EX1 kit with sound. Kathleen has worked on numerous television and documentary film projects, including:
--Producer/Shooter/Editor, "The End of the Nile," a long form news documentary aired "HDNet World Report"
--Senior Producer, "The Takeaway," a daily national morning news show co-produced by WNYC, the New York Times, WGBH and the BBC.
--Co-Executive Producer, "BOY," a short film that premiered at the Cannes Film festival in 2011.
--Producer, "Laredo, Texas," a short film that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2010.
--Associate Producer, "The Spirit of Salsa," a HBO feature documentary executive producer by Sheila Nevins. It premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and aired on HBO in August 2010.
--Associate Producer,“The IFC Media Project,” a nonfiction tv series on the Independent Film Channel (IFC) produced by the Academy Award nominee Meghan O’Hara and hosted by Gideon Yago.
--“The End of America,” documentary based on the New York Times best-selling book written by Naomi Wolf and directed by Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg.
--“Gonzo: the Life and Times of Hunter S. Thompson” and the Oscar-winning “Taxi to the Dark Side,” both directed by Alex Gibney.
--Director, Shooter, Editor "Villa Miseria," a short documentary about young women who live in a shantytown in Buenos Aires, Argentina that is part of the Women Make Movies Production Assistance Program.
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