Who We Are

 

Philip Dolin

Producer-Director-Cinematographer

Philip has over 30 years of combined experience in filmmaking, producing, advertising and marketing. As a producer he created short films, commercials and over 65 Hip-Hop music videos for renowned artists including Salt-n-Pepa, Kid n’Play, MC Lyte and Monie Love. He has an MFA in film from Columbia University and directed and produced a feature film, B MOVIE that played at festivals in Europe and the US. In the world of advertising he was a Vice President, Senior Copywriter at Wunderman, one of the world’s largest direct marketing agencies where clients included AT&T, Microsoft, IBM and Citibank. He has a BA in History from Columbia College, Columbia University and spent 2 years in South America as a Fulbright Scholar. Philip is a producer on the feature documentary Deceptive Practice: The Mysteries and Mentors of Ricky Jay, which recently premiered at the 50th New York Film Festival and was distributed to over 50 cities in the US and Canada. He was Executive Producer and cinematographer on An Art That Nature Makes: The Photography of Rosamond Purcell, which played in theaters and museums around the country and is now distributed on DVD by Kino Lorber. Their most recent documentary TThe Show’s The Thing: The Legendary Promoters of Rock is currently playing in film festivals around world.

Philip has black belt in Shito-Ryu Karate and now trains in Krav Maga. He recently started playing the guitar.

 

Molly Bernstein

Producer-Director-Editor

Molly has worked extensively as an editor on documentary films including JEROME ROBBINS: SOMETHING TO DANCE ABOUT for AMERICAN MASTERS on PBS (winner of 2009 Emmy and Peabody Awards). Other credits include WITNESSES TO THE 20th CENTURY, a historical series written by Elaine May; and LIBERTY, a Peabody Award-winning six-hour documentary series on the American Revolution produced for PBS by Ellen Hovde and Muffie Meyer of Middlemarch Films. Molly has also produced and edited a variety of shows for WNET, AMC, Sundance Channel, A&E, History Channel, Court TV, Lifetime Television, The Learning Channel and others. Molly has a BA in European history from Barnard College and an MFA in film from Columbia University. She spent two years in Berlin working on feature films and is fluent in German. Her early training included work as an assistant editor on films by Martin Scorsese, Arthur Penn, Melvin Van Peebles, Jonathan Demme, Allison Anders and others. Molly is the director, producer and editor of Deceptive Practice: The Mysteries and Mentors of Ricky Jay, a feature length documentary that world premiered at the 50th New York Film Festival in 2012. The film was then distributed by Kino Lorber to over 50 cities in the US and Canada. Entertainment Weekly put the film on it’s list of the top 10 films of 2013. Molly directed and edited An Art That Nature Makes: The Photography of Rosamond Purcell, which was distributed by BOND360 and is now streaming and on DVD. Their current documentary The Show’s The Thing: The Legendary Promoters of Rock is now screening in film festivals in the US and Europe.

 

 

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