We confront society's hidden challenges. And we honor those that fight them. One story at a time.
Two People, One Vision.
Karen Pritzker is an editor, writer and film producer. In addition to producing The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia, she cofounded the My Hero Project, an award winning website that tells the stories of ordinary people who have accomplished extraordinary things. She's also the President of Seedlings Foundation, whose mission is to support programs that nourish the physical and mental health of families.
James Redford writes, produces, and directs for film and television. His films include Paper Tigers, The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia, Mann V. Ford, The Kindness of Strangers, and Toxic Hot Seat. Redford is the co-founder and chair of The Redford Center, a non-profit organization committed to transforming environmental and social challenges into stories that inspire action and change.
Producer of Distribution
Peter Broderick designs and implements customized distribution strategies to maximize impact, audience, and revenues for independent filmmakers around the world. He is head of distribution for KPJR Films (The Big Picture, Paper Tigers, and Resilience). You can read his articles about the new world of distribution at www.peterbroderick.com.
Communications and Community Engagement
Lynn Waymer directs development and execution of communications and community engagement strategies. Formerly director of distribution for HBO, she's worked on creating localized marketing, community partnerships, and screening events for KPJR films, including The Big Picture: Re-thinking Dyslexia, Paper Tigers, and Resilience.