About the team
Blair Doroshwalther (Director, Producer) Blair (who identifies as gender non-conforming and uses both male and female pronouns) is a social issue documentary director, experienced production designer, and activist artist with a passion for inspiring action for social justice through media. Blair graduated with a BFA in Film from NYU (Cum laude) and was awarded the Adam Balsano Award for social significance in documentary filmmaking for hir short documentary “Metsi,” on water privatization’s impact on women in a South African township. Hir short documentary “Cry Don’t Cry,” on bereavement experienced through the eyes of a diverse group of teenagers, is distributed worldwide through Aquarius Videos and won the National Health Information Awards’ Silver Award in 2005. Blair’s feature documentary in post-production, Out in the Night, has been recognized and supported by the Sundance Film Institute, Jerome Foundation, Frameline, Women in Film Finishing Fund, and NYSCA, among other foundations. Blair’s non-filmmaking work focuses on social justice issues. Blair has worked at Harlem United, servicing homeless clients with HIV/AIDS, and rayogram, a web design company for non-profits, and studied the impact of clients’ digital engagement campaigns.