About the team
Malika Zouhali-Worrall (Director) is a British-Moroccan filmmaker based in New York. An Emmy Award-winning director, her directing credits include the multi-award-winning Call Me Kuchu (Berlinale / Netflix / BBC, 2012), Thank You For Playing (Tribeca, POV/ITVS, News & Television Emmy Award, 2015), the pilot episode of ARTE’s Earn A Living web series (IDFA, 2018), and an upcoming short for PBS American Masters, Strange Grace: The Art of Amyra Le√≥n (set to premiere in 2020). Malika is a 2015 Firelight Lab Fellow, a 2019 Chicken & Egg Awardee, and a 2020 Sundance Momentum Fellow.
Kishori Rajan (Producer) is the Executive Producer of HBO’s Random Acts of Flyness, which received a Peabody Award for “breaking the mold of what TV can be.” In 2019, Kishori received the Cinereach Producer Award for her “remarkable commitment to complex and authentic films.” Upcoming credits include three new series for Hulu, Disney+ and Participant Media. A 2017 Cannes Producers Fellow, Kishori’s producing credits include the feature films: The Short History of the Long Road (Tribeca, 2019), The Price (Samuel Goldwyn Films), and American Fable (IFC Films).
Danielle Varga (Producer) is a nonfiction producer based in Brooklyn. She most recently produced Brett Story’s The Hottest August (True/False, SXSW ‚Äò19) and she co-produced Kirsten Johnson’s award-winning film Cameraperson (Sundance ‚Äò16). Danielle was listed on DOC NYC’s inaugural list of “40 Under 40” filmmakers to watch and she was a 2016-2017 Sundance Creative Producing Fellow.