Paula Eiselt is an independent filmmaker and graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. 93QUEEN is her feature film directorial debut.
Eiselt's work has been supported by ITVS, the Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program with support from Open Society Foundations and Just Films | Ford Foundation; the New York State Council on the Arts; Fork Films; Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund, with support from the Oath Foundation; the International Documentary Association Pare Lorentz Documentary Fund; Picture Motion; the Hartley Film Foundation; and WMM.
In 2017, 93QUEEN was awarded the inaugural First Look Pitch Fund prize at the Hot Docs International Pitch Forum. Previously, Eiselt was a 2017 Sundance Creative Producing Summit Fellow and a 2016 IFP Lab fellow.
Eiselt is currently a POV/Wyncote Filmmaker Fellow.
Heidi Reinberg , Producer
Heidi Reinberg's work spans the breadth of the nonfiction realm, from long-form docs for PBS, HBO and LOGO to reality television for HGTV, to series development for branded-content powerhouse Cinelan.
Previously, Reinberg developed the nonfiction series War Photographers/Exposure with Ross Kauffman for NBCUniversal and produced Cynthia Wade's first two films, Grist for the Mill and Shelter Dogs for Cinemax and HBO, respectively. She also served as consulting producer on Mai Iskander's two feature docs, Garbage Dreams (Independent Lens) and Words of Witness (Al Jazeera America).
In addition to her work in the feature doc space, Reinberg has traveled the world directing numerous episodes of the cult favorite HGTV series House Hunters International. She can't wait to go back to Dubrovnik.