David Osit (Director/Producer/Editor) is a documentary film director, editor and composer. His work has appeared on PBS, HBO, NBC, VICE, TLC, Al Jazeera America, Channel 4 and Arte. His first feature documentary, Building Babel, opened the second season of PBS WORLD Channel's America ReFramed series in 2013 and played at film festivals worldwide. David was co-producer and composer for Where Heaven Meets Hell, which won Best Feature Documentary at the 2012 Hawaii International Film Festival and opened the 2013 season of PBS WORLD Channel's Global Voices. He is also an editor of Live From New York!, the opening-night film at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival, which was broadcast on NBC in fall 2015.
David received his bachelor's degree from the Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies at the University of Michigan and studied refugee law at the American University in Cairo. He received his master's degree in social documentary film from the School of Visual Arts in New York, where he received the Anthony Rhodes Vice Presidential Scholarship.
Malika Zouhali-Worrall (Director/Producer/Editor) is an award-winning director, producer and editor of British/Moroccan origin. She is one of the directors and the producer of Call Me Kuchu (2012), which premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival, and won the Teddy Award for Best Documentary and the Cinema Fairbindet Prize. It has since screened at more than 200 film festivals worldwide, and was theatrically released in North America and Europe to critical acclaim. Malika is the recipient of a Chaz and Roger Ebert Fellowship for emerging directors and an alumnus of the Film Independent Documentary Lab, the Tribeca All Access program, the Firelight Media Producers' Lab and the Garrett Scott Documentary Development Grant at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival. In 2012, Filmmaker magazine named her one of 25 New Faces of Independent Film. She is a graduate of Cambridge University and holds a master's degree in international affairs from the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po), where she studied with a full scholarship from the Entente Cordiale Scholarship Scheme. Malika lives in Brooklyn, N.Y., with her husband, journalist Andy Greenberg.