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Xavier Cousens

Hello, my name is Xavier Cousens, and I'm a documentary filmmaker and journalist based in Brooklyn, NY. I work at the Wall Street Journal as a print reporter and I’m member of the Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective and the Video Consortium. Please visit my website to learn more about my work experience: xaviercousens.com I'm interested in working in all types of films but my primary experience is working on verité type documentaries. The greatest part about working on docs is the variety of subject matter but the films that resonate the most with me are projects where there isn't a clear right or wrong. I'm currently available to work on projects.

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Xuan Vu

Xuan Vu is a Southeast Emmy-winning documentary filmmaker and editor whose core motivation is to amplify the voices of those who otherwise would not be heard. With a keen interest in nonfiction media for social justice, political reform, animal rights, and environmental causes, Xuan continuously devotes her energies and skills to shedding light upon vehicles of positive change. Her independent documentary work spans the globe, from a youth foundation for orphaned children in Colombia to female migrant workers in Nepal, and has garnered international recognition at numerous festivals (including DocNYC, Indie Grits, American Documentary Film Festival, the United Nations Association Film Festival) and won several distinguished awards (including the “Best Documentary Feature Film” award at the 2019 San Antonio Black International Film Festival for her work on While I Breathe, I Hope, the “Audience Choice Award for Best Feature” at the 2015 Viet Film Fest for Can, “Best New Mexico Film” at the 2010 Duke City DocFest for Reclaiming Their Voice, and the Critic’s Choice Award for “Best Documentary Feature” from the Broadcast Critics of America for Stealing America: Vote by Vote). Her most recent feature film, While I Breathe, I Hope, on which she served as a producer and principal editor, was nominated for a 2020 Southeast Emmy award in the "Editor-Program" category and won the "Documentary-Topical" category. She has also worked extensively on network television series, including CNN’s This Is Life with Lisa Ling, Showtime’s Dark Net, and PBS’s America by the Number with Maria Hinojosa.

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