John Ridley | Director & Producer
John Ridley’s critically acclaimed documentary about the Los Angeles uprising LET IT FALL: LOS ANGELES 1982-1992 premiered in theaters and aired on ABC in April. In theaters theaters and on Netflix & itunes November 2017. Ridley previously won an Oscar® for writing “12 Years a Slave” and was the creator, director, and executive producer of ABC’s Emmy-winning series “American Crime.” His limited series “Guerilla,” with Idris Elba, Freida Pinto, and Babou Ceesay, recently aired on Showtime and Sky.
Jeanmarie Condon | Producer
Jeanmarie Condon is currently Sr. Executive Producer for documentaries at ABC’s Lincoln Square Productions and is a veteran producer, writer and director of both documentary and news programs. Prior to joining Lincoln Square she was a Sr producer for ABC’s acclaimed documentaries series Peter Jennings Reporting and the Executive Producer of the iconic late night magazine program Nightline. Her work has earned 3 DuPont, 3 Peabody, 13 Emmy Awards, 40 Emmy nominations, 5 Edward R Murrow, and 3 NABJ awards among other awards and recognition. Along with her work with Mr. Jennings she has partnered with Ted Koppel, Diane Sawyer, Christiane Amanpour, Martha Raddatz, Anderson Cooper, and currently director John Ridley.
Morgan Hertzman | Executive producer
Morgan Hertzan is Senior Vice President and Executive in Charge at Lincoln Square Studios at Disney-ABC Television Group. He is an Emmy Award-winning producer, entrepreneur and media executive who joined ABC in April 2013. He serves as executive in charge of Lincoln Square Studios as well as Vice President of non-fiction content development business in cable, broadcast and digital, reporting to James Goldston.
Melia J. Patria | Producer
Melia Patria is a journalist and producer for Lincoln Square Productions and ABC News. She has produced documentaries and specials for A&E and PBS, as well as hundreds of domestic and international stories for ABC’s venerated late night news program "Nightline," in addition to reports for World News and Good Morning America. She’s earned a Gracie for individual achievement in news producing, and a number of her projects have received national recognition, including Murrows, Gracies and Front Page awards. She is a Pulitzer fellow graduate of Columbia Journalism School.
Fatima Curry | Co-Producer
Fatima Curry is a producer based in New York. A true citizen of the world, Curry’s gregariousness has allowed her to both witness and get permission to tell some of the most important stories of our era. Her work has ranged from capturing visual stories of Kenyan Masai women living on the fridges of modernity to going door to door in South Central, Los Angeles archiving first hand accounts of what led to the Rodney King uprising. Curry’s past roles include producing/creative direction for Nickelodeon and Sony Music; photography for Newsweek and founder of creative studio GWonders. Currently in production is her documentary, "Rearview," a startling look at the potentially deadly world of butt augmentation.
Michael ‘Mick’ Gochanour | Post Producer
Mick Gochanour is a producer/director who has been working in documentaries and film restorations for over 30 years. His body of work includes films for The Rolling Stones, Albert Maysels, Jean-Luc Godard, and Chilean surrealist Alejandro Jodorowsky. He won a Grammy in 2004 for the production of "Sam Cooke: Legend," the first biography of the 60’s icon. His own film "Charlie is my Darling: Ireland 1965," was a critical success, and won the Grammy for best Historical Recording in 2013.
Colin Rich | Editor
Colin Rich is a motion picture editor and a graduate of the University of Michigan. He has worked on numerous pilots and Vena Sud’s detective series "The Killing." Most recently, he was on John Ridley’s critically-acclaimed television drama, "American Crime," where he worked under Emmy-nominated editor Luyen Vu.