After Roe (working title) is a 2022 Critical Issues Fund grantee.
Geeta Gandbhir (she/her) is an award-winning Director, Producer, and Editor with over 25 years of experience. As a director, her most recent film, After Selma: The Lowndes County Freedom Party, premiered at the 2022 Tribeca Film Festival. She also directed a four-part series, Black and Missing, for HBO, which won a 2022 NAACP Award for Best Directing and a 2022 Independent Spirit Award for Best Documentary Series. Her 2020 short film with Topic Studios, Call Center Blues, was shortlisted for a 2021 Academy Award®. As an editor, her films have won one Academy Award®, two Emmy® Awards, and five Peabody awards.
Amber Fares is an award-winning director and producer. Her directing debut, Speed Sisters (2015) is distributed by Netflix Global, Al Jazeera Witness, RAI, and others. The film premiered at Hot Docs and was theatrically released in the US and UK. Amber co-directed Convergence: Courage In Crisis (2021), a Netflix production with Director Orlando Von Einsiedel. She also co-produced and was the cinematographer on the Peabody award-winning documentary The Judge (2017). She was a cinematographer on Boycott (2021), Field Director and Cinematographer on And She Could Be Next (2020), and supervising producer on the National Geographic series America Inside Out With Kate Couric (2018).