Named a “visionary independent producer” by The Sundance Film Institute when they awarded her the prestigious Mark Silverman Fellowship, Susannah Ludwig has had a varied and dynamic career in film production.
Susannah produced the feature documentary ON MEDITATION, released on Netflix in December 2016. She produced KINGS POINT, which was nominated for an Academy Award and premiered on HBO in March 2013.
Ludwig co-created and executive produced the docu-series BOOMTOWN, about the effects of oil discovery on a small town in North Dakota. BOOMTOWN aired on Discovery/Planet Green and won the prestigious IDA award for Best Documentary Series in 2011.
STOLEN, a feature documentary exploring the infamous 1990 art heist at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, was released theatrically in 50 cities, distributed via Netflix and broadcast on PBS’ Independent Lens series.
Ludwig has produced numerous other documentaries such as FLAT DADDY (iTunes, Hulu, and other digital platforms in November 2012), ANIMAS PERDIDAS (LOST SOULS) (PBS), MY MOTHER’S GARDEN (MSNBC), CLOSE UP: Photographers at Work (Ovation TV), and Self Portrait With Cows Going Home and Other Works: A PORTRAIT OF SYLVIA PLACHY (OVATION TV).
She serves on the board of Kids in Need Foundation, a nonprofit which provides school supplies to children who cannot afford them.
Ludwig also is the executive producer/co-founder of Snapdragon Films, a commercial production company.
Susannah is a contributor to A Child Grows in Brooklyn and A Child Grows in Philly, where she shares her thoughts on parenting, storytelling, and documenting family life. She lives in Brooklyn, with her son Jack.
Communications and Marketing
Elizabeth Eames is the owner of Brooklyn, New York-based Contemporary Communications Consulting, a full-service communications and marketing firm established in 2007. Dedicated to connecting businesses to clients by telling their stories, Ms. Eames provides content writing, design and editing services, as well as communications strategy and social media management.
Ms. Eames creates and implements comprehensive communications strategies for a variety of small businesses, non-profits, and arts organizations. Previous work in communications and media includes having served as media liaison to The New York Times for Brooklyn’s largest social service organization, international workshop facilitation on development aid, and presentation and content services for House Subcommittee Hearings. She is a contributing writer for Businessing Magazine.
Elizabeth holds a Master’s Degree from Fordham University. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband and their daughter, who loves telling stories and taking pictures.