LANA WILSON (Director/Producer) is an Emmy-winning filmmaker based in New York. Her first film, After Tiller, went inside the lives of the four most-targeted abortion providers in the country, and was critically acclaimed for providing a moving and complex look at one of the most incendiary issues of our time. After Tiller premiered at Sundance in 2013, and was theatrically released by Oscilloscope in 50 U.S. cities. It was nationally broadcast on PBS’s POV, and recently won the 2015 Emmy Award for Best Documentary. It was also nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Documentary, four Cinema Eye Honors, a Satellite Award, and the Ridenhour Prize, and was named one of the five best documentaries of the year by the National Board of Review. It was featured in “Best of 2013” lists in the LA Times, Village Voice, Indiewire, Artforum, and more, and Flavorwire recently named it one of the “50 Best Documentaries of All Time.” Recently Wilson wrote and produced “Jacked,” an episode of the National Geographic Channel miniseries I Am Rebel, Executive Produced by Doug Liman (The Bourne Identity). “Jacked” is about Louis Moore, who hijacked a plane in 1972 to seek revenge on the City of Detroit for police brutality. Wilson continues to write and story produce television segments for National Geographic Studios today. Wilson was previously the Film and Dance Curator for Performa, the New York biennial of new visual art performance, where she produced major performances by artists including Guy Maddin, Boris Charmatz, L’Encyclopédie de la Parole, Pieter Ampe and Guilherme Garrido, Pete Drungle, and Eleanor Bauer. She also curated several film retrospectives, including Not Funny: Stand-Up Comedy and Visual Art, The Polyexpressive Symphony: Futurism on Film, and Dance After Choreography. She has taught master classes and workshops at UnionDocs and DCTV, and given a range of lectures at contemporary art and film institutions. Wilson holds a B.A. in Film Studies and Dance from Wesleyan University.