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Lucia Small


Lucia Small (Co-Producer, Co-Director, Editor) has been an independent filmmaker for over 15 years. In 2002, Small premiered *My Father, The Genius*, her feature documentary directorial debut, which garnered several top film festival awards, including Grand Jury Prizes for the Best Documentary and Best Editing at the Slamdance Film Festival. *My Father, The Genius* was broadcast internationally and in 2003 was featured as part of the Sundance Channel's newly launched DOCday series. It is currently distributed by New Yorker Films. Small has a list of credits as producer of several nationally televised programs and award-winning documentaries. Producing credits include: Beth Harrington's * The Blinking Madonna and Other Miracles* (1996, ITVS); Laurel Chiten's *The Jew in the Lotus* (1998, ITVS); *The Mississippi: River of Song* (1999), a 4-part PBS series; *American Wake* (2003), a fiction film distributed by Horizon Entertainment and Netflix; and the historical documentary *Damrell's Fire* (2005), broadcast nationally by American Public Television. She has also worked as a freelancer for Scoutvision, Discovery Channel, USA Cable, C-Span, Media One, John Hancock, and on numerous fiction films. Small is developing several projects under her production company Small Angst Films, including *Genius II* and *War Stories*, which has received a pre-production grant from the LEF Foundation.