Elizabeth Holder (Director) has directed and/or produced documentary and fiction films for theatrical release and television broadcast. Holder’s most recent project was the documentary feature film I WANT SO MUCH TO LIVE, about the people and science behind Herceptin, the world’s first “targeted therapy” for breast cancer. Other documentary projects include RISK/REWARD, about female executives on Wall Street (called "arresting" by The New York Times and "expertly crafted" by Variety) and the critically acclaimed six-part documentary series THE HILL about Congressional staffers. Holder also directed the short fiction film WEEKEND GETAWAY (winner of the Special Jury Prize at The New York/ Avignon Film Festival); multiple episodes of BLUE’S CLUES; the narrative short THE DIVERSION; festival break-out hit THE D-WORD; the short film parody PET SWAP; and the independent mockumentary feature film THE ACTING CLASS. Holder’s work has been seen at film festivals, workshops, universities and corporations around the country. Holder is a member of the International Documentary Association and the Television Academy of Arts & Sciences. Holder graduated with honors from Smith College.
Drew Thomas (Cinematographer) shoots first & asks questions later