- Geographic Location: North America
- Age: 5
Liz Mermin is a New York and London-based director with three feature documentaries to her credit: Office Tigers (2006), The Beauty Academy of Kabul (2004), and On Hostile Ground (2001). As a freelance director/producer, Mermin has made TV documentaries for PBS, ABC, Discovery, Court TV, Trio, and Oxygen. She has a bachelor’s degree in literature from Harvard University and a master's in anthropology from NYU, and was a Fulbright scholar in Dakar, Senegal and a Critical Studies Fellow at the Whitney Independent Study Program in New York. She has written about film for a variety of journals and magazines. She is a 2006 NVR Media Arts Fellow, and is currently directing a documentary for BBC/Sundance Channel called “How to Make a Gangster Film in Bombay.”
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