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Jeremy Robins

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Jeremy Robins is a Brooklyn-based filmmaker and media educator. After a decade in youth development field he began his documentary work at POV, where he edited and designed curriculum for "POV's Borders" (2002), a web-based documentary exploring migration and adolescent identity. Since then, he’s worked as a field producer for MTV’s True Life, and has worked as a Director of Photography on shows for PBS and the Hartley Film Foundation. His first feature documentary “The Other Side of the Water” – following the 20-year journey of a Haitian processional band in Brooklyn - screened in festivals around the world and was broadcast on public television in 2011 as a part of the National Black Programming Consortium’s series Afropop. He currently produces news pieces for Time.com, and freelance work for clients including American Composers Orchestra and Carnegie Hall. As an educator, he teaches production classes at Downtown Community Television (DCTV), and leads award-winning documentary projects with public high school students around New York City.

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