Academy Award-Nominated filmmaker Jed Rothstein specializes in hard-to-get stories from around the world that help people understand one another better. His last film, The China Hustle, premiered at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival before opening globally. Forbes called it, “The Most Important Film of 2018.” Other recent work includes the award-winning Before the Spring After the Fall and the Oscar-nominated Killing in the Name, for which he filmed both Al Qaeda terrorists and their victims. Rothstein also recently directed and produced a number of television projects for Alex Gibney’s Jigsaw Productions, including Nat Geo’s Parched: Money Flows, CNN’s Death Row Stories, the Amazon Prime series The New Yorker Presents, which premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, and ENEMIES, a docu-series on the FBI battling presidents, for Showtime. He’s currently at work on a new docu-series for Netflix.