Chloe Kurabi is a documentary producer, editor and archival researcher whose work has appeared on HBO & PBS. She has worked for filmmakers such as Spike Lee, Mona Nicoara, Thomas Allen Harris, and Sam Pollard. Recently, she completed archival research for Hank Willis Thomas and the Cause Collective, for a video- installation commissioned by the Birmingham Airport. Chloe received her bachelor’s degree from Sarah Lawrence College where she studied photography, writing & comparative literature. After working for organizations such as Open Society Institute, Food Bank for New York City, and Columbia University, she chose to pursue a career in documentary film production. Her short documentary The Price screened as part of Sheffield Doc/Fest’s Discotheque in June 2012 and she is currently working on a documentary about her father’s family in Syria and the Arab Spring. She is also a member of The Film Shop, a filmmaker collective in Brooklyn. Some of her favorite docs: My Architect, Iraq in Fragments, Hands on a Hard Body, Gimme Shelter, Harlan County USA, Paris is Burning, Grey Gardens, Five Broken Cameras, In a Dream, & Jonestown: The Life & Death of Peoples Temple.