Jeff Reichert is an Academy Award-winning filmmaker and critic who lives in Brooklyn. His films as a director have won awards and screened at major festivals worldwide and include the feature documentaries Gerrymandering, Remote Area Medical, This Time Next Year, the fiction-documentary hybrid Feast of the Epiphany and the shorts Kombit, Nobody Loves Me, American Carnage, To Be Queen, and Before You Were Here. He also produced Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert’s American Factory, which won the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature. His work has been awarded the Film Independent Spirit Award, Gotham Award and Cinema Eye Honor (all for Best Documentary). He is a Peabody Award Nominee. He is also the co–founder and editor of Reverse Shot, and has written for Film Comment and Filmmaker among others. Reichert is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.