KATE NACE DAY
, Director and Producer, is a Professor of Suffolk University Law School where she teaches women’s right in film and law, including women and children trafficked for sex. In 2013, Kate was honored as one of Mass Lawyers’ Weekly Top Women of Law
. She founded Film and Law with her husband Professor Russell G. Murphy to create and present stories render visible what law is and what law does
. Kate received her JD at University of California School of Law at Berkeley (Boalt Hall).
, Editor and Co-Producer, works with media and documentary filmmaking to foster storytelling, community engagement and human rights advocacy. She currently is Creative Director at Vivid Story
, and is a former Collaborative Fellow at UnionDocs, a center for documentary art in Brooklyn, New York. In 2010, Shannon was the Managing Director & Producer of the BITAHR Human Rights & Sex Trafficking Film Forum. Shannon attended Tufts University and The School of the Museum of Fine Arts. Visit her website
, Cinematographer, founded GreenKat Productions
with her business partner Tom Greenman in 2002. Since then, they have produced and Kat has directed more than ten short films, music videos and spec commercials. Kat directed and produced FATAL PROMISES
, a singular film that not only tells the stories of human trafficking victims and survivors but also brings the camera into the often-closed chambers of political power to illuminate the obstacles to meaningful change and law reform. FATAL PROMISES was a labor of love for her and an attempt to make a difference the only way she knows how, through film.
, Associate Producer, graduated from Suffolk Law School in 2009 with a joint JD/MPA, where she took a number of classes focusing on international human rights, humanitarian law, and women's human rights. She received her BA in Media Studies and Digital Arts from Saint Michael's College. She is active in her community, both as a legal observer for the National Lawyer's Guild, and as an Associate Board Member for the non-partisan think tank MassInc. Emilee is passionate about social justice, women's issues, and bread-making.