Caroline Waterlow is an award-winning film producer based in New York City. Most recently, she produced OJ: Made in America, an ESPN Films documentary directed by Ezra Edelman, and won an Oscar for Best Documentary Feature at the 89th Academy Awards. The film premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival and has been recognized by multiple organizations such as IFP, Film Independent, the International Documentary Association, the National Board of Review, the Producers Guild, the Columbia School of Journalism, the American Film Institute, and was recently awarded a Peabody.
Caroline has produced and contributed to documentaries, docu-dramas & public affairs programming for a variety of studios and networks. Recent feature documentaries include Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon, the directorial debut of actor Mike Myers which premiered at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival; and the Academy Award-nominated documentary, Cutie and the Boxer, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2013 and won Best Director of a U.S. Documentary.
In 2013, Caroline was the senior producer of content for MAKERS.com,
the largest video collection of women’s stories, produced with AOL and PBS. Between 2006 and 2012, Caroline worked on multiple HBO documentaries, including the Emmy-Award winning films Teddy: In His Own Words and Brooklyn Dodgers: The Ghosts of Flatbush.
Caroline graduated from Emory University in1996 and began her career in television documentaries as a researcher and archivist. She is originally from Canada and currently lives in Brooklyn with her husband Wyatt Smith, a feature film editor.
Nina Krstic is an award winning director and producer, most recently receiving two Focal Awards including the Jane Mercer Researcher of the Year for her work on ESPN’s 30 for 30 O.J.: Made in America, the 2017 Academy Award winner for Best Documentary Feature. OJ.: Made in America was also recognized with a Gotham Independent Film Award, Independent Spirit Award, International Documentary Association, National Board of Review, du-Pont Columbia University Award, a Peabody and an Emmy Award. Nina’s career began behind the camera with numerous cinematography credits before she found her true love as a producer of archival ﬁlms. Her other work includes the New York Times Retro Report series, Constitution U.S.A. with Peter Sagal, 1964, Thomas Edison, Big Burn, and her Sundance Film Festival directorial debut feature 99%: The Occupy Wall Street Film.