CAROLINE BARON In addition to Capote, Caroline produced the cross-cultural hit Monsoon Wedding, winner of the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival and numerous other awards. Beginning her career in 1983 as the production manager on the cult classic The Toxic Avenger, Caroline has worked on numerous projects, serving as the associate producer for the hit TV series The Wonder Years and co-producing such films as Center Stage, Flawless, Addicted to Love, and Mira Nair’s Kama Sutra. Caroline also produced Witness to the Mob for Tribeca Productions with Robert DeNiro and Jane Rosenthal. Nominated for an Oscar for her work on Capote, Caroline most recently won a Golden Globe for her work on the Amazon Original series Mozart in the Jungle. In 1999, motivated by reports of families fleeing their homes in Kosovo, Caroline founded the non-profit organization FilmAid International, which brings films and video to refugees and displaced around the world, providing life-saving information, easing psychological suffering, fostering understanding, and engaging the mind.  Caroline is also an adjunct professor at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and an active lecturer.

CAROLINE BARON

In addition to Capote, Caroline produced the cross-cultural hit Monsoon Wedding, winner of the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival and numerous other awards. Beginning her career in 1983 as the production manager on the cult classic The Toxic Avenger, Caroline has worked on numerous projects, serving as the associate producer for the hit TV series The Wonder Years and co-producing such films as Center Stage, Flawless, Addicted to Love, and Mira Nair’s Kama Sutra. Caroline also produced Witness to the Mob for Tribeca Productions with Robert DeNiro and Jane Rosenthal. Nominated for an Oscar for her work on Capote, Caroline most recently won a Golden Globe for her work on the Amazon Original series Mozart in the Jungle.

In 1999, motivated by reports of families fleeing their homes in Kosovo, Caroline founded the non-profit organization FilmAid International, which brings films and video to refugees and displaced around the world, providing life-saving information, easing psychological suffering, fostering understanding, and engaging the mind.  Caroline is also an adjunct professor at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and an active lecturer.

ANTHONY WEINTRAUB Anthony Weintraub is a screenwriter, producer, and director and is perhaps most known for his 2007 screenplay adaptation of the graphic novel Tekkonkinkreet by acclaimed manga creator Taiyo Matusmoto.  The first Japanese anime to be written and directed by Americans, Tekkon won the Japanese Academy Award for Best Animated Film and was nominated for Best First Feature at the 2007 Berlin Film Festival.  Anthony began working in the film business as a story editor and script reader, working for clients such as Oliver Stone, Miramax Films, and Paula Weinstein.  He has directed award-winning short films which have screened in the Deauville, Ann Arbor, and Athens Film Festivals.  Anthony has also spearheaded fruitful crowdfunding campaigns, launching and running two successful media-related Kickstarter projects. In addition to his film work, Anthony is a consultant for non-profit institutions, making award winning promotional and brand films, directing special events, designing media outreach campaigns and consulting on communication outreach for NGOs including Human Rights Watch, The Nature Conservancy, Gere Foundation, The Nation Institute and FilmAid International. Anthony is also an active adjunct professor at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, has spoken on numerous panels and is an active lecturer.  

ANTHONY WEINTRAUB

Anthony Weintraub is a screenwriter, producer, and director and is perhaps most known for his 2007 screenplay adaptation of the graphic novel Tekkonkinkreet by acclaimed manga creator Taiyo Matusmoto.  The first Japanese anime to be written and directed by Americans, Tekkon won the Japanese Academy Award for Best Animated Film and was nominated for Best First Feature at the 2007 Berlin Film Festival.  Anthony began working in the film business as a story editor and script reader, working for clients such as Oliver Stone, Miramax Films, and Paula Weinstein.  He has directed award-winning short films which have screened in the Deauville, Ann Arbor, and Athens Film Festivals.  Anthony has also spearheaded fruitful crowdfunding campaigns, launching and running two successful media-related Kickstarter projects.

In addition to his film work, Anthony is a consultant for non-profit institutions, making award winning promotional and brand films, directing special events, designing media outreach campaigns and consulting on communication outreach for NGOs including Human Rights Watch, The Nature Conservancy, Gere Foundation, The Nation Institute and FilmAid International. Anthony is also an active adjunct professor at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, has spoken on numerous panels and is an active lecturer.