Eric Daniel Metzgar

Eric is a two-time Emmy Award nominated filmmaker and fellow of the Sundance Institute’s Documentary Film Program. He directed, shot and edited Reporter (2009), about New York Times reporter Nicholas Kristof, which premiered at Sundance, aired on HBO, and was nominated for an Emmy Award for Best Long-form Programming, and the International Film Award by Cinema for Peace. He also directed, shot and edited Life.Support.Music. (2008) which was broadcast on POV, and The Chances of The World Changing (2006), which was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award and broadcast on POV. Metzgar also works as an editor, having recently cut Crime + Punishment (Sundance 2018, Special Jury Award for Social Impact), as well as Give Up Tomorrow (Emmy-nominated), High Tech Low Life, Thank You for Playing (Emmy winner), and Almost Sunrise.