Laura Seltzer has been producing, directing and managing the production of award-winning documentaries and educational programs since 1993. She founded Seltzer Film & Video in 1995 for the purpose of producing social action videos that inspire change. Currently producing the PBS documentary The Last Boat Out, slated to air on PBS in the spring. Seltzer is the senior producer on the 26-episode Television Series Made in Spainthat aired on PBS. Her company, Seltzer Film & Video produces the annual Conversations series about coping with mental illness for the American Psychiatric Foundation. She Co-Produced the multi-award winning interactive DVD Changing the Face of Medicine with MacNeil Lehrer Productions and the accompanying seriesLocal Legends for the National Institutes of Health. Both projects profile courageous female physicians that have made an invaluable impact on the lives of people in their communities and around the world. She has produced numerous TV segment for the PBS series Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly, the RLTV Channel and the NBC series Hispanics Today. Laura Seltzer is a freelance Documentary Filmmaker, Photographer and Location Scout based in Washington, DC. She began her career in New York after studying filmmaking at New York University.