Emma D. Miller is a documentary filmmaker, creative consultant, and the founder of Marcona Media. Her films have been supported by Sundance Institute, Field of Vision, International Documentary Association, Anonymous Content, Impact Partners, and Ford Foundation, among others, and screened at festivals including SXSW, Full Frame, Camden, and Morelia. She produced Iliana Sosa’s Gotham Award-nominated, SXSW award-winning WHAT WE LEAVE BEHIND (ARRAY Releasing/Netflix), a New York Times “Critic’s Pick.” As development executive for nonfiction at Concordia Studio, she worked on Oscar-nominated and Emmy-winning films that premiered at Sundance, Tribeca, and Telluride, including TIME (Amazon Studios), BOYS STATE (Apple TV+/A24), and PROCESSION (Netflix). She was a casting associate for Showtime’s COUPLES THERAPY series, associate producer of the Academy Award-nominated short documentary KNIFE SKILLS (The New Yorker), and associate producer of the Oscar-shortlisted, Sundance award-winning feature UNREST (Independent Lens/Netflix). Current projects include Elizabeth Lo’s UNTITLED MISTRESS DISPELLER PROJECT, Aurora Brachman’s DEAR YOU, and a feature for National Geographic Documentaries. Emma was named one of DOC NYC’s “40 Under 40” in 2022 and is a 2023 Sundance Producing Fellow. She is interested in forging new ways of seeing, connecting, and knowing through film.