Eric Neudel has been an editor and producer of many PBS programs, including AFTER THE CRASH for The American Experience, EYES ON THE PRIZE, THE US AND THE PHILLIPINES: IN OUR IMAGE, AIDS: CHAPTER ONE for NOVA, and VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY. His independent films include STEPS (1980) and FRED’S STORY (1994). Eric directed the critically acclaimed Independent Lens film LIVES WORTH LIVING served as a film envoy, film expert, and speaker for the US Department of State’s cultural exchange programs, including the American Film Showcase. He curated America’s Disability Rights Museum on Wheels which has been touring the country since 2015.