Timothy Hotchner is an award-winning NY based filmmaker. He got his start writing screenplays and studying acting while directing and producing videos and short documentaries. Over a decade later, he’s produced, directed and filmed more than 100 productions ranging from commercials to feature films. Credits include Americares, winner of a 2007 CINE Golden Eagle Award, which tells several stories from Darfur, Guatemala, and the post-tsunami relief effort in Indonesia, and Hole in the Wall Gang, a New York Festivals World Gold Medal winning doc about children who find a lasting refuge despite battling life-threatening illnesses. His work has aired on The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Jane Pauley Show, CBS Sunday Morning, Larry King Live, Bravo Profiles, and the Fox Movie Channel. He has also segment produced for Disney and 20th Century Fox, and for documentaries such as Tell Them Who You Are, directed by Mark Wexler. Hotchner has been a cinematographer on projects including The Price of Sugar, one of 15 films short-listed for a 2008 Academy Award nomination, Hearne Texas, a short film on the drug war and racial profiling in small-town America, and Behind The Scenes of Empire Falls, for HBO. He is a graduate of Brown University, where he studied english, education and theater.