Untitled Border Project
Maisie Crow’s Untitled Border Project examines the impact of Texas' immigration policies on the citizens of a small town on that state’s southern border.
Maisie Crow, Director/Producer
Maisie Crow is a documentary film director/producer, cinematographer, and photographer living in West Texas. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Intercept, and MTV, among many others. Her 2016 award-winning documentary, Jackson, is an intimate, first-of-its-kind look at reproductive health care through people in the Deep South who stand on both sides of the debate. With a world premiere on Showtime, the Village Voice praised it as “elegant, unsettling” while New York Magazine said Jackson “comes at a pivotal moment for reproductive rights.”
In 2014, Crow’s The Last Clinic, a short-film and multimedia collaboration with The Atavist Magazine about Mississippi’s last abortion clinic, was nominated for a News and Documentary Emmy and was named a finalist for a National Magazine Award.
In addition to her documentary work, Crow has taught as an adjunct professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism and the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.
Heidi Reinberg, Producer
Heidi Reinberg is currently serving as lead producer on the ITVS co-production 93QUEEN, winner of the inaugural first look Pitch Prize at the 2017 Hot Docs Forum.
Prior to partnering with director Paula Eiselt on 93QUEEN, Reinberg worked with some of today’s most talented nonfiction directors. She developed the nonfiction series War Photographers/Exposure with Oscar winner Ross Kauffman for NBCUniversal, and produced Oscar winner Cynthia Wade’s first two films, Grist for the Mill and Shelter Dogs for Cinemax and HBO, respectively. She also served as consulting producer on Mai Iskander’s two feature docs, Garbage Dreams (Independent Lens) and Words of Witness (Al Jazeera America). In addition to her long-form work, Reinberg has developed series for branded-content powerhouse Cinelan and has directed multiple episodes of HGTV's House Hunters International.
Reinberg’s work has been supported by the Sundance Documentary Institute, Fork Films, the IDA/Pare Lorentz Documentary Fund, the Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund, the New York State Council on the Arts, the Hartley Film Foundation, the Independent Feature Project (IFP), and Women Make Movies.