Enterprise Documentary Fund Grantee

Untitled Criminal Justice High School Project

Maisie Crow
Maisie Crow, Heidi Reinberg

The UNTITLED CRIMINAL JUSTICE HIGH SCHOOL PROJECT follows a group of seniors at a high school 10 miles from the US/Mexico border as they navigate post-graduate life.

Maisie Crow, Director/Producer

After a successful career as an award­-winning photojournalist, Maisie turned her attention to filmmaking. In 2018, her documentary, JACKSON, received a News and Documentary Emmy award for Outstanding Social Issue Documentary. JACKSON had its broadcast premiere on Showtime. In 2014 her short film, THE LAST CLINIC, was nominated for a News and Documentary Emmy. In 2012, her short film, HALF LIVES: THE CHERNOBLYL WORKERS NOW, won the Overseas Press Club Award for Video Journalism, and in 2010, her short film A LIFE ALONE was nominated for a News and Documentary Emmy.


Heidi Reinberg, Producer

Heidi Reinberg most recently produced the ITVS-co-production 93QUEEN, which was released theatrically through Abramorama before airing on POV in September 2018. 93QUEEN was awarded the inaugural first look Pitch Fund prize at the 2017 Hot Docs Forum, leading to co-production deals with arte SWR and yesDocu. She also served as Consulting Producer on BORN TO BE, premiering at the 2019 NY Film Festival. Previously, Reinberg developed the nonfiction series WAR PHOTOGRAPHERS/EXPOSURE with Ross Kauffman for NBCUniversal, and produced 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).