Current documentary projects include development of a TV series, hosted by a young, accomplished anthropologist, which takes a look at important issues that cut across cultural and geographic lines. She brings a fresh, unique perspective to the series, which will appeal to audiences of all ages.
Another project in development investigates the complicated, shameful, and often perilous state of foster care in America. This documentary will open up viewers' eyes to a large population of children in America who, too often, have not had anyone speaking up for them.
Earlier in 2009, Ginny had her directorial debut with her award-winning feature documentary, THE MUSIC LESSON, which has been an official selection at film festivals including Santa Barbara, Reel 2 Real, Newport Beach, Egypt, Lake Havasu, Women’s International, East Lansing, and Indie Spirit. Accolades include the Edith Lando Peace Prize, the Lake Havasu Final Cut Award, the Newport Beach Audience Award, the Indie Award of Excellence, and Best North American Documentary Feature at the Women’s International Film Festival.
Prior to founding GreenBox, Ginny worked for several major studios in the production of feature films and television, including SYRIANA, RENDITION, BANDITS, LIBERTY HEIGHTS, SOMETHING THE LORD MADE, and the hit HBO series THE WIRE.
Katie comes to GreenBox from Discovery Communications, where she managed global programming operations for over 100 domestic and international networks. Prior to her work with Discovery, Katie developed media strategy for global Fortune 500 corporations, consulted for a multibillion-dollar U.S. defense contractor in Kuwait, and supervised strategic projects for Peter Angelos, owner of the Baltimore Orioles.
Prior to her work at Becker Group, Beth was involved in film, television and theatre production for close to 20 years on such productions as AVALON, FOR RICHER OR POORER, CONTACT, TWELVE MONKEYS, WASHINGTON SQUARE, PECKER, RUNAWAY BRIDE and THE REPLACEMENTS, and for such companies as Baltimore Opera, San Antonio Opera, Peabody Opera, The Baltimore International Theatre Festival, and the Dartmouth College Repertory.