2019 Create Change Fellow | 2020 Creative Action Fund Awardee
Brooklyn | Film
Ann Bennett is an Emmy nominated documentary filmmaker and multimedia producer. She produced the NAACP Image Award-winning PBS feature documentary, “Through A Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People” as well as the multi-platform community engagement initiative, “Digital Diaspora Family Reunion” (DDFR). Bennett’s film credits include; ‘Citizen King’ and ‘Fisk Jubilee Singers’ for the PBS series “American Experience”, ‘Hymn for Alvin Ailey’ for “Dance in America”, and the award-winning PBS mini-series; ‘Africans in America’ and ‘America’s War on Poverty’. Bennett is a graduate of Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and Harvard College and focuses her work on exploring the nexus of history, culture, disability, and technology within multicultural communities.