Annie Goldson's other documentary credits include the recent "Punitive Damage," which has screened around the world through broadcast, theatrical release and film festivals, and has won more than 10 international film festival awards; and "Framing the Panthers"; "Counterterror: North of Ireland"; and "Wake." She is an Associate Professor of Film, Television and Media at Auckland University, and is also a writer and author of the forthcoming book "After the Fact: Documentary, Human Rights and International Law."
Well-known in his native New Zealand for his novels, stories and essays, Peter Wells is also a filmmaker. His credits include the feature "Desperate Remedies" (which he co-directed with Stewart Main) and the critically acclaimed shorts "Jewel's Darl," "My First Suit," "The Mighty Civic," and "Little Queen." A novella of Wells' served as the basis for the feature film "Memory and Desire," by fellow New Zealander Niki Caro.