Veronica Selver has been an award-winning documentary editor for over 20 years, with credits on such highly regarded films as On Company Business, the Academy Award-nominated Berkeley in the Sixties (POV 1991), Harry Bridges: A Man and His Union, Absolutely Positive, Coming Out Under Fire and, most recently, Blacks and Jews, which premiered at Sundance and aired on POV. in 1997. She also produced and directed an episode of the 1996 ITVS series, Positive. Her co-directing credits include You Got to Move, First Look, and the duPont-Columbia awardwinning Word Is Out, the first feature documentary on growing up gay in America.
Sharon Wood's documentary writing credits include three Oscar nominees: Tell the Truth and Run: George Seldes and the American Press, Straight From the Heart, and Super Chief: The Life and Legacy of Earl Warren. She was co-writer on The Celluloid Closet (Emmy, Peabody, and duPont-Columbia Award winner), and Skin Deep. Wood most recently served as writer on Paragraph 175, a feature documentary for HBO on Nazi persecution of homosexuals, and on Isamu Noguchi: Stones and Paper, an American Masters episode for PBS. Wood also coproduced and wrote several episodes of Portrait of America for Turner Broadcasting. She independently produced and directed Kheturni Bayo: North Indian Farm Women, and Outside In Sight: The Music of United Front.