Something to Say
Bryan Charles Kimes has a lot to say, but the power of language escapes him. Lost in a public-school system that does not suit his needs, his parents fight to help him find his voice.
Abby Lieberman is a two-time Emmy Award winner and New York native. After receiving her undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan, Abby moved to Los Angeles and became an associate producer at Fox Sports, producing short feature stories on unique athletes and covering college and professional sports. After her work on the 2016 Major League Baseball World Series, she decided she wanted to tell stories in a fuller capacity. Abby recently completed her Master’s degree at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, with a focus on documentary filmmaking.
Joshua Lucas is a former US Marine who has worked as a producer and assistant director on independent films, television, commercials and branded content. In 2014, Joshua earned his bachelor’s degree from Columbia University. As a producer and assistant director, he has worked with clients such as Coca-Cola, Chevrolet and Walmart, as well as several award-winning feature and short films. In the summer of 2018, Joshua completed his master’s degree at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.