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Tony Gerber is an Emmy and PGA Award-winning writer, producer and filmmaker.

Tony Gerber is an Emmy and PGA award-winning filmmaker who has written, directed and produced over a dozen documentaries for National Geographic, including Kingdom of the White Wolf, a 3-part natural history series filmed on location in the Canadian High Arctic (Disney+).  Recently Gerber collaborated with artist Blane de St Croix on a film about the artist’s journey to the northern-most town in Alaska to research his solo exhibit, How to Move a Landscape (Mass MoCA, 2021.)  Gerber is the producer of Takeover (Tribeca 2021) a documentary about a group of Puerto Rican activists, the Young Lords, who take over a decrepit hospital in the South Bronx launching a battle for their lives, their community, and healthcare for all. The film will be distributed by New York Times OpDocs.

Gerber is also a producer of the critically acclaimed, award-winning film Jane about the life and work of Dr. Jane Goodall.  He has collaborated with artists Matthew Barney, Allora & Calzadilla, and Ann Sofi Siden (on various film projects.) In 2005, he co-founded the NY-based production company, Market Road Films, with two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage. Nottage and Gerber are currently developing a feature film, Everlasting Yea! for Amazon Studios and are Executive Producers of Deep South, the Peabody-nominated, 10-part podcast for Stitcher investigating an 1950s lynching and the conspiracy of silence in a small southern town.  Gerber is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and a board member of UnionDocs, Center for Documentary Art.