Kate Stilley Steiner, Producer / Editor
Kate Stilley Steiner heads the editorial arm of Citizen Film. An editor for 17 years, her credits include the feature-length documentaries Wired for What for PBS, End of a Legend for The Learning Channel; Throwing Curves, about industrial designer Eva Zeisel, the first artist honored with a one-woman show at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; That’s a Family! and Let's Get Real for Groundspark – a pair of acclaimed documentaries shown to hundreds of thousands of teens across the country to spark straight-talking classroom discussions about bullying. Kate’s editing work on other award-winning documentaries includes The Story of Mother’s and Daughters for ABC Television; Fox Television’s Emmy-winning Loyalty and Betrayal: The Story Of The American Mob; and the Academy Award nominated Freedom on my Mind. Kate has co-produced and edited many documentaries designed to engage communities and mobilize change, including One Wedding and a Revolution, about the first gay wedding at San Francisco's City Hall.
Currently, Kate is working on:The Permanent Record of NewJack Rasputin: An interactive multimedia site and community action detailing multimedia artist Tucker Stilley’s physical and spiritual journey losing all of his voluntary muscles to Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (aka Lou Gehrig’s Disease).
"A profoundly ambitious enterprise: a restless inquiry into the nature of existence..." -- Holly Myers, LA Times Art Critic
A Way Out: A short first-person documentary portrait of one child’s experience growing up in an orphanage in the foothills of the Himalayas.