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Mike Seely (Additional Camera) has produced, store
directed and photographed documentaries for broadcast and film festivals worldwide. His film The Most Distant Places (2010) about a rural hospital project in Ecuador is in distribution through New Day Films, and Blessed Fruit (co-director 2013), about reproductive rights in Guatemala, won the San Francisco International Short Film Festival Audience Award. He works with independent directors, non-profit, broadcast and commercial clients such as National Geographic, MTV2, Frontline World, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and Facebook. Recent cinematography includes: Hard Earned (prod. Kartemquin Films, Al Jazeera America 2015), Code: Debugging the Gender Gap (Tribeca 2015), and Daughters of the Forest (ITVS/PBS 2015). He completed his MA in Documentary Film & Video at Stanford University, and explored the Polish documentary film tradition as a Fulbright Fellow in Lodz, Poland.