Grant is a multi-award-winning director and cinematographer based in Vancouver, Canada. His work can be seen and heard on the Knowledge Network, FX, TNT, CBC, National Film Board and ESPN. His film Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story, premiered at Hot Docs, garnered him the award for emerging Canadian filmmaker of the year and went on to hit #2 on the US iTunes documentary charts. His film This Mountain Life won several awards for cinematography and audience choice at festivals from the Yukon to Spain. Grant is also a UAV specialist with a technical eye; his most recent work can be found on BBC’s Seven Worlds, One Planet series.
Jenny is a writer and Leo Award-winning documentary producer with Peg Leg Films. She produced and was a subject in The Clean Bin Project and Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story which won 14 festival awards, was broadcast prime time on MSNBC and was listed in the New York Times “Top Ten TV Shows of 2015.” Most recently she produced This Mountain Life and is working on a series on search and rescue. Jenny has managed community outreach and audience engagement for several documentaries, coordinated a 30-city, self-supported film tour across Canada by bicycle and spoken around the world in support of the messages behind her films.
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