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Susan Margolin has built a reputation as a pioneer of digital distribution and a dedicated supporter of independent filmmakers and of the filmmaking community. Through Docurama, a subsidiary of New Video group, Margolin championed more than 400 award-winning non-fiction films, from Academy Award nominees including Kirby Dick's The Invisible War, Joe Berlinger's Paradise Lost trilogy, Danfung Dennis' Hell and Back Again and D.A. Pennebaker's Don't Look Back, to name a few. Margolin and her partner Steve Savage sold New Video/Docurama Films to Cinedigm (NASDAQ CIDM) in 2012. As Co-President of Cinedigm Entertainment Group, Margolin released critically acclaimed independent films including Daniel Destin Crettin's Short Term 12, Penny Lane's Our Nixon, Kelly Reichert's Night Moves, and Godfrey Reggio's The Visitors. After leaving Cinedigm, Margolin launched St. Marks Productions, a production and distribution company. She recently produced award-winning filmmaker Nancy Buirski's feature documentary, The Rape
- Professional Credits
- Co-President, Cinedigm Entertainment Group. Co-founder, New Video. Distribs A and E, HISTORY, MLB, Scholastic, GKIDS, Docurama Films, Flatiron Film Company, Sundance, and Tribeca Film.
- Acquisitions, Distributor, Sales
- Foreign Languages Spoken
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