Kelly Anderson’s most recent documentaries are UNSTUCK: an OCD kids movie and My Brooklyn. My Brooklyn, about the hidden forces driving gentrification, had a 3-week theatrical run through IFP, won a Brooklyn Film Festival Audience Award and was broadcast on PBS’ America ReFramed. Kelly produced and directed Every Mother’s Son (w. Tami Gold), about police brutality, which won the Tribeca Film Festival Audience Award and aired on POV. She also created Out At Work (HBO, w. Tami Gold), which was at Sundance and won a GLAAD Award. She chairs the Department of Film and Media Studies at Hunter College (CUNY).