Nara Garber

Nara Garber

Nara Garber (A.B. Harvard College; MFA Columbia School of the Arts) is a Brooklyn-based filmmaker with an abiding belief in the power of moving images to increase understanding and enrich the human experience.

Specializing in intimate, verité storytelling, Nara's award-winning debut feature, Flat Daddy, enjoyed a two-year run in the UK on PBS America. Her cinematography credits include the HBO documentary Making the Crooked Straight and POV pick and Peabody Award winner Best Kept Secret.

Nara's collaboration with Mary Katzke and Affinityfilms began in 2001 and has explored topics ranging from indigenous issues to literacy to mental and physical health.

Job Title: 
Director of Photography
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