David Marshall is a multi Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker. His work as a producer, director and editor has taken him around the world many times in his 27-year career. He holds a B.S. in photography/film and a M.F.A. in animation. Dave’s documentary films reflect his interest in human rights and the power of contextualized history. His work has been shown on ABC, Discovery, Hallmark, PBS and in film festivals around the world. He received an Emmy for the 2003 documentary on the Great Lakes, Hitching a Ride. Autumn’s Harvest, a look at AIDS and America’s migrant farm population, aired on PBS and took honors at film festivals around the world. Dave is the recipient of twelve Emmy nominations and six Emmy awards. His films include Swimming With Lesbians, in distribution by Frameline. Songs of Freedom, broadcast on PBS and now in national distribution, honored with Emmy Awards for Best Director and Best Children’s Programming, Beginning with the End, premiered at SXSW and in distribution by Filmaker, and most reciently Confronting The Wall co-produced and written with Christine Christopher, now at festivals.