Dana Nachman is the co-founder of KTF Films. Dana’s first independent documentary, Witch Hunt, opened to sell-out crowds at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2008. The film was narrated and executive produced by two-time Oscar-winner Sean Penn and went on to win several film festival awards, including the Audience Award at Cinequest and the Grand Jury Prize at the Washington DC Independent Film Festival, before being purchased by MSNBC Films. Through a combination of national broadcasts on MSNBC, DVD sales and rentals through iTunes and Netflix, Witch Hunt has now been seen by more than 6 million people. Dana’s second feature-length documentary, Love Hate Love, had its World Premiere at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival this past April. The film received critical acclaim and was selected by the festival to participate in the Tribeca Youth Screening Series, where it was shown to hundreds of NYC public school students. The film was selected based on its educational relevance as well as its cinematic merits. Love Hate Love premiered on the Oprah Winfrey Network in March of 2012. Prior to directing independent documentary films, Dana spent 13 years producing, directing, and writing for television news. At the NBC affiliate in the San Francisco Bay Area, Dana won nearly every major award television news has to offer, including multiple Emmy awards, the Edward R. Murrow award, the Associated Press award and the Radio and Television News Director Association award. In addition to filmmaking, Dana keeps busy on the home front with two daughters and a son – all under six!