Michael Dweck is an award-winning filmmaker and visual artist known for his narrative photographic and film projects. His work depicts the beauty and intricacy of human life, while exploring on-going struggles between identity and adaptation within endangered societal enclaves.
Gregory Kershaw is a documentary and narrative filmmaker whose work explores the complexity of humans confronting an ever-changing world and is recognized for its atmospheric and visually-driven approach.
Together, Michael and Gregory shot, directed and produced THE TRUFFLE HUNTERS, which premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, then went on to be selected for over 45 international festivals including Cannes, Telluride, New York, Zurich, Toronto, and San Sebastian. The film won the Directors Guild of America award and The American Society of Cinematographers awards for Best Documentary, was shortlisted for the 2021 Oscars and BAFTAs and was nominated for several prestigious industry awards including, Producers Guild of America, London Critics Circle, Cinema Eye, Critics Choice, and the National Board of Review. His directorial debut, the feature documentary, THE LAST RACE, premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. Dweck is a Sundance Institute Catalyst Forum fellow, and Sundance Music and Sound Design Lab fellow. The two filmmakers previously collaborated on THE LAST RACE, a feature film documentary which premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.