February 21: Filmmaker, Ted Green
Rotary Welcomes Filmmaker Ted Green
With 6 documentaries under his belt, filmmaker Ted Green will join Rotary to discuss challenges and opportunities that exist in telling visual stories that carry the lessons and legacy of such great subjects as John Wooden, Crispus Attucks and Eva Kor. Ted’s honors include nine regional Emmys, including two for Best Documentary and the 2016 Indianapolis Urban League’s Servant Leadership Legacy Award. The presentation will include clips from Attucks: The School that Opened a City and Green’s newest film, Eva, which features Hoosier and Holocaust survivor Eva Kor. Come with questions- a robust Q&A session is encouraged.
In 2010, Ted Green switched to filmmaking after 20 years as a newspaper journalist. Ted holds a BA from Princeton University and a Masters from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. He and his wife, Jenny, the sports editor at the Indianapolis Star, live with their twin daughters in Indianapolis.
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