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Aaron Woolf

Aaron Woolf is the director and producer of the critically acclaimed film, King Corn. He received a master's in film at the University of Iowa, but got the bulk of his education working in the field in Lima, Mexico City, Los Angeles and New York. In 2000, Woolf directed Greener Grass: Cuba, Baseball, and the United States, a WNET-ITVS co-production that received a Rockie Award and aired nationally on PBS. In 2003, he directed Dying to Leave: The Global Face of Human Trafficking and Smuggling, which won an Australian Logie Award and a Rockie nomination, aired on the PBS series Wide Angle, and was presented at the State Department and the United Nations. Woolf's films have also been broadcast on the Sundance Channel, ARTE, RAI and SBS, and he has presented work at numerous institutions including Stanford University, UCLA and the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard. He is the founder of Mosaic Films Incorporated and an avid mountaineer. (2009)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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