Good news! We expect The Long Shadow‘s producer, Jed Riffe, and filmmaker, Maureen Gosling, to speak at the January 16 and 19 screenings of The Long Shadow.
Gosling has been a documentary filmmaker for more than thirty years and is best known for her twenty-year collaboration with acclaimed independent filmmaker, Les Blank. Her work has often focused on on themes of people and their cultural values and the changing roles of men and women. Her films have been seen in countless film festivals around the world, on national public and cable television and on television around the world.
Riffe is an award-winning independent filmmaker and new media producer. He is best known as the director and producer of Ishi, the Last Yahi, the true story of the man known as the Last Wild Indian in North America.
Between them, Riffe and Gosling have been involved in numerous films screened by ADFS, including A New Color, Boys Will be Men, and The Way Home.