is a multimedia producer based in Massachusetts. She works with a variety of educational and non-profit clients to spread knowledge and hope to diverse audiences. Beth is also an independent documentary filmmaker. She is co-founder of The Non-Fiction Cartel, a documentary film collaborative that creates, supports and awards outstanding non-fiction media making in New England. Beth is also the Director of shorts programming for the Salem Film Fest. SON OF FUKUSHIMA (currently in production) is her first feature documentary.She has worked on a number of feature documentaries as a cinematographer (THE PEACEMAKER, DAWNLAND, TO THE EDGE OF THE SKY, SECOND CHANCE KIDS, THE LIST, SON OF FUKUSHIMA) and has produced short films for the Salem Film Fest and as part of The Non-Fiction Cartel. She holds an MFA in Media Arts from Emerson College.
You can contact her here: bethbalaban (at) gmail.com