Susan Muska and Gréta Ólafsdottir produced and directed the award winning documentary film, The Brandon Teena Story. Awards for The Brandon Teena Story include The Berlin International Film Festival’s Teddy for best documentary and the Siegel Säule Audience Award. The directors were nominated for an Emmy Award for Excellence in Investigative Journalism in The Brandon Teena Story.

Their other documentaries are: Through the Lens and Women, the Forgotten Face of War, which received a jury award for best documentary at the Astra International Documentary Festival and was a part of two year campaign by Amnesty International to stop violence against women. Their films have been broadcasted domestically and internationally.

Edie & Thea: A Very Long Engagement is their latest documentary - completed in June 2009. They are currently in production of America is Hard to Find: The Life and Times of the Berrigan Brothers, a documentary about Daniel and Philip Berrigan. Susan and Gréta are instructors at The Parsons School of Design. Gréta is a documentary and short-films consultant for the Icelandic Film Centre.

T. Charles Erickson