Documentary Film about Personal Genome Project
Two-time Emmy award-winning documentary producer Marilyn Ness has been following around the Personal Genome Project (PGP) staff and volunteers for the past several years. I’m thrilled to announce that she has released the opening sequence and webisode #1 featuring George Church, founder and participant. More webisodes will be released in the coming weeks!
Webisode #1 featuring George Church:
You can read more about the documentary project by visiting Marilyn’s website:
Short bio for Marilyn Ness:
Marilyn Ness is a two-time Emmy Award-winning documentary producer with 14 years of experience. She founded Necessary Films in 2005, directing short films for non-profits including the ACLU and developing documentaries for television including Bad Blood and GENOME: The Future Is Now. Prior to that, Ness spent four years as a producer for director Ric Burns, collaborating on four award-winning PBS films: Ansel Adams; The Center of the World; Andy Warhol; and Eugene O’Neil. Ness’s other credits include films for The Learning Channel, Court TV, and National Geographic, as well as films for the PBS series American Experience and the theatrical feature The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg.