GAYLEN ROSS Director, Writer, Producer of documentary films for over 25 years, premiering in national and international film festivals. She has had two films previously in the Berlin International Film Festival: the Emmy award-winning "Blood Money: Switzerland’s Nazi Gold, " a feature-length documentary on the Swiss Banks and the Holocaust accounts, and the film she directed on diamond dealers" Dealers Among Dealers" aired on PBS’ P.O.V and is considered the only inside look into this very cloistered world. Among her films she directed, "Killing Kasztner: The Jew Who Dealt With Nazis," was an official selection of the Toronto International Film Festival, broadcast BBC Storyville, shown in 11 countries and has enjoyed an unprecedented theatrical release in the US, Israel and France. It was named by the LA Times as one of the best documentary films of 2010. And as director, her film "Caris' Peace" about an actress who lost her memory premiered at the Hamptons International Film Festival, won first place Athens Film Festival, Ohio; and presented as the featured film for the Rubin Museum of Art’s Brainwave series in New York. Most recently she co-directed with Andy Cohen two documentaries about China, "Beijing Spring," and "Ximei," also Executive Produced by Ai Weiwei, and in development on a documentary about the iconic Greenwich Village club, the Village Gate.