Storm Lake Untitled
Levison is an Emmy and Peabody-winning producer based in N.Y.C. Her most recent film, "Personal Statement" (dir. Juliane Dressner), about three seniors who fill the college guidance gap in their high schools, was the opening night film of AFI DOCS and aired on national PBS (2018). "32 Pills: My Sister’s Suicide" (dir. Hope Litoff), an intimate exploration of mental illness and grief, premiered at Hot Docs and was broadcast on HBO (2017). Previous projects include "The Trials of Spring" (dir. Gini Reticker), about women human rights activists in the Middle East, and her independent directorial/producing debut "Lemon." Levison’s consulting credits include "Cooked: Survival by Zip Code" (2018), "In the Land of Pomegranates" (2017), and "Marina Abramovic: The Artist is Present" (2012). She is faculty with the School of Visual Arts M.F.A. program in Social Documentary Film, the founder of Hazel Pictures, and a co-founder of the Documentary Producers Alliance (DPA).