Keepers of the Light Filmmakers
After receiving a Masters Degree in Film and Video Production from Stanford University, Liz returned to her native Martha’s Vineyard and co-founded Film-Truth Productions with her husband. She has directed, produced and edited films that have screened at festivals nation-wide. Her film Precipice was nominated for a Student Academy Award. She co-produced and directed A CERTAIN KIND OF BEAUTY, which was chosen as one of two American films to premiere in a strand on Global Health chaired by President Jimmy Carter at Silverdocs. Her work has appeared on online sites including The Huffington Post, Grammys.com, Boston Globe, New England Film, AOL Health and Apple's website. She was recently honored with the prestigious Humanitarian Service Award from the Alumni Council at Kenyon College.
Ken Wentworth co-founded Film-Truth Productions with his wife in 2003. He has worked on productions for ABC, PBS, NPR, the Nature Conservancy, Harvard University W.E.B. Dubois Research Institute, the Harvard University Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice, Stanford University, Stanford Business School, and for numerous other independent films. He won a People’s Voice award for his film Legacy of the Harp. His work has been profiled in publications and online sites including The Huffington Post, Grammys.com, Boston Globe, New England Film, AOL Health and Apple's website.