Robert Kenner

Robert Kenner has been called a master of the documentary form and has won an array of awards for his entertaining and insightful documentary work over the past 30 years. Kenner’s most recent project is the five-part series THE CONFESSION KILLER, which examines notorious serial killer Henry Lee Lucas and what may be the greatest hoax in American criminal justice history. His previous project COMMAND AND CONTROL was short-listed for the 2017 Academy Award. His Academy Award nominated and Emmy-winning film FOOD, INC. had a monumental impact on how our food is regulated and is one of the highest grossing theatrical documentaries of all time. Kenner's rich body of work includes MERCHANTS OF DOUBT, Emmy Award-winning TWO DAYS IN OCTOBER, HBO's WHEN STRANGERS CLICK, and THE ROAD TO MEMPHIS for Martin Scorsese's series THE BLUES on which Kenner was co-filmmaker with Richard Pearce. Kenner has directed a number of specials for American Experience, HBO and National Geographic as well as award-winning commercials and short form docs for clients including eBay, Hallmark and Hewlett Packard.

Melissa Robledo

After receiving her Masters Degree in Documentary Film Production from Stanford University, Robledo began a long collaboration with director Robert Kenner. Robledo produced the techno-thriller COMMAND AND CONTROL (2016) which chronicles the intense efforts to prevent the explosion of a ballistic missile carrying the most powerful nuclear warhead ever built by the United States. Robledo produced MERCHANTS OF DOUBT (2014), which traces the proliferation of public relations tactics originally developed by the tobacco industry. Robledo co-produced the Academy Award® nominated and Emmy Award winning FOOD, INC. (2008). She has advised on and contributed to a variety of films for Participant Media, National Geographic, Discovery Channel and PBS.