Award-winning directing duo Ricki + Annie are known for creating deft, cinematic journeys through unexpected territory that center on unforgettable people and their most human experiences. They work in many realms of both entertainment and advertising, including the Epicuriousity shortform food and travel series, branded content for Kenneth Cole, and Sundance. Their ad campaign for Brawny break downs stereotypes and promote the reality that #StrengthHasNoGender and was featured in articles on Fast Company, Adweek, Bustle and more. Among their high-profile broadcast projects are a television series for Vogue (The Fashion Fund – Ovation Network), Bachelors Abroad (National Geographic) and Secret Access: UFOs on the Record (History Channel). Their critically acclaimed feature doc, Joan Rivers – A Piece of Work, was hailed by the New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, and Larry King as one of the best documentaries of 2010. They are also the directing team behind the documentary features The Devil Came On Horseback (Emmy Nominated), The Trials of Darryl Hunt (Oscar shortlist), In My Father’s House, and the noted sports docs Knuckleball and Let Them Wear Towels. ricki + annie’s upcoming documentary Marathon: The Patriots Day Bombing recounts the terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon and is set to premiere on HBO this November 2016.