The Meerkat Media Collective is a democratically run cooperative production company and arts collective that produces films with an emphasis on narrative storytelling and visual craft. As a worker-cooperative, Meerkat Media values democracy, cooperation, and equity in what they do, and seeks to break down traditional power structures in the media industry.
Their independent work has been broadcast on HBO, PBS, CNN and screened at festivals worldwide, including Sundance, Tribeca, Full Frame, Hot Docs & Rotterdam. The collective has collaboratively directed two feature documentaries STAGES and BRASSLANDS and shot, edited and/or co-produced the feature docs UNTOUCHABLE (dir. David Feige) winner of the 2016 Tribeca directing award, ISLAND SOLDIER (dir. Nathan Fitch) which played at Hot Docs & Full Frame, STRAY DOG (dir. Debra Granik), NARCO CULTURA and TROPHY (dir. Shaul Schwarz) and most recently DARK MONEY (dir. Kimberly Reed) with premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.