Award winning filmmaker Noah Berlow is a visual storyteller who straddles two worlds—the world of entertainment and the world of serious documentaries that educate, raise consciousness and help bring about change. Winner of the Outstanding Young Alumni Award at Ithaca College in 2014, Berlow has over 400 titles to his credit including directing, producing and editing feature length documentaries and narratives that have appeared on Netflix, BBC, VH1’s Palladia TV, and BET. Berlow is most proud of his films that educate, raise consciousness and help bring about social change. In March, 2019, his short film “if…” helped the Illumination Foundation in Orange County, CA, to raise $1M to help the homeless. In another outstanding success, working with HIVOS, Amnesty International, and the Guardian Newspaper, Berlow produced and edited a documentary feature on female genital mutilation (FMG) in Kurdistan entitled Our World: Dropping the Knife – Kurdistan. The film was picked up by BBC Arabic TV and broadcast to an estimated audience of 30 million viewers. The film successfully helped to outlaw FGM in Kurdistan. The first three years of Berlow’s career were spent working for Steven Spielberg’s Survivors of the SHOAH Visual History Foundation editing testimonies of Holocaust Survivors. One of his projects, RECOLLECTIONS won the BAFTA Award for Best Documentary in Secondary Education. Berlow currently resides in Los Angeles, CA, where he runs his film production company, Immortal Cinema International, LLC, and oversees his non-profit Veterans In Cinema Foundation.