Ines Sommer is a filmmaker, programmer, and educator, who has directed character-driven documentaries alongside essay films and experimental projects. She is drawn to stories about humans and nature, politics, and history. Her directing credits include the MacArthur Foundation-supported grassroots democracy doc “Count Me In" and the award-winning “Seasons of Change on Henry's Farm,” about the impact of climate change on a Midwest family farm. Ines advocates for regional filmmakers and has long organized public programs, including film series, festivals, and conferences. Ines teaches at Northwestern University, where she serves as Associate Director of the MFA in Documentary Media program.
Sessions in which Ines Sommer attends
- 2018 State of the Documentary Field Study: Presentation of Findings Cinerama Dome - Theater
- 11:30 AM - 1:15 PM | 1 hour 45 minutes
- New 2018 Tax Code: Financing, Forming & Operating Your Film Documentary Production Company in 2018 and Beyond ArcLight Hollywood - Theater 8
- 9:45 AM - 11:15 AM | 1 hour 30 minutes