Apograph Productions is a documentary production company based in Brooklyn, New York. Since our founding in 2008, Apograph has won a duPont-Columbia Award, a Writers' Guild of America Award, a Western Heritage Award, a Western Writers of America Award, an IDA Award for Best Documentary, along with several Emmy nominations.
Nazenet Habtezghi is a journalist-turned-filmmaker who has contributed to numerous highly acclaimed documentaries for PBS, HBO and Netflix. Prior to working in documentary film, she launched Essence Magazine’s video platform with an interactive web series and executive produced a subsequent TV One special. Based in Brooklyn, she received her B.A. in Journalism from the University of Oklahoma.
Writer - Producer
Writer - Producer
Rob’s recent biography of singer and civil rights icon Marian Anderson was described by the Wall Street Journal as “a moving tribute to a remarkable figure” and by the New York Times as “an insightful documentary...explores the roiling social, racial and political currents that affected Anderson's life and career.” Rob recently won a duPont-Columbia Award for Reconstruction: America After the Civil War, hosted by Henry Louis Gates Jr. He has received three Emmy nominations, a Writer’s Guild Award and two nominations, an IDA Award, a Western Heritage Award, a Western Writers of America Award, and a CINE Special Jury Award.
Steven J. Golliday
Steven is a documentary film editor based in Brooklyn, New York. As an editor, he is driven by a passion for collaborative storytelling and a belief in the power of documentary to add depth and nuance to public conversation. Mr. Golliday’s body of work, which spans vérité and historical-archival styles, has garnered an Emmy Award and festival premieres, including the Sundance Film Festival and DOCNYC.
Emily is a documentary filmmaker from Orangeburg, South Carolina. Her films have screened at such festivals as the Tribeca Film Festival, the Melbourne International Film Festival, DOC NYC and the Telluride Film Festival. She is part of DOC NYC’s 2021 40 under 40 list. Most recently, she produced and directed the documentary short, Meltdown In Dixie, which won the Academy Award qualifying Best Short Award at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival in 2021. Harrold produced Apograph’s Voice of Freedom documentary about singer Marian Anderson for PBS’s American Experience series. Harrold is also part of the team behind Discovery's Tigerland (Sundance 2019) and National Geographic's Ron Howard-directed Rebuilding Paradise (Sundance 2020). Harrold is a member of Film Fatales and the Documentary Producers Alliance. She is a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.