Eli Gorn is a veteran television producer/director with more than 40 years experience, beginning his career at the CBC, Canada’s Public Broadcaster. As an independent producer, he has directed documentaries including: “Cubaball, The Lure and the Lore of Baseball in Cuba”; “Beat Street”, a film on buskers; “Push! To the Olympics”, a film about wheelchair athletics. He lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Bracha (Bee) Feldman is a practicing social worker in Montreal. She freelances as a researcher and writer for independent filmmakers. She produced the short “Utopic Strokes”, profiling ceramic artists. Bracha discovered Dropkin’s poetry while in college. With a deliberate intention to follow in a Jewish tradition known as Hemshekh, or continuity, she set out to make a film on this forgotten sex positive voice in Yiddishkayt.