Nathan Fitch is a filmmaker and Assistant Professor at The New School. A member of the Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective, Nathan’s award winning films have been published by The New York Times Op Docs, TIME magazine, The New Yorker, PBS and NPR, to name a few. Nathan’s feature length directorial debut, Island Soldier, won a number of film festival awards, and was broadcast on PBS in 2018. Nathan holds an MFA from the Integrated Media Arts program at Hunter college, where he was the recipient of the James Aronson Award for Social Justice Journalism, and a Picture of the Year International award. Nathan's most recent project, Drawing Life, is a partly animated documentary about the legendary cartoonist George Booth, and was published by The New Yorker Magazine after screening at a number of film festival. Nathan is currently in production on Essential Islanders, a project exploring the impacts of the global pandemic upon a group of climate change migrants in Arkansas.