Joshua Seftel Filmmaker

Filmmaker Joshua Seftel received his first Emmy nomination at age 22 with the award-winning documentary film, "Lost and Found," about the plight of Romania’s 120,000 orphaned and abandoned children. His other films include "Taking on the Kennedys," chosen by Time Magazine as “one of the 10 best television programs of the year,” and the award-winning HBO film "Ennis’ Gift" produced with Bill Cosby in memory of Cosby’s son, Ennis. Seftel’s work has also appeared on the Peabody Award-winning public radio program and Showtime series This American Life. His feature film directorial debut came in 2008 with "War Inc.," a political satire starring John Cusack, Ben Kingsley and Marisa Tomei.