Jonathan Sahula

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15 Channel Center Street Studio 216, Boston, MA 02210 USA

EDUCATION

BA Cinema Studies                Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT                        1988

BROADCAST AND THEATRICAL RELEASE CREDITS

THE FABRIC OF THE COSMOS with BRIAN GREENE - NOVA/PBS        2009-2012

Senior Producer, Creative Director & Lead Editor, Four-hour mini-series.

Broadcast 2011

JUDGMENT DAY: INTELLIGENT DESIGN ON TRIAL - NOVA/PBS        2007

Editor & Animator, Two-hour documentary on the case of Kitzmiller v.

Dover Area School District.

Broadcast 2007

ENLIGHTEN UP - NAMA PRODUCTIONS Boston        2005-2007

Editor, Feature documentary on yoga in America.

Theatrical release 2008

NOVA ScienceNOW - NOVA/PBS        2004-2005

Segment Editor on Hurricane story and Program Editor for pilot episode.      

Broadcast 2005  

             

THEY MADE AMERICA - AMERICAN EXPERIENCE/PBS        2003-2004

Editor of hours 1 & 3 on series about American innovators.

Broadcast 2004

THE ELEGANT UNIVERSE - NOVA/PBS        2001-2003

Editor “Einstein’s Dream” and “String’s The Thing” episodes.

Graphics Supervisor for series.

Broadcast 2003 and again in 2011


THIS FAR BY FAITH - Blackside Inc. Boston/PBS        2000-2002

Editor “Freedom Faith”.

Broadcast 2003

FIREWOMEN - WGBH Boston        2001-2002

Produced, photographed & edited.

Broadcast 2002

                                                                                                       

HAIRDO - WGBH Boston        2001

Produced, photographed & edited.  Selected by New England

Film & Video Festival.

Broadcast 2001

BUILDING BIG with DAVID MACAULAY - NOVA/PBS        1999-2000

Editor, “Skyscrapers” episode.

Broadcast spring 2000

A KALAHARI FAMILY - Documentary Educational Resources        1993-2000

Editor, “A Far Country”.  Featured screenings at Margaret Mead Film

Festival, NYC & Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Premiere 2002

WATER FROM THE MOON - Independent short subject        2000

Director of Photography & Editor.   Screened at festivals internationally.

Premiere 2001

ZOOM - WGBH, Boston        1998-1999

Segment and Program Editor on pilot season.

Broadcast 1999

DEADLY SHADOW OF VESUVIUS - NOVA/PBS        1997-1998

Editor.

Broadcast 1999


LOVE OF JONES/LARS VEGAS - short subject        1997

Produced, photographed & edited.

FRANK STELLA: IMAGINARY PLACES        1996-1997

Editor. Screened as part of Stella exhibit at Walker Art Center,

Minneapolis, MN.

Premiere 1997

STAR MAPS - Flan de Coco Films, Los Angeles                                                1996

Assistant Director on feature film. Screened at Sundance Film Festival.

Bought and distributed by Fox Searchlight.

Premiere Sundance Film Festival 1997.  Theatrical release 1997.

ROY LICHTENSTEIN: ART OF THE GRAPHIC IMAGE - Tyler Graphics Ltd.        1994-1995

Editor. Screened as part of Lichtenstein retrospective at National Gallery

of Art, Washington DC.

Premiere 1995

AWARDS

THE FABRIC OF THE COSMOS with BRIAN GREENE

Series won Best Physical Sciences Program, 2012 Jackson Hole Science Media Awards

“The Illusion of Time” won a 2013 Writer’s Guild Award.

“Quantum Leap” won Best Writing, 2012 Jackson Hole Science Media Awards.

Emmy Nomination for Best Science and Technology Program 2012

JUDGMENT DAY: INTELLIGENT DESIGN ON TRIAL

Won Peabody Award 2008

Won AAAS’s 2008 Science Journalism Award to honor excellence in science reporting

THE ELEGANT UNIVERSE

Won Emmy for Outstanding Editing 2004

Series won Peabody Award 2003

Emmy Nomination for Outstanding Science, Technology and Nature Programming 2003


FIREWOMEN

Won New England Emmy for Outstanding Videography 2002

Selected for New England Film & Video Festival 2002

BUILDING BIG with DAVID MACAULAY

Series won Peabody Award 2000

LOVE OF JONES/LARS VEGAS

International Monitor Award for Best Editing 1998

REFERENCES

Paula Apsell                                                        Brian Greene

Senior Executive Producer, NOVA and                        Professor Mathematics &

NOVA ScienceNOW and Director                                Physics, Columbia University

WGBH Science Unit                                                910 Pupin, MC5210, Box 10

One Guest Street                                                538 West 120th Street

Boston, MA 02135                                                New York, NY 10027

(617) 300-4341                                                (212) 854-4347

psa@wgbh.org                                                greene@phys.columbia.edu

                                                                

Jeanine Basinger

Corwin-Fuller Professor of

Film Studies

Wesleyan Cinema Archives

301 Washington Terrace

Middletown, CT 06457

(860) 685-2220

jbasinger@wesleyan.edu

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