Levine is an Emmy award-winning filmmaker and two-time Sundance Institute fellow whose work has been screened in dozens of film festivals around the world, broadcast nationally in six countries, and recognized with several awards for production, reporting, and human rights. He produced/edited GOOD FORTUNE, a feature documentary about how efforts to aid Africa may be undermining the very communities they aim to serve. The film was awarded the Witness Award for Human Rights at its 2009 Silverdocs Film Festival premiere, the 2010 Overseas Press Club Carl Spielvogel Award for international reporting, and a 2007 grant from the Sundance Institute. GOOD FORTUNE was broadcast on the award-winning PBS series, POV, where it won a 2010 Emmy. He directed/produced/edited WALKING THE LINE, a feature documentary about vigilantes along the U.S.-Mexico border and worked as an editor on EVERYTHING’S COOL, a feature on global warming that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. He has also field produced for National Geographic and produced segments for PBS NEWSHOUR. He launched Transient Pictures with Landon Van Soest in the fall of 2005, which has produced a wide range of original content for clients like the Lincoln Center, Ben & Jerry’s, and the Sundance Channel. He lives in Brooklyn, NY and co-founded the Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective, a non-profit organization that provides support to independent filmmakers in New York City. Levine received a degree in Documentary Production from the Park School of Communications at Ithaca College, where his work was nominated for a Student Academy Award. He is currently working with BFCer's Nicholas Weissman and Landon Van Soest on the feature documentary SCHOOL OF LAST RESORT, a meditation on the criminilazation of youth in north St. Louis through the eyes of a 16-year old girl.