Mariel Carr (née Waloff) is a Philadelphia-based documentary filmmaker, podcast and multimedia producer. She directed and produced the award-winning documentary film, A Confused War, about how one Bay Area city drastically cut its gun violence through unorthodox—and surprisingly successful—means: forging a new model of community policing and paying shooters to stop shooting.
Her films have screened at festivals throughout the United States and the United Kingdom. Her work has been published by Al Jazeera, Grist.org, and High Country News. Her radio stories have aired on WBUR’s Here & Now, WHYY’s The Pulse, 91.7 FM KALW, and other public radio stations throughout the United States.
She currently produces documentary films and videos and the award-winning history of science podcast, Distillationsat the Science History Institute in Philadelphia. She is also a producer for When We Fight, We Win! a new podcast about the people at the heart of today’s leading social movements.
Contact Mariel at marielantoniacarr [at] gmail [dot] com.