Jeff Kanew has had a long and varied career in the motion picture business. He began as a trailermaker, creating trailers for over 500 films including The Graduate, Midnight Cowboy, Rocky, Cuckoo’s Nest, Annie Hall, Last Tango in Paris, All the President’s Men, and On Golden Pond. In 1971, he produced, directed, and edited Black Rodeo a feature length documentary featuring Woody Strode and Muhammad Ali. He began his dramatic directing career with Natural Enemies – a small, critically acclaimed drama starring Hal Holbrook and Academy Award winner Louise Fletcher – which Kanew also wrote and edited. He then was the Editor of Ordinary People, Robert Redford’s Academy Award winning directorial debut.