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Jackson Kroopf is a filmmaker and educator from Los Angeles. He works in both fiction and non-fiction, but usually somewhere in between,  collaboratively centering the perspective and creativity of the people in front of the camera.  His short films have screened at the Clermont Ferrand International Short Film Festival, Frameline Film Festival, New Orleans Film Festival, BFI London Film Festival and been broadcast on PBS. Jackson received his BA in Imagined Alternatives from Vassar College and an MFA from University of California, Santa Cruz in Social Documentation. Recently he has made content for GoldLink, Vassar College, The Mellon Foundation, Sandwich Video, Leafly, Stitch Fix, SendGrid, NBC/Oxygen, Peace Works Travel and the Righteous Conversations Project.