Who We Are
Jim Cricchiis a Brooklyn-based documentary editor and filmmaker. Jim directed, photographed and edited the IDA-shortlisted and award-winning short documentary Los Lecheros (2017) and is in production on a feature documentary, A Stake in the Ground, that looks at the last decade of Wisconsin politics. He has edited documentaries (Bedlam [Sundance-2019], One Big Home), feature films (I Do and I Don't, Gasoline Rainbows), the Emmy-winning Vice on HBO, and short films for The Criterion Collection and The New York Times.
Susan Petersis a co-founder of Twelve Letter Films. She co-produced the IDA-shortlisted and award-winning short documentary Los Lecheros (2017) and is currently producing the feature documentary A Stake in the Ground. Susan has a long history in nonprofit management and development. She is the former president of ABANA, an association for finance professionals with interests in the Middle East and North Africa, and helped to found the Jordanian high school King’s Academy. She has lived and worked in Egypt, Jordan and Morocco and is now based in Brooklyn, NY.
Who Milks America’s Cows? (The Atlantic)
Documenting the Undocumented: Los Lecheros Explores the Fates of Wisconsin’s Immigrant Farm Workers (The Isthmus) Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, Twelve Letter Films win Regional Murrow Award for Film on Dairy Workers (Wisconsin Watch)
Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism and Twelve Letter Films Debut Documentary on Immigrant Dairy Worker Tension (Wisconsin Watch)