Katie Green is a Director/ Producer/ Cinematographer from London. She began working in documentaries in 2007 as one half of the writing team behind 'In Prison My Whole Life' (Sundance Film Festival, winner of Best Film Prize at Geneva Human Rights Film Festival). After co-producing a handful of social justice focused films in the U.K she moved stateside to co-direct her first feature doc 'The (Dead Mothers) Club' (HBO, Amazon) with Carlye Rubin. The pair then co-founded Smoke & Apple Films and went on to make 'The Family I Had' which premiered at Tribeca Film Festival and aired on Discovery ID; as well as '1275 Days'. Their work has been supported by The Jerome Foundation and they participated in the Points North Documentary Forum and the Camden/TFI Retreat. Currently in development on new projects.