Flavorpill called documentary filmmaker and multi-platform producer Liz Nord a "fierce, youthful visionary." She is currently producing the transmedia documentary Jerusalem Unfiltered, which includes online and live components as well as the feature film Battle for Jerusalem. Her first film was Jericho's Echo: Punk Rock In The Holy Land, a critically acclaimed documentary about rebellious young Israeli musicians. Liz is also the Editor-in-Chief and Lead Producer at the filmmaking website NoFilmSchool.com.
In her multi-platform work, Liz partnered with transmedia pioneer Lance Weiler as director of Lyka's Adventure Labs, experiential science and tech workshops for elementary students. She has produced and shown work around the world, including shooting a short documentary on-location in Haiti for musician Wyclef Jean's
NGO, and running MTV's Street Team ’08: an Emmy Award-winning project wherein 51 state-based citizen journalists covered the 2008 presidential elections, contributing to the most influential youth vote in U.S. history. She has also spoken and written extensively, notably as a TED speaker at TEDxDumbo, as a multiple-time SXSW presenter, and as a writer for PBS's POV blog.