Kate S. Logan
Kate S. Logan directed and produced Kidnapped For Christ, which won the Audience Award for Best Feature Documentary at the 2014 Slamdance Film Festival and will air on Showtime in July 2014. Logan, who has a propensity for filming in gritty locations, is now gearing up to shoot her next feature documentary following Haitian distance runners as they train for Haiti’s first full-length marathon. She is also producing the upcoming documentary An Act of Love, on the Methodist minister Frank Schaefer, who was defrocked after officiating the wedding of his gay son.
Previously Kate worked on Showtime's controversial documentary on the infamous gangster rap mogul Suge Knight, directed by Antoine Fuqua, as well as the upcoming Independent Lens/PBS documentary Meet the Patels. She also worked with the independent distribution team that brought Simpson's actor Harry Shearer's film The Big Uneasy to theaters. Kate currently lives in Los Angeles next to loud neighbors who she tweets about.