Anne Makepeace has written, produced, and directed award-winning independent films over the course of three decades. Her new film, Tribal Justice will be broadcast nationally on PBS’ POV. Her previous documentary, We Still Live Here, about the return of the Wampanoag language, had its broadcast premiere on the PBS series Independent Lens and won the Full Frame Inspiration Award and the Moving MountainsAward at Telluride MountainFilm. Makepeace was able to complete the film with fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Other recent films by Anne Makepeace include: I. M. PEI: Building China Modern, broadcast on American Masters in 2010, and her Emmy nominated feature documentary Rain in a Dry Land, which chronicles the journey and resettlement of two Somali Bantu refugee families from Africa through their first two years in America. Makepeace won a National Prime Time Emmy for her American Masters/PBS documentary Robert Capa in Love and War, which premiered at Sundance in 2003. Coming to Light, her documentary about Edward S. Curtis, also premiered at Sundance, was short-listed for an Academy Award, broadcast on American Masters, and won many prizes.