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Producer/Director Nina Koocher has been involved in filmmaking for more than 25 years. She recently completed “Under the Boardwalk: A Ukulele Love Story,” a feature documentary about the biggest ukulele club in the world, the Ukulele Club of Santa Cruz, California. She will be blogging here about the Santa Cruz uke club and about the making of the film. Her website at ninakoocherfilms.com has more about her work and about the film.
Nina’s previous film, “How Much to Remember: One Family’s Conversation with History” is currently in educational distribution and was broadcast on many public television stations across the United States.
Nina’s previous work also includes the film, “Keeping the Faith,” an award winner at the San Francisco International Film Festival, the Sumner Redstone annual competition, and the Sinking Creek Film Festival.
Nina was cinematographer on “Ihr Zent Frei (You Are Free),” a short documentary nominated for an Academy Award. She worked as an archival researcher for the PBS documentary “Eyes on the Prize.”