Yoav Potash is an award-winning filmmaker, writer, and social justice advocate. CRIME AFTER CRIME (www.CrimeAfterCrime.com), Yoav's first full length feature documentary, premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and was acquired by OWN, the Oprah Winfrey Network. The film follows two young attorneys as they wage a legal battle in an effort to free a survivor of sex trafficking from prison, 20 years after she pled guilty to murdering her abuser. CRIME AFTER CRIME has earned 25 honors including The National Board of Review's Freedom of Expression Award, five film festival audience awards, and the top two cash prizes for documentaries in the US -- the Grand Prize at the Heartland Film Festival and the San Francisco Film Festival's Golden Gate Award for Investigative Documentary Feature. The film was a Critics' Pick in The New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, and Denver Post, among other publications. Yoav and the film have been featured on The PBS News Hour, MSNBC's NewsNation, and numerous other TV and radio outlets. During the production of the film, Yoav worked with media agencies to advocate for the release of the film's subject, Deborah Peagler, from prison. Yoav's other recent work includes FOOD STAMPED (www.FoodStamped.com), a documentary he co-produced and co-directed on a shoestring budget with his wife Shira Potash. This informative and entertaining first-person film explores the challenge of eating healthy on a food stamp budget. The film won the Grand Jury Prize at the San Francisco Independent Film Festival, has been featured on CNN Money, and has found a wide audience across the US.