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Oliver Bokelberg is the filmmaker behind Shondaland’s first documentary, “Hot Chocolate Nutcracker.” Bokelberg has directed multiple episodes of television including “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Scandal.” He also served as “Scandal’s” cinematographer for all seven seasons, beginning with the pilot. Bokelberg studied at Tisch School of the Arts and was the Directing Producer of such films as "The Station Agent," "The Visitor" and "Win Win."
Shonda Rhimes is CEO of the global media company Shondaland. With a focus on innovation, Rhimes’ company approaches storytelling through brand partnerships, merchandise, and content for film, streaming, audio, digital and editorial. In her career, Rhimes’ work has been celebrated with numerous awards including induction into the Television Academy Hall of Fame. She has shifted the entertainment industry’s business model and changed the face of television.
Betsy Beers is a groundbreaking producer and the longtime producing partner of Shonda Rhimes. Under the Shondaland banner, they have developed and produced some of the most industry-leading series in television. Through Shondaland’s unprecedented exclusive deal with Netflix, Beers serves as executive producer on “Bridgerton,” one of the most watched series debut in Netflix history, “Dance Dreams: Hot Chocolate Nutcracker” following legendary choreographer Debbie Allen, “Inventing Anna” inspired by the story of Anna Delvey and most recently, “Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story” which debuted at No.1 on Netflix's English TV List and in the Top 10 in 91 countries. Next, Beers will serve as executive producer on the comedic murder mystery “The Residence” for the streamer.
In addition, she is executive producer of the award-winning series “Grey’s Anatomy” and, along with Rhimes, developed and produced the hit series “Private Practice,” “Scandal,” “How to Get Away with Murder,” “For the People,” and “Station 19” for Shondaland and ABC
Companion series to Netflix Bridgerton series.
The complexities behind the growing numbers of missing Black women and girls. Exploration of cases and interviews with women.