EMMY® nominated filmmaker, Barbara Attie is a recipient of the Pew Fellowship in the Arts. Attie studied architecture and worked as a medical photographer before earning an MFA in film and media arts from Temple University in 1996. Barbara Attie also produced and directed: "Daring to Resist" (with Martha Lubell), about three teenage girls in the anti-Nazi resistance, narrated by Janeane Garofalo. Broadcast nationally on PBS in 2000 and distributed by Women Make Movies. "Rufus Jones: a Luminous Life" (with Sharon Mullally, 2001), a profile of a leading Quaker who co- founded the American Friends Service Committee. "Skin and Ink" (with Maureen Wellner and Nora Monroe, 1989), an exploration of the tattoo culture.