MICHEL NEGROPONTE is an award winning filmmaker who has been making feature length documentaries for more than 35 years. His films include Space Coast (1979), Resident Exile (1981), Silver Valley (1984), Jupiter's Wife (1994), No Accident (1996), W.I.S.O.R. (2000), Methadonia (2005), I'm Dangerous with Love (2009) and An Autobiography of Michelle Maren (2015). Jupiter's Wife, a portrait of a beguiling homeless woman named Maggie, won a Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival and the prize for Best Feature Documentary at the Vancouver and the Santa Barbara Film Festivals. The film was also awarded an Emmy for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Documentary. It premiered on HBO/Cinemax before getting a nationwide 35mm theatrical release. His other films have been broadcast in the United States on PBS, HBO, and the Sundance Channel as well as in England, France, Germany, Spain and Japan.  His work has been shown at the Sundance Film Festival, The New York Film Festival, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York City and in festivals in Berlin, Rotterdam, Vancouver, and Japan. In addition to his own work, he has worked in a producing capacity on many films, among them the Academy Award-nominated Children Underground by Edet Belzberg, Manhattan, Kansas by Tara Wray, and Orthodox Stance, by Jason Hutt.  Michel Negroponte has also taught in the graduate and undergraduate film programs at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, Temple University, and the School of Visual Arts in New York City.