blair dorosh-walther identifies as gender non-conforming and uses both male and female pronouns, is a social issue documentary director, producer and artist with a passion for inspiring action for social justice through media. blair graduated with a BFA in Film from NYU’s Tish School of the Arts where dorosh-walther was awarded the Adam Balsano Award for social significance in documentary filmmaking. Out in the Night had its international premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival June 2014 and has since been in over 100 film festivals. It was awarded the Joyce Warshow Fund from Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice, a Special Jury Prize for Courage in Storytelling and Best Documentary – Audience Award from ImageOut Rochester, the Grand Jury Award and Audience Award at the Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, Favorite Documentary at ReelQ Pittsburgh International LGBT Film Festival, the Jury Award at the ARC Queer People of Color Film Festival, the Audience Award for Documentary Feature at the New Orleans Film Festival, the Audience Award and Jury Award for Best Documentary at Image-Nation Montreal LGBT Festival and the Audience Award from the Baltimore International Black Film Festival. Out In The Night also partnered with the United Nations’ Free and Equal Campaign to decriminalize homosexuality worldwide and kicked off the 2015-2016 season of POV on June 22nd with an unprecedented simultaneous broadcast on the Logo Network.