Diana Holtzberg is Vice President of Films Transit International, a leading worldwide documentary film sales company with a catalogue of highly acclaimed films, many of which have won Grand Jury and Audience Awards at preeminent film festivals throughout the world as well as Emmys, Peabodys, duPonts, BAFTA’s, and Oscars. She has been working for Films Transit since 2001. Diana also executive produces and acts as creative producer / consultant on a select number of film projects each year. Examples: BERT STERN: ORIGINAL MADMAN, THE ART OF FAILURE - for which she won an Emmy Award in 2009 in the Outstanding Arts & Culture Programming category, GENIUS WITHIN: The Inner Life Of Glen Gould, END OF THE CENTURY: THE STORY OF THE RAMONES, IMAGINARY WITNESS: Hollywood and the Holocaust, THE DICTATOR HUNTER, HELD HOSTAGE IN COLOMBIA, PUCKER UP: The Fine Art of Whistling, LOVING AND CHEATING and STILL DOING IT: The Intimate Lives Of Women Over 65. Diana conducts film workshops throughout the world and has been on panels at the Sundance Film Festival, SXSW, IDFA, Sunnyside of the Doc, NYON, Guadalajara, Full Frame, Hot Docs, Galway Film Festival, and Encounters in South Africa. She is on the Documentary Committee at the Paley Center for Media. Diana began her career at SPIN Magazine and then worked at Inc. Magazine and Details Magazine before moving into film. During this time she produced groundbreaking TV specials for MTV (while at SPIN) and Fox Sports Network (while at DETAILS). She is the co-author of three widely read documentary industry articles: The Current State of the International Marketplace For Documentary Films (for the IFP), Feeling Festive: Strategies for Taking Your Film on the Festival Circuit, and Distribution To The Max (both for International Documentary Magazine). Diana wrote and edited numerous articles while a contributing writer and editor for the now defunct POWER Magazine, and is the credited ghostwriter of The Warrior Diet (Dragondoor, 2002). She received a Bachelor of Arts from George Washington University and a Certificate in Film from New York University.